AN ARMY WIFE'S COOKBOOK. Williams.  
Frontier recipes from 1850-late 1880s, at remote west Texas outpost Fort Davis (now a national historic site). Illustrated, 72 pages.
Inventory = 0. ISBN: . Order #: SOPM1304 spiral$4.95. OUT OF STOCK.

COLORADO PLATEAU: the story behind the scenery. Ladd.&
Geology and topography of this wondrous landscape of the Four Corners region of Colorado/Utah/Arizona/New Mexico. Unuusal rock formations and scenery and unusual weathering processes. 48 large-format pages, color illus. 1995.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-88714-090-4. Order #: KCPU4736 paper$8.95.

 

 

#DAWN OF THE DINOSAURS: the Triassic in Petrified Forest. Long & Houk.
Fascinating animals once roamed tropical Arizona in what is now arid Petrified Forest National park. Color illustrations, 96 large-format pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-945695-02-0. Order #: PEFO7051 paper$14.95.

DESERT SURVIVAL HANDBOOK: how to prevent and handle emergency situations. by Charles A. Lehman.
T his easy-to-read handbook provides you with the basic survival skills necessary to deal with emergencies in the desert. It makes an ideal carry-along in your backpack, car, boat, airplane, RV, or saddlebag.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 1-935810-65-X. Order #: AMTR7611 paper$8.95.

 

DESERT WILDFLOWERS OF NORTH AMERICA. by Ronald J. Taylor.
Covers major portions of southeastern California, Nevada, Utah, southwestern Arizona, and central-southern New Mexico--includine ovr 500 speices of flowering plants and full-color. 359 pages, color photos, maps, drawings, charts. Deserts included are Mojave, Sonoran, Painted, Chihuahan, and Great Basin.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-87842-376-1. Order # MOPR1197 paper$24.00.

#DESERTS ON THE MARCH. Sears.
The destruction of America's grasslands by advancing deserts and the conservation practices needed to stop it. 272 pages.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 0-8061-1667-6. Order #: UNOK1652 cloth$17.95.

DUST BOWL(THE): Men, Dirt, and Depression. Bonnifield.
Factual information on middle America's most devastating natural disaster--drought, dust, and land erosion in Oklahoma and Kansas. Photos, 244 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-8263-0485-0. Order #: UNNM3907 cloth$14.95.

 

EASY FIELD GUIDE TO ROCK ART SYMBOLS OF THE SOUTHWEST. by Rick Harris.
Possible interpretations for the messages of southwestern native people are offered in this illustrated guide. 32 little pages
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-935810-58-7. Order #: AMTR7625 paper$3.95.

EASY FIELD GUIDE TO THE SOUTHWESTERN NIGHT SKY. by Dan Heim.
Star charts for all seasons and native skylore will delight both new and experienced stargazers. 32 little pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-935810-62-5. Order #: AMTR7254 paper$3.95.

 

EASY FIELD GUIDE TO SOUTHWESTERN PETROGLYPHS. Welsh.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-935810-60-9. Order #: AMTR4600 paper$3.95.

 

EASY FIELD GUIDE TO SOUTHWESTERN SNAKES. Nelsons.
Twenty-nine species found in seven states and Mexico are described and illustrated for easy identification. 32 lirttle pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-935810-17-X. Order #: AMTR1987 paper$3.95.

EASY FIELD GUIDE TO THE INDIAN ART & LEGENDS OF THE SOUTHWEST. by James R. Cunkle.
Native Americans of the past told stories using characters such as Kokopelli, Spider Grandmother, and the Warrior Twins. They also relayed the importance of animals and plants in their artwork. Read about them in this guidebook. 32 little pages.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-935810-70-6. Order #: AMTR7255 paper$3.95.

GUIDE TO ANCIENT CULTURES OF THE SOUTHWEST (A Travelers Guide to ).
Inventory = 1.ISBN: 1-55838-126-0. Order #: AMTR7653 paper$6.95.

# FAR FROM CIBOLA. Horgan.
A lyrical novel that welds ancient mystery with the actual lives of workaday people, is set in Roswell, New Mexico during the Great Depression.
Inventory = 5. ISBN: 0-8263-. Order #: UNEM3737 paper$6.95.

FAVORITE MEXICAN COOKIN'. by Lane.
Recipes for using tortillas, corn, chili, tomatoes, and beans in tangy tostadas, enchiladas, tacos, tamales, sopapilla, burritos, huevos, and more. Drawings, 64 pages. Baxter Lane titles are suited for gift stores and souvenir shops in tourist areas.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: None. Order #: BALA9277 paper$4.95.

 

 

FIELD MOUSE GOES TO WAR: a bilingual tale. Kennard and Yava.
Illustrated by Fred Kabotie. Can the little field mouse outwit the hawk that is stealing chickens from the People? This traditional Hopi tale was originally published in 1944 by the Bureau of Indian Affairs. The drawings are by Hopi artist Fred Kabotie who was born at the turn of the century on the Second Mesa. Kabotie was commissioned by the Museum of the American Indian in New York to record authentic native dances and by the Fred Harvey Company to decorate the Indian Tower on the south Rim of the Grand Canyon. The book is in English and phonetic Hopi. Contains pronunciation guide.74 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-86541-046-1. Order #: FILT5265 paper$10.95.

A FITTING DEATH FOR BILLY THE KID. Adams.
How the "Kid" legend was born and grew. Illustrated, 320 pages.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 0-8061-1764-8. Order #: UOKL5678 paper$12.95.

 

#FLOWERS OF THE SOUTHWEST DESERTS. Dodge.
Capsule descriptions help identify, plant's stories. Drawings, color illustrations, 136 pages.
Inventory = 0. ISBN: Order #: SOPM1315 paper$9.95. OUT OF STOCK.

 

#FLOWERS OF THE SOUTHWEST MOUNTAINS. Arnberger & Janish.
Capsule descriptions of species living above 7,000 feet, on color-coded pages. Color photos, drawings, 143 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-911408-61-4. Order #: SOPM1319 paper$9.95.

#FLOWERS OF THE SOUTHWESTERN FORESTS AND WOODLANDS. Foxx.
Botanical guide to species. Drawings, 216 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-941232-05-1. Order #: UNNM1617 paper$12.95.

#A GUIDE TO THE ANASAZI AND OTHER ANCIENT SOUTHWEST INDIANS. Southwest Traveler Guidebook.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 1-55838-126-0. Order #: AMTR7606 paper$6.95.

HIKING THE GRAND CANYON: the Corridor Trails--DVD.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 1-55838-193-7. Order #: AMTR3836 paper$19.95.

 

HIKING THE SOUTHWEST: Arizona, New Mexico, and West Texas. Ganci.
Sierra Club Totebook.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-87156-338-X. Order #: RAHO2715 paper$14.00.

HOUSE IN THE SUN. Olin.
The arid and thorny residence of desert plants and animals--how they live. Color photos, 248 pages.
Inventory = 4. ISBN: . Order #: SOPM1314 paper$3.95.

I IS FOR INDIANS OF THE SOUTHWEST: the story behind the scenery. Rosen & Baird. Children's story telling of the Southwest character and heritage. Large-format pages, color illus.
Inventory =22. ISBN: 0-88714-211-7. 2000. Order #: KCPU8108 paper$9.95.

 

 

IN TIME OF HARVEST. Sinclair.
Novel about an Oklahoma family homesteading in New Mexico mines a classic vein of American humor.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-8563-0505-9. Order #: UNNM3761 paper$6.95.

