New Mexico Magazine

Author: New Mexico. Dept. of Development

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: New Mexico

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New Mexico Magazine's More of the Best from New Mexico Kitchens

Author: N.A

Publisher: University of New Mexico Press

ISBN: 9780937206027

Category: Cooking

Page: 147

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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.
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Marc Simmons of New Mexico

Maverick Historian

Author: Phyllis S. Morgan

Publisher: UNM Press

ISBN: 9780826335241

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 368

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New Mexico's best known and most distinguished historian, Marc Simmons, is also fully deserving of the epithet maverick, a term that originally referred to a calf that had strayed from the herd and that is also used to describe a person who takes an independent path in his life, work, and philosophy. An independent scholar who has published at least 42 books, as well as over 1,400 magazine and newspaper articles, over 50 scholarly articles, and 74 chapters or introductions in books by other authors, Simmons is equally remarkable for his lifestyle. He lives in a house he himself built, writing all his books on a manual typewriter because he has forsworn electricity and other modern conveniences. Simmons is internationally recognized as an authority on Spanish Colonial New Mexico, the Santa Fe Trail, the life and times of Kit Carson, and the Spanish documentary records that are the source for so many of his writings. He is known for his determination to write narrative history for general readers rather than speaking strictly to a scholarly audience. Phyllis Morgan presents a biographical essay, a sampling of his writings, and a comprehensive bibliography that traces Simmons's work into 2004. Her work will be essential for all collections and collectors specializing in Marc Simmons or the Southwest.
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New Mexico Magazine's The Best from New Mexico Kitchens

Author: N.A

Publisher: University of New Mexico Press

ISBN: 9780937206003

Category: Cooking

Page: 147

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New Mexican cooking is unique to New Mexico. The stacked enchiladas topped with an egg & smothered in thick red sauce, the posole stew , rich & meaty, the green chile & blue corn tortillas--these are typically New Mexican dishes. New Mexico cooking was originally based on Pueblo Indian dishes & on the foods grown by these people--& not on the foods prepared by the Indians of Mexico. As time went on, there were influences from Mexico, France, Britain, & the Eastern Seaboard colonies. A number of the recipes in this book have appeared in past issues of New Mexico Magazine. Some come from the kitchens of New Mexico restaurants. Most, however, come from home kitchens.
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100 years of filmmaking in New Mexico 1898-1998

Author: New Mexico Magazine (Firm),New Mexico Film Office

Publisher: New Mexico Magazine

ISBN: N.A

Category: History

Page: 127

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Provides a history of motion pictures that were filmed in New Mexico from 1898 until 1998 and includes a chronology of motion pictures that are set in New Mexico.
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Public Art and Architecture in New Mexico 1933-1943

A Guide to the New Deal Legacy

Author: Kathryn A. Flynn

Publisher: Sunstone Press

ISBN: 0865348812

Category: Architecture

Page: 376

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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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Indians of New Mexico

Author: Richard C. Sandoval,Ree Sheck

Publisher: University of New Mexico Press

ISBN: N.A

Category: History

Page: 128

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Depicts the ceramics, jewelry, carvings, and other artwork, dances, and living cultures of modern Native New Mexicans.
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Artists at Home

