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Book Signing by Kyle Longley

Friday, April 11, 2014 at the Arizona History Convention, Prescott

University Press of Kansas, 2013. Dust jacket $34.95

In 1966, nine young men left the Arizona mining camp of Morenci to serve their country in the jungles of Vietnam, in danger zones from Hue to Khe Sanh. Ultimately, only three survived. Each battled survivor's guilt, difficul re-entries into civilian life and trauma from combat and losing close friends. Longely's account presents their story as unique by setting and cicumstance, yet typical of the sacrifices borne by small towns all across America.

To preorder your personally inscribed copy, contact Guidon Books at 480 945-8811 or email us at bookmaster@guidon.com

 


Wyatt Earp - Tombstone

johnsonmclaurys

The McLaurys in Tombstone, Arizona: An O.K. Corral Obituary

by Paul Johnson. University of North Texas Press, 2012. Dust jacket. $29.95

On a chilly October afternoon in 1881, two brothers named Tom and Frank McLaury were gunned down on the streets of Tombstone, Arizona, by the Earp brothers and Doc Holliday. The deadly event became known as the gunfight at the O.K. Corral, and in a quirk of fate, the brothers’ names became well-known, but only as bad men and outlaws. Did they deserve that reputation?  The McLaurys in Tombstone, Arizona: An O.K. Corral Obituary explores this question, revealing details of their family background and the context of their lives on the frontier.

Signed by the author.

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  1. Aggeler, Geoff. Confessions of John Ringo: A Fictional Memoir of Johnny Ringo, Guerrilla and Outlaw. 1st edition. E. P. Dutton, 1987. Dust jacket. $25.00 *
  2. Alexander, Bob. John H. Behan: Sacrificed Sheriff. Introduction by Paula Mitchell Marks. A well researched biography that shatters the myths and distortions surrounding Behan. Limited to 500 hardcover copies. Signed by the author. High-Lonesome Books, 2002. Dust jacket, spine discolored. $50.00 *

  3. SOLD Arizona Territorial Justice Forum. "A Protracted Law Suit": Arizona Territorial Justice and the Tombstone Townsite Company. 2001. Soft cover, oversize. $10.00

  4. Aros, Joyce. The Cochise County Cowboys: Who Were These Men? A new and refreshing look at a varety of Cochise County "cowboy" characters associated with stories about the Earps. Signed by the author. Goose Flats Publishing, 2011. Soft cover. $25.00 *

  5. Bailey, Lynn R. and Don Chaput. Cochise County Stalwarts: A Who's Who of the Territorial Years - vol. 1 A-K. & vol. 2 L-Z. Contains "dozens and dozens of biographies, some brief, others detailed about many of the people who made Cochise County such an exciting environment." Westernlore Press, 2000. Soft cover. 2 volumes, $50.00 *
  6. Bailey, Lynn R. Henry Clay Hooker and the Sierra Bonita. Story of a southern Arizona rancher. Signed by the author. Westernlore Press, 1998. Dust jacket. $30.00 *
  7. Bailey, Lynn R. A Tale of the "Unkilled," The Life, Times, and Writings of Wells W. , the Man who defended John D. Lee and Exonerated the Earps and Doc Holliday. Ltd to 500 copies, autographed. Westernlore Press, 1999. Soft cover. $18.95 *
  8. Bailey, Lynn R. Tombstone, Arizona "Too Tough to Die" The Rise, Fall, and Resurrection of a Silver Camp; 1878-1990. The story of Arizona's famous mining town and the people who lived there. Westernlore Press, 2004. Soft cover. $25.00 *
  9. SOLD Bakarich, Sarah Grace. Gun Smoke. The story of Tombstone and the OK Corral fight. Signed by the author. 1947. Red soft cover. $20.00
  10. Barra, Allen. Inventing Wyatt Earp: His Life and Many Legends. 1st edition. Carroll & Graf, 1998. Dust jacket. $35.00 *
  11. Barra, Allen. Inventing Wyatt Earp: His Life and Many Legends. With a new introduction by the author. A provocative study of the man. University of Nebraska Press, 2008. Soft cover. $19.95 *
  12. SOLD Bartholomew, Ed. Wyatt Earp: The Untold Story and The Man & the Myth 2 volumes. The Untold Story has the stamp of a previous owner front front page.The Man & The Myth is limited to 1000 copies. Frontier Book Company, 1963/64. Soft cover, minor wear. $175.00
  13. Bell, Bob Boze. Classic Gunfights: Blaze Away! The 25 Gunfights Behind the O. K. Corral. Volume 2. Written and illustrated by Bob Boze Bell. From the pages of True West Magazine. 1st edition. Tri-Star Boze Publications, 2005. Dust jacket. $39.95 *
  14. SOLD Bell, Bob Boze. Classic Gunfights: Blaze Away! The 25 Gunfights Behind the O. K. Corral. Volume 2. Written and illustrated by Bob Boze Bell. From the pages of True West Magazine. 1st edition. Tri-Star Boze Publications, 2005. Soft cover. $29.95
  15. SOLD Bell, Bob Boze Illustrated Life and Times of Wyatt Earp autographed. Phoenix, Ariz. 2000. Dust jacket. $38.95.
  16. Bell, Bob Boze. Illustrated Life and Times of Wyatt Earp. Signed by the author. Revised & expanded, 2nd edition. Boze Books, 1994. Dust jacket. $50.00 *

  17. Bell, Bob Boze Illustrated Life and Times of Wyatt Earp Presentation copy siged by Bell. Pages loose. 1st edition. Phoenix, Ariz. 1993. Soft cover. $35.00 Special $20.00
  18. SOLD Bell, Bob Boze Illustrated Life and Times of Wyatt Earp. Phoenix, Ariz. Soft cover. $28.95
  19. Bell, Bob Boze. Illustrated Life and Times of Doc Holliday. Autographed. 2nd edition. Phoenix, Ariz. 1995. Dust jacket. $38.95 *
  20. SOLD Bell, Bob Boze Illustrated Life and Times of Doc Holliday. Autographed. 1st edition. Phoenix, Ariz. 1995. Soft cover. $35.00
  21. SOLD Bell, Bob Boze Illustrated Life and Times of Doc Holliday. Revised edition. Phoenix, Ariz. 1995. Soft cover. $35.00
  22. SOLD Blythe, T. Roger. A Pictorial Souvenir and Historical Sketch of Tombstone Arizona - "The Town too tough to die." Booklet compiled, sketched and edited by Blythe. Tucson, c. 1946. Original envelope included torn. $15.00
  23. book cover SOLD Boessenecker, John. When Law Was In the Holster: The Frontier Life of Bob Paul. This long-overdue biography fills in crucial gaps in Paul's story and recounts a life of almost constant adventure. University of Oklahoma Press, 2012. Dust jacket. $34.95 *

  24. SOLD Boyer, Glenn G. The Earp Curse. 1st edition. Historical Research Associates, 1999. $49.95

  25. SOLD Boyer, Glenn G. Suppressed Murder of Wyatt Earp. Autographed. Naylor Co., 1967. Dust jacket. $39.95
  26. Boyer, Glenn G. Wyatt Earp: Facts - Volume One (early American Ancestors 1680 to Wyatt's birth in 1848). 1996. Wraps. $17.50 *
  27. SOLD Boyer, Glenn G. Wyatt Earp: Facts - Volume Two - Childhood and Youth of Wyatt's wife Josephine Sarah Marcus (1996) pamphlet 35 pages, autographed $8.95
  28. Boyer, Glenn G. Wyatt Earp: Facts - Volume Three - Trailing a American Myth, and those Marryin' Earp Men. Signed. 1997. Wraps. $17.50 *

  29. Boyer, Glenn G. Wyatt Earp: Facts - Volume Four - Wyatt Earp's Wild Boyhood and Youth, in Pella, Iowa. Signed. 1997. Wraps. $17.50 *

  30. Boyer, Glenn G. Wyatt Earp: Facts - Volume Five - By Wagon Trail from Iowa to California 1864. Signed. 1997. Wraps. $17.50 *

  31. Boyer, Glenn G. Wyatt Earp: Facts - Volume Six - Wyatt Wears his First Badge, Lamar, Mo., March 3, 1970. Signed. 1997. Wraps. $17.50 *

  32. SOLD Boyer, Glenn G. Wyatt Earp: Family, Friends & Foes - Volume One - Who was Big Nose Kate? Presentation copy signed by Boyer. 1997. Wraps. $25.00

  33. Boyer, Glenn G. Wyatt Earp: Family, Friends & Foes - Volume Two - Who was Sheriff Johnny Behan? Signed. 1997. Wraps. $17.50 *

  34. SOLD Boyer, Glenn G. Wyatt Earp: Family, Friends & Foes - Volume Three - Brother in the Shadow. Signed. 1997. Wraps. $17.50

  35. SOLD Boyer, Glenn G. Wyatt Earp: Family, Friends & Foes - Volume Four - Curly Bill has been Killed at Last. Signed. 1997. Wraps. $17.50

  36. SOLD Boyer, Glenn G. ed. Wyatt Earp: Family, Friends & Foes - Volume Five - Who Killed John Ringo? By Josephine Earp. Presentation copy signed by Boyer. 1997. Wraps. $30.00

  37. Boyer, Glenn G. Wyatt Earp: Family, Friends & Foes - Volume Six - Murder at Millville. Signed. 1997. Wraps. $17.50 *

  38. SOLD Breakenridge, William M. Helldorado: Bringing the Law to the Mesquite. Reprint of the 1928 edition. Foldout map at the back. Decorated endsheets. Rio Grande Press, 1970. Tan decorated cloth. $35.00
  39. Breakenridge, William M. Helldorado: Bringing the Law to the Mesquite. Edited by Richard Maxwell Brown. Lakeside Press, 1982. Brown cloth. $40.00 *
  40. SOLD Breakenridge, William M. Helldorado: Bringing the Law to the Mesquite. Edited and with an introduction by Richard Maxwell Brown. University of Nebraska Press, 1992. Soft cover. $17.95
  41. Breihan, Carl and Wayne Montgomery. Forty Years on the Wild Frontier. Authentic Tales of Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday and their Cronies. Devin-Adair, 1985.Dust jacket. $30.00 *
  42. SOLD Brent, Lynton Wright. The Bird Cage: A Theatrical Novel of Early Tombstone. (Historical Novel). 1st edition, autographed. Dorrance & Co., 1945. Dust jacket. $25.00
  43. SOLD Briggs, Robert. Hurled Into Eternity: The Story of the Earps in Tombstone, 1880-1882. Unique study explores the factual events of the gunfight and personal relationships. Southern Lion Books, 2007. Soft cover. $12.50

  44. SOLD Brooks, L. T. The Last Gamble of Doc Holliday. Meticulously researched work of historical fiction which breathes new life into the story of Doc Holliday from his childhood in rural Georgia to his final days in the Colorado Rockies. Ivy House Publishing, 2004. Dust jacket. $26.95
  45. Brown, Clara Spalding. Tombstone from a Woman's Point of View: The Correspondence of Clara Spalding Brown, July 7, 1880 to November 14, 1882. Lynn R. Bailey, editor. Westernlore Press, 2003. Wraps. $15.00 *
  46. book cover Bruns, Roger A. Desert Honkytonk: The Story of Tombstone's Bird Cage Theatre. Unveils the story of the Bird Cage through careful research and lively storytelling. Fulcrum Publishing, 2000. Soft cover. $17.95 *

  47. SOLD Burns, Walter Noble. Tombstone: An Iliad of the Southwest. Foreword by Casey Tefertiller. Illustrated by Will James. Includes a 1927 letter from Wyatt Earp to the author. University of New Mexico Press, 1999. Soft cover. $17.95 *
  48. SOLD Burns, Walter Noble. Tombstone: An Iliad of the Southwest. 1st edition. Doubleday, 1927. Green cloth. $45.00
  49. Burrows, Jack. John Ringo: The Gunfighter Who Never Was. The product of thirty years of research, this book is an entertaining and easy-to-read biography. d.j. is price clipped. University of Arizona Press, 1987. Dust jacket. $40.00 *
  50. Burrows, Jack. John Ringo: The Gunfighter Who Never Was. The product of thirty years of research, this book is an entertaining and easy-to-read biography. University of Arizona Press, 1996. Soft cover. $16.95 *

