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New Mexico Treasures

2019 Engagement Calendar

Doug Svetnicka, Editor

Trim: 8" x 8"

Pages: 118

Illustrations: 57 color photographs

Photography

New Mexico

© 2018

This best-selling desk calendar is the perfect gift for everyone who loves New Mexico. The calendar features the work of more than thirty of New Mexico’s best-known photographers, creating a handy datebook of beautiful full-color images as they capture the variety and diversity of New Mexico, its landscapes, people, and experiences. The week-at-a-glance format provides space for appointments or notes on the right-hand side for each day of the week, accompanied by a list of special events taking place around the state.

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New Mexico Treasures

2020 Engagement Calendar

Doug Svetnicka, Editor

Trim: 8" x 8"

Pages: 120

Illustrations: 58 color photographs

Photography

New Mexico

© 2019

This best-selling desk calendar features spectacular photography of New Mexico by thirty photographers and provides dates of key cultural events and attractions year-round. The selection is a compilation showcasing New Mexico’s beautiful scenery, cultural diversity, and attractions.

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This best-selling desk calendar is the perfect gift for everyone who loves New Mexico. Photographs by more than thirty of the region's best photographers showcase the beauty and diversity of New Mexico: the people, the landscapes, the experiences. The week-at-a-glance format provides open space for appointments or notes. Dates of year-round happenings held throughout the state—more than one hundred trip-worthy events—makes this calendar a useful travel guide.

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New Mexico's Living Landscapes

A Roadside View

William W. Dunmire, Author
Christine Bauman, Photographer

Trim: 11" x 8.5"

Pages: 136

Illustrations: 139 color photographs

Folklore/Folk Arts

Nature

Guide

© 2012

This colorful book explains the natural elements of the six eco-regions of New Mexico and directs travelers to some of their more interesting features.

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Hardcover $34.95

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New Mexico’s Palace of the Governors

Highlights from the Collections

Daniel Kosharek, Editor
Alicia Romero, Editor

Trim: 10.5" x 7.75"

Pages: 212

Illustrations: 200 color and black-and-white photographs

New Mexico History

Collections

© 2019

This beautiful book is the first to present selections from the Palace of the Governors’ vast museum collections including Spanish Colonial paintings, classic photography to contemporary prints, eighteenth-century retablos and bultos, turn-of-the-century clothing, and rare books and maps that tell the complex history of Santa Fe, New Mexico, and the region.

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New Mexico's Palace of the Governors

History of an American Treasure

Emily Abbink, Author

Trim: 8.25" x 9"

Pages: 124

Illustrations: 80+ photos and illustrations

Folklore/Folk Arts

History

© 2007

This lively pictorial drama for all ages sets the Palace as the historical stage upon which the major events of four hundred years are played out.

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Niño Fidencio

A Heart Thrown Open

Dore Gardner, Author

Trim: 9" x 9.5"

Pages: 136

Illustrations: 45 duotones

Folklore/Folk Arts

Medicine

History

© 1999

Photographs document the contemporary followers of the famed Mexican folk healer who died in 1938, and the pilgrimages that continue in his name.

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Nihancan's Feast of Beaver

Animal Tales of the North American Indians

Edward Lavitt, Author
Robert E. McDowell, Author

Trim: 9" x 9"

Pages: 120

Illustrations: line drawings

American Indians

Folklore

© 1990

A collection of animal myths from thirty-six American Indian tribes.

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No Idle Hands

The Myths & Meanings of Tramp Art

Laura M. Addison, Editor & Contributor

Trim: 11" x 9.75"

Pages: 264

Illustrations: 141 color plates, 41 figures

Folk Art

Art History

Wood Carving

© 2017

Tramp art describes a particular type of wood carving practiced in the United States and Europe between the 1880s and 1940s in which discarded cigar boxes and fruit crates were notched and layered to make a variety of domestic objects. These were primarily boxes and frames in addition to small private altars, crosses, wall pockets, clock cases, plant stands, and even furniture. Whittling objects such as chains and ball-in-cage whimsies was a common hobby—including among rail-riding “hobos”—and for many years “tramp art” was believed to have been made by these itinerants as well. Although this notion has been widely dispelled, the name has stuck. In recent years efforts have been made to identify makers by name and reveal their stories. While some examples of tramp art may be attributed to itinerants, this carving style was more commonly a practice of working-class men creating functional objects for their households.

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No More Bullies!/¡No Más Bullies!

Owl in a Straw Hat 2

Rudolfo Anaya, Author
El Moisés , Illustrator
Enrique R. Lamadrid, Spanish Translator

Trim: 8.5" x 11"

Pages: 36

Illustrations: 12 color illustrations

Children's Fiction

Bilingual

© 2019

The adventures and lessons continue in this second book featuring Ollie Tecolote—the Owl in a Straw Hat. Chicano storyteller Rudolfo Anaya tackles the subject of school bullying in this magical fairy tale presented in English and Spanish, side-by-side.

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