New in Southwest
The Southwest Collection is an advanced reference resource and service for librarians, government agencies, and the public seeking historical information about New Mexico and its environs. Periodically, we publish a list of the newest titles in the Southwest Collection. You can find that list here.
New in Southwest November 2013
*indicates circulating copy available
Southwestern History and Culture
109 East Palace Avenue: A Microcosm of Santa Fe’s Four Hundred Year History, John Ruminer.
Addressing New Mexico’s Jobs Crisis, Think New Mexico; written by Fred Nathan and Kristina G. Fisher.
*The Art & Legacy of Bernardo Miera y Pacheco: New Spain’s Explorer, Cartographer, and Artist, edited by Josef Díaz.
The Big One: The True Story of an Epic Search to Find a Missing Small Plane Lost for Years, Bruce Gallaher.
*Clyde Tingley’s New Deal for New Mexico, 1935-1938, Lucinda Lucero Sachs.
The Colorado Plateau II: Biophysical, Socioeconomic, and Cultural Research, edited by Charles van Riper and David J. Mattson.
Cross Country Skiing in the Jemez Mountains, by Jim Burns.
Cross Country Skiing in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, by Jim Burns.
David’s Story: A Casualty of Vietnam, Victor Westphall.
*Dream West: Politics and Religion in Cowboy Movies, Douglas Brode.
*Edmund G. Ross: Soldier, Senator, Abolitionist, Richard A. Ruddy.
*Gang Life in Two Cities: An Insider’s Journey, Robert J. Durán.
Gem Trails of Arizona, by James R. Mitchell.
Hotel Mariachi: Urban Space and Cultural Heritage in Los Angeles, essays by Catherine L. Kurland and Enrique R. Lamadrid; photographs by Miguel A. Gandert.
*I Fought a Good Fight: A History of the Lipan Apaches, Sherry Robinson.
*Imagic Moments: Indigenous North American Film, Lee Schweninger.
In the Presence of Buffalo: Working to Stop the Yellowstone Slaughter, Daniel Brister.
*Native American DNA; Tribal Belonging and the False Promise of Genetic Science, Kim Tallbear.
Native American Placenames of the Southwest: A Handbook for Travelers, William Bright.
*New Mexico Cuisine: Recipes from the Land of Enchantment, Clyde Casey.
Quiet Pride: Ageless Wisdom of the American West, Robert Alan Clayton.
*Red or Green: New Mexico Cuisine, Clyde Casey.
The Red River in Southwestern History, by Carl Newton Tyson.
Riders of the West: Portraits from Indian Rodeo, text by Peter Iverson; photographs by Linda MacCannell.
*Sagrado: A Photopoetics Across the Chicano Homeland, narrative Spencer R. Herrera; photography, Robert Kaiser; poetry, Levi Romero.
*Scapegoat of Shiloh: The Distortion of Lew Wallace’s Record by U.S. Grant, Kevin Getchell.
*Shaping the New World: African Slavery in the Americas, 1500-1888, Eric Nellis.
The Sizzling Southwestern Cookbook: Hot & Zesty, Light & Healthy Chile Cuisine, Lynn Nusom.
Stewards of a Vision: A History of King Ranch, by Jay Nixon.
Storm Over Rangelands: Private Rights in Federal Lands, Wayne Hage.
The Story of Shidoni: Pouring Bronze since 1971, by Karen Avila.
*Taos: A Topical History, Taos County Historical Society; Julia Moore, editor.
Texas Labor History, edited by Bruce A. Glasrud and James C. Maroney.
*Unsolved: New Mexico’s American Valley Ranch Murders & Other Mysteries, Don Bullis.
Walking Trails Guide 2009: Get Up and Get Moving! Santa Fe Prescription Trails program.
The Whole Chile Pepper Book, Dave DeWitt and Nancy Gerlach.
*Wyatt Earp: A Vigilante Life, Andrew C. Isenberg.
Southwestern Fiction and Literature
*2 Prospectors: The Letters of Sam Shepard & Johnny Dark, edited by Chad Hammett.
The Dance House: Stories from Rosebud, by Joseph Marshall III.
Inside Dazzling Mountains: Southwest Native Verbal Arts, edited by David L. Kozak.
Plant Them Deep, Aimée & David Thurlo.
The Pot Thief Who Studied Billy the Kid, J. Michael Orenduff.
*Spider Woman’s Daughter, Anne Hillerman.