  51. SOLD Chafin, Earl, ed. Wyatt's Woman. The Unvarnished Memoirs and recollections of Josephine Sarah Marcus Earp. Being her life with Wyatt Earp from 1881 to 1929. Earl Chafin Press, 1998. Spiral Bound, $50.00
  52. Chaput, Don. "Buckskin Frank" Leslie. Limited to 750 copies 1st edition. Westernlore Press, 1999. Soft cover. $18.95 *
  53. Chaput, Don. Dr. Goodfellow: Physician to the Gunfighters, Scholar, and Bon Vivant. Biography of this talented doctor and entrepreneur. 1st edition. Westernlore Press, 1996. Dust jacket. $26.95 *
  54. SOLD Chaput, Don. The Earp Papers: In a Brother's Image. Affiliated Writers of America, 1994. Dust jacket. $35.00
  55. Chaput, Don. Nellie Cashman: "I'm Mighty Apt to Make a Million or Two," and the North American Mining Frontier. Biography of a woman who worked the mining camps at Tombstone, Bisbee and other Southwest boom towns. Westernlore Press, 1995. Dust jacket. $26.95 *
  56. book cover Chaput, Don. The Odyssey of Burt Alvord: Lawman, Train Robber, Fugitive. Mining CAmp Chronicles -- Volume Five. Signed by the author. Westernlore Press, 2000. Soft cover. $18.95 *

  57. SOLD Chaput, Don. Virgil Earp: Western Peace Officer. Highly detailed account with obscure source material on Virgil Earp. Affiliated Writers of America, 1994. Dust jacket. $30.00
  58. Churchill, E. Richard. Doc Holliday, Bat Masterson, & Wyatt Earp: Their Colorado Careers. Western Reflections Publishing Co., 2001. Wraps. $5.95 *
  59. SOLD Cilch, Kenneth R. and Kenneth R. Cilch, Jr. Wyatt Earp: The Missing Years San Diego in the 1880s. Signed by the author. Gaslamp Books, 2003. Soft cover. $20.00
  60. SOLD Clum, John P. Apache Days & Tombstone Nights: John Clum's Autobiography 1877-1887. Neil B. Carmony, editor. 1st edition. High-Lonesome Books, 1997. Dust jacket. $25.00
  61. SOLD Clum, John P. Apache Days & Tombstone Nights: John Clum's Autobiography 1877-1887. Neil B. Carmony, editor. High-Lonesome Books, 1997. Soft cover. $12.95
  62. SOLD Clum, John P. It All Happened in Tombstone. With a foreword and annotations by John D. Gilchriese. Reprinted from the Arizona Historical Review October 1929. Northland Press, 1965. Dust jacket with some wear and rubbing. $75.00
  63. SOLD Clum, John P. It All Happened in Tombstone. With a foreword and annotations by John D. Gilchriese. Reprinted from the Arizona Historical Review October 1929. A Special Edition for the Arizona Bank. Soft cover with minor warping on back cover and fading on front. $35.00

  64. Clum, John P. Nellie Cashman: The Angel of Tombstone. A modest tribute to the memory of a noble woman who was an inspiration on the frontier. Originally printed by the Arizona Historical Review, 1931. Tomstone Epitaph. Pink wraps. $30.00 *

  65. Coleman, Jane Candia. Doc Holliday's Woman. A novel about Big Nose Kate. Warner Books, 1995. Dust jacket. $19.95 *
  66. SOLD Culhane, Patrick. Black Hats: A Novel of Wyatt Earp and Al Capone. Reimagining history if these two colorful characters met. 1st edition. William Morrow, 2007. Dust jacket. $24.95
  67. SOLD Daley, Steve. The Showdown. An excerpt from E. R. Pindunder's "Arizona Folklies." Tale Tale Productions, 1991. Wraps. $1.95
  68. SOLD Dare, Albert. Halderman Brothers - Invitation to the Last Hanging in Tombstone. 1987. Wraps. $7.95
  69. DeMattos, Jack. The Earp Decision. An edited composite of newspaper accounts of the fight between Fitzsimmons and Sharkey, including the court proceedings. Signed by the author. Creative Publishing Co., 1989. Dust jacket. $24.95 *
  70. Devere, Burton, Jr. Bonanzas to Borrascas: The Mines of Tombstone, Arizona. Provides a history into the basis of Tombstone, mining, analyzing the ore, how it as mined and milled as well as describing the economic engine that created the Tombstone Mining District and its mines. Rose Tree Museum, 2010. Dust jacket.$30.00 *

  71. SOLD Dillard, Margaret and Gary. Tales of Old Tombstone. Frontera House Press, 1995. Wraps. $10.00
  72. SOLD Dolph, Jerry and Arthur Randall. Wyatt Earp and Coeur d'Alene Gold! Stampede to Idaho Territory. Autographed. 2nd edition. Eagle City Publications, 2000. Wraps. $16.95
  73. SOLD Earp, Josephine Sarah Marcus. I Married Wyatt Earp: The Recollections of Josephine Sarah Marcus Earp. Glenn G. Boyer, editor. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 1976. Dust jacket. $100.00
  74. SOLD Earp, Josephine Sarah Marcus. I Married Wyatt Earp: The Recollections of Josephine Sarah Marcus Earp. Signed by Glenn G. Boyer, editor. Longmeadow, 1994. Dust jacket. $40.00
  75. SOLD Earp, Josephine Sarah Marcus. I Married Wyatt Earp: The Recollections of Josephine Sarah Marcus Earp. Glenn G. Boyer, editor. University of Arizona Press, 1986. Soft cover. $15.00

  76. SOLD Earp, Wyatt. How I Routed a Gang of Arizona Outlaws and Other Stories. Edited by Neil B. Carmony. Stories first appeared in print in 1896 in the San Francisco Examiner. Includes a tribute to Bat Masterson. Trails to Yesterday Books, 1995. White wraps. $12.50
  77. SOLD Earp, Wyatt. Wyatt Earp Speaks! My Side of the O.K. Corral Shootout, Plus Interviews with Doc Holliday. John Richard Stephens, editor. Fern Canyon Press, 1998. Soft cover. $19.95
  78. SOLD Edwards, Adelia Earp. Wild West Remembrances. Written by the sister of Wyatt Earp in 1932-34. Transcribed and edited from the original by Earl Chafin, signed by Chafin. Earl Chafin Press, 1998. White 8.5 x 11" pages, with front cover corners turned. $30.00

  79. Eppinga, Jane. Around Tombstone Ghost Towns and Gunfights: Images of America. Illustrated history. Arcadia Publishing, 2009. Soft cover. $21.99 *

  80. Eppinga, Jane. Tombstone: Images of America. Illustrated story of this wild town associated with Wyatt Earp. Arcadia Publishing, 2003. Soft cover. $19.95 *
  81. Erwin, Allen A. The Southwest of John Horton Slaughter: 1841-1922. Foreword by Ramon F. Adams and William McLeod Raine. Biography of the southwestern rancher, Texas Ranger and sheriff of Tombstone. 1st edition. Arthur H. Clark Co., 1965. Dust jacket with wear on edges and small pieces missing on top front corner. $135.00 *

  82. Erwin Truth Erwin, Richard E. The Truth About Wyatt Earp. Facts and information about Earp. 2nd edition. O.K. Press, 1993. Dust jacket. $40.00 *
  83. SOLD Etulain, Richard W. With Badges & Bullets: Lawmen & Outlaws in the Old West. 1st edition. Fulcrum Publishing. Wraps. $17.95
  84. Farmer, Randolph W. "Curly Bill" Horse Thief, Cattle Dealer, Murderer, Lawman: 1858-1909. Story of the most famous outlaw in Arizona Territory during the 1880s. Signed by the author. Westernlore Press, 2012. Dust jacket. $29.95 *

  85. SOLD Faulk, Odie B. Tombstone: Myth and Reality. 1st edition. Oxford University Press, 1972. Dust jacket worn on the edges. $45.00
  86. Finn, Ed. The Legend of the O. K. Corral. Takes a fresh look at the old Western story of the fight in Tombstone. Rio Nuevo Publishers, 2005. Dust jacket. $12.95 *
  87. Fischer, Ron W. The Jewish Pioneers of Tombstone and Arizona Territory. Autographed. Ron W. Fischer Enterprises., 2002. Soft cover. $12.95 *
  88. Fischer, Ron W. Nellie Cashman: Frontier Angel. Filled with historic photographs. Preface by Jane Candia Coleman; introduction by Ben T. Traywick. Biography of an exceptional woman of the nineteenth century. Talei Publishers, 2000. Decorative brown soft cover. $22.95 *
  89. Fischer, Ron W. Nellie Cashman: Frontier Angel. Talei Publishers, 2000. Case bound. $34.95 *
  90. SOLD Fischer, Ron W., ed. The Tombstone Business Directory 1880-1884. Autographed. Ron W. Fischer Enterprises., 2002. Soft cover. $14.95
  91. Franke, Paul. They Plowed Up Hell in Old Cochise. Douglas Climate Club. Wraps. $8.50 *
  92. Garza, Phyllis de la. The Earp Gamble. In novel form, offers a major reappraisal of the women involved with the Earps and Doc Holliday. Silk Label Books, 2007. Soft cover. $14.99 *

  93. SOLD Gatto, Steve. Curly Bill: Tombstone's Most Famous Outlaw. The story of William Brocius, alias William Bresnaham, possbily the killer of Marshal Fred White. Signed by the author. Protar House, 2003. Dust jacket. $34.95
  94. SOLD Gatto, Steve. Johnny Ringo. The real story of the man who was the chief antagonist of Wyatt Earp. 1st edition. Protar House, 2002. Dust jacket. $45.00
  95. The Real Wyatt Earp Gatto, Steve. The Real Wyatt Earp: A Documentary Biography. Edited by Neil B. Carmony. The Story of the West's Most Famous Lawman. Documented by the New Reports and Court Records of the Time. 1st edition. Signed by Gatto. High-Lonesome Books, 2000. Dust jacket. $60.00 *
  96. SOLD Glass, Ben. Wyatt Earp's West: Images and Words. Photographs by Ben Glass, Text Selected by Jim Wilson. Foreword by Page Stegner. The dramatic re-creation of Earp's legend from the Wyatt Earp movie with Kevin Costner. New Market Press, 1994. Dust jacket. $39.95
  97. SOLD Gray, John Plesent. Tombstone's Violent Years, 1880-1882 As Remembered by John Pleasant Gray. Edited by Neil B. Carmony. Story of Gray's time in Tombstone. 1st edition, limited to 300 numbered copies, no. 293. Signed by Carmony. Trails to Yesterday Books, 1999. White decorated wraps. $15.00

  98. Gray, John Plesent. When All Roads Led to Tombstone: A Memoir . W. Lane Rogers, editor. 1st edition. Tamarack Books, 1998. Wraps. $27.50 *
  99. SOLD Gray, John Plesant. When All Roads Led to Tombstone. Earl Chafin, editor. Ltd to 100 copies. 1997. Spiral bound. $99.00
  100. Last gunfight Guinn, Jeff. The Last Gunfight: The Real Story of the Shootout at the O.K. Corral - And How it Changed the American West. The real story of the fight at the O.K.Corral - far different from the myth told in Hollywood films and Westerns on TV. Drawing on new material from private collections, including diaries, letters, Watt Earp's own hand-drawn sketch of the shoot-out as well as material from Tombstone and Arizona archives, Guinn gives a fascinating picture of what the West was like, who the Earps, Doc Holliday and their cowboy adversaries were really like and what happened on that day in Tombstone. Simon & Schuster, 2011. Dust jacket. $27.00 *

  101. SOLD Guinn, Jeff. The Last Gunfight: The Real Story of the Shootout at the O.K. Corral - And How it Changed the American West. The real story of the fight at the O.K.Corral - far different from the myth told in Hollywood films and Westerns on TV. Drawing on new material from private collections, including diaries, letters, Watt Earp's own hand-drawn sketch of the shoot-out as well as material from Tombstone and Arizona archives, Guinn gives a fascinating picture of what the West was like, who the Earps, Doc Holliday and their cowboy adversaries were really like and what happened on that day in Tombstone. Simon & Schuster, 2012. Soft cover. $16.99

  102. The Gunfight at O.K. Corral and Incidents Following. Wraps. $5.00 *

  103. SOLD Hand, George. Next Stop: Tombstone. George Hand's Contention City Diary, 1882. Neil B. Carmony, editor. Trail to Yesterday Books, 1995. Wraps. $9.95
  104. SOLD Hattich, William. Tombstone. Foreward by John D. Gilchriese. Originally published in 1903, by the editor of the Tombstone newspaper, to try to re-focus attention on the real town and its hope for the future. Reprint. University of Oklahoma Press, 1981. Dust jacket. $45.00