JOHN WESLEY POWELL: soldier, explorer, scientist (1834-1902). Jean Thor Cook.
Led the first exploration of the Grand Canyon. John Wesley Powell's insatiable curiosity led him to explore the area of the US marked "unknown" on maps -- an area he mapped and named the Grand Canyon. Powell was a one-armed Civil War veteran when he led the first expedition down the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon in 1869.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-0-86541-080-0. Order #: FILT4785 paper$8.95.

#JOSE DARIO GALLEGOS: Merchant of the Santa Fe Trail (1830-1883). Emerita Romero-Anderson.
Settler and store owner in Colorado's oldest town, San Luis. Jose Dario Gallegos was born near Taos in 1830, the son of a merchant. He moved north into Colorado, leading the establishment of settlement of San Luis de Culebra in 1851. The town of San Luis is Colorado's oldest.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-0-86541-08486-0. Order #: FILT4787 paper$8.95.

KOKOPELLI: Casanova of the Cliff Dweller. John V. Young.
Who or what was Kokopelli? The hunchback flute player's many roles and the Kokopelli legends are described in this 40 page, illustrated book.
Inventory= 5. ISBN: 0-86541-026-7. Order #: FILT7122 paper$4.95

 

KOKOPELLI: Casanova of the Cliff Dwellers.
Inventory=1. ISBN: 978-0-86541-110-4. Order #: FILT7123 paper$6.95

 

KOKOPELLI: drum in belly. by Gail Haley.
Meticulously researched interpretation of the Native American story of Kokopelli, the hunchback flute player. 32 pages, full color. An ancient Native American tale beautifully told and illustrated by Caldecott Medalist. Meticulously researched interpretation of the complex and fascinating Native American story of Kokopelli, the hunchback flute player. Ages 8 and up. 32-pages, full color, dust jacket.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-0-86541-069-5. Order #: FILT4217 paper$12.95.


#THE LIFE AND DEATH OF LITTLE JO. Bright.
An affectionate portrayal of village life in New Mexico's Taos Valley.
Inventory = 4. ISBN: 0-8263-. Order #: UNNM3735 paper$6.95.

THE LIFE OF PAT F. GARRETT and the Taming of the Border Outlaw. Scanland.
Gunmen, outlaws, greatest sheriff of Old Southwest. 5 illustrations, 44 pages.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 0-910584-18.4. Order #: FILT0485 paper$3.95

 

 

MAJOR JOHN WESLEY POWELL: voyage of discovery--the story behind the scenery. by Dan Murphy.
Travel with Powell on his harrowing 1869 journey of exploration to descend the Green River to the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon. 9x12, 64 pages, 63 color photos, 28 maps.
 Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-88714-059-9. 2001. Third printing. Order #: KCPU8090 paper$12.95

MESA VERDE: the story behind the scenery. Martin.
Prehistoric Anasazi Indian dwellings tucked under cliff rims in this Southwest Colorado National park. Color photos, 48 large-format pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-0-88714-075-4. 2011. Twelfth printing. Order#: KCPU3707 paper$8.95

 

 

 

MESA VERDE: the story behind the scenery (CO). Martin.
Prehistoric Anasazi Indian dwellings tucked under cliff rims in this Southwest Colorado National park. Color photos, 48 large-format pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN 0-88714-075-0. 1994. Second printing. Order #: KCPU4072 paper$8.95.

 

 

MY ADVENTURES IN ZUNI. Frank Cushing.
Facsimile of Cushing's account of his life in Zuni; first printed in Century Magazine 1882-1883. Includes 2 articles about Cushing by Sylvester Baxter. Illus., 96 pp.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-86541-045-3. Order #: FILT0458 paper$8.95.

 

 

NAVAJO WEAVERS and NAVAJO SILVERSMITHS. Washington Matthews.
Reprint of two U.S. Bureau of Ethnology reports describing in detail weaving and silversmithing as observed in 1860s by Washington Matthews, a physician at Fort Wingate. 44 pages, illustrated.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-0-910584-07-4 Order #: FILT0470 paper$4.00.

 

 

THE PAPAGO (Tohono O'odham) and PIMA INDIANS OF ARIZONA. Ruth M. Underhill.
Noted anthropologist describes everyday life, religion, arts, and government of two Arizona tribes. First published in 1930s. 74 pages, illustrated.
Inventory= 1. ISBN: 978-0-86541-059-6. Order #: FILT0487 paper$10.95.

 

 

POISONOUS DWELLERS OF THE DESERT. Dodge.
Spiders, scorpions, snakes, centipedes, bees, bugs, gila monster. How to identify, treat bites. Photos, 48 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-911408-44-4. Order #: SOPM2172 paper$4.95.

 

 

PRACTICAL SPOKEN SPANISH. Kercheville.
Stresses pronunciation, vocabulary building, and usable idioms and sentences; appropriate for self-instruction. 162 pages.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 0-8263-0059-6. Order #: UNNM3909 paper$7.95.

ROADRUNNER! by Virginia Douglas.
Natural history of Southwest desert bird known for darting antics along highways."Virginia Douglas, a devoted roadrunner watcher, has written a fine booklet on this charismatic Southwest character. This beautiful, aggressive bird, with his antenna tail, gaudy eye shadow, and Groucho Marx gait is the state bird of New Mexico and a symbol of the Southwest. Covering the bird's voracious appetite and terrific speed; propensity for killing snakes and robbing other birds' nests; and its own irregular and unusual nesting habits, Douglas's work sets this bird, both beloved and maligned, as straight as he will ever be. Both the fact and the folklore make this well worth reading." (Arizona Highways Magazine, August 1985, p. 48). Illustrated, 48 pages.
Inventory = 7. ISBN: 978-0-87961-147-7. Order #: NAGR1975 paper$6.95.

ROCK ART SAVVY: the responsible visitor's guide to public sites of the Southwest. Ronald D. Sanders.
This user-friendly guide describes more than 100 mostly public, easy-access rock art sites in Arizona, southern California, Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah, and western Texas, with a special section on Baja California, Mexico. Written in a lively, conversational style and brimming with helpful information, Rock Art Savvy shows both novices and seasoned rock art aficionados how to get the most from their visits while respecting the integrity of the sites. Rock Art Savvy includes all the information visitors need for enjoying the selected sites. Part 1 is devoted to general information about rock art and the people who created it. Part 2 provides state-by-state listings, including directions to, descriptions of, and contact information for each site. One hundred black-and-white photos and eight color plates enhance the text, and a comprehensive glossary explains many less-familiar terms. Like many rock art preservation advocates, the author believed that most vandalism is done out of ignorance; therefore, the best way to protect these fragile treasures is to increase public awareness. Encouraging people to visit petroglyph and pictograph sites allows them to see the beauty and value of rock art for themselves. Curious travelers, amateur archaeologists, students of indigenous American cultures, and rock art enthusiasts of every level will find wisdom and delight in this smart, practical book. 264 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-87842-510-1. Order #: MOPR1134 paper$16.00.

SALINAS: archeology, history, and prehistory. by David Grant Noble.
Describes central New Mexico region that once supported a thriving prehistoric Native American population, the rock art its inhabitants left, and their material culture plus internaction and revolts with Spanish arrivals including churches added to the architecture of the pueblo towns from 1622-1635. There is now a Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument centered around the sites of Gran Quivira, Abo, and Quari, with a visitor center in Mountainair, New Mexico. Photographs, drawings, map, 40 pages large-format.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-0-941270-78-6. Order #: GISM1852 paper$9.99.

 

SANTA FE TRAIL--voyage of discovery the story behind the scenery. Murphy.
History of wagon route from Kansas City, Missouri to Santa Fe, New Mexico--ruts still visible on the trail, ruins of posts, the restored Bent's Fort, wagons, and travelers. 64 large-format pages, color illus. 1994.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-88714-086-6. 1994. Order #: KCPU4869 paper$8.95.

