New in Southwest June 2012
Southwestern History & Culture
Black America: A State-by-State Historical Encyclopedia, [2 vols.], Alton Hornsby, Jr., editor.
*Chaco Canyon, R. Gwinn Vivian and Margaret Anderson.
*Desert Terroir: Exploring the Unique Flavors and Sundry Places of the Borderlands, Gary Paul Nabhan.
Eat, Drink, Santa Fe: The City’s 50 Best Restaurants: An Insider’s Guide, Michelle Pentz Glave.
The Future of Indian and Federal Reserved Water Rights, edited by Barbara Cosens and Judith V. Royster.
The Gift of Spiderwoman: Southwestern Textiles: The Navajo Tradition, by Joe Ben Wheat; photographs by Eric Mitchell.
*J. Paul Taylor: The Man from Mesilla, by Ana Pacheco.
Juan Domínguez de Mendoza: Soldier and Frontiersman of the Spanish Southwest, 1627-1693, edited by France v. Scholes, Marc Simmons, and José Antonio Esquibel; translated by Eleanor B. Adams.
Lizards on the Mantel, Burros at the Door: A Big Bend Memoir, Etta Koch with June Cooper Price.
New Mexico Art Through Time: Prehistory to the Present, Joseph Traugott.
New Mexico on My Mind: The Best of New Mexico in Words and Photographs, Falcon Press.
Photographing the Mexican Revolution: Commitments, Testimonies, Icons, John Mraz.
Membership Directory, Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association, 2011-2012, [SFAHBA]
Mexican Country Style, Karen Witynski, Joe P. Carr.
Mexican Tiles: Color, Style, Design, photography and text by Masako Takahashi.
Myths and Mysteries of the Old West, Michael Rutter.
*New Mexico, by Judith Bloom Fradin and Dennis Brindell Fradin.
Our Common Lands: Defending the National Parks, edited by David J. Simon.
Peyote Religious Art: Symbols of Faith and Belief, Daniel C. Swan.
Ride the Wind: USA to Africa, by Anne Hillerman.
Santa Fe Barnstormers, Ronald E. Gregg.
Secrets of the Pueblo Universe: Star Lore of the American Southwest, Mark Raney.
Yesterday in Santa Fe: Episodes in a Turbulent History [Rev. ed.], Marc Simmons.
Southwestern Fiction, Literature, & Literary Criticism
American Indian Love Stories, Herman Grey.
The Cartoon Book of Santa Fe, by Michael Cochran.
The Chronicles of Panchita Villa and Other Guerilleras: Essay on Chicano/Latina Literature and Criticism, Tey Diana Rebolledo.
Deadly Gold: A Novel, by Hal Simmons.
One Life at a Time, Please, Edward Abbey.
Rounders 3, Max Evans.
Song of the Seven Herbs, by Walking Night Bear & Stan Padilla.
*Anasazi: Hisatsinom: The Ancient Ones [VHS], National Park Service.