  105. Herda, D. J. They call me Doc: The Story Behind the Legend of John Henry Holliday. Reassessing the life of one of the most infamous characters of the Old West. Lyons Press, 2011. Soft cover. $16.95 *

  106. SOLD Hickey, Michael M. The Cowboy Conspiracy: To Convict the Earps. Talei Publishers, Inc., 1994. Wraps. $45.00
  107. SOLD Hickey, Michael M. The Death of Warren Baxter Earp: A Closer Look. Introduction and political overview by Richard Lapidus. Talei Publishers, Inc., 2000. Dust jacket with creases front and back. $50.00
  108. SOLD Hickey, Michael M. John Ringo: The Final Hours - A Tale of the Old West. Analysis and commentary by Ben T. Traywick and original oil paintings by Mike James. Contains a loose map of Cochise County and a loose bookplate signed by the author. Talei Publishers, copyright 1995, issued 2001. Dust jacket. $44.95
  109. SOLD Hickey, Michael M. "Los Dos Pistoleros Earp" The Two Earp Pistoleers - The Way It Happened. Detailed study with illustrations on the fight at the O.K. Corral. Soft cover. $35.00
  110. Hickey, Michael M. Street Fight in Tombstone near the O.K. Corral. c.1991. Soft cover. $35.00 *
  111. SOLD Historical Tombstone Arizona - "The Town Too Tough to Die." Souvenir publication with color photographs. Petley Studios. Wraps. $5.00
  112. SOLD Hoggatt, Norman Lee. On the Trail of Wyatt Earp. 1st printing, autographed presentation copy. Mound House, 1997. Sprial bound wraps, oversize. $30.00
  113. Holbrook, Stewart H. Wyatt Earp: U. S. Marshall. Illustrated by Ernest Richardson. Young adult biography of this Tombstone lawman. Landmark Book. 5th printing. Previous owner's address label on inside front cover. Random House, 1956. Dust jacket with minor wear on edges. $20.00 *
  114. Hughes, A. Daniel. Tombstone Story: The Biography of An Arizona Pioneer. The story of Harry Hughes, a ripsnorting youth of a man who walked the wild and woolly streets of Tombstone in the days when Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday were shooting up the town. 1st edition. Exposition Press, 1979. Dust jacket. $45.00 *
  115. Isenberg, Andrew C. Wyatt Earp: A Vigilante Life. A searching account of the man and his enduring legend, and a book about our national fascination with extrajudicial violence. 1st printing. Hill and Wang, 2013. Dust jacket. $30.00

  116. SOLD Jackson, Olin. Georgia's Doc Holliday. Biography of the legendary character. Whippoorwill Publishers, 2006. $15.00
  117. Jahns, Pat. The Frontier World of Doc Holliday: Faro Dealer from Dallas to Deadwood. 1st edition. Hastings House, 1957. Dust jacket. $35.00 *
  118. Jahns, Pat. The Frontier World of Doc Holliday. Introduction by Roger D. McGrath. A lively and honest picture of Doc Holliday. University of Nebraska Press. Soft cover. $19.95 *
  119. SOLD Johnson, David. John Ringo. 1st edition. Barbed Wire Press, 1996. Dust jacket. $35.00
  120. ringo Johnson, David. John Ringo King of the Cowboys: His Life and Times from the Hoo Doo War to Tombstone. Story of this infamous character from the Mason County Texas range war to his activities in Arizona. 2nd edition. University of North Texas Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $29.95 *

  121. Johnson, Paul Lee. The McLaurys In Tombstone, Arizona: An O. K. Corral Obituary. For the first time the events of the O.K. Corral gunfight are presented from the viewpoint of the McLaurys, two brothers who lost their lives and reputations, and a family who tried in vain to find restitution. Signed by the author. University of North Texas Press, 2012. Dust jacket. $29.95 *

  122. Kasdan, Lawrence and Jake Kasdan. Wyatt Earp: The Film and the Filmmakers. Newmarket Press, 1994. Wraps. $17.95 *

  123. lady at ok corral Kirschner, Ann. Lady at the O.K. Corral: The True Story of Josephine Marcus Earp. Shedding new light on the iconic gunfight that made Wyatt Earp a legend, this wildly fascinating biography of Josephine Sarah Marcus Earp, the common-law wife of the most famous lawman of the Old West, reveals how this aspiring actress and dancer ended up in Tombstone, Arizona. HarperCollins, 2013. Dust jacket. $27.99 *

  124. Lake Wyatt earp Lake, Stuart N. Wyatt Earp: Frontier Marshal. Seventy is misspelled on page 25. Previous owner's bookplate on front endsheet. Houghton Mifflin Co., 1931. Dust jacket with some wear and small tears. $100.00 *

  125. SOLD Landin, Edna. Why Tombstone, Arizona is called 'The town too tough to Die.' Autographed. Wraps. $12.50

  126. SOLD Leoux, Gary. Tombstone: A Chronicle in Perspective. Signed. Trafford Publishing, 2002. Soft cover. $24.50

  127. Lighthiser, "Margherita". Tombstone's Helldorado. A pictorial presentation of some of the annual celebration activities. Tombstone Epitaph, 1969. White decoratd wraps. $20.00 *

  128. Love, Harold O. Tombstone Tales: Shootout at the OK Corral. Tombstone Epitaph, 1981. Wraps. $5.00 *
  129. Love, Harold O. Tombstone Tales: The Town Too Tough to Die. Tombstone Epitaph, 1985. Wraps. $5.00 *
  130. SOLD Lubet, Steven. Murder in Tombstone: The Forgotten Trial of Wyatt Earp. The little-known story of the prosecution of Wyatt Earp, his brothers, and Doc Holliday following the famous gunfight. Were they wanton killers or steadfast heroes? Yale University Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $40.00
  131. Lubet, Steven. Murder in Tombstone: The Forgotten Trial of Wyatt Earp. The little-known story of the prosecution of Wyatt Earp, his brothers, and Doc Holliday following the famous gunfight. Were they wanton killers or steadfast heroes? Yale University Press. Soft cover. $17.00 *
  132. Marks, Paula Mitchell. And Die in the West: The Story of the O.K. Corral Gunfight. The story examined from old newspaper accounts, court proceedings, pioneer reminiscences, and the results of twentieth century research to present the first fully detailed objective narrative of the celebrated gunfight. Uncorrected bound galleys, with hadwritten page numbers, dated 7-21-89. Red soft cover. $35.00 *
  133. Marks, Paula Mitchell. And Die in the West: The Story of the O.K. Corral Gunfight. The story examined from old newspaper accounts, court proceedings, pioneer reminiscences, and the results of twentieth century research to present the first fully detailed objective narrative of the celebrated gunfight. University of Oklahoma Press, 1996. Soft cover. $24.95 *
  134. Martin, Douglas D. The Earps of Tombstone. Tombstone Epitaph. Yellow wraps. $20.00 *
  135. SOLD Martin, Douglas D. Tombstone's Epitaph. Presentation copy signed by the author. Includes flyer from UNM Press in plastic envelope. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1951. $60.00
  136. SOLD Martin, Douglas D. Tombstone's Epitaph. University of New Mexico Press, 1963. Dust jacket. $35.00
  137. Martin, Douglas D. Tombstone's Epitaph. Foreword by Casey Tefertiller. The history of a frontier town as chronicled in its newspaper. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $22.50 *
  138. Martin, Douglas D. Silver, Sex, and Six Guns: Tombstone Saga of Buckskin Frank Leslie. Tombstone Epitaph, 1990. Wraps. $10.00 *
  139. Masterson famous Masterson, W. B. (Bat). Famous Gun Fighters of the Western Frontier. With historic photos plus line drawings by Frederic Remington and others. Chapters on Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, Bat Masterson, Billy Tilghman and others. Outbooks, 1978. Soft cover with remains of sticker on front cover. $12.50 *
  140. McCool, Grace. So Said the Coroner: How They Died in Old Cochise. Stories of the dead in Tombstone and Cochise County Arizona. Tombstone Epitaph, 1968. Soft cover. $17.50 *
  141. book cover McLachlan, Sean. Tombstone: Wyatt Earp, the O.K. Corral, and the Vendetta Ride 1881-82. A gripping, superbly illustrated history of the most famous shootout in the Wild West. Osprey Publishing, 2013. Soft cover. $18.95 *

  142. Monahan, Sherry. Mrs. Earp: The Wives and Lovers of the Earp Brothers. Stories of Wyatt Earp and his brothers and their wives and lovers. TwoDot, 2013. Soft cover. $16.95 *

  143. Monahan, Sherry. Taste of Tombstone: A Hearty Helping of History. In this lively study, Monahan offers a brief history of Tombstone and its sophisticated dining scene. University of New Mexico Press, 2008. Soft cover. $16.95 *

  144. Monahan, Sherry. Tombstone's Treasure: Silver Mines and Golden Saloons. Foreword by Bob Boze Bell. Focuses on the silver mines which is one of the reasons why the city was founded. University of New Mexico Press, 2007. Soft cover. $17.95 *
  145. Montana, Sybil. Doc Holliday's Trails and Alluring Tales . . . Signed by the author. 1997. Soft cover. $9.50 *
  146. Montana, Sybil. Wyatt Earp's Missouri Legend Including other family history . . . Signed by the author. Includes copies of documents. Revised 1998. 2000. Soft cover. $9.50 *
  147. Morton, Randall Aaron. Wyatt: The Man called Earp. Signed by the author. Ramco International, 1994. Wraps. $20.00 *
  148. Myers, John Myers. Doc Holliday. Classic biography written with a skill that matches the sureness of a bullet from Doc's gun. University of Nebraska Press. Soft cover. $11.95 *

  149. Myers, John Myers. The Last Chance: Tombstone's Early Years. The truth about Tombstone, the Clanton gang and the Earps. 1st edition. E. P. Dutton & Co., 1950. Dust jacket with minor wear. $30.00 *
  150. SOLD Myers, John Myers. The Last Chance: Tombstone's Early Years. The truth about Tombstone, the Clanton gang and the Earps. E. P. Dutton & Co., 1950. Maroon cloth. $15.00

  151. Myers, John Myers. Tombstone's Early Years. Reprint. University of Nebraska Press, 1995. Soft cover. $12.00 *
  152. Olsson, Jan Olof. Welcome to Tombstone. Translated from the Swedish by Maurice Michael. History of Tombstone from a visiting Swede. The author tells stories of what he found when he visited the town and relates stories told to him by residents. Elek Books, 1956. Dust jacket, a piece missing from front cover. $20.00 *

  153. SOLD Palenske, Garner A. Wyatt Earp in San Diego: Life After Tombstone. Foreword by Ben Traywick. Explores the adventures of the post-Tombstone Earp, who focuses on making money, not law enforcement. Great photographs. 1st edition. Graphic Publishers, 2011. Dust jacket. Special price $30.00

  154. Palenske, Garner A. Wyatt Earp in San Diego: Life After Tombstone. Foreword by Ben Traywick. Explores the adventures of the post-Tombstone Earp, who focuses on making money, not law enforcement. Great photographs. 1st edition. Limited to 86 copies, numbered, signed by the author with CD and research material in back. Graphic Publishers, 2011. Leather with gilt edges, white cloth slipcase. Special price $65.00 *

  155. Parsons, George Whitwell. The Devil Has Foreclosed: The Private Journal of George Whitwell Parsons: The Concluding Arizona Years, 1882-1887. Lynn R. Bailey, editor. Westernlore Press, 1997. Dust jacket. $50.00 *