 

 

 

SHRUBS AND TREES OF THE SOUTHWEST DESERTS. Bowers.
Life span, peak blooming times and habitats, identifying guide. Illustrated, 140 pages.
Inventory = 0. ISBN: . Order #: SOPM9500 paper$9.95. OUT OF STOCK.

SONORAN DESERT: the story behind the scenery (AZ/CA). Helms.
Unusual desert landscape and wildlife zone of SW AZ, SE CA, and Baja California--with strange cactus, sand dunes, faulted mountains,and even a seacoast. 48 large-format pages, color illus.
Inventory = 1. ISBN:0-916122-71-9. 1991. Fourth printing. Order #: KCPU4891 paper$8.95.

 

 

 

SOUTHWEST MEXICAN COOKBOOK: authentic recipes from the Southwest and Old Mexico. Tucker.
Cooking hints, spice info, dictionary of words used in Mexican cooking. 81 pages.
Inventory = 6. ISBN: 1-932427-08-2. Order #: ASCR5635 paper$4.95.

SOUTHWESTERN INDIAN ARTS & CRAFTS (AZ/NM).  by Tom Bahti and Mark Bahti.
Come to know painting, silverwork, turquoise, bead-work, pottery, baskets, Navajo sandpainting, fetishes, Hopi katsinas, and Navajo rugs. 9x12, 64 pages, 100 color photos, 3 maps/diagrams.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-0-88714-095-2. 2011. Sixteenth printing. Order #: KCPU8080 paper$12.95

 

 

 

SOUTHWESTERN INDIAN CEREMONIALS (AZ/NM). by Tom Bahti and Mark Bathi.
Learn of the native ceremonies still being performed by the Indians of the Southwest as tribute to their way of life and the strength of their religious beliefs. 9x12, 64 pages, 70 color photos & 1 map.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: -088714-096-3. 2007. Thirteenth printing. Order #: KCPU8081 paper$12.95.

SOUTHWESTERN INDIAN POTTERY (AZ/NM). Hucko.
Potters and their styles from the pueblo towns of the Southwest. 64 large-format pages, color illus.
Inventory =1. ISBN: 0-88714-148-X. 1999. Order# KCPU4262 paper$12.95.

 

 

 

SOUTHWESTERN INDIAN TRIBES (AZ/NM). by Tom Bahti and Mark Bahti.
Become acquainted with 39 Southwestern Indian cultures--their histories, governments, and separate fascinating cultures and celebrations. 9x12, 80 pages, 110 color photos & 5 maps/diagrams. .
IInventory =1. ISBN: 978-0-88714-097-6. 2010. Eighteenth printing. Order #: KCPU8082 paper$12.95.

SOUTHWESTERN INDIAN WEAVING (AZ/NM). by Mark Bahti.
Discover Southwestern Indian weaving traditions.  This book covers it all--traditional rugs, basketry, and clothing.  Learn how sheep have been a cornerstone of Navajo life for centuries. 9x12, 48 pages, 68 color photos.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-88714-212-5. 2004. Second printing. Order #: KCPU8109 paper$12.95

 

 

 

SOUTHWEST SKETCHING TOUR. Runyan.
History and present of old mines, villages, and towns of southern New Mexico & Arizona. Drawings, 64 large-format pages.
Inventory = 6. ISBN: None. Order #: CAMB0249 paper$4.50.

 

 

 

#SOUTHWESTERN GHOST TOWN ATLAS. Johnson.
Fact and legend combine with map directions to sites of history, treasure, lost mines in Arizona, New Mexico, Utah & Colorado. 12 photos, 20 maps, 48 pages.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: None. Order #:CYJO642 paper$4.00.

SOUTHWESTERN INDIAN RECIPE BOOK. Hesse.
Recipes of Apache, Papago, Pima, Pueblo, Navajo. Kneel-down bread, blue corn fritters, chili mush, chili fritters, green jerky fry!  Illus. 60 p. Inventory = 6. ISBN: 978-0-86541-042-9. Order #: FILT0658 paper$5.95.

 

 

A TRAVELER'S GUIDE TO SOUTHWESTERN INDIAN ARTS & CRAFTS. (Southwest Traveler Guidebook). by Charlotte S. Neyland.
The baskets, blankets, rugs, pottery, jewelry, sandpaintings, dolls, and beadwork created by the Native Americans of the Southwest are all so unique and fascinating. This book is a good introduction to the work that goes into the creations. 48 pages. 
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 1-55838-129-5. Order #: AMTR7607 paper$6.95.

WHAT KINDA CACTUS IZZAT? Manning.
A "Who's Who" of strange plants in the Southwestern American Desert.
Inventory = 21. Order #: REGA1224 paper$3.95.

TEEPEE NEIGHBORS. Coolidge.
Shares the experience of living as neighbors with Shoshoni and Arapaho native Americans in early 1900s. 200 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-8061-1889-X. Order #: UNOK5656 paper$7.95.

THE WEST ON WOOD: Volume 1 (Southwestern Indians). Choda.
19th century engravings gleaned from early publications. Illustrated, 56 pages.
Inventory = 12. ISBN: 0-86541-015-1. Order #: FILT4662 paper$3.95.

 

 

 

ARIZONA

 

AMONG THE APACHES. Schwatka.
Apaches in 1870s: dwellings, medicine men, runners, war dress, weapons, leaders. 30 illustrations,  30 pages.
Inventory=7. ISBN: 0-910584-35-4. Order #: FILT4574 paper$4.00.

 

 

 

 

 

AN ANNOTATED CHECKLIST OF THE BIRDS OF ORGAN PIPE CACTUS NATIONAL MONUMENT (AZ). Groschupf, Brown, & Johnson.
Habitats, birds, seasonal distribution. 52 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: . Order #: SOPM4500 paper$4.95.

 


APACHE LEGENDS: song of the Wind Dancer.
CLou Cuevas.
Tales from full-blooded Apache Indian. The author's vivid narratives capture the imagination and transport the reader into the world of the ancient American Southwest. Insights into the ancient spirit people and legends. Each legend explains nature, its manifestations, and human behavior that is taught to Apache children so they might learn to respect the power of life. Interview with the author, Lou Cuevas: My grandfather was a full-blooded Apache and my grandmother was Spanish, a curandera, a Spanish medicine woman. I started about 15 years ago trying to recall the stories they told me. I went to various members of my family and asked them if they remembered the stories. It took me 12 years to assemble them. Illustrations, 128 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-0-87961-219-1. Order #: NAGR0685 paper$12.95.

ARIZONA COOKBOOK. Fischers.
A taste of the Old Southwest: sizzling Indian fry bread, prickly pear marmalade, sourdough biscuits, refried beans, beef jerky, cactus candy, and more.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-914846-00-0. Order #: GOWE6228 paper$5.95.

ARIZONA'S MOUNTAINS: a hiking and climbing guide. Martins.
Route descriptions and travel information for 101 hikes, including many high summits. Maps, photos, 208 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-917895-37-1. Order #: CORD7529 paper$11.95.

ARIZONA'S SCENIC BYWAYS. Thollander.
Explores the great natural wonders and areas of antiquity; formerly "Back Roads of Arizona." Illustrated, 168 large-format pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-87358-538-0. Order #: NOLA5466paper$12.95.

BEAUTIFUL ARIZONA. Lewis.
Desert, cactus, wildflowers, rock formations. Color photos, 72 large-format pages.
Inventory = 83. ISBN:0-915796-39-2. Order #: BEAM0127 paper$7.95.

