Titles by Publisher

World War II and the American Indian

By Kenneth Townsend

The first full ethnohistory of American Indian responses to, and participation in, World War II; beginning with the drift toward war in the 1930s, including their reactions to propaganda campaigns directed at them by Nazi sympathizers.

The Santa Fe Trail

By R. L. Duffus

The lively history of this great trade artery is once more available.


A Novel in Verse
By Juan Felipe Herrera

In this novel in verse--unprecedented in Chicano literature--renowned poet Juan Felipe Herrera illuminates the soul of a generation. Drawn from his own life as well as a lifetime of dedication to young people, CrashBoomLove helps readers understand what it is to be a teen, a migrant worker, and a boy wanting to be a boy.

Anasazi America

Seventeen Centuries on the Road from Center Place
By David E. Stuart

Describes the rise and 12th century demise of New Mexico's Chaco Anasazi--uncontrolled growth and separation into "haves" and "have nots" were their undoing. Modern industrial society has much to learn from this compelling saga of failure, adjustment, and redemption.

Richard Wetherill: Anasazi

Pioneer Explorer of Southwestern Ruins
Revised Edition
By Frank McNitt

This biography documents the life of the man who discovered the prehistoric ruins at Mesa Verde, Colorado, and began the excavation of Pueblo Bonito at Chaco Canyon, New Mexico.

Conquest and Catastrophe

Changing Rio Grande Pueblo Settlement Patterns in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries
By Elinore M. Barrett

Conquest and Catastrophe is a multifaceted reinterpretation of the Pueblo losses of settlements and population from 1540 until after reconquest at the end of the 1600s.

Santa Fe Hispanic Culture

Preserving Identity in a Tourist Town
By Andrew Leo Lovato

A native resident of Santa Fe discusses the impact of tourism on the City Different and the cultural identity of its Hispanic citizens.

Rabbit and the Wolves

By Deborah L. Duvall
Illustrations by Murv Jacob

Ji-Stu the Rabbit travels far from home to try to prove he can be a great singer.

Raptors of New Mexico

Edited by Jean-Luc E. Cartron

This beautifully illustrated study is the first book to focus on the birds of prey of New Mexico.

Jews in New Mexico Since World War II

By Henry J. Tobias

Tobias explores the cultural and political influence of the New Mexico Jewish community since the Second World War.