  156. SOLD Parsons, George Whitwell. A Tenderfoot in Tombstone: The Private Journal of George Whitwell Parsons: The Turbulent Years: 1880-1882. Lynn R. Bailey, editor. 1st edition. Westernlore Press, 1996. Dust jacket. $36.95
  157. Parsons, George Whitwell. A Tenderfoot in Tombstone: The Private Journal of George Whitwell Parsons: The Turbulent Years: 1880-1882. Edited, annotated and with an introduction by Lynn R. Bailey. Westernlore Press, 1996. Soft cover. $22.00 *
  158. Parsons, George Whitwell. The Private Journal of George Whitwell Parsons. The Tombstone Years 1879-1887. Vol. II Post Earp Era, June 28, 1882 - March 31, 1887. Carl Chafin, editor. 1st edition, autographed. Cochise Classics, 1997. Wraps. $29.00 *
  159. Rickards, Colin. Buckskin Frank Leslie: Gunman of Tombstone. Drawings by Russell Waterhouse. Limited to 450 copies. Designed and signed by Carl Hertzog. Texas Western Press, 1964. Tan leather. $90.00
  160. holliday SOLD *Roberts, Gary L. Doc Holliday: The Life and Legend. A biography that takes aim at the most complex, perplexing, and paradoxical gunfighter of the old West. Drawn on more than 20 years of research. Roberts explores Holliday's idyllic, antebellum childhood in Georgia, where he was schooled in the manly virtues of independence loyalty, proficient in the use of weapons of every kind, and above all, honor. John Wiley & Sons, 2006. Dust jacket. $30.00
  161. holliday Roberts, Gary L. Doc Holliday: The Life and Legend. A biography that takes aim at the most complex, perplexing, and paradoxical gunfighter of the old West. Drawn on more than 20 years of research. John Wiley & Sons, 2006. Soft cover. $21.95 *

  162. Roberts, Gary L. Trailing an American Mythmaker: Glenn G. Boyer. Reprint, WOLA Journal, 1998. 1st edition, limited to 100 copies, No. 65. Wraps. $50.00 *
  163. SOLD Roman, Bill. Tombstone, Arizona Territory. 1988. Wraps. $7.50
  164. Rose, John D. Charleston & Millville, A.T.: Hell on the San Pedro. This is the first book devoted to this dynamic old west town, which some believed to be worse than Tombstone. Signed by the author. John D. Rose, 2012. Soft cover. $24.95 *

  165. Rose, John D. On the Road to Tombstone: Drew's Station, Contention City and Fairbank. Story of three communities and their connection to Wyatt Earp. Signed by the author. John D. Rose, 2012. Soft cover. $24.95 *

  166. SOLD Rose, John D. San Pedro River Water Wars In the Post Drew's Station Era. The breakthrough book by John D. Rose, bringing to life unknown ranchers and life along the San Pedro River, and proving further what was and was not Drew's Station. Signed by the author. John D. Rose, 2013. Soft cover. $24.95

  167. Rose, John D. Tombstone Pioneer Samantha Fallon's Wanton Past. Story of Fallon who ran a boarding house in Tombstone where she entertained many of its men. Many of her stories were unwittingly told to a Pinkerton spy which came to light in the courtroom. Signed by the author. John D. Rose, 2013. Soft cover. $24.95 *

  168. SOLD Rose, John D. Tombstone's Founders and Pioneers Speak: Garner vs. Gird. Testimony edited and annotated by Rose which offers information about early Tombstone. Signed by the author. John D. Rose Historical Publications, 2013. Soft cover. $24.95

  169. SOLD Ross, Thom. Gunfight at the O.K. Corral: In Words and Pictures. Foreword by Paul Andrew Hutton. The Old West's most mythic showdown in words and pictures. Fulcrum Press, 2001. Soft cover. $19.95 *
  170. Destination Tombstone SOLD Schieffelin, Edward. Destination Tombstone: Adventures of a Prospector. Recently published notes of the Prospector who founded Tombstone. 1996. Soft cover. $14.95 *
  171. SOLD Sheffer, H. Henry III and Sharyn R. Alger. "Gunfight at the O.K. Corral" Tombstone, Arizona, 1881. Norseman Publications, 1995. Wraps. $3.95
  172. SOLD Sherayko, Peter. Tombstone: The Guns and Gear. Readers will learn the research involved in making a film historically correct as well as have a guide to guns, saddles, bridles, spurs, chaps, knives, costumes and boots. 2d edition. Caravan West, 2010. Soft cover. $49.95
  173. tombstone atbk SOLD Shillingberg, William B. Tombstone, A.T.: A History of Early Mining, Milling, and Mayhem. Probably one of the best histories of Tombstone. Arthur H. Clark Co., 1999. Dust jacket. $85.00
  174. SOLD Shillingberg, William B. Wyatt Earp & the "Buntline Special" Myth. 1st edition. Blaine Publishing Co., 1976. Wraps. $30.00
  175. SOLD Sonnichsen, C.L. Billy King's Tombstone. Anecdotes of Tombstone told by one of the best-known writers of Southwestern history. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. Caxton Printers, 1951. Creme cloth with red printing. $37.50
  176. SOLD Sonnichsen, C.L. Billy King's Tombstone: The Private Life of an Arizona Boom Town. A re-edition with index. University of Arizona Press, 1980. Soft cover. $15.00
  177. St. Germain, Justin. Son of a Gun: A Memoir. Recounts the murder of the author's mother in September 2001 and explores the crime against a backdrop of a shattering national tragedy and the author's efforts to distance himself from the legendary Tombstone, Arizona, of his youth. 1st edtion. Random House, 2013. Dust jacket. $26.00 *

  178. SOLD Stephens, John Richard. Wyatt Earp Tells of the Gunfight Near the O.K. Corral. Wyatt Earp Series, No. 2. Limited to 200 copies. Fern Canyon Press, 2000. Wraps. $9.95
  179. SOLD Swarthout, Glendon. The Old Colts. A novel about Bat Masterson and Wyatt Earp who tell the whole truth and nothing but about their last glorious assault on Dodge City and an American West that would never be the same again. 1st edition. Donald I. Fine, 1985. Dust jacket. $30.00
  180. Tanner, Karen Holliday. Doc Holliday: A Family Portrait. Foreword by Robert DeArment. Excellent detailed biography. Includes photographs of the Earps, Johnny Ringo andothers. 1st limited edition, limited to 75 copies, no 37, signed by the author and family member. University of Oklahoma Press, 1998. Bound in maroon cloth and leather in original slipcase. $400.00
  181. Tanner, Karen Holliday. Doc Holliday: A Family Portrait. University of Oklahoma Press, 2001. Soft cover. $19.95 *
  182. SOLD Taylor, Don. 1929: The First Helldorado. The story of the first Helldorado held in Tombstone; filled with copies of newspaper articles and advertisements of the day. Signed by the author. Old West Research & Publishing, 2006. Soft cover oversize. $12.00

  183. Taylor, Don. Tombstone's Resurrection: The Second Mining Boom. Tells the story of the Tombstone Consolidated Mining Company's efforts to revive mining in the early 20th century. Old West Research & Publishing, 2007. Soft cover oversize. $12.00 *

  184. SOLD Taylor, Don. The United States of America v. The "Cowboys" Discusses in depth the outlaw issues in Tombstone during the last quarter of the ninteenth century, including the death of Johnny Ringo. Includes reproductions of articles. Old West Research & Publishing, 2006. Soft cover oversize. $17.90

  185. Tefertiller, Casey. Wyatt Earp: The Life Behind the Legend. The real facts about this Western lawman. Foreword by Angus Cameron. Deluxe edition, limited to 150 numbered copies, No. 54, signed by the author. 1st edition. John Wiley & Sons, 1997. Specially bound brown cloth with leather spine in brown cloth slipcase. $185.00
  186. book cover Tefertiller, Casey. Wyatt Earp: The Life Behind the Legend. Forget what you saw at the movies - the facts are more interesting than the legend. John Wiley & Sons. Soft cover. $19.95 *
  187. book cover Tefertiller, Casey. Wyatt Earp: The Life Behind the Legend. The real facts about this Western lawman. Foreword by Angus Cameron. Signed by the author. Possibly book club edition. John Wiley & Sons, 1997. Dust jacket. $35.00 *
  188. This is Tombstone: The Town Too Tough to Die! Cover title: This is Tombstone: One of a Kind. Stories of this Arizona town taken entirely from the files of the National Tombstone Epitaph. Red Marie's Bookstore. Wraps. $5.00 *

  189. SOLD Tombstone Tales: Silver Camp Folks. Tombstone Epitaph, 1973. Wraps. $5.00
  190. SOLD Tombstone: The Town Too Tough to Die. Smith-Southwestern, n.d. Wraps. $7.50
  191. Traywick, Ben T. Analysis of the Gunfight at O.K. Corral. Written by the Tombstone Town Historian. Filled with photographs and drawings. Red Marie's Bookstore. Orange Wraps, 2006. $10.00 *

  192. Traywick, Ben T. Behind the Red Lights (History of Prostitution in Tombstone). The story of the ladies with their photographs. Red Marie's, 1993. Soft cover. $20.00 *

  193. SOLD Traywick, Ben T. Camillus Fly: The Man Who Photographed History. Story of one of the great frontier photographers. Red Maries, 2008. Soft cover. $20.00

  194. SOLD Traywick, Ben T. The Chinese Dragon of Tombstone. Autographed. 1989. Wraps. $6.50

  195. Traywick, Ben T. The Chronicles of Tombstone. Stories by the Tombstone master. Red Maries, 1990. Soft cover. $12.00 *

  196. SOLD Traywick, Ben T. The Clantons of Tombstone. Red Marie's Bookstore, 1996. Wraps. $25.00
  197. Traywick, Ben T., ed. Death's Doings in Tombstone. Compilation and reproductions of items. Autographed. Red Marie's Books, 2002. Casebound. $39.95 *
  198. Traywick, Ben T. Eleanora Dumont Alias Madam Moustache. Cover title: Madame Mustache Purveyor of Pleasure Tombstone, Arizona. Brief photographic history of these special ladies. Red Marie's, 1990. Wraps. $7.50 *

  199. Traywick, Ben T. The Gunfight at O.K. Corral and Incidents Following. From a painting by Paul Peck. Red Marie's Bookstore, 1994. Wraps. $8.50 *

  200. SOLD Traywick, Ben T. Hell's Belles of Tombstone. Signed by the author. 1984. Wraps. $12.50
  201. Traywick, Ben T. Historical Documents and Photographs of Tombstone. Revised edition. Red Marie's, 1994. Soft cover. $15.00 *
  202. Traywick, Ben T. John Henry - The Doc Holliday Story. Autographed. Red Marie's Bookstore, 1996. Wraps, 269 pages, $40.00 *
  203. Traywick, Ben T. The Law and John Slaughter. The story of Tombstone's lawman. Red Marie's, 1983. Wraps. $15.00 *
  204. Traywick, Ben T. Legendary Characters of Southeast Arizona: Sequel to the Chronicles of Tombstone. Includes chapters on Virgil Earp, Jeff Milton, John Behan, Pete Kitchen, and Al Sieber. Red Marie's, 1994. Soft cover. $18.00 *
  205. Traywick, Ben T. Marshal of Tombstone: Virgil Walter Earp. Signed by the author. 1st edition. Red Marie's Bookstore, 1985. Wraps. $29.95 *
  206. Traywick, Ben T. The Mines of Tombstone. Signed by Traywick. 1st edition. Red Maries, 1985. Wraps. $25.00 *
  207. SOLD Traywick, Ben T. The Residents of Tombstone's Boothill. 1st edition.1971. Wraps. $15.00

  208. Traywick, Ben T. That Wild Bunch in Tombstone. Red Maries, 1989. Wraps. $7.50 *
  209. Traywick, Ben T. That Wild Bunch in Tombstone. Signed by Traywick. Red Maries, 1991. Wraps. $7.50 *
  210. Traywick, Ben T., ed. Tombstone Clippings. Autographed. Red Marie's Bookstore, 1994. Soft cover, with rubbing. $15.00 *
  211. Traywick, Ben T. Tombstone Outlaw Album. Autographed. Red Marie's Bookstore, 1984. Wraps. $12.50 *
  212. SOLD Traywick, Ben T. Tombstone's Boothill. The story of those buried in the Old West's first boothill and how and why they got there. Revised edition. Red Marie's Bookstore, 1994. Soft cover. $20.00

  213. SOLD Traywick, Ben T. Tombstone's Deadliest Gun: John Henry Holliday. 1st edition. Autographed. Red Marie's, 1984. Wraps. $5.00
  214. SOLD Traywick, Ben T. A Town Called Tombstone. A pictorial presentation of how the World's Most Famous Town and its inhabitants really looked. 1982. Wraps. $50.00
  215. Traywick, Ben T. Wyatt Earp: The Lion of Tombstone. Autographed. Red Marie's Bookstore, 1984. Wraps. $15.00 *
  216. Traywick, Ben T. Wyatt Earp's Thirteen Dead Men. Red Marie's Bookstore, 1998. Soft cover. $25.00 *
  217. SOLD Traywick, Mary Dolores. Fiery Foods from Tombstone. Recipes and a little bit of history. Red Marie's Bookstore, 2002. Spiral bound. $15.00

