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New Mexico History Primary Sources a-H

New Mexico History Primary Sources a-H

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This is A-H of Yale's Western Americana Collection regarding New Mexico History. These are primary sources for you to use in your research.
This is A-H of Yale's Western Americana Collection regarding New Mexico History. These are primary sources for you to use in your research.

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Western Americana Sources Bibliography New Mexico
available to researchers asmicrofilm. Also see Yale’s site at
General References New Mexico HistoryRamón A. Gutiérrez,
When Jesus Came, the Corn Mothers Went Away: Marriage, Sexuality and Power in New Mexico, 1500–1846 
(Stanford, Calif., 1991), esp. 146–48.Cynthia Radding,
Wandering Peoples: Colonialism, Ethnic Spaces and EcologicalFrontiers in Northwestern Mexico, 1700–1850
(Durham, N.C., 1997), 70–75.Spicer, "Spanish-Indian Acculturation in the Southwest,"
 American Anthropologist 
56(August 1954): 663–78. See also Weber,
Spanish Frontier in North America
, 77.John Francis Bannon,
The Spanish BorderlandsFrontier, 1513–1821
(New York, 1970), 37.Western Americana Sources Bibliography New MexicoThe Collection of Western Americana consists of books, manuscripts, maps, art, prints,photographs, and printed ephemera which document the exploration, settlement, anddevelopment of the Trans-Mississippi West through World War I. The collection, renowned forits holdings in nineteenth-century government surveys of the region, also contains extensivematerial about the history and culture of Native American communities throughout the West, andon the history of the Spanish Southwest, Texas, the Pacific Northwest, early Mormonism, andthe overland trails experience.American and Foreign Anti-SlaverySociety.Address to the inhabitants of New Mexico and California, on the omission by Congress toprovide them with territorial governments, and on the social and political evils of slavery.New York, The Am. & for. anti-slavery society. 184956 p. 18.5 cm.; Signed by William Jay, Arthur Tappan, Simeon S. Jocelyn, and others.;Attributed to Peter H. Burnett by Cowan in his Bibl. of hist. of Calif.; Howes, U.S.Iana, no.B.999.Arlegui José, fray, 18th cent.Chronica de la provincia de n. s. p. s. Francisco de Zacatecas: compuesta por el m. r. p. fr.Joseph Arlegui.Mexico, J. Bernardo de Hogal. 1737
15 p.l., 412, [17] p. 20.5 cm.; Title in red and black.; Signatures: [*]1 g-ggg4gggg2A-Hhh4(Hhh4, blank, only a stub remains).; Pages 227-232 contain an account of the expeditionsto New Mexico of Fr. Agustin Rodriguez and Antonio de Espejo.; Wagner, The SpanishSouthwest, no. 99.Reel: 14, Item No. 213Arny, William Frederick Milton, 1813-1881.Interesting items regarding New Mexico: its agricultural, pastoral and mineral resources,people, climate, soil, scenery, etc.Santa Fé, Manderfield & Lucker, printers. 1873By W.F.M. Arny, acting governor of New Mexico.; 112 p. 21 cm.; Original wrappers.; Howes,U.S.Iana, no. A.335.Reel: 15, ItemNo. 226Ashtabula Sentinel. Ohio.Ashtabula S[entinel].Jefferson, Ohio, Thursday. [April 7, 1859]Volume XXVIII, [no. 14].; [109]-116 p. 49.3 x 33.4 cm.; Unbound. Part of first leaf cut away.;John Udell's letter of March 5, 1859, dated from Alberquerque[!], New Mexico, occupies thefirst two columns on p. 113. The letter contains a long description of his troubles with theIndians.Reel: 15, Item No. 230.1Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fé Railroad Company.A glimpse of the Southwest; New Mexico, rich in gold, silver, copper.Chicago, Poole Bros. [printers]. [1884]The Santa Fé route runs from north to south through the fertile Rio Grande valley ...; folder ([22]p.) illus. (maps.) 21 cm.Reel: 16, Item No. 240Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fé Railroad Company.Pointers on the Southwest.Topeka, Kan., Sexton, printer. 1883Description of the cities, towns and country along the line of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Feand western connections in Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, OldMexico, Arizona andCalifornia.; 84 p. illus., fold. map. 20 cm.; Advertising matter on most of the versos.; Originalwrappers.Reel: 16, Item No. 244Avery, A.Hand-book and travelers' guide of New Mexico.Denver, Colo., E. Price & Co., printers. 1881
for tourists, miners, capitalists and emigrants.; 106, [14] p. illus., fold. map. 15 cm.; Includesadvertising matter.; Original wrappers have title: Hand-book of New Mexico and Durango,Colo.; Howes, U.S.Iana, no. A.420.Reel: 17, Item No. 278Bancroft, Hubert Howe, 1832-1918.The works of Hubert Howe Bancroft.San Francisco, A.L. Bancroft & company.v. 1 -3.Reel: 22Bancroft, Hubert Howe, 1832-1918.The works of Hubert Howe Bancroft.San Francisco, A.L. Bancroft & company. 1882-9039 v. front. (port.) illus., maps. 24 cm.; Vols. 8, 14, 16-17, 22-26, 29-32, 34-39 published by theHistory co.; For discussion of authorship and authors see Quarterly of the Oregon historicalsociety, v. 4 (1903) p. 287-364. Contents.--v. 1-5. The native races. 1882-1883.--v. 6-8. Historyof Central America. 1883-87.--v. 9-14. History of Mexico. 1883-88.--v. 17. History of Arizonaand New Mexico. 1889.--v. 18-24. History of California. 1884-90.--v. 25. History of Nevada,Colorado, and Wyoming. 1890.--v. 26. History of Utah. 1889.--v. 27-28. History of thenorthwest coast. 1884.--v. 29-30, History of Oregon. 1886-88.--v. 31. History of Washington,Idaho, and Montana. 1890.--v. 32. History of British Columbia. 1887.--v. 33. History of Alaska.1886.--v. 34. California pastoral. 1888.--v. 35. California inter pocula. 1888.--v. 36-37. Populartribunals. 1887.--v. 38. Essays and miscellany. 1890.--v. 39. Literary industories. 1890.; Howes,U.S.IANA, no. B.91.Reel: 22 -34, Item No. 321Bandelier,Adolph Francis Alphonse, 1840-1914.The delight makers.New York, Dodd, Mead and company. [c1890]iv, 490 p. 19.5 cm.; Howes, U.S.IANA, no. B.94.Reel: 34, Item No. 323Bandelier, Adolph Francis Alphonse, 1840-1914.... Final report of investigations among the Indians of the southwestern United States, carriedon mainly in the years from 1880 to 1885.Cambridge [Mass.] Printed by J. Wilson and son. 1890-922 v. 10 pl. (incl. front., v. 1) double map, 3 plans (incl. fold. front., v. 2) 23.5 cm. (Papers of theArchaeological institute of America. American series. III-IV); Howes, U.S.IANA, no. B.95.Reel: 34, Item No. 324Bandelier, Adolph Francis Alphonse, 1840-1914.The gilded man (El Dorado) and other pictures of the Spanish occupancy of America.New York, D. Appleton and company. 1893

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