Inspired Ideas from the Homes of New Mexico Artists

Author: Emily Skretny Drabanski

Publisher: University of New Mexico Press

ISBN: 9780937206669

Category: Architecture

Page: 104

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Fourteen prominent New Mexico artists invite readers into their homes for an informal chat about their artwork and their homes. These colorful casas in the Land of Enchantment reflect a range of diverse structures and interiors not usually found in other parts of the country. Painter Douglas Johnson leads us through his house, which he built inside of a cave. Artist and spiritual writer Bernadette Vigil's home serves as her personal sanctuary. Sculptor Thom Wheeler and painters Ed Sandoval, Ann Huston, and Miguel Martinez offer us a glimpse into their warm, flowing adobes. Readers will see the spectacular studios of painters Elias Rivera, Sue Contreras and weaver Nancy Kozikowski. Ford Ruthling has a magical home. Michael Hurd welcomes us to his home, also the residence and studios of his parents, artists Henriette Wyeth and Peter Hurd. Forget any stereotypes you might have about Indian homes as you enter the elegant homes of artist R.C. Gorman and sculptor Estella Loretto. Be prepared for a kaleidoscope of color as you take a tour with Tavlos, known for his paintings of howling coyotes. A closing chapter presents one-of-a kind touches that were incorporated into other artists's homes. Lovers of art, interior design and those who'd like to add an artistic touch to their own homes will want this book.
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Vertebrate Paleontology in New Mexico

Bulletin 2

Author: Spencer G. Lucas,Jiri Zidek

Publisher: New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science

ISBN: N.A

Category: Paleontology

Page: 338

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Los Arabes of New Mexico

Author: Monika White Ghattas

Publisher: Sunstone Press

ISBN: 0865349118

Category: Social Science

Page: 187

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At the outset, Los Arabes (Arabic-speaking individuals) were peddlers, carrying a variety of wares that often included exotic items from the Holy Land. These skilled cross-cultural traders expected to strike it rich in the United States and then return to their homeland on the shores of the eastern Mediterranean. Some continued westward; others put down roots in immigrant ghettos in the East and Midwest or traveled back across the sea. A few, however, decided to settle in New Mexico and fulfill the dream of owning their own business. The community grew quickly as family members, former neighbors, and hometown friends joined the original group. Why were they attracted to this area? What conditions in New Mexico facilitated their rapid and almost seamless acculturation? Hardworking, imaginative, and enterprising, Los Arabes of New Mexico became successful businessmen and prominent entrepreneurs, who enriched this state with their unique culture, their cheerful perseverance, and boundless enthusiasm. MONIKA GHATTAS was first intrigued by this topic while she was working on her PhD degree in European history at the University of New Mexico. She finally found the time to pursue this story after she retired from Central New Mexico Community College where she taught courses in European and Far East history for more than twenty years. Born in Germany, she has lived in New Mexico for more than fifty years and continues to be captivated by its vibrant culture and rich history.
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Forever New Mexico

Heartfelt Images from the Land of Enchantment

Author: Arnold Vigil

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: History

Page: 128

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This compilation of quality black-and-white photographs celebrates many distinctive, deep-rooted characteristics of New Mexico that have been evoking people's emotions for centuries. Fortunately, the New Mexican lifestyle that endured relatively unaffected by outside influence for centuries remained intact long enough for early 20th-century photographers to record many examples of it before inevitable modernization occurred after World War II. With each page you are guaranteed to feel the overwhelming power of the Land of Enchantment through scores of historical images from the archives of New Mexico Magazine and the Museum of New Mexico as well as the Farm Security Administration's WPA Collection in the Library of Congress.
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The Lore of New Mexico

Author: Marta Weigle,Peter White

Publisher: UNM Press

ISBN: 9780826331571

Category: Fiction

Page: 459

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First published in 1988, this award-winning compendium of New Mexico's folklore is now available in a shorter, easier to use, updated edition. "A masterful encyclopedia. . . . a superb reference to historical folklore traditions in New Mexico up to World War II. It will stand alone as an invaluable synthesis of history, literature, ethnography, and material culture."--Journal of the Southwest "The central theme of the book is the concept of New Mexico life as a multiethnic experience drawn from the Native American, Hispanic, and Anglo cultures. The work is part history, part ethnography, and part anthropology. . . . This is a work that should appeal to all aficionados of New Mexican history and life. . . . A delight to read."--Journal of the West "Demonstrates in a dramatic fashion that the subject matter of folklore is not the quaint and peripheral cultural bypaths of bygone days, but rather a means of approaching the basic attitudes, beliefs, and ways of thinking about things on which much cultural behavior is based. This is a good, thought-provoking job on a monumental task."--Journal of Arizona History "Jam-packed with drama and information. . . . For the newcomer, the long-time resident and the lifetime native of New Mexico, this book will be a delight."--New Mexico Magazine
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Enduring Cowboys

Life in the New Mexico Saddle

Author: Arnold Vigil

Publisher: University of New Mexico Press

ISBN: N.A

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 151

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Enduring Cowboys: Life in the New Mexico Saddle offers a brief glimpse into the lives of New Mexico's cowboys, who represent a diversity of ethnic backgrounds and work the tremendous variety of terrain found throughout the state. Although they might not speak the same language or look like the Hollywood cowboy (or each other for that matter), they all are united in the love of being a cowboy and reaping the simple and spirit-fulfilling rewards that come with that lifestyle.
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New Mexico

A Celebration of the Land of Enchantment

Author: Richard Melzer

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

ISBN: 1423616332

Category: History

Page: 336

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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.
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Mountain Harmonies

Walking the Western Wildernesses

Author: Howard L. Smith

Publisher: UNM Press

ISBN: 9780826331441

Category: Nature

Page: 197

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Get out of town and out of your car; pay attention to the natural world around you. The experience can be unforgettable. That simple message is the theme of this love letter to the wild American West. Howard L. Smith's enthusiastic accounts of his trailside adventures will make you want to take the day off and enjoy your own harmony with the wilderness. Most of the experiences Smith shares took place in New Mexico and Colorado, with some in Wyoming, Montana, and the Pacific Northwest. Some happened deep within wilderness areas, but most unfolded near easily accessible trails and campsites. One need not be in good physical condition to follow in Smith's footsteps. Light walking or mobility through use of a wheelchair are the only requirements. Although Mountain Harmonies is not a guidebook, it suggests enticing possibilities for expeditions and road trips. Give it to friends to show them how easy it is to enjoy the outdoors. Use it to plan your next weekend trip. Read it afterward to recall the magic of the wilderness and the creatures that inhabit it.
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New Mexico

The Sunshine State's Recreational and Highway Magazine

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Natural resources

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Hiking New Mexico

A Guide to the State's Greatest Hiking Adventures

Author: Laurence Parent

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 1493031104

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 400

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New Mexico is famous for its high mountains, Indian ruins, sand dunes, and stark deserts. Hikes in the state offer everything from lush alpine lakes in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains to rugged wilderness canyons in Carlsbad Caverns National Park. This revised edition of Hiking New Mexico gives you the information you need to plan your customized trip to the Land of Enchantment with more than 90 of the state’s best hikes, mile-by-mile directional cues and detailed directions to the trailheads, andinformation on distance and difficulty for each trail. This guide leads you through New Mexico’s mountains, deserts, caves, and canyons.Climb Wheeler Peak, the state’s highest, and enjoys views deep into Colorado, go underground in the lava tubes of El Malpais National Monument, and hike for days through the lush woodland of the Gila Wilderness in complete solitude. Look inside to find: Hikes suited to every ability Full-color maps and photos throughout GPS coordinates Directions to the trailhead Difficulty ratings, best seasons to hike, and much more
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Joel Greene

New Mexico modernist

Author: Gussie Fauntleroy

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Art

Page: 94

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New Mexico's Rangers

The Mounted Police

Author: Chuck Hornung

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 1439639787

Category: True Crime

Page: 128

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The New Mexico Mounted Police were forged from a frontier civil crisis and hammered to life upon the anvil of necessity. The Sunshine Territory of New Mexico had become the last outlaw haven in the Southwest. In the tradition of their red-coated namesake, the Northwest Mounted Police of Canada, this small band of range riders used their fists, guns, and brains to restore law and order during the closing years of New Mexico’s territorial era. They carried their mission forward into the early days of statehood.
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