  218. SOLD Trimble, Marshall. Wyatt Earp: The Showdown in Tombstone. Part of the WildWest Heroes and Rogues series. Recounts the mystique surrounding Wyatt Earp. Golden West, 2008. Soft cover. $6.95

  219. SOLD Turner, Alford, ed. The Earps Talk. Read the word for word testimony taken from the court records of the Earps, Clanton, Doc Holliday and others. Creative West Publishing. Dust jacket. $35.00
  220. SOLD Turner, Alford, ed. The Earps Talk. Read the word for word testimony taken from the court records of the Earps, Clanton, Doc Holliday and others. Creative West Publishing. Soft cover. $11.95
  221. Turner, Alford, ed. The O.K. Corral Inquest. Introduction by Stuart N. Lake. Testimony taken at the hearing of the most famous shootout of the west. Creative West Publishing, 1992. Dust jacket. $25.00 *
  222. Walling, Emma, compiler. John "Doc" Holliday Colorado Trials and Triumphs. Autographed. 1994. Wraps. $15.25 *
  223. SOLD Walters, Lorenzo D. Tombstone's Yesterday. 1st edition, Acme Printing Co., 1928. $200.00
  224. SOLD Walters, Lorenzo D. Tombstone's Yesterday. True Chronicles of Early Arizona, 1877-1887. Reprint. Rio Grande Press, 1968. Blue cloth. $50.00
  225. SOLD Waters, Frank. The Earp Brothers of Tombstone: The Story of Mrs. Virgil Earp. Previous owner's bookplate on front endsheet. Reprint. Bramhall House. Dust jacket. $30.00
  226. SOLD Waters, Frank. The Earp Brothers of Tombstone: The Story of Mrs. Virgil Earp. The first complete and authentic account of Wyatt, Morgan, Virgil, James and Warren Earp, in Tombstone, Arizona in the 1880s, based on the recollections of Mrs. Virgil Earp. 1st edition. Clarkson N. Potter, 1960. Dust jacket. $75.00
  227. Waters, Frank. The Earp Brothers of Tombstone. The first complete and authentic account of Wyatt, Morgan, Virgil, James and Warren Earp, in Tombstone, Arizona in the 1880s, based on the recollections of Mrs. Virgil Earp. University of Nebraska Press. Soft cover. $15.95 *
  228. SOLD Way, W. J. "Jack." The Tombstone Story. Livingston Press, 1965. Wraps. $7.50
  229. SOLD Wenck, H. E. Phantoms of Old Tombstone. Poetry and illustration by the author. Presentation copy signed by Wenck. Arizona Silhouettes, 1951. Dust jacket showing wear with pieces torn and missing along the edges. $35.00

  230. Wenck, H. E. Phantoms of Old Tombstone. Poetry and illustration by the author. . Arizona Silhouettes, 1951. Dust jacket showing wear with pieces torn and missing along the edges. $25.00 *

  231. Wenck, H. E. Phantoms of Old Tombstone. Poetry and art work by the author. Arizona Silhouettes, 1951. Soft cover. $8.00 *

  232. SOLD Wheeler, Richard S. Masterson. (Historical Fiction). 1st edition. Tom Doherty Associates, 1999. Dust jacket. $24.95
  233. SOLD White, Brooks. Galeyville, Arizona Territory 1880: Its History and Historic Archaeology. Mining town outside of Tombstone. Pentland Press, 2000. Dust jacket. $34.95
  234. Wilhelmsen, Romain. Buckskin and Satin: A Novel. The mystery of John Ringo's death and the activities of Tombstone. 1st edition. Sunstone Press, 1998. Dust jacket. $28.95 *
  235. SOLD Wyatt Earp, Tombstone & the West. Part I, Auction June 25, 2004. Catalog of sale items with some illustrations. Includes loose map of Tombstone by John Gilchriese. John's Western Gallery. Soft cover, oversize. $12.50

  236. Wyatt Earp's Tombstone Vendetta. Glenn G. Boyer, editor. What really happened and why. 1st edition. Talei Publishers, 1993. Dust jacket. $80.00 *
  237. SOLD Yadon, Laurence J. and Dan Anderson. Arizona Gunfighters. Edited by Robert Barr Smith. The authors, relying on transcripts, newspaper accounts, diary entries and memoirs, tell a vivid story of the untamed days. Pelican, 2010. Soft cover. $16.95

  238. SOLD Young, Roy B. Cochise County Cowboy War: A Cast of Characters. Includes a Cochise County chronology and place names, Tombstone business directory, and a bibliography on Earp and Cochise County sources. Signed by the author. Young & Sons Enterprises, 1999. Spiral bound. $30.00

  239. Young, Roy B. "Johnny-Behind-the-Deuce: Guilty Until Proven Innocent: The True Story of Mike O'Rourke and the Shooting of Philip Schneider. Sets the record straight one incident of the Earp/Tombstone history. Limited edition of 250 copies, signed and numbered by the author. Young & Sons, 2007. Wraps. $15.00 *

  240. Young, Roy B. Judge William H. Stilwell: Bench and Bar in Arizona Territory. Foreword by Gary L. Roberts & Robert E. Palmquist. Full-length biography the Arizona Territorial Supreme Court Justice. Signed by the author. Young & Sons, 2011. Soft cover, oversize. $30.00 *

  241. Young, Roy B. Pete Spence: "Audacious Artist in Crime." Includes copies of original documens. Signed by the author. Young and Sons Enterprises, 2000. Wraps. $20.00 *

  242. SOLD Young, Roy B. Robert Havlin Paul: Frontier Lawman The Arizona Years. Biography of the fearless Wells Fargo detective, Sheriff of Pima County and U.S. Marshal for Arizona. Limited & numbered edition of 500 copies, signed by the author. Young & Sons, 2009. Soft cover, oversize. $30.00

 

Superstition Mountains



  1. The Apache Trail Highway of Arizona. 25 photographs taken along the Apache Trail. Salt River Project, 1994. Small soft cover. $7.50 *
  2. SOLD Allen, Robert Joseph. The Story of Superstition Mountain and the Lost Dutchman Gold Mine. The true account of gold-hungry men who challenged the treacherous peak. Previous owner's writing on front endsheet. Pocket Books. Soft cover, minor wear. $7.50

  3. Arnold, Oren. Ghost Gold. Strange mystery legend of treasure in Superstition Mountain. 4th edition. Previous owner's inscription on front endsheet. Naylor Co., 1961. Dust jacket with spine faded. $27.50 *
  4. SOLD Arnold, Oren. Mystery of Superstition Mountain. 1st edition. Harvey House, 1972. Dust jacket. $45.00
  5. Arnold, Oren. Superstition's Gold: The Romantic History of Hidden Treasure in the Superstition Mountain with its Famous Lost Dutchman Mine, including Indian Legends. Limited edition, hand tinted illustrations in oils. Previous owner's name on inside front cover. Arizona Printers, 1934. Gold wraps with tears and missing pieces on upper corner and spine. $50.00 *
  6. Barnard, Barney. The Story of Jacob Walzer, Superstition Mountain and Its Famed Dutchman's Lost Mine. Life time research on the Lost Dutchman Mine with photographs and maps. Signed by the author. 10th edition. Self-published, 1962. Green wraps. $25.00 *

  7. Barnard, Barney and Charles Frederick Higham. True Story of Jacob Walzer and his Famous Hidden Gold Mine (The Lost Dutchman) (cover title). A fascinating and Romantic tale of an old German prospector known to fame as the Old Dutchman and whose famous Gold Mine is still a mystery of the Superstition Mountains. Illustrated by Higham. New edition. Presentation copy signed by Barnard, dated November 1953. Rancho del Superstition, nd. Yellow wraps. $75.00 *

  8. SOLD Blair, Robert. Tales of the Superstitions: The Origins of the Lost Dutchman Legend. 1st edition. Arizona Historical Foundation, 1975. Red cloth. $50.00

  9. Conatser, Estee. The Sterling Legend: The Facts Behind the Lost Dutchman Mine. All the facts concerning Jackob Waltz and the famous mine. Ram Publishing, 1972. Soft cover with minor wear. $15.00 *

  10. SOLD Corbin, Helen. The Bible on the Lost Dutchman Gold Mine and Jacob Waltz: A Pioneer History of the Gold Rush. Absolutely vital reading for those interested in one of the world's greatest mysteries. Unpublished diaries and other documents provide historical proof to many of the perplexing questions. Wolfe Publishing, 2002. Soft cover. $24.95
  11. SOLD Corbin, Helen. The Bible on the Lost Dutchman Gold Mine and Jacob Waltz: A Pioneer History of the Gold Rush. Absolutely vital reading for those interested in one of the world's greatest mysteries. Unpublished diaries and other documents provide historical proof to many of the perplexing questions. Presentation copy signed by Helen Corbin and Bob Corbin. Limited edition of 100 numbered copies. Wolfe Publishing, 2002. Blue leatherette. $85.00

  12. SOLD Corbin, Helen. The Curse of the Dutchman's Gold. Arizona's Attorney General Bob Corbin and historian Tom Kollenborn open their secret files on the Lost Dutchman Mine. Includes never before revealed photograph of Jacob Waltz"a deathbed ore. Foxwest Publishing, 1990. Soft cover. $16.95
  13. Corbin, Helen. Senner's Gold. The little-known story about a cowboy-miner and his search for forbidden gold Taken from his diary, the map led to a lost camp, a hidden cache and a one-armed skeleton. Foxwest Publishing, 1993. Soft cover. $16.95 *
  14. Dahlmann, John. A Tiny Bit of God's Creation. Illustrations by Ted De Grazia. Story of the Superstition Mountains. De Grazia Gallery in the Sun. Soft cover. $50.00 *

  15. SOLD d'Autremont, Hugh. West of Dawn. True stories of prospectors in the Superstition Mountains of Arizona, Pinto Basin in eastern California and the Sierra Madre Occidental in Old Mexico. 1st edition. Exposition Press, 1971. Brown cloth. $35.00
  16. SOLD Ely, Sims. The Lost Dutchman Mine: The Fabulous Story of the Seven-Decade Search for the Hidden Treasure in the Superstition Mountains of Arizona. One of the best books on the Lost Dutchman mine by an early resident of Arizona. Previous owner's name on inside front cover. William Morrow & Co., 1957. Red cloth. $45.00

  17. Eppinga, Jane. Apache Junction and the Superstition Mountains: Images of America. Illustrated story of this Arizona community the associated with the Lost Dutchman Mine. Arcadia Publishing, 2006. Soft cover. $19.95 *

  18. Feldman, Ron. Crooked Mountain. The legend of the Superstition Mountains continues. Presentation copy signed by the author. World Publishing, 2000. Soft cover. $19.95 *

  19. SOLD Fraser, Jay. Lost Dutchman Mine Discovers. Affiliated Writers of America, 1989. Wraps. $9.95
  20. Gardner, Erle Stanley. The Desert is Yours. A spirited account of adventure in the present-day American desert. Contains stories about the Lost Dutchman, the Lost Peg-Leg Mine and Lost Arch Mine. 1st edition. William Morrow, 1963. Dust jacket. $30.00 *

  21. Gardner, Erle Stanley. The Desert is Yours. Contains stories about the Lost Dutchman, the Lost Peg-Leg Mine and Lost Arch Mine. Adventurers Club, 1967. Maroon cloth with minor wear. $20.00 *

  22. Gardner, Erle Stanley. Hunting Lost Mines by Helicopter. An adventure in the American Desert looking for the Lost Dutchman and Lost Nummel Mines. Illustrated. Written by the author of the Perry Mason stories. 1st edition. William Morrow & Co., 1965. Dust jacket. $45.00 *
  23. Garman, Robert L. Mystery Gold of the Superstitions. Includes nine other exciting true stories of the Superstitions. 3rd edition. 1980. Soft cover. $22.00

  24. SOLD Geldermann, Thomas A. The Lure of the Dutchman: Cracking the Mystery of the Lost Mine. (Novel) Autographed. 2000. Soft cover. $12.00
  25. SOLD Gentry, Curt. Killer Mountains: A Search for the Legendary Lost Dutchman Mine The great story of the last search for the Lost Dutchman Mine by the Oklahoma treasure seekers. Previous owner's initials on front endsheet. New American Library, 1969. Dust jacket. $40.00
  26. Getler, Warren and Bob Brewer. Shadow of the Sentinel: One Man's Quest to Find the Hidden Treasure of the Confederacy. The fascinating story of the Knights of the Golden Circle and the hidden caches the KGC established across the country. Getler and Brewer suggest that the clandestine network of KGC operatives was far wider than previously thought, and that it included Jesse James. The Superstition Mountains, Jacob Waltz and the Lost Dutchman mine are also linked to the KGC. Simon & Schuster, 2003. Soft cover. $22.95 *

