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Indian Basketmakers of California and the Great Basin

The Art and Fine Tradition

Larry Dalrymple, Author

Trim: 11.5" x 9"

Pages: 88

Illustrations: 45 color images, 45 black-and-white photographs, 10 line drawings, map

Folklore/Folk Arts

Culture

Tradition

© 2000

Contemporary American Indian basketry in California and the Great Basin have been undergoing a significant revival over the past fifteen years.

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Indian Basketmakers of the Southwest

The Living Art and Fine Tradition

Larry Dalrymple, Author

Trim: 11.5" x 9"

Pages: 156

Illustrations: 4 color images, 96 black-and-white photographs, 15 line drawings, map

Folklore/Folk Arts

Culture

Tradition

© 2000

This book offers penetrating views of the richness of the basketmaking tradition of southwestern tribes, the current revival of the art, and the beauty of the baskets themselves.

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Indian Country

The Art of David Bradley

Valerie Verzuh, Editor
Suzan Shown Harjo, Foreword

Trim: 11" x 11"

Pages: 144

Illustrations: 75 color plates

American Indian

Political

Art

"My paintings are socio-political statements. Because of their history and their current problems, Indian people are political by definition. I perceive myself both as an artist and an Indian rights activist, inviting collectors and art lovers to reconsider history and contemporary society."- David Bradley

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J. Paul Taylor

The Man from Mesilla

Ana Pacheco, Author

Trim: 9" x 6"

Pages: 128

Illustrations: 12 color and 55 black-and-white photographs

Biography

New Mexico

© 2012

A biography of one of New Mexico's most distinguished citizens as it recounts the life of the legislator, educator, community leader, and arts patron.

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The volume, printed for 6 cents a copy, included twenty- three songs and constituted the first time a book devoted exclusively to cowboy songs had been published. Thorp gets the credit for being the first person to show serious interest in collecting and preserving these ballads penned by cowpunchers to calm cattle on the range.

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Jerry West

The Alchemy of Memory

Jerry West, author
Rebecca Solnit, Essays
MaLin Wilson-Powell, Essays
Joseph Traugott, Author

Trim: 10" x 12"

Pages: 192

Illustrations: 104 color plates and 18 illustrations

New Mexico

Art

This publication is a long-awaited and richly deserved retrospective of one of Santa Fe and New Mexico's most prominent artists. Dreams, memory, prairie, the night sky; demons, family, history; remoteness and the grandeur of the vast windmills, coyotes and low-flying ravens; childhood, manhood, a tiny white kite and an advancing storm; vulnerability and masculinity; the strong, saturated colors of a figurative artist of the subconscious nestled in personal history with his New Mexico roots intact.

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Jewish Pioneers of New Mexico

Tomas Jaehn, Editor

Trim: 12" x 9"

Pages: 112

Illustrations: 150 black-and-white photographs

Folklore/Folk Arts

New Mexico

Jewish Studies

© 2004

This book highlights the drama that unfolded for young nineteenth century European Jewish immigrants who built on their cultural and social relationships to become successful citizens.

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Jim Peyton's New Cooking from Old Mexico

Jim Peyton, Author

Trim: 9" x 8"

Pages: 250

Illustrations: 25 color photographs

Recipes

History

Mexico

© 1999

A richly illustrated history of Mexican cooking that traces its development over the last 500 years, with recipes representing the finest in contemporary Mexican cooking.

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Kachinas

A Hopi Artists Documentary

Clifford Bahnmiptewa, painter
Barton Wright, text
Ann Marshall, Foreward

Trim: 8" x 11"

Pages: 276

Illustrations: 238

Kachinas

Hopi

The 237 Kachina paintings beautifully and descriptively rendered by Hopi artist Clifford Bahnimptewa (1938-1984) are part of the permanent collection of the Heard Museum (Phoenix). Born at the Hopi village of Old Oraibi on Third Mesa and a member of the Parro Clan, Bahnmiptewa learned to carve Katsina figures from his grandfather and his involvement in ceremonies helped the artist depict the figures in ceremonial motion.

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Latin American Posters

Public Aesthetics and Mass Politics

Russ Davidson, Editor

Trim: 12" x 9"

Pages: 188

Illustrations: 142 color plates

Art

Latin American Studies

Political Science

© 2006

More than 100 political posters from 1960-1990 help document the sociopolitical history of Latin America during a period of intense radicalism and upheaval.

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