CANYON DE CHELLY: the story behind the scenery (AZ). Supplee.
Anasazi and today's Navajo peoples, rock formations, cliff dwellings at Arizona National park. 65 color photos, 48 large-format pages. 1993.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-88714-042-4. 1993. Tenth printing, revised.Order #: KCPU0719 paper$8.95.

CANYON DE CHELLY IN PICTURES: the continuing story. Hunter.
Cliffside cliff-dwellings in the canyon of this Arizona national park. Once inhabited by Anasazi and now by Navajo Native Americans. 48 large-format pages, color illus. 1999.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-88714-145-5  1999 First printing. Order #: KCPU8007 paper$8.95.

 

 

 

THE EARP BROTHERS OF TOMBSTONE: the story of Mrs. Virgil Earp. Waters.
Map, 255 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-8032-5838-0. Order #: UNNE7011paper$9.95.

 

 

 

EASY FIELD GUIDE TO COMMON DESERT BIRDS OF ARIZONA. Primer.
Describes 31 birds of this region, such as hawks, quail, cactus wren, roadrunner. Drawings, 32 little pages.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 0-935810-13-7.  Order #: AMTR4546 paper$2.95.

EASY FIELD GUIDE TO COMMON DESERT CACTUS OF ARIZONA. Primer.
Uses simple key charts to lead to species identification of chollas, prickly pears, pincushions, organ pipe, and more. Drawings, 32 little pages.
Inventory = 5. ISBN:0-935810-15-3. Order #: AMTR4560 paper$2.95.

EASY FIELD GUIDE TO COMMON DESERT INSECTS OF ARIZONA. Primer.
Identifies 30 species characteristic of this region, like vinegaroon, tarantula, scorpion, cicada, mesquite bug. Drawings, 32 little pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-935810-14-5. Order #: AMTR4559 paper$2.95.

EASY FIELD GUIDE TO COMMON MAMMALS OF ARIZONA. Nelsons.
Describes 29 species typical of this desert region, like bats, coyote, rock squirrel, javelina, bighorn. Drawings, 32 little pages.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-935810-16-1. Order #: AMTR1508 paper$3.95.

 

EASY FIELD GUIDE TO TRIASSIC, JURASSIC, & CRETACEOUS REPTILES & DINOSAURS OF ARIZONA. Tegowski.
Guide to Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous reptiles and dinosaurs that roamed Arizona, with emphasis on the Mesozoic Era. Map of excavation sites included. 32 little pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-935810-63-3. Order #: AMTR7251 paper$3.95.

 

EASY FIELD GUIDE TO COMMON TREES OF ARIZONA. Primer.
Identifies 47 trees of this region, showing leaf and cone or seed characteristics. Drawings, 32 little pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-935810-18-8. Order #: AMTR3351aper$2.95.

GHOST TOWNS OF ARIZONA: Remnants of the Mining Days. (Arizona Traveler Guidebook). by Carolyn Bauer.
Arizona has the town "too tough to die" (Tombstone), and Jerome is literally built on the side of a mountain. Other ghost towns are found near still-active mines. Perhaps more interesting than the towns are the stories of the people, retold here. 48 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 1-55838-095-7. Order #: AMTR7264 paper$6.95.

ILLUSTRATED KEY TO THE LIZARDS, SNAKES, AND TURTLES OF THE WEST. by Savage.
Reptile identification--beginner and advanced. Pocket booklet gives concise system for identifying at both beginning and advanced levels. This key includes all the species of reptiles known to occur in those states of the United States and provinces of Canada lying entirely or in part west of the Rocky Mountains. Characteristic habitats are indicated for each species. However, it must be remembered that individual reptiles will wander some distance into nearby ecologic situations. Naturally, a species is to be expected only within the general area indicated on the range maps. Habitats are listed on the border of each page opposite the name of each species... 187 drawings, 70 maps, 36 pages.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 978-0-911010-94-7. Order #: NAGR0927 paper$6.95.

 

INDIANS OF ARIZONA: a guide to Arizona's heritage. (Arizona Traveler Guidebook). by Eleanor H. Ayer.
Here are three things that everyone identifies with Arizona: the Grand Canyon, cactus, and the Native Americans. This book focuses on the more than 20 different tribes that exist today in Arizona. Learn about their heritage, customs, land, and more. 48 page
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 1-55838-112-0. Order #: AMTR7265 paper$6.95.

JEROME: a story of mines, men, and money. Brewer.
A historical booklet on Jerome, Arizona, classic story of Western boom and bust mining operation. Photos, 12 pages.
Inventory = 8. ISBN: 1-977856-31-2. Order #: SOPM3919paper$2.95.

LAKE MEAD IN PICTURES: the continuing story (NV). by Katherine M. Rohde.
Experience the variety of recreation in this urban wilderness park as you discover how plants, animals, and people have adapted to survive the desert's extremes of temperature and moisture. 9x12, 48 pages, 84 color photos & 2 maps.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-88714-146-3. 1999 Order #: KCPU8031 paper$11.95.

LAKE MEAD--HOOVER DAM: the story behind the scenery (AZ/NV). Maxon.
Landscapes, history, engineering of this Arizona recreation area. 48 large-format pages, color illus. 1981.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-916122-61-1. 1981. Second printing. Order #: KCPU4792 paper$8.95.

 

MONUMENT VALLEY: the story behind the scenery (AZ). Den Dooven.
The desert landscape of unusual rock formations and story of the past Indian people who have lived there, and of the present ones who still do.  Author's handwritten note on page 7.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-0-88714-219-2. 2011. Thirteenth printing. Order #: KCPU4975 paper$11.95.

 

 

 

PETRIFIED FOREST NATIONAL PARK topographic map. US Geological Survey.
Arizona. Folded.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: . AZ-01090. Order #: USGS8824 map$9.00.

PETRIFIED FOREST: the story behind the xcenery. Ash & May.
Stone trees of ancient forest, now opalized; wildlife, Indian ruins. 33 color photos, 32 large-format pages.
Inventory = 90. ISBN: None. 1981. Order #:  PEFO1086 paper$4.95.

 

PETRIFIED FOREST: the story behind the scenery. Ash.
Explains origins of stone logs, limbs, roots scattered in whole sections or pieces across this desert landscape, plus animal fossils of the region. 48 large-format pages, color illus.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: None. 1990. Ninth printing. Order #: KCPU4867 paper$8.95.

 

 

PETRIFIED FOREST IN PICTURES: the continuing story. Bowmans.
Extended captions explain the unusual opalized fossil logs of this desert national park; includes animal fossils also discovered here and ancient Indian sites plus desert plants and animals. 48 large-format pages, color illus.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-88714-056-4. 1991. First printing. Order #: KCPU4873 paper$8.95.

 

 

 

POWELL'S CANYON VOYAGE. W. L. Rusho.
History of J. W. Powell's first expedition through the Grand Canyon. 44pages, illustrated.
Inventory = 7. ISBN:0-910584-12-5 Order #: FILT0461 paper$4.00.

 

 

 

 

#RECOLLECTIONS OF PHANTOM RANCH. Simpson.
Horseback guest inn at bottom of Grand Canyon. Photos, map, 24 pages.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-9382216-08-2. Order #: GRCA0570 paper$4.95.

ROADSIDE GEOLOGY OF ARIZONA. by Halka Chronic.
Explanation of geologic and landscape history of AZ. Roadside Geology of Arizona made sense of the landscape out the car window from the rise of mountains to the spread of deserts." —Arizona Daily Star. The rise of mountains and the spread of deserts has marked the geologic history of Arizona. Landscapes that we see today are here because of landscapes of the past, and because of tremendous forces deep within the earth, forces that carry continents into collisions and then drag them apart again, forces of heat and pressure and the slow churning boil of the earth's interior. Landscape features result, too, from more comprehensible, more recent forces: the unending attack of water and wind and frost, the building of volcanoes, and the short-term geologic happenings like landslides and rockfalls, earthquakes and floods, and a gopher digging a hole. Illustrated, 335 pages.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 978-0-87842-147-3. Order #: MOPR0835 paper$20.00.

ROADSIDE HISTORY OF ARIZONA. Trimble.
Varied legends, lost-treasure stories, ghost towns, place names, ancient past of byways. Illustrated, 480 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-87842-198-X. Order #: MOPR5613 paper$20.00.

 

 

 

 

TRAIL GUIDE TO FORT BOWIE.
Early military fort in Arizona. 28 pages.
Inventory = 11. No ISBN. Order #: SOPM2168 paper$2.95.

TUMACACORI'S YESTERDAYS. Jackson.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: . Order #: SOPM3457 paper$6.95.

SAGUARO NATIONAL MONUMENT, Arizona. Shelton & Dodge.
National Park Service Handbook to relationships among land, climate, plants, wild animals, man in desert environment of Arizona. Color illustrations, 104 pages.
Inventory = 4. ISBN: 024-005-00912-4. Order #: USGB8819 paper$7.50.

SAGUARO: the desert flower book. Miller.
A couple hundred coolor drawings and notes on common flowers of Southwest deserts. 68 little pages.
Inventory =1. ISBN:0-933472-69-2. Order #: JOHN3772 paper$5.95.

 

 

 

SONORAN DESERT: the story behind the scenery. Helms.
Unusual desert landscape and wildlife zone of SW AZ, SE CA, and Baja California--with strange cactus, sand dunes, faulted mountains,and even a seacoast. 48 large-format pages, color illus. 1991.
Inventory = 1. ISBN:0-916122-71-9. 1991. Fourth printing. Order #: KCPU4891 paper$8.95.

 

 

TACEY CROMWELL. Richter.
A realistic novel of life in a turn-of-the-century Arizona mining town, portrays an industrial society whose citizens prize wealth and respectability above all else.
Inventory = 4. ISBN: 0-8263-. Order #: UNNM3760 paper$6.95.

 

Grand Canyon National Park

ANCIENT LANDSCAPES OF THE GRAND CANYON REGION. McKee.
The geology story of Zion, Bryce, Petrified Forest, Painted Desert and Grand Canyon. Illustrated, 62 pages.
Inventory =9. ISBN: 0-87358-32-2. Order #: NOLA1008 paper$4.95.

 

 

BIRDS OF THE GRAND CANYON REGION: an annotated checklist. Brown et. al.
Overview, effects of Glen Canyon dam, species seen--where and when. 50 large-format pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-938216-22-8. Order #: GRCA0573 paper$15.00.

THE ENCHANTED LIGHT: images of the Grand Canyon. Thomson.
Introductory text and photographic impressions. Photos, 80 large-format pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-89734-050-7. Order #: MUNA0914 paper$5.95.

GRAND CANYON COUNTRY. Elmer.
Tours natural wonders of this Arizona region. Color photos, 28 large-format pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-935810-42-9. Order #: AMTR4611 paper$3.95.

GRAND CANYON COUNTRY. Clark.
Guide to Grand Canyon National Park and adjacent areas--activities, natural features, ancient and modern Indian cultures. Illustrated, maps, 144 pages.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: . Order #: WETR5607paper$7.95.

GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK--a photographic and comprehensive guide. Yandell.
Park history, the canyon, geology, motorist's view. Color photos, maps, 122 large-format pages.
Inventory = 4. ISBN: None. Order #: WOWI1808 paper$7.95.

GRAND CANYON RAILROAD ILLUSTRATED GUIDEBOOK. Gerber.
Reopened line from Williams, Arizona, to Grand Canyon--history, mileposts, scenery, equipment. Fully illustrated guide to the history, ghost towns, explorations, volcanoes, wildlife, and railroad equipment. Filled with maps and illustrations, a must for railroad buffs. If you are planning to ride the train, be sure to take this with you! Illustrated, 80 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-935810-44-7. Order #: AMTR3710 paper$5.95.

GRAND CANYON TREKS II. Butchart.
Covers additional areas lately included in National park. Illustrated, 48 pages.
Inventory = 9. ISBN: 0-910856-61-3. Order #: LASI0788 paper$3.95.

 

 

 

#GRAND CANYON WILDFLOWERS. Phillips.
Describes kinds by color. Color photos, 151 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-9382216-01-5. Order #: GRCA0565 paper$16.95.

GRAND CANYON: a wish you were here book. Wilsons & Nicholas.
Photographs and captions celebrate this national park's special places. Includes mailer. 44 color photos, 48 pages.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 0-959365-04-9. Order #: SIER3955 paper$4.95.

GRAND CANYON: the story behind the scenery (AZ)--paper. Beal.
Canyon origin, fossils, rock formations, inner canyon, exploring, wildlife. 64 large-format pages, color illus.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-916122-31-X. 1986. Fourtheenth printing. Order #: KCPU4531 paper$8.95.

GRAND CANYON: the story behind the scenery (AZ)--cloth.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-916122-31-X  1983. Thirteenth printing.. Order #: KCPU2577 cloth$15.95.

 

 

GRAND CANYON: the story behind the scenery (AZ). by L. Greer Price.
Nowhere else on earth has nature produced so striking an example of the power of running water--and in doing so, exposed so much of the early history of the North American continent.And no book captures the magic of the mile-deep gorge and the ancient land around it like Grand Canyon, The Story Behind the Scenery. Its vivid photography illustrates vast landscapes disappearing on the horizon in either direction.These are among the last sanctuaries in North America of the wild and inaccessible.
"So grand a statement, even for nature to make," wrote one visitor, but there is more to it than landscape.  The stories of Grand Canyon include the intimate and the human; they weave a complex pattern whose character becomes apparent in the larger view.  
While it is the scenic and geologic significance that impress most visitors initially, the human history of the area is remarkable.  Revealing that history and the natural history of the Grand Canyon, The Story Behind the Scenery is extraordinary in its diverse interpretive text and high definition photography.
Author and Professional Geologist L. Greer Price spent most of his National Park Service career at Grand Canyon National Park.  With his back ground in Historical Geology and Paleontology, he brings a unique vision and understanding to the interpretive excellence of The Story Behind the Scenery.
64 pages, 9" x 12", 80 color photos & 3 maps.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-0-88714-060-0. 2010. Twenty-ninth printing. Order #: KCPU8146 paper$11.95.

GRAND CANYON IN PICTURES: the continuing story (AZ). Connie Rudd.
Landscapes, river carving, boating the inner canyon, wildlife, and more--shown in photography with extended captions. 48 large-format pages, color illus., map. 1990
Inventory =1. ISBN: 0-87114-046-7 1990. First printing. Order #: KCPU8022 paper$8.95.

GRAND CANYON IN PICTURES: nature's continuing story (AZ). Connie Rudd.
Landscapes, river carving, boating the inner canyon, wildlife, and more--shown in photography with extended captions. 48 large-format pages, color illus., map.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-978-088714-046-4. 2010. Fourtheenth printing. Order #: KCPU9125 paper$11.95.

 

 

 

A GUIDE TO GRAND CANYON VILLAGE HISTORIC DISTRICT. Manns.
Park headquarters, early railways, tourist features. Photos, maps, 24 pages.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-938216-05-8. Order #: GRCA0568 paper$4.95.

GUIDE TO HIKING THE INNER CANYON (A): Grand Canyon National Park. Thybony.
Permits, weather, south-rim and north-rim trails. Photos, maps, 48 pages.
Inventory = 5. ISBN: 0-938216-12-0. Order #: GRCA0561 paper$5.95.

A GUIDE TO THE GRANDVIEW TRAIL AND HORSESHOE MESA. Good.
Tells mining history and tourism of area in Grand Canyon National park, at points of interest. Photos, 24 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-938216-24-4. Order #: GRCA6295 paper$3.95.

GUIDE TO THE NORTH KAIBAB TRAIL. Berkowitz.
Trail history, geology, ecology, scenery, directions for trail between inner Grand Canyon and north rim. Maps, drawings, 34 pages.
Inventory = 5. ISBN: 0-938216-10-4. Order #: GRCA0563 paper$3.95.

GUIDE TO THE SOUTH KAIBAB TRAIL. Houk.
Geology, wildlife, flowers, trail directions from south rim into Grand Canyon. Drawings, map, 27 pages.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 0-938216-15-5. Order #: GRCA0569 paper$3.95.

 

I IS FOR INDIANS OF THE SOUTHWEST: the story behind the scenery (AZ/NM). Rosen & Baird.
Children's story telling of the Southwest character and heritage. Large-format pages, color illus.
Inventory =2. ISBN: 0-88714-211-7. 2000. Order #: KCPU8108 paper $9.95.

 

 

 

ON FOOT IN THE GRAND CANYON: hiking the trails of the South Rim. Spangler.
Guidebook for hikers. Maps, photos, 200 pages.
Inventory = 5. ISBN: 0-87108-630-1. Order #: PRUE6539 paper$14.95.

 

 

A SKETCH OF GRAND CANYON PREHISTORY. Jones.
Overview of early native Americans--pottery, dwellings, rock art, foods. Photos, drawings, 15 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-938216-02-3. Order #: GRCA0572paper$4.95.

 

TAPESTRIES IN SAND: the spirit of Indian sandpainting. by David Villasenor.
Legends and meanings of serpents, swastikas, rainbows, other Navajo symbols. Explains the inner meaning of some 30 sandpaintings, such as the Whirling Rainbows, Chiricahua Sun Sandpainting, and Big Thunder.14 color illustrations, 112 pages.
Inventory = 13. ISBN: 978-0-911010-22-0. Order #: NAGR0948 paper$13.95.

THE TREE ARMY:a pictorial history of the Civilian Conservation Corps, 1933-1942 (book). by Stan Cohen.
The New Deal programs of President Franklin D. Roosevelt changed the life of every American from the time of his inauguration in 1933 down to the present. There is general agreement that one of the best programs—and certainly one that left a remarkable visual legacy of conservation work—was the Civilian Conservation Corps. 8 1/2"x 11", 192 pages, 193 photos.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-933126-11-5. Order #: PIHI5797 paper$14.95.

New Mexico

BANDELIER NATIONAL MONUMENT. Noble.
Geology, history & prehistory of New Mexico Indian pueblo of cliff dwellings and valley sites. 32 pages."
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-277-089-X. Order #: SCAR1904 paper$4.95.

BEAUTIFUL NEW MEXICO. Ryan.
Wildflowers, mountains, desert, Indian adobes. Color photos, 72 large-format pages.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 0-89802-072-7. Order #: BEAM0115 paper$7.95.

BIRDS OF NEW MEXICO'S NATIONAL PARK LANDS. Hubbards.
Compilation provides broad view of birding possibilities in the 11 national monuments and parsk of New Mexcico. 40 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-935810-40-4. Order #: AMTR6550 paper$3.95

 

BRIEF HISTORY OF NEW MEXICO (A). Jenkins.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-8263-0370-6. Order #: UNNM4367 paper$7.95.

#CARLSBAD CAVERNS: silent chambers, timeless beauty. Barnett.
Cave formation, exploration, natural features of New Mexico national park. Color photos, 36 large-format pages.
Inventory = 13. ISBN: None. Order #: CACA1888 paper$4.95.

 

 

 

CHACO CULTURE NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK. Vivian.
Audio cassette tour with archeologist of Anasazi Indian sites.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: . Order #: SOPM5587 audio$9.95.

EASY FIELD GUIDE TO COMMON MAMMALS OF NEW MEXICO. Nelsons.
Describes 30 species found in this region, like desert cottontail, weasel, lion, bobcat, pronghorn. Drawings, 32 little pages.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-935810-22-6. Order #: AMTR7244 paper$3.95.

 

EASY FIELD GUIDE TO COMMON TREES OF NEW MEXICO. Nelsons.
Native trees are described in this guide, identifying characteristics and facts about leaves, cones and seed pods. 32 little pages.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 0-935810-23-4. Order #: AMTR1986 paper$3.95.

FORT SELDEN, NEW MEXICO. Cohrs.
Story of 1865 military fort built at edge of waterless "Journey of Death" desert to protect settlers and travelers. Illustrated, 32 large-format pages.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 0-89013-084-1. Order #: MUNM4021 paper$3.95.

FORT SUMNER, NEW MEXICO. Wilson.
History of military post where Navajo native Americans were taken after losing their freedom to Kit Carson; it was the end of their "Long Walk." Illustrated, 20 large-format pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: . MUNM6431 paper$3.95.

 GRAN QUIVIRA; Salinas National Monument.
Park guide to ancient Indian ruin in New Mexico gives history; architecture of pueblo and mission. Photos, drawings, 32 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: . Order #: SOPM1326 paper$3.95.

GUIDE TO THE NEW MEXICO MOUNTAINS. Ungnade.
Covers 75 mountain ranges--climbing routes, auto routes, rivers, caves, winter trips. Maps, 235 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-8263-0242-4. Order #: UNNM1614 paper$10.95.

GRANT OF KINGDOM. Fergusson.
Historical novel of vast New Mexico Maxwell Land Grant of nearly 2 million acres in years after the Civil War. Centered near Cimarron and set in mountains and valley of northern New Mexico, peopled with unforgettable characters. 325 pages.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-8263-0396-X. Order #: UNEM3918 paper$7.95.

HAUNTED HIGHWAYS: the ghost towns of New Mexico. Looney.
Histories of once lively towns and camps that didn't make it. Photos, 220 large-format pages.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-8263-0506-7. Order #: UNEM1605 paper$17.95.

NEW LIGHT ON CHACO CANYON. Noble.
Chaco prehistory, "road" network, rock art, environment, early astronomy. 108 large-format pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-933452-10-1. Order #: SCAR8017 paper$12.95.

NEW MEXICO: the shining land. Sinclair.
Essays that portray the power, magic, and mystery of New Mexico's history, geography, and culture. Photos, 197 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-8263-0654-3. Order #: UNNM3910 paper$12.95.

NEW MEXICO, TEXAS GHOST TOWNS. Florin.
Anecdotes of 25 old cities with their blacksmith shops, turquoise and gold mines, churches, and schools. 65 photos, 80 large-format pages.
Inventory = 14. None.. Order #: ZZBS0401 paper$5.95.

 

 

 

PARKS AND MONUMENTS OF NEW MEXICO, COLORADO, AND UTAH. (Southwest Traveler Guidebook). by Deborahann Smith.
Whether you live in the Southwest or plan to take a vacation here, you are amazed at the beauty of the parks and monuments in the area. No one takes them for granted. 32 locales await you. And if you're heading to Arizona, be sure to grab that book, too! 48 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 1-55838-146-5. Order #: AMTR7609 paper$6.95.

 

 

ROADSIDE GEOLOGY OF NEW MEXICO. Halka Chronic.
Roadside landscapes--deserts, plateaus, volcanic uplands, peaks, plains. "With desert lowlands in the south and high peaks to the north, New Mexico presents many faces to its residents and visitors . . . faces that in part can be attributed to the state's varied geology." —California Geology. The "Land of Enchantment," New Mexico is as varied in its scenery as its nickname suggests. With desert lowlands in the south and high, hoary peaks in the north, with rugged volcanic uplands and colorful plateaus, with high plains along its eastern border, and with a great rift valley that quite literally slashes the state in two, New Mexico's landscape tells a dramatic story that spans more than one billion years. Illustrated, 260 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-87842-209-9. Order #: MOPR9636 paper$20.00.

 

ROADSIDE HISTORY OF NEW MEXICO. by Francis Fugate and Roberta Fugate.
1990 Western Writers of America Spur Award. Indian, Spanish, and Anglo cultures as discovered along roadways. It provides a skillfully crafted . . . synthesis of the historical background of countless communities and other sites along the roadsides that crisscross New Mexico's vast landscape." —Journal of the West. ew Mexico's heritage spans more than four and a half centuries. Roadside History of New Mexico brings the state's history to vibrant life. 483 pages, illustrated. Out of print.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-0-87842-242-5. Order #: MOPR5701 paper$20.00.

 

SALINAS: archaeology, history, prehistory. Noble.
New Mexico area includes pueblo Indian and Spanish mission sites of Gran Quivira, Quarai, and Abo. Illustrated, maps, 40 large-format pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-941270-78-5. Order #: ANCI8013 paper$8.95.

SAN JUAN RIVER by Richard Twarog.
New Mexico's San Juan River and Navajo Lake are gloriously featured in this well-written and beautifully-photographed book from professional photographer Richard Twarog. Rich with history and spectacular scenery, Twarog explores the history, landscape, structures, and early residents of the area.  The famous San Juan Worm and other productive patterns are discussed, as well as effective fly-fishing techniques, equipment, and various fish species you'll encounter.  Personal essays and interviews with local guides provide depth and personality, beyond just a guidebook this book puts you on the banks of the San Juan, heart and soul. 88 pages, large-format, all color.
Inventory = 1. . ISBN: 1-57188-373-8. Order #: FRAM5489 paper$19.95

THE STATE PARKS OF NEW MEXICO. Young.
Guide to 44 sites of archeology, history, nature, and recreation. Photos, 170 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-8263-0740-X. Order #: UNNM1616 paper$11.95.

WHITE SANDS: wind, sand, and time. Atkinson.
Natural and human history of White Sands National Monument, New Mexico. 13 color photos, 44 large-format pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: . Order #: SOPM1306 paper$3.95.

WILDFLOWERS ALONG FOREST AND MESA TRAILS. Bernard.
Guide to 80 species in New Mexico. Drawings, 194 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0*8263-0730-2. Order #: UNEM1621 paper$9.95.

ZUNI & EL MORRO: past and present. Noble & Woodbury.
History, prehistory, culture of Zuni native Americans, plus scenic El Morro National Monument, in New Mexico. Illustrated,  maps, 40 pages. lg. format
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-941270-77-7. Order #: ANCI8014 paper$8.95.

ZUNI FETISHES: expanded edition (NM).
Cushing's classic book is incorporated into this expanded edition which presents modern fetishes by the Zunis and explains its cultural significance.9x12, 48 pages, 59 color photos.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-88714-144-7. 1999. First printing. Order #: KCPU8158 paper$12.95

 Texas

ROADSIDE GEOLOGY OF TEXAS. by Darwin Spearing.
Rocks along roads--origin and occurrence of mineral resources and land features. The book explains in non-technical language how geologic processes shaped the landcsapes we see as we drive along Texas's primary highways." —Texas Highways. The geologic panorama of Texas is as wide as the state is big, sweeping from volcanic mesas and thrusting mountains in the west to the red canyons of the Panhandle, along tropical sand barriers of the Gulf Coast, and across central limestone plateaus to the hard granitic terrain of central Texas. Learn about the rocks as you come to them--what they are, when they formed, what they mean, and how they fit into the big picture of the geology of Texas. Illustrated, 432 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-0-87842-265-4. Order #: MOPR0837 paper$24.00

 

ROADSIDE HISTORY OF TEXAS. by Leon Metz.
The best book thus far in an altogether excellent series, a cornucopia of beautiful, often funny, anecdotes and data on every corner of the vast state." óRocky Mountain News. This book guides visitors and residents along the state's highways and through its past to reveal the key figures and events that have made Texas what it is today. Overview of state, its regions, people and places along roadways. Illus., 489 pages.  Out of print.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-87842-297-8. Order #: MOPR8147paper$20.00.

6 CENTRAL TEXAS AUTO TOURS. McIlvain.
Roadside discoveries of historic and legendary sites, natural beauty, unusual shops, eating places, hidden landmarks. 85 illustrations,  228 pages.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-89015-242-X. Order #: EAKI4987 paper$9.95.

ADMIRAL OF THE HILLS: Chester W. Nimitz. Driskill.
Biography from the Texas hill country of this American naval hero who commanded the Pacific Fleet in World War II. 82 photos, 312 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-89015-364-7. Order #: EAKI3778 cloth$14.95.

#ALAMO AND THE TEXAN WAR OF INDEPENDENCE (THE). Haythornthwaite.
Covers uniforms and personal equipment of these soldiers. Photos, 48 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-85045-684-3. Order #: STAC4239 paper$12.95.

BACK ROADS OF TEXAS. Thollander.
Captures spirit of rural landscapes, history, and humor. Illustrated, maps, 204 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-87358-215-2. Order #: NOLA9118 paper$11.95.

BEAUTIFUL DALLAS. Will.
Wildflower fields, city skylines, building architecture, parks. Color photos, 72 large-format pages.
Inventory = 11. ISBN: 0-89802-097-2 Order #: BEAM0118 paper$7.95.

BEAUTIFUL TEXAS. Will.
Deserts, wildflowers, cattle range, mountains, historic buildings, The Alamo. Color photos, 72 large-format pages.
Inventory = 50. ISBN: 0-915796-74-0. Order #: BEAM0125paper$8.95.

 

 

BIG BEND: the story behind the scenery. Sperling.
Geology, plant life, animals, history of this Texas national park. 48 large-format pages, color illus.
Inventory =1.ISBN: 0-88741-101-3. 1995. Order #: KCPU4679 paper$8.95

 

BIG BEND NATIONAL PARK topographic map. U.S. Geological Survey.
Texas. Folded.
Inventory = 2. ISBN:. TX-00331. Order #: USGS9596 map$9.00.

THE BIG BEND OF THE RIO GRANDE.  Maxwell.
Rocks, geologic history, and settlers of Big Bend National park area, Texas. Illustrated, 144 pages., geologic map.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: None. Order #: BUEG2292paper$9.95.

BIG BEND--three steps to the sky. Deckert.
Human and natural history of Texas national park's river, desert, and mountain environments. 50 color photos, 44 large-format pages.
Inventory = 4. ISBN: None. Order #: BIBE0177 paper$3.95.

BIG BEND. Moss.
National Park Service Handbook to Texas National park gives introduction and history, natural history, with travel guide to desert and canyons. Illustrated, 128 pages.
Inventory = 5. ISBN: 024-005-00908-6. Order #: USGB2437 paper$7.95.

BIG BEND: a homesteader's story. Langford.
Illustrated, 191 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-292-70734-7. Order #: UNTX4735 paper$9.95.

BIRDING TRAILS TEXAS: prairies and pineywoods; panhandle. Foster.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-1-932098-90-7. Order #: WIAP7825 paper$8.95.