  27. glover lost SOLD Glover, T. E. The Lost Dutchman Mine of Jacob Waltz Part I: The Golden Dream: The Legend and History of the Lost Dutchman Mine. Clues and Trails cross-referenced to the Hiker's Guide to the Superstition Wilderness. Signed by the author. Cowboy Miner Productions, 2004. Soft cover. $65.00 *
  28. SOLD (Glover, T. E.) The Lost Dutchman Mine of Jacob Waltz: Part 2 The Holmes Manuscript by George "Brownie" Holmes. Compiled and Annotated by T. E. Glover. Cowboy Miner Productions, 2000. Softcover $17.95
  29. Higham, Charles Frederick. True Story of Jacob Walzer and his Famous Hidden Gold Mine (The Lost Dutchman) (cover title). A fascinating and Romantic tale of an old German prospector known to fame as the Old Dutchman and whosefamous Gold Mine is still a mystery of the Superstition Mountains. Illustrated by the author. 1st edition. McMath Company, nd. Yellow wraps with green tape on spine. $75.00 *

  30. History of the Lost Dutchman Monument, Apache Junction, Arizona. 50th Anniversary Rededication Ceremonies. With souvenirs, including pin.The Don's Club of Arizona, 1988. $20.00 *

  31. Holder, Ralph. Mistic Memories of the Superstition Mountains. Stories of the Superstition Mountains, illustrated with photographs and drawings. Ralph Holder. Brown wraps. $15.00 *

  32. SOLD Jennings, Gary. The Treasure of the Superstition Mountains. The story of the Lost Dutchman gold mine and the mysterious mountains of Arizona. Previous owner's writing on front endsheet. 1st edition. W. W. Norton, 1973. Dust jacket. $45.00
  33. SOLD Kizziar, Kaye. Eyes of the Superstitions. 1st edition. Az-Tex Books, 1993. Wraps. $6.95

  34. Kollenborn, Tom J. The Apache Trail: A Storybook Guide to Arizona's Historical Highway. Illustrated history of this famous road that leads to Roosevelt Dam. 4th edition. Superstition Mountain Press, 2006. Sprial bound. $12.95 *
  35. Kollenborn, Thomas J. Legends of Superstition Mountain. Pamphlet on the Lost Dutchman. 3d edition. World Publishing Corp., 1999. Wraps. $2.95 *
  36. Kollenborn,Tom and James Swanson. Superstition Mountain: In the Footsteps of the Dutchman, Part II. Signed by both authors. 1st printing. Limited edition, # 14 out of 25. Ray's Printing, 2008. Brown leatherette in brown cloth slipcase. $100.00

  37. Kollenborn,Tom and James Swanson. Superstition Mountain in the Footsteps of the Dutchman. Ray's Printing, 2008. Soft cover. $22.95 *

  38. SOLD Lee, Robert E. The Lost Dutchman Mine: The Making of the Motion Picture. Tells how the documentary movie of this story was made. Previous owner's writing on half title page. Dick Martin, c. 1976. Soft cover. $12.50

  39. Marlowe, Travis. Superstition Treasures. Illustrated story of these famous mountains and what they hold. 1st edition. Tyler Printing Co., 1965. Soft cover with former price inked on front cover. $35.00 *

  40. Moiser, Amy Michelle. Treasure Maps of the Superstitions. The Peralta Stone Maps show a route to a new and different treasure than the Lost Dutchman's mine. Illustrated history that offers a different theory. Golden West Publications, 2006. Soft cover oversize. $20.00 *
  41. newParish, Pat. Dutchman and the Devil: The Lost Story. Illustrated by the author. This novel explores the tangled trail of truth and fiction that is Dutchman Waltz's legacy. eBookit.com, 2013. Soft cover. $9.95 *

  42. Powers, Richard L., Superstition Mountain Historical Society and the Gila County Historical Society Museum. Apache Trail: Images of America. Illustrated history of this road up to Theodore Roosevelt Dam. Arcadia Publishing, 2009. Soft cover. $21.99 *

  43. Rosecrans, Ludwig G. Spanish Gold and the Lost Dutchman. Illustrated story of the Lost Dutchman mine. 2d edition. Lofgreen Printing, 1953. Wraps with edges worn. $35.00 *
  44. SOLD Scott, Wendell. In Search of the Clues to the Lost Dutchman Mine. Stories to help you find the mine? Signed by the author. Freelance Publishing, 1999. Spiral bound. $20.00

  45. Scott, Wendell. Where the Trail Turns South: Found Clue to the Lost Dutchman Mine. Clues to the mine? Signed by the author. Freelance Publishing, 2002. Spiral bound. $20.00 *

  46. Sheffer, H. Henry III and Sharyn R. Alger. "Gold is Where You Find It" Goldfield, Arizona 1892. Stories of the Superstition Mountain area and Goldfield. 2d edition. Norseman Publications, 1995. Gold wraps. $15.00 *

  47. SOLD Sheridan, Michael F. Superstition Wilderness Guidebook: Geology and Trails. Contains maps and photographs with distance guides. Previous owner did limited yellow highlighting. 1978. Soft cover. $10.00
  48. Sikorsky, Robert. Fools' Gold: The Facts, Myths and Legends of the Lost Dutchman Mine and the Superstition Mountains. Extensive bibliography. Golden West Publishers, 1983. Soft cover. $15.00 *

  49. SOLD Squires, Mark E. The Dutchman: A Novel Based on the True Story of the Lost Dutchman's Gold Mine. 1st edition. Desert Candle Publishing, 1994. Wraps. $10.95
  50. SOLD Storm, Barry. Thunder Gods Gold: The Amazing Story of America's Most Famed Lost Gold Mines, Traditional Epitome of Western Treasure Trails. Illustrated by the author. Tales of the Superstition Mountains. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. Storm Mollet Publishing, 1953. Yellow dust jacket. $75.00

  51. Storm, Barry. Thunder Gods Gold. Revised, enlarged edition, illustrated by the author. Tales of the Superstition Mountains. Stormjade Books, 1967. Yellow soft cover. $35.00 *
  52. SOLD Storm, Barry. Thunder God's Gold. Dedication, Introduction and Final Chapter by Robert Schoose. Story of the Superstition Mountains and looking for the Lost Dutchman. Schoose Publishing, 1986. Soft cover. $35.00

  53. Superstition Mountain Historical Society. Fact & Fiction of the Dutchman's Lost Mine. A compilation of history, legends and lore of the "Lost Dutchman" gold mine. Ray's Printing, 2006. Spiral bound. $15.00 *

  54. SOLD Superstition Mounain Historical Society. Geology, Historical Events, Legends and Lore of the Superstition Mountain. Compilation of geology, history and legends of the Superstition Mountains. SMHS, 2007. Spiral bound. $20.00

  55. Swanson, James A. and Thomas J. Kollenborn. Circlestone: A Superstition Mountain Mystery. Attempts to solve the mystery of of the strange circular phenomenon. Goldfield Press, 1986. Soft cover. $30.00 *

  56. Swanson, James A. and Thomas J. Kollenborn. In the Shadow of the Superstitions... The History of Apache Junction, Arizona. This book offers insights into the colorful characters and events that have made this area unique and famous. Goldfield Press, 1990. Soft cover. $10.00 *

  57. Swanson, James and Tom Kollenborn. Superstition Mountain: A Ride Through Time. A history of the Superstition Wilderness. 1st edition. Arrowhead Press, 1981. Dust jacket. $45.00 *
  58. SOLD Swanson, James. Superstition Mountain: A Ride Through Time. Stamp of the Bluebird Mine and Gift Shop on front endsheet. Arrowhead Press, 1981. Wraps. $15.00
  59. Swinford, Betty. Scotty and the Lost Dutchman Mine. Part of the Scotty series as he and his family go camping. Former library book with minimal markings. Moody Press, 1969. Soft cover. $5.00 *

  60. SOLD Waite, Mitch. Blood, Gold, and the Superstition Mountains. Autographed. Southwest Publications, 1996. $9.95
  61. SOLD Waite, Mitch. The Lost Dutchman and Superstition Mountain Who is Who. Signed, 1st edition. Southwest Publications, 1993. $9.95
  62. Ward, Bob. True Story of Superstition Mountains: Ripples of Lost Echos. True story of the webs of intrigue within the Superstition Mountains with a possible solution of the Ruth Map, Peralta Stone Maps and Map of the Crosses. Tract Evangelistic Crusade. Soft cover. $10.00 *

  63. Wilburn, John D. Dutchman's Lost Ledge of Gold. Stories of the Lost Dutchman and the Superstition Gold Mining District. Presentation copy signed by the author. 1st edition. Publications Press, 1990. $35.00 *

Arizona

  1. SOLD Abbot, Megan. Bury Me Deep. Novelization of the events that happened in Phoenix, 1931 that mirror the Winnie Ruth Judd episode. Signed by the author. Simon and Schuster, 2009. Soft cover. $15.00

  2. Acceptance and Unveiling of the Statue of Gen. John Campbell Greenway Presented by the State of Arizona Proceedings in the Congress and in Statuary Hall United States Capitol. Mark on front endsheet. 71st Congress, 2d Session, Senate Doc. No. 167. GPO, 1931. Blue cloth. $65.00

  3. Accomazzo, Betty. This is Your Life. Interesting history of the beef cattle industry in Arizona as seen through the organization of the Arizona Cowbelles. Signed by the author. Arizona Cowbelles. Green cloth. $17.00

  4. Acuna, Sylvia G. Queen Creek: Images of America. Illustrated history of this agricultural community and now a suburb of the Phoenix area. Arcadia Publishing, 2013. Soft cover. $21.99

  5. Aitchison, Stewart W. Oak Creek Canyon and the Red Rock Country of Arizona: A Natural History and Trail Guide. Illustrated by Pam Lunge. The first comprehensive guide to the renowned Oak Creek area. Stillwater Canyon Press, 1978. Soft cover. $15.00

  6. Alexander, Paul. Man of the People: The Life of John McCain. The story of McCain's unique American journey from the Naval Academy to the Hanoi Hilton, from the U.S. Senate to a presidential campaign. 1st edition. John Wiley, 2003. Dust jacket. $27.95

  7. SOLD Allen, Mary Moore. Origin of Names of Army and Air Corps Posts, Camps and Stations in World War II in Arizona. Photocopy of a typescript. 12 loose pages. $10.00

  8. Allyn, Joseph Pratt. The Arizona of Joseph Pratt Allyn - Letters from a Pioneer Judge: Observations and Travels, 1863-1866. Edited by John Nicolson. Early Arizona settler who saw and met many of the interesting characters, including King Woolsey. University of Arizona Press, 1974. Dust jacket. $10.00

  9. Anderson, Dorothy Daniels. Arizona Legends and Lore: Tales of Southwestern Pioneers. As told by Dorothy Daniels Anderson, a master storyteller, of such topics as Olive Oatman, Vulture Gold, the lady in Blue and the Woodson Brothers. Golden West Publishers, 2005. Soft cover. $9.95

  10. Anderson, Parker and Elisabeth Ruffner. The Elk's Opera House: Images of America. For over 100 years, the Elks Opera House has been a landmark of the cultural scene in Prescott, Arizona and the western United States. The authors present the history of this grand theater. Arcadia Publishing, 2012. Soft cover. $21.99

  11. Anderson, John R. J.J. : The Life and Legacy of an Arizona Cowman, Gunman, Gentleman. Biography of J. J. Anderson who ranched along the Gila River. Signed by Lucille Anderson. Hot Iron Press, 1994. Soft cover. $22.50

  12. Anderson, Lisa A. Alice Jung, Jared Smith and Thomas Wilson. Mesa. Story of this Salt River Valley Town. Images of America. Arcadia Publishing, 2008. Soft cover. $19.95

  13. Annerino, John. Arizona: A Photographic Tribute. A stunning celebration of the state's scenic wonders. A Centennial Edition. Globe Pequot Press, 2012. Dust jacket. $17.95

  14. Annerino, John. Dead in Their Tracks: Crossing America's Desert Borderlands. Story of immigrants attempting to cross Arizona's desert from Mexico. Four Walls Eight Windows, 1999. Dust jacket. $35.00

