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Author : Phyllis S. Morgan
Publisher : UNM Press
Release : 2005
Page : 368
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN 13 : 9780826335241
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A biography and a complete bibliography of New Mexico's leading independent historian.


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Release : 1996
Page : 184
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Author : Robert Julyan
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Release : 2020-07
Page : 274
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ISBN 13 : 9781734900804
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Treasure Tale is about a young man's quest to find a lost treasure he can believe in. Following his dream brings him into conflict with his career as an academic historian and also his fiancé. Finding a genuine treasure map and a piece of genuine gold ore leads him, his fiancé, and his best friend into a dangerous New Mexico mountain range, pursued by an unhinged prospector who will stop at nothing to seize the map and the treasure.


Author : D.H. Lawrence
Publisher : Rosetta Books
Release : 2019-02-20
Page : 369
Category : Travel
ISBN 13 : 0795351542
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From the celebrated English author of Sons and Lovers, a collection of essays focused on indigenous life in Mexico and the American Southwest. D. H. Lawrence’s interest in and real affection for Mexico and the American Southwestern regions and its peoples eclipsed ordinary travel writing. These essays hold great significance for those interested in the wider context of these cultures, as well as those interested in Lawrence as a writer. This is the largest collection of essays about Mexican and Southwestern Indians from Lawrence that has ever been published. Including an early version of “Pan in America” which appears here for the first time, previously unpublished passages from other essays, extant manuscripts, typescripts, appendices, and extensive publication notes, this collection contains Lawrence’s fundamental thoughts on Mesoamerican mythology and history.


Author : Kathryn A. Flynn
Publisher : Sunstone Press
Release : 2012
Page : 376
Category : Architecture
ISBN 13 : 0865348812
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Do you like to go treasure hunting in obvious or out of the way places? Do you like to view fine art in galleries large and small? This book will give you directions to New Mexico's amazing New Deal treasures and to buildings and bridges, murals and sculptures, paintings and people who made them. They are not necessarily in the most obvious places, and yet many are in places that one routinely visits. They have been patiently waiting in our cities, our villages, our parks, rarely witnessed as being "treasures." They were constructed perhaps even by your own artistic ancestors. This book is full of clues. Go sleuthing! Growing up in Portales, New Mexico, Kathryn Akers Flynn lived in an area with a New Deal courthouse, a New Deal post office, and New Deal schools. She worked at the local swimming pool and partied in the city park, both built during the Depression era. In high school she was a cheerleader on 1930s football fields for onlookers in Work Progress Administration bleachers and camped out at a nearby Civilian Conservation Corps created park and lake. She never knew any of these structures were fashioned by the New Deal, nor did she notice the New Deal treasures in Salt Lake City while at the University of Utah where she received her Bachelor's Degree or the New Deal structures in Carbondale, Illinois where she earned her Master's Degree at Southern Illinois University. Returning to New Mexico, she had a career in the state health and mental health administration that included directorship of Carrie Tingley Hospital, a New Deal facility with many public art treasures. It wasn't until she became Deputy Secretary of State of New Mexico that she realized what was around her. As a result she went on to edit three editions of the "New Mexico Blue Book" featuring information about New Deal creations all over the state. This book presents the history and whereabouts of many such treasures found since compiling an earlier book, "Treasures on New Mexico Trails," and another that focuses on New Deal programs nationwide, "The New Deal: A 75th Anniversary Celebration." She also assisted with the compilation of "A More Abundant Life, New Deal Artists and Public Art in New Mexico" by Jacqueline Hoefer, also from Sunstone Press and an apt companion for "Public Art and Architecture in New Mexico." She was instrumental in creating the National New Deal Preservation Association, and now serves as Executive Director.


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Author : Gussie Fauntleroy
Roxanne Swentzell
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Release : 2002
Page : 93
Category : Art
ISBN 13 : 9780937206775
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Showcases the work of the New Mexico American Indian sculptor, and explores the ideals and beliefs that underpin her work.


Author : George Fitzpatrick
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Release : 1957
Page : 36
Category : Architecture, Domestic
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Release : 2020
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Release : 1936
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Author : Gussie Fauntleroy
Joel Greene
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Release : 2004
Page : 94
Category : Art
ISBN 13 : 9780937206812
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Joel Greene, who was raised in northern New Mexico, has been called one of the most elegant of abstractionists. His work includes landscapes, still lifes, and figures. Greene says he paints intuitively, but of all aspects of art he is most interested in drawing and organization--the architecture of a painting. In addition, though nature inspires him, his paintings come from memory and imagination, and many are idealized. Different types of paintings offer different kinds of artistic freedom. Still lifes offer the most freedom (because it is easier to accept strange things in a still life) and figures, the least (unless you are Picasso). His landscapes are the softest, least angular of his work, and the work in which he can most glory in the way shapes, tones, lines, and color define space, form, movement. Greene's series of oil on panel paintings of Cundiyo rock formations and New Mexico landscapes are variations on a theme, in a muted palette of sandy browns, light and deep greens, and cool blues. He says he has always been struck by the geological forces that shape our land: volcanoes, uplift erosion. He suggests this visually in a way that brings to mind a toned-down regionalism of Thomas Hart Benton combined with the shorthand abstraction of Milton Avery. Joel Greene's work is in the collections of such museums as the University of New Mexico Museum of Art, the Harwood Foundation, the Roswell Museum and Art Center, and the New Mexico Museum of Fine Arts, among others.


Author : Spencer G. Lucas
Jiri Zidek
Publisher : New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science
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Page : 338
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Author : Richard Melzer
Publisher : Gibbs Smith
Release : 2011
Page : 336
Category : History
ISBN 13 : 1423616332
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In celebration of New Mexico’s statehood centenial, Richard Melzer focuses on the various social and political elements that have made the Land of Enchantment what it is today. Filled with images that document the past hundred years, New Mexico is a photographic delight accompanied by brief insightful essays that leave the reader in no doubt of a history that is both imposing and exciting in its scope. This book is also an official product of the state’s centennial celebration.


Author : Sheila MacNiven Cameron
Publisher : University of New Mexico Press
Release : 1983
Page : 147
Category : Cooking
ISBN 13 : 9780937206027
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Provides recipes for appetizers, soups, breads, side dishes, main courses, and desserts which reflect the best of traditional Indian and Spanish, as well as modern, cuisine.


Author : George Fitzpatrick
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Release : 1940
Page : 80
Category : New Mexico
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Author : Ann Finley Wright
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Release : 1980
Page : 255
Category : Geology
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Author : George Fitzpatrick
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Release : 1941
Page : 59
Category : New Mexico
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