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Santa Fe Originals

Eighty Portraits

Athi-Mara Magadi, Author

Trim: 11.75" x 9.5"

Pages: 144

Illustrations: 89 duotones

Photography

Women / Gender Studies

New Mexico

© 2003

Santa Fe Originals represents a photographic Who's Who of contemporary Santa Fe women.

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Secrets of Casas Grandes

Precolumbian Art & Archaeology of Northern Mexico

Melissa S. Powell, Editor

Trim: 10" x 9"

Pages: 144

Illustrations: 116 color and 3 black-and-white illustrations, 2 maps

Anthropology/Archaeology

Folklore/Folk Arts

© 2007

Secrets of Casas Grandes explores the acclaimed ceramic traditions of the largest pre-Columbian civilization in northern Mexico.

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Shared Images

The Innovative Jewelry of Yazzie Johnson & Gail Bird

Diana F. Pardue, Author

Trim: 11" x 9"

Pages: 184

Illustrations: 203 color and 41 black-and-white illustrations

Folklore/Folk Arts

American Indians (I)

Art

© 2007

A retrospective of their careers in jewelry, spanning the early 1970s to the present.

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Sole Mates

Cowboy Boots and Art

Joseph Traugott, Author

Trim: 9" x 10"

Pages: 124

Illustrations: 96 color and 70 black-and-white photographs

Art

American West/Southwest

© 2010

Cowboy boots are examined as markers of western life, as works of art, and subjects of works of art.

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This posthumously published bilingual novel by Jim Sagel (1947–1998), whose unique genre of writing about Nuevomexicano culture and mastery of New Mexican Spanish was dubbed “Chicanesque,” reenacts the traditional Christmas play, Los pastores, as the backdrop for a parallel story set in the fictional New Mexican village of San Buenaventura. Ultimately, Sagel spins a tale intended to make us laugh even as we cry—much as life does. San Buenaventura’s people suffer brutal blows that sometimes (or often) knock them senseless, struggling to regain their footing, and seeing stars. They do so even as they live under a guiding star.

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SoQ

Contemporary Art in Southern New Mexico

Betty Gold, Essayist

Trim: 11" x 9"

Pages: 136

Illustrations: 64 color plates, black-and-white illustrations

Art

New Mexico

© 2004

SoQ presents the work of sixty-four New Mexico artists living and working in towns and villages south of the state's main urban areas.

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Southwest Flavor

Adela Amador's Tales from the Kitchen

Adela Amador, Author
New Mexico Magazine, Author

Trim: 9" x 6"

Pages: 128

Illustrations: color illustrations

Cookbook

Southwest

History

This keepsake New Mexico cookbook takes its name from Adela Amador's much-loved column in New Mexico Magazine. Adela's recollections of meals prepared for family and friends over the years, many for New Mexico holidays, are accompanied by dozens of recipes. The volume is organized seasonally and includes charming illustrations and a glossary of Spanish names and terms.

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Southwestern Landscaping with Native Plants

Judith Phillips, Author

Trim: 11" x 8.5"

Pages: 160

Illustrations: 58 color photographs, 51 black-and-white photographs, charts, line drawings, index

Guide

Garden

Southwest

© 2002

The inspiration for tens of thousands of gardeners facing the challenging winds, soils, and droughts of low- and high-desert gardens.

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Spider Woman's Gift

Nineteenth-Century Diné Textiles

Shelby J. Tisdale, Author

Trim: 10.5" x 8.5"

Pages: 96

Illustrations: 65 color plates

Folklore/Folk Arts

American Indians (I)

Art

© 2011

In Diné oral history, Spider Rock at Canyon de Chelly is the sacred place where Spider Woman makes her home. Her gift of weaving has provided the Diné with a constant means of sustenance.

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Spirit Ascendant

The Art and Life of Patrocino Barela

Edward Gonzales, Author
David L. Witt, Author

Trim: 12" x 9"

Pages: 139

Illustrations: 70 black-and-white illustrations

Religion

New Mexico

Art

© 1996

Barela, a santero, is recognized by New Mexico's contemporary Hispanic artists as a major source of inspiration.

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