  15. Applewhite, Karen Miller. On the Road to Nowhere: A History of Greer, Arizona 1879-1979. Illustrated by the author. History of this northeastern Arizona. Signed by the author. 1979. Soft cover with minor wear. $12.00

  16. Arizona 100: A Centennial Gathering of Essential Books on the Grand Canyon State. Edited by Bruce J. Dinges with contributions by Bill Broyles, Steve Cox, Alfredo Gonzales, Roger Myers and James J. Owens. A selection of books on Arizona which originally appeared in The Journal of Arizona History, with an index. Limited to 100 numbered copies, signed by all the contributors. Arizona Historical Society, 2012. Soft cover. $45.00

  17. Arizona 100: A Centennial Gathering of Essential Books on the Grand Canyon State. Edited by Bruce J. Dinges with contributions by Bill Broyles, Steve Cox, Alfredo Gonzales, Roger Myers and James J. Owens. A selection of books on Arizona which originally appeared in The Journal of Arizona History, with an index. Arizona Historical Society, 2012. Soft cover. $35.00

  18. Arizona Fifty: A list of fifty books about Arizona published since statehood. Selected and annotated by Donald M. Powell. Signed by the author. Tucson, 1962. White wraps. $30.00

  19. Arizona Librarian. Issue contains an article by Bert Fireman on Sixty-seven Arizona History Books and an article on Edwin Bliss Hill by Gertrude Hill Muir. Winter 1967. Soft cover. $5.00

  20. SOLD Arizona Pioneers Historical Society. Constitution and By-Laws. Adopted April 16, 1897. Included is a separate copy of the Constitution, approved by the Legislative Assembly of Arizona, March 18, 1897. Wraps. $25.00

  21. Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society. Society of Arizona Pioneers. Constitution adopted May 28, 1948 and By-Laws adopted Nov. 15, 1947 and May 28, 1948. Wraps. $10.00

  22. Arizona Territorial Justice Forum. Wham Robbery Case. Articles by Larry Ball and Frank Shubert. Includes a transcript of the proceedings. Tombstone Courthouse State Historic Park, 2003. Soft coer, oversize. $12.50

  23. Arpaio, Joe and Len Sherman. Joe's Law: America's Toughest Sheriff Takes on Illegal Immigration, Drugs and Everthing Else That Threatens America. Biography of this contemporary Arizona sheriff. Amacom, 2008. Dust jacket. $24.00

  24. Archer, Lou Ella. Canyon Shadows. Poetry about the Grand Canyon and other parts of the Arizona, illustrated by Lilliam Wilhelm Smith. 1st edition. Times-Mirror Press, 1931. Tan cloth with pasted color image, minor staining. $25.00

  25. Archer, Lou Ella. Sonnets to the Southwest. Poetry with illustrations by George Elbert Burr and Lillian Wilhelm Smith. 2d edition. Times-Mirror Press, 1931. Dust jacket. $25.00

  26. Arizona: A State Guide. Written by Writers' Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Arizona. A guide to the Grand Canyon State. Hastings House, 1947. Creme cloth with minor wear. $35.00

  27. Arizona and Its Heritage. Information about the State of Arizona. General Bulletin No. 3. University of Arizona, 1936. Soft cover. $10.00

  28. An Arizona Gathering: A Bibliography of Arizoniana 1950-1959. Compiled by Donald M. Powell. Frontispiece etching by Jack Van Ryder. Limited to 200 copies, No. 105, signed by Donald M. Powell. Designed and printed by Lawton Kennedy. Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society, 1960. Decorated teal cloth. $70.00

  29. An Arizona Gathering: A Bibliography of Arizoniana 1950-1959. Compiled by Donald M. Powell. Frontispiece etching by Jack Van Ryder. Limited to 400 copies. Designed and printed by Lawton Kennedy. Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society, 1960. Salmon wraps. $30.00

  30. An Arizona Gathering II 1950-69: An Annotated Bibliography. Compiled by Donald M. Powell. Over 2,000 entries a covered. University of Arizona Press, 1973. Dust jacket. $25.00

  31. Arizona Good Roads Association Illustrated Road Maps and Tour Book. Contains photos of roads, landmarks, resorts, towns, points of interest and detailed information. Originally printed in 1913. Arizona Highways, 1977. Gray stiff boards. $20.00

  32. Arizona Highways. The Years of Arizona Highways. Cumulative Index 1925-1951. Soft cover, oversize. $20.00

  33. SOLD Arizona Highways Magazine. Volume 17, 1941. Articles: Barry Goldwater on a trip down the Green and Colorado rivers with his photographs; Kinishba; Ted de Grazia; drawings by Ross Santee; Verde River; Navajo Country; Howe Williams artist; Arizona lakes and rivers. Bound. $90.00

  34. The Arizona Historical Review. Vol. 4, No. 4. Contains articles on Dr. James Douglas, The Pleaseant Valley War, The Army and The Apache, and Spanish Missions in the Southwest. Arizona State Historian, January 1932. $25.00 *

  35. Arizona Historical Review. Vol.VI:3. Contains articles on Gran Quivira, Territorial Governors, John Finkle Stone and the Apache Pass Mining Co. and Military Forts in 1869. July 1935. Blue soft cover $15.00 *

  36. Arizona: Its People and Resources. By the University of Arizona faculty. An illustrated look at Arizona. Revised 2nd edition. University of Arizona Press, 1972. Decorated cloth, with wear, oversize. $15.00

  37. Az Memoris Arizona Memories. Edited by Anne Hodges Morgan and Rennard Strickland. Anthology of memoirs and recollections of Arizona's mid-nineteenth to mid-twentieth history, including Martha Summerhayes, Sue Summers (lived in Florence), Ralph Palmer (early Valley Doctor), and Nel Cooper. Signed by Strickland. University of Arizona Press, 1984. Dust jacket. $25.00

  38. Arizona . . . Its Place in Time. Newspaper articles from the Arizona Republic about the State's prehistoric Indians, geology and history. c. 1957. Previous owner's name stamped on cover. Soft cover. $5.00

  39. Arizona Sheriff. Issue devoted to Gila County. Vol. 29:1. February, 1974. Soft cover, oversize. $15.00

  40. Arizona State Teachers College, Flagstaff. Pine Knots. Story of the student publication. College Bulletin, volume 21: 8, March 1941. Blue wraps. $7.50

  41. Arizona Territory. Minutes of the Constitutional Convention of the Territory of Arizona 1910. Phoenix Printing Co. Soft cover. $50.00

  42. Arizona Water Policy: Management Innovations in an Urbanizing Arid Region. Edited by Bonnie G. Colby and Katharine L. Jacobs. Introduction to water conflicts, politics and econimics. RFF Press, 2006. Casebound. $65.00

  43. Arnold, Oren, comp. Arizona Brags: Your Sun-Country Souvenir. All the wittiest, wisest, best - and worst! - ever said about Arizona. Filled with tidbits about the Grand Canyon State. Illusgtrated. Bob Petley Studios, 1952. Soft cover. $12.00

  44. Arnold AZ under Arnold, Oren. Arizona Under the Sun. Foreword by Barry Goldwater. Classic portrait of Arizona, describing Native American crafts, cowboys and places. 1st edition. Bond Wheelwright Co., 1968. Dust jacket. $12.50

  45. Arnold, Oren. Sun in Your Eyes: New Light on the Southwest. Illustrated by Lloyd Lozes Goff. Stories of Arizona and the Southwest - touching on ranching and Native Americans. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1947. Dust jacket. $35.00

  46. Ascarza, William. Southeastern Arizona Mining Towns: Images of America. Illustrated history of such mining locals as Bisbee, Clifton, Globe, Miami, Ray, Silverbell and the town of Cananea in Mexico." Arcadia Publishing, 2011. Soft cover. $21.99

  47. Asfar, Dan. Ghost Stories of Arizona and New Mexico. Among the prickly pear cacti, nut pines and juniper trees, ghostly spirits can be found throughout the rugged Arizona and New Mexico landscape. Learn about such paranormal events at the Yuma Territorial Prison, atop Urraca Mesa in Navajo land, the Verde Valley or among the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Lone Pine Publishing, 2006. Soft cover. $11.95

  48. Ashurst, Henry Fountain. A Many Colored Toga: The Diary of Henry Fountain Ashurst. Edited by George F. Sparks. Arizona's Senator's writings from 1912 through 1937. Signed by Senator Ashust and Presentation note signed by George Sparks. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 1962. Dust jacket. $45.00

  49. Ashhurst, Henry Fountain. Speeches of Henry Fountain Ashurst of Arizona. Published by Senator Barry Goldwater. Speeches from the first U.S. Senator from Arizona. Hard cover. Arizona-Messenger Printing Co. $25.00

  50. Ashworth, Donna. Biography of a Small Mountain. The story of Woody Mountain, a modest lava cone near Flagstaff, Arizona. A unique addition to the literature of Arizona history and Coconino National Forest. 1st printing. Small Mountain Books, 1991. Soft cover. $22.50

  51. Axford, Joseph "Mack." Around Western Campfires. Stories of cowboy life in the Arizona Territory, including tales of the Earp Brothers and Pat Garrett. 1st edition. Signed by the author. Pageant Press, 1964. Dust jacket with little wear. $35.00

  52. Axford, Joseph "Mack." Around Western Campfires. Stories of cowboy life in the Arizona Territory, including tales of the Earp Brothers and Pat Garrett. University of Arizona Press, 1969. Dust jacket with spine sunned. $15.00

  53. Ayers, Steve and the Camp Verde Historical Society. Camp Verde: Images of America. Illustrated story of this Arizona town along the Verde River. Arcadia Publishing, 2010. Soft cover. $21.99

  54. Babala, Jim. The Arizona Desert King and I. Story of Jack Walters, "King of the Arizona Desert Sheep Hunters." Signed by the author. 1st printing. Jim Babala, 1989. Dust jacket. $75.00

  55. Babbitt, James E. and John G. DeGraff. Flagstaff: Images of America. Illustrated history of this early northern Arizona town. Arcadia Publishing, 2009. Soft cover. $21.99

  56. Baca, Pauline. Old Concho: History and Folklore. Story and history of this early northern Arizona hispanic farming and ranching community. Baca Enterprises, 2002. Black cloth oversize. $85.00

  57. Bailey, Lynn R. Bisbee: Queen of the Copper Camps. The story of the southern Arizona mining town through its early development to its revitalization. Revised and enlarged. Westernlore Press, 2002. Soft cover. $22.00

  58. Bailey, Lynn R. Mines, Camps, Ranches, and Characters of the Dragoon Mountains. A history of the Dragoon Mountains in southeastern Arizona - including the people - from the Native Americans to the prospectors and miners. Westernlore Press, 2008. Soft cover. $23.00

  59. Bailey, Lynn R. The "Unwashed Crowd:" Stockmen and Ranches of the San Simon and Sulphur Spring Valleys, Arizona Territory, 1878-1900.” The book examines the cattle ranchers and cowboys who came to southeastern Arizona from Texas, many establishing their ranches along the New Mexico – Arizona border.  Within five years, Pennsylvania Yankees came to Sulphur Spring Valley and had cattle grazing on ranges the size of Rhode Island. Signed. 1st printing. Westernlore Press, 2014. Soft cover. $25.00 *

  60. SOLD Baley, Charles W. Disaster at the Colorado: Beale's Wagon Road and the First Emigrant Party. Little has been written abut the first emigrants that used the 35th parallel route - they faced Indian attack, an unforgiving Arizona desert, thirst and retreat. Utah State University Press, 2002. Soft cover. $19.95

  61. wham robbery Ball, Larry. Ambush at Bloody Run: The Wham Paymaster Robbery of 1889: A Story of Politics, Religion, Race, and Banditry in Arizona Territory. In this engrossing and meticulously documented study, Larry Ball draws on a wealth of new research - including interviews and the previously undiscovered trial transcript - to separate fact from legend in describing an event that pitted white against black, Gentile against Mormons, Democrat against Republican, lawman against outlaw, and neighbor against neighbor in a region chafing under federal control. Arizona Historical Society, 2000. Dust jacket. $34.95

  62. Bancroft, Hubert Howe. The History of Arizona and New Mexico. Volume XVII of The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft. Classic work on these two southwest territories. The History Company, 1889. Leather binding, cracked and peeling. $95.00