 

 

DAVID CROCKETT: the man behind the myth. Burke.
Photos, 304 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-89015-437-6. Order #: EAKI4980 cloth$15.95.

 

EXPLORING GULF ISLANDS NATIONAL SEASHORE.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 978-158592-036-5. Order #: GLPE5088 paper$14.95.

FREDERICKSBURG: self-guiding auto tour. Hubbard.
Tourguide to this Texas area of scenic hill country and history (Lyndon B Johnson National Historic Site & Admiral Nimitz State Historic Park). 20 pages.
Inventory = 1 ISBN: None. Order #: AWAN3100 paper$3.00.

THE GENUINE TEXAS HANDBOOK. Kent.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: . Order #: WORK3741 paper$6.95.

GEOLOGIC FIELD GUIDE TO PADRE ISLAND NATIONAL SEASHORE. Corpus Christi Geological Society.
Biology, geology, and history of island off Texas; beach processes, shells, birdlife, beach animals. Illustrated, 63 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: . Order #: PAIS2410 paper$6.00.

GUADALUPE MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK: its story and its scenery. Barnett.
History, geology, wildlife of Texas desert National park. Color photos, 32 large-format pages.
Inventory = 10. ISBN: None. Order #: CACA1889 paper$4.95.

GUIDE TO TEXAS & THE SOUTHWEST. Hitchcock.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: . Order #: BUFR2476 paper$4.95.

HISTORIC SAN ANTONIO and the Texas Border Country. Driskill.
Presents this colorful Texas city, the nearby Hill country, and the Mexican border area of Laredo County, Eagle Pass, and Del Rio. Photos, maps, 160 pages.
Inventory = 2.ISBN: 0-89015-357-4. Order #: EAKI4985 paper$7.95.

HISTORIC TEXAS HOTELS & COUNTRY INNS. Johnson.
Presents the old stagecoach inns, steamboat inns, railroad hotels, coastal resorts, and grand city hotels where Texas history was made. 142 photos, 240 pages.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-89005-322-1. Order #: EAKI4986 paper$8.95.

HOLD AUTUMN IN YOUR HAND. Perry.
Novel of an East Texas tenant farmer struggling to support his family in the 1930s Depression and drought. 260 pages.
Inventory = 4. ISBN: 0-8263-0377-3. Order #: UNEM3916 paper$10.95.

INDIAN LIFE IN THE TEXAS BIG BEND. Museum of the Big Bend.
Beginner's introduction to archeology; children's activity book; summarizes history of native Americans in Big Bend National park, Texas. Illustrated, 24 pages.
Inventory = 7. ISBN: None. Order #: BIBE0174 paper$2.50.

LBJ COUNTRY.
Guide to LB Johnson National Historic Site & Fredericksburg, Texas. 58 color illustrations, 40 pages.
Inventory = 5. ISBN: None. Order #: AWAN6171 paper$4.95.

NEW MEXICO, TEXAS GHOST TOWNS. Florin.
Anecdotes of 25 old cities with their blacksmith shops, turquoise and gold mines, churches, and schools. 65 photos, 80 large-format pages.
Inventory = 14. None. Order #: ZZBS0401 paper$5.95.

 

PHOTOGRAPHING WILD TEXAS. Bauer.
Step-by-step guide takes a fresh look at the natural spots of this state and shows how to transfer the sights to film. 94 color photos.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-292-79497-9. Order #: UNTX4711 paper$14.95.

QUADRANGLE: the history of Fort Sam Houston. Cagle.
Role of this Texas fort of over 100 years--supply depot for Rough Riders in Spanish American war, later events. Photos, 200 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-89015-463-5. Order #: EAKI4972 cloth$14.95.

THE RAVEN: the story of Sam Houston. J ames.
Biography of the man who built Texas--from the frontier to state governor to senator. 384 pages.
Inventory = 3. ISBN: 0-89176-022-9. Order #: MOCK3589 paper$4.95.

RENDEZVOUS AT THE ALAMO. Baugh.
Highlights in the lives of Bowie, Crockett, and Travis and how they came from different paths to a common fate in l836 when this San Antonio mission fell to the Mexican army. Illustrated, 261 pages.
Inventory = 6. ISBN: 0-8032-6074-1. Order #: UNNE1956 paper$10.95.

RIVER GUIDE TO THE RIO GRANDE: general iInformation. National Park Service.
Big Bend National park--contains river regulations, equipment needs, hints for successful trip. Photos, 24 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: . Order #: BIBE0170 paper$3.95.

ROADSIDE FLOWERS OF TEXAS. Irwin.
Presents  257 of the loveliest and most prevalent--description and identification. 257 color paintings, 305 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-292-77009-X. Order #: UNTX4733 paper$12.95.

SAN ANTONIO: a historical and pictorial guide. Ramsdell.
Past and present of this distinctive Texan city: historic districts, missions, museums, scenic features, sights. 123 illustrations,  8 maps, 320 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-292-77605-5. Order #: UNTX4728 paper$8.95.

#THE SECOND TEXAS INFANTRY: From Shiloh to Vicksburg. Chance.
Describes service in Civil War of this Confederate group. Photos, 230 pages.
Inventory = 1. Order #: ZZXS5181 cloth$13.95.

SIX YEARS WITH THE TEXAS RANGERS: 1875-1881. Gillett.
Classic account of recruit's service depicts how rangers maintained law and order on the frontier: captures, Indian pursuits, feuds, shootings. Ill, 294p.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-8032-5844-5. Order #: UNNE2296 paper$19.95.

#TERRELL'S TEXAS CAVALRY: the wild horsemen of the Plains in the Civil War. Spencer.
History of this Texas Confederate cavalry regiment. Photos, 224 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-89015-300-0. Order #: EAKI4977cloth$12.95.

TEXAS AUTO TRAILS: the South and the Rio Grande Valley. McIlvain.
Entertaining and informative set of driving tours through this region. Illustrated.
 Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-292-78064-8. Order #: UNTYX4710 paper$9.95.

THE TEXAS RANGERS. Hardin.
Development of this police force from its beginnings as Indian fighters to its role today.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 1-85532-155-6. Order #: STAC6482 paper$11.95.

TEXAS RHAPSODY: Memories of a Native Son. Porterfield.
True yarns of rural and working folk in Texas. 284 pages. Originally published by Holt, Rinehart, & Winston at $13.95.
Inventory =10. ISBN:0-03-059294-1. Order #: ZZTB6259 cloth$3.98.

TEXAS SHELLS: a field guide. Andrews.
Illustrated.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-292-72431-4. Order #: UNTX4734 paper$8.95.

TEXAS SHOW CAVES. Sinise.
Descriptions of 7 underground chambers in Texas--pristine beauty in waterfalls, rivers, lakes, formations. Photos, 120 pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-89015-377-9. Order #: EAKI4982 paper$5.95.

TEXAS WILDFLOWERS: a field guide. Campbell & Loughmiller.
381 color illustrations.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-292-78060-5 Order #: UTEX4705 paper$12.95.

TOUR GUIDE TO NORTH TEXAS. Gonzalez.
Seven auto tours out of Dallas/Ft Worth to NE Texas, Red River country, Brazos belt, and Texas fort trails. Photos, maps, 232 pages.
Inventory = 2. ISBN: 0-89015-356-6. Order #: EAKI4984 paper$8.95.

WHERE RAINBOWS WAIT FOR RAIN: the Big Bend country. Lynn & Fenker.
Photographs and poems of this south Texas region--open spaces, volcanic badlands, limestone canyons, mountains in the shimmering heat of Chihuahuan desert. Black and white photos, 102 large-format pages.
Inventory = 1. ISBN: 0-940352-06-0. Order #: MISC4020 cloth$25.00.

 

 

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