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Account of the Journey tot he Provinces and Settlements of New Mexico, 1583  by Antonio de Espejo  1916   WHS

Albuquerque business directory for 1883.    Armijo Brothers & Borradaile, 1883  Arc   OpL   EVD

Aztec Ruins National Monument, New Mexico , by John Maxwell Corbett   NPS

Bandelier National Monument, New Mexico   by Kittridge A. Wing   NPS

California and New Mexico.     United States. President (1849-1850 : Taylor)    Washington,: 1850   MoA

A Campaign in New Mexico with Colonel Doniphan ,    by Frank S. Edwards   KaC

Clippings on New Mexican Indian education and other Indian problems      188-?    OpL

Colorado volunteers in the civil war; the New Mexico campaign in 1862    by William Clarke Whitford, 1828-1902  Denver : The State historical and natural history society, 1906nbsp;  OpL 

The conquest of California and New Mexico, by the forces of the United States, in the years 1846 & 1847      by James Madison   Cutts,   Philadelphia : Carey & Hart, 1847    OpL

Dancing Gods: Indian Ceremonials of New Mexico & Arizona [Pueblo, Hopi, Navajo, Zuni, & Apache]    by Erna Fergusson,   NY 1931   STx

Desert   Drums the Pueblo Indians of New Mexico 1540-1928     by Leo Crane    Little, Brown and Co, 1928   OpL

Documentary history of the Rio Grande Pueblos of New Mexico      by Adolph Francis Alphonse   Bandelier, 1840-1914 [Santa Fé? N. M.] 1910-     OpL

Heart of the Southwest: A Selective Bibliography of Novels, Stories and Tales Laid in Arizona and New Mexico and Adjacent Lands,    by Lawrence Clark Powell  AZ

Historical Introduction to Studies Among the Sedentary Indians of New Mexico; Report on the Ruins of the Pueblo of Pecos - Papers of the Archćological Institute of America, American Series, Vol. I      by Adolph Bandelier   MBk

Indian hostilities in New Mexico : message of the President of the United States, transmitting, in compliance with a resolution of the House, information concerning Indian hostilities in the Territory of New Mexico      by United States. President (1857-1861 : Buchanan) US Congress. House. Committee on the Library    Washington, D.C. 1860      OpL

The Leading Facts of New Mexican History    by Ralph Emerson Twitchell   1917    Goo

Leonard Wood County, New Mexico : a leader in the stock industry, especially in sheep raising, agriculture in the River Valley .  1904?   Har

Life of Major General Zachary Taylor; With Notices of the War in New Mexico, California, and in Southern Mexico; and Biographical Sketches of Officers Who Have Distinguished Themselves in the War With Mexico   by John Frost    UC

Luna County, New Mexico : one of the leading stock and range sections of the Southwest ; a heavy mineral producer and a railroad center . [1903?].   Har

The marvellous country, or, Three years in Arizona and New Mexico.: Containing an authentic history of this wonderful country and its ancient civilization ... a full and complete history of the Apache tribe of Indians ...   by Samuel Woodworth Cozzens, 1834-1878.   Boston,: Lee and Shepard, 1876   MoA  

Narrative of Some Things of New Spain and of the Great City of Temestitan, Mexico ,   trans. by Marshall H. Saville   Ant

New Mexico Historical Review Comprehensive Index To Volume I XV      by Lansing B. Bloom     The Historical Society of New Mexico, 1941     OpL

San Juan County, New Mexico : the best watered of all the counties of New Mexico 1902.   Har

Santa Fe , New Mexico        by John Peabody Harrington,  Washington, D.C : American Anthropologist, 1920       OpL

The Pony Rider Boys in New Mexico    by Frank Gee Patchin      XO     Gut      OLB

The Roswell Report: Fact Versus Fiction in the New Mexico Desert   by Richard L. Weaver and James McAndrew   1995   IIT

Sanctuaries of Spanish New Mexico    by Marc Treib  Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993    UCP

Santa Fe, ancient and modern: including its resources and industries, with numerous illustrations, and a map of the county . Ritch, W. G. 1885.  Har

The Urine Dance of the Zuni Indians of New Mexico    by John Gregory Bourke 1920    Arc     OpL

Francisco de 1601: Investigation of Conditions in New Mexico, 1601    by Mercado Valverde     WHS

Quilles, Mario Works, pottery, 199-? [New Mexico] 200-?     GAS

The Spanish Archives of New Mexico: Comp. and Chronologically Arranged with Historical,...     by Ralph Emerson Twitchell. 1914    Goo

Socorro County, New Mexico : the largest and the richest in resources of New  Mexico counties . 1904.  Har

Taos County, New Mexico : a beauty spot 1902.   Har

Spanish Mission Churches of New Mexico     by L. Bradford Prince,   1915     UAz

To the Congress of the United States,: by R. H. Weightman (1818-1861), Senator-elect, state of New Mexico.   Requesting the passage of a bill declaring   New Mexico one of the United States of America on certain conditions.      by Richard Hanson Weightman, Washington:  Gideon and co, 1851    MoA

The Urine Dance of the Zuni Indians of New Mexico      by John Gregory Bourke   1920    Arc

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