  63. Bancroft, Hubert Howe. The History of Arizona and New Mexico. Volume XVII of The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft. Classic work on these two southwest territories. Arizona foreword by Senator Barry Goldwater, New Mexico foreword by Senator Clinton P. Anderson. A facsimile of the 1889 edition published coincident to the 50th Anniversary of New Mexico & Arizona Statehood. Previous owner's name on title page. Horn & Wallace, 1962. Dust jacket with slight warping. $50.00

  64. Bank of Douglas. Arizona 1887-1950. Vignettes of Arizona history. 1949. Oversize wraps. $30.00

  65. Barnes, Will C. Arizona Place Names. Original edition providing a list of locations and name origins in Arizona in alpha order. University of Arizona General Bulletin No. 2. University of Arizona, 1935. Soft cover with water stain on front cover only. $60.00

  66. Barnes, Will C. Arizona Place Names. Revised and enlarged by Byrd H. Granger. Provides locations and origins for names in Arizona. Previous owner's signatures on title page and front endsheet. University of Arizona Press, 1960. Gold casebound. $40.00

  67. Barnes, Will C. Arizona Place Names. Foreword by Barnard L. Fontana. Reprint of the 1935 original edition providing a list of locations and name origins in Arizona in alpha order. University of Arizona Press. Soft cover. $25.00

  68. Barnes, Will C. Tales from The X-Bar Horse Camp: The Blue-Roan "Outlaw" and Other Stories. Stories of range life in early Arizona. 1st edition. The Breeders' Gazette, 1920. Tan boards with green cloth spine, very worn. $65.00

  69. Bates, Albert R. Jack Swilling: Arizona's Most Lied About Pioneer. Biography of the early settler of Phoenix - sets the record straight on this pioneer and former Confederate officer. Wheatmark, 2008. Soft cover. $12.95

  70. Bearce, Neil R. Minerals, Fossils, and Fluorescents of Arizona: A Field Guide for Collectors. Contains information on 90 collecting sites with photographs and topographic maps, with G.P.S. coordinates. Covers basic science of these minerals and fossils. Signed by the author. Arizona Desert Ice Press, 2006. Oversize soft cover. $29.00

  71. Beebe, B. F. Run, Light Buck, Run! The adventurous life of a long pronghorn and a man on Arizona's Paria Plateau. Illustrated by Larry Toschik. David McKay Company, 1962. Creme cloth. $22.50

  72. Bell, Katie. The Legend of Kohl's Ranch. History of this wonderful guest ranch in Arizona. Signed by the author. 1st edition. Central Arizona Publishing Co., 1985. Soft cover. $20.00

  73. Bensel Directory Company. Phoenix Directory for the Year 1892. The Bensel Directory Co.'s Phoenix directory for the year 1892; a general directory of the citizens of Phoenix, Tempe, and Mesa: a complete record of their institutions, societies, churches, corporations, street directories, business directories, etc. Reprint. Paul Johnson, 1971. Red cloth. $50.00

  74. Benton - Cohen, Katherine. Borderline Americans: Racial Division and Labor War in the Arizona Borderlands. A compelling exploration of race in the Arizona borderlands, focusing on Cochise County. Harvard University Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $29.95

  75. Berke, Arnold. Mary Colter: Architect of the Southwest. New color photographs by Alexander Vertikoff. The story about an extraordinary woman, weaving together three stories, the early twentieth-century career of a woman in what was then a man's profession; the creation of a building at the Grand Canyon and interior style drawn from regional history and landscape; and the exploitation of the American Southwest, largely in the hands of the railroads, for leisure travel. Filled with photographs, images from color postcards, etc. Princeton Architecture Press, 2002. Soft cover. $24.95

  76. Bimson, Carl A. Transformation in the Desert: The Story of Arizona's Valley National Bank. An address at Phoenix before the Newcomen Society. 1962. Wraps. $10.00 *

  77. SOLD Bimson, Walter R. Louis D. Ricketts (1859-1940): Mining Engineer, Geologist, Banker, Industrialist, and Builder of Arizona. Newcomen Society, 1949. Wraps. $10.00

  78. Bishop, Beverly C. Cowboys, Lumberjacks, and Frontier Justice. A pictorial history of Flagstaff, Arizona. Mountain Media Co., 1986. Wraps. $10.00

  79. Bishop, William Henry. Across Arizona in 1883 : including glimpses of Yuma, Tombstone, Tucson. It was first published in Harper's monthly. Introduction by William R. Jones. Outbooks, 1977. Wraps. $10.00 *

  80. Blanton, Shirley R. Tempe: Images of America. Illustrated story of this Arizona community located in the Salt River Valley. Arcadia Publishing, 2007. Soft cover. $19.95

  81. Bommersback, Jana. The Trunk Murderess: Winnie Ruth Judd - The Truth About an American Crime Legend Revealed at Last. The story of a woman who allegedly committed one of the most heinous crimes in the history of America and rips the lid off an age-old true crime cover-up. 1st edition. Simon & Schuster. Dust jacket. $35.00

  82. Bommersback, Jana. The Trunk Murderess: Winnie Ruth Judd - The Truth About an American Crime Legend Revealed at Last. The story of a woman who allegedly committed one of the most heinous crimes in the history of America and rips the lid off an age-old true crime cover-up. Poisoned Pen Press, 2003. Soft cover. $16.95

  83. SOLD Bond, Ervin. Percy Bowden: Born to be a Frontier Lawman. Story of an Arizona law officer in southeastern Arizona. Among the characters he encountered where bootleggers, John Dillinger, Aimee Semple McPherson and the early border wars. 1976. Dust jacket. $50.00

  84. Borowiec, Margaret L. Bisbee's Pioneer Homes. Images and stories of early Bisbee buildings and homes. 1976. Beige wraps. $10.00

  85. Bowe, Richard J., ed. Historical Album of Arizona. Pictorial history of Arizona, featuing places, events and characters. Previous owner's name stamp on front cover. Wraps, oblong, with age and minor wear. $7.00 *

  86. SOLD Branstetter, Myrtle. Pioneer Hunters of the Rim. A historical account of the joys, adventures and hardships of the early explorers of the Mogollon - Tonto Rim in Central Arizona. 1st edition. Norm's Publishing House, 1976. White cloth with minor wear. $35.00

  87. Branstetter, Myrtle. Pioneer Hunters of the Rim. A historical account of the joys, adventures and hardships of the early explorers of the Mogollon - Tonto Rim in Central Arizona. 1st edition. Norm's Publishing House, 1976. Soft cover. $20.00

  88. Brennan, Jose Lewis. Gold Placer of Quijotoa, Ariz. Edited by Bernard L. Fontana and illustrated by Hazel M. Fontana. Reproduced from original manuscript, no. 2325 in the U.S. Bureau of American Ethnology archives. Story written down in 1897 for John N. Brinton Hewitt, anthropologist for the U.S. Bureau of American Ethnology, by Jose Brennan, a Papago Indian. Typescript with pasted illustrations. 1958. Green wraps, with glue gone, tearing on top edge of some pages. $75.00

  89. Brent, William and Milard. The Hell Hole: The Yuma Prison Story. Story of the Arizona Territorial Prison in Yuma from 1875-1909. Illustrated with historic photos. Southwest Printers, 1962. Red illustrated wraps. $10.00

  90. Brittlebush: Arizona through the Eyes of its Elders. Memoirs, Stories and Poems by Senior Adults. A collection of the Senior Adult Writing Project. Scottsdale Community College, 1993. Soft cover. $8.00

  91. Brophy, A. Blake. Foundlings on the Frontier: Racial and Religious Conflict in Arizona Territory, 1904-1905. Previous owner's name on inside cover. University of the Arizona Press, 1972. Soft cover. $25.00

  92. Brophy, Blake. Tucson's Arizona Inn: The Continuum of Style. Illustrated history of this resort. Includes a postcard of the resort. Reprinted from the Journal of Arizona History, 1983. Rose wraps. $6.00

  93. Brophy, Frank Cullen. Arizona Sketch Book: Fifty Historical Sketches. Different stories about Arizona. 1st edition. Ampco Press, 1952. Dust jacket torn on the back and missing piece on top front cover. $30.00 *

  94. Browder, Robert Paul and Thomas G. Smith. Independent: A Biography of Lewis W. Douglas. A study of a prominent member of Congress, advisor to Presidents and an influential political figure. 1st edition. Alfred A. Knopf, 1986. Dust jacket. $30.00

  95. Browne, J. Ross, A Tour Through Arizona, 1864 or Adventures in the Apache Country. Copy no. 110 of 500 limited numbered copies. Previous owner's bookplate, name in pen, and stamp on front pages. He obviously did not want to lose this rare copy of factual reporting written from first hand observations made by a much-traveled wanderer of that period. Arizona Silhouettes, 1950. Dust jacket shows major tears. $75.00

  96. SOLD Browne, J. Ross. Adventures in the Apache Country or A Tour Through Arizona and Sonora with Notes on the Silver Region of Nevada. Notes printed on front sheets, possible signature of J. Ross Browne. 1st edition. Harper & Brothers, 1869. Green cloth. $175.00

  97. SOLD Browne, J. Ross. Adventures in the Apache Country: A Tour Through Arizona and Sonora, 1864. Re-edition, with introduction, annotations and index by Donald M. Powell. This edition places in valuable historical perspective one of the best first-hand reports of southern Arizona during the territorial days. University of Arizona Press, 1974. Dust jacket. $40.00

  98. Browne, J. Ross. J. Ross Browne: His Letters, Journals, and Writings. Edited with an introduction and commentary by Lina Fergusson Browne. Included are his travels on a whaling ship, his trips to Europe and his time in the Southwest. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1969. Dust jacket. $20.00

  99. Brownell, Elizabeth R. They Lived in Tubac. The story of the settlers who came to Tubac, from the Franciscans and Jesuits, soldiers and ranchers, farmers and mining engineers. Westernlore Press, 1986. Dust jacket. $26.95

  100. Broyles, Bill and Mark Haynes. Desert Duty: On the Line with the U.S. Border Patrol. Foreword by Charles Bowden. Puts a human face on the Border Patrol, featuring interviews with nineteen agents from the Arizona Border. University of Texas Press, 2010. Soft cover. $24.95

  101. SOLD Bryant, Kathleen. Sedona: Treasure of the Southwest: A Visual Tour of Oak Creek Canyon and Red Rock Country. Colorful photograph trip in this beautiful Arizona country. Northland Publishing, 2002. Oversize soft cover. $9.95

  102. Bryson, Janice Ryan and Kathleen Shappee Wood. Irish Arizona: Images of America. Illustrated history of this ethnic group from thecreation of the territory to present day. Arcadia Publishing, 2008. Soft cover. $21.99

  103. az auto travelnew Burgess Nancy. An Arizona Auto Adventure: Clarence Boynton's 1913 Travelogue. Foreword by Rush Boynton. Story of a trip in central Arizona in a Studebaker open touring car. Badger Mountain Press, 2013. Soft cover. $35.00

  104. Burgess, Nancy and Karen Despain. Around Yavapai County Celebrating Arizona's Centennial: Images of America. Arcadia Publishing, 2011. Soft cover. $21.99

  105. mayer SOLD Burgess, Nancy. An Illustrated History of Mayer, Arizona: Stagecoaches, Mining, Ranching and the Railroad. Foreword by Marshall Trimball. A look at this community located in the foothils of the Bradshaw Mountains. McFarland, 2012. Soft cover. $45.00

  106. SOLD Burnett, Jim. High Lonesome: Tales of Bisbee and Southern Arizona. Stories of ranching life in Sulphur Springs Valley. Jim Burnett, 1991. Dust jacket. $30.00

  107. Burnham, Frederick Russell. Scouting on Two Continents. The first chapters concern Burnham's youth in Minnesota and California and experiences as a miner and cowboy in Arizona, with much on lawless mining towns, the Tonto Basin feud, and Apache wars. The rest of the book is devoted to his experiences in South Africa, the Boer War, and other military actions. 1st edition. Doubleday, Page & Co., 1926. Brown cloth with gold lettering. $60.00

  108. SOLD Burnham, Frederick Russell. Scouting on Two Continents. The first chapters concern Burnham's youth in Minnesota and California and experiences as a miner and cowboy in Arizona, with much on lawless mining towns, the Tonto Basin feud, and Apache wars. The rest of the book is devoted to his experiences in South Africa, the Boer War, and other military actions. Garden City Publishing Co. Blue cloth. $35.00

  109. burnham taking chances Burnham, Frederick Russell. Taking Chances. Elicited and arranged by Mary Nixon Everett with introduction by Ross Seyfried. Additional stories by the British Chief of Scