NEW MEXICO HISTORICAL REVIEW

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New Mexico Historical Review

Author : Lansing Bartlett Bloom
ISBN : STANFORD:36105006706456
Genre : New Mexico
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The New Mexico Historical Review 1626 Vol 1 Classic Reprint

Author : Lansing B. Bloom
ISBN : 0365328324
Genre : History
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Excerpt from The New Mexico Historical Review, 1626, Vol. 1 The winter months of 1916-1917 marked the lull before that. Storm which was to involve the United States in its violence and destructiveness. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
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New Mexico Historical Review

Author : University Of New Mexico
ISBN : 1152439308
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Volume: 15 Publisher: [Albuquerque, etc., University of New Mexico] Subjects: Historical Society of New Mexico Indians of North America -- New Mexico New Mexico -- History Periodicals Nouveau-Mexique -- Histoire Priodiques Notes: This is an OCR reprint. There may be numerous typos or missing text. There are no illustrations or indexes. When you buy the General Books edition of this book you get free trial access to Million-Books.com where you can select from more than a million books for free. You can also preview the book there.
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New Mexico Historical Biographies

Author : Don Bullis
ISBN : 9781936744909
Genre : Reference
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New Mexico Historical Biographies is an encyclopedia of the people of New Mexico—the 47th State in the Union. It is a cross-section of people who have had an influence on life—and sometimes death—in the Land of Enchantment, from the time before the first Europeans arrived around 1540 until today. There are entries for over 1,500 people in New Mexico’s history. Possibly the most important book on New Mexico history since Ralph Emerson Twitchell — 100 years ago. What People are Saying about this Book The starting place for many people seeking to make the acquaintance of New Mexicans of yesteryear. I am almost certain everyone who reads it will learn something new about New Mexico history and enjoy immensely themselves in the bargain.—Rick Hendricks, New Mexico State Historian This comprehensive anthology will prove to be invaluable to historians, history writers, and readers of all sorts. More than just biographies, it offers great reading for anyone interested in New Mexico history. One can turn to any page and find a great story, and it will be a rare reader or historian who can claim to have already known about all those represented.—Mike Stevenson, President, Historical Society of New Mexico
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Buried Treasures

Author : Richard Melzer
ISBN : 9780865345317
Genre : History
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Melzer offers an impressive new book about famous New Mexico gravesites, usually the only monuments left to honor the human treasures who helped shape state, national, and often international history.
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Death And Dying In New Mexico

Author : Martina Will de Chaparro
ISBN : 0826341632
Genre : History
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In this exploration of how people lived and died in eighteenth- and nineteenth- century New Mexico, Martina Will de Chaparro weaves together the stories of individuals and communities in this cultural crossroads of the American Southwest. The wills and burial registers at the heart of this study provide insights into the variety of ways in which death was understood by New Mexicans living in a period of profound social and political transitions. This volume addresses the model of the good death that settlers and friars brought with them to New Mexico, challenges to the model's application, and the eventual erosion of the ideal. The text also considers the effects of public health legislation that sought to protect the public welfare, as well as responses to these controversial and unpopular reforms. Will discusses both cultural continuity and regional adaptation, examining Spanish-American deathways in New Mexico during the colonial (approximately 1700-1821), Mexican (1821-1848), and early Territorial (1848-1880) periods.
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Sunshine And Shadows In New Mexico S Past Volume 2

Author : Richard Melzer
ISBN : 9781936744978
Genre : History
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Sunshine and Shadows in New Mexico’s Past has one main goal: to reveal the sharp contrasts in New Mexico history. As with all states, New Mexico has had its share of admirable as well as deplorable moments, neither of which should be ignored or exaggerated at the other’s expense. New Mexico’s true character can only be understood and appreciated by acknowledging its varied history, blemishes and all. The second of three volumes, Sunshine and Shadows in New Mexico’s Past: The U.S. Territorial Period represents the New Mexico Historical Society’s humble gift to New Mexico as the state celebrates its centennial year of statehood in 2012.
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The Spanish Colonial Settlement Landscapes Of New Mexico 1598 1680

Author : Elinore M. Barrett
ISBN : 9780826350855
Genre : History
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The Spanish began to settle New Mexico in the sixteenth century, and although scholars have long known the names of those settlers, this is the first book to place the colonists on the map. Using documentary, genealogical, and archaeological sources, Elinore M. Barrett depicts the settlement patterns of Spaniards in New Mexico from the beginning of colonization in 1598 up to 1680, when the Pueblo Revolt forced the colonists to retreat for a time. Barrett describes the natural environment and the Pueblo villages that the Spanish colonists encountered, as well as the activities of the Spanish civil and religious establishments related to land, labor, and tribute and the mission and mining landscapes the colonists created. She also recounts the founding and settling of Santa Fe and analyzes demographic dynamics, adding a new dimension to studies of the colonial Southwest.
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Borderlands Of Slavery

Author : William S. Kiser
ISBN : 9780812294101
Genre : History
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It is often taken as a simple truth that the Civil War and the Thirteenth Amendment to the Constitution ended slavery in the United States. In the Southwest, however, two coercive labor systems, debt peonage—in which a debtor negotiated a relationship of servitude, often lifelong, to a creditor—and Indian captivity, not only outlived the Civil War but prompted a new struggle to define freedom and bondage in the United States. In Borderlands of Slavery, William S. Kiser presents a comprehensive history of debt peonage and Indian captivity in the territory of New Mexico after the Civil War. It begins in the early 1700s with the development of Indian slavery through slave raiding and fictive kinship. By the early 1800s, debt peonage had emerged as a secondary form of coerced servitude in the Southwest, augmenting Indian slavery to meet increasing demand for labor. While indigenous captivity has received considerable scholarly attention, the widespread practice of debt peonage has been largely ignored. Kiser makes the case that these two intertwined systems were of not just regional but also national importance and must be understood within the context of antebellum slavery, the Civil War, emancipation, and Reconstruction. Kiser argues that the struggle over Indian captivity and debt peonage in the Southwest helped both to broaden the public understanding of forced servitude in post-Civil War America and to expand political and judicial philosophy regarding free labor in the reunified republic. Borderlands of Slavery emphasizes the lasting legacies of captivity and peonage in Southwestern culture and society as well as in the coercive African American labor regimes in the Jim Crow South that persevered into the early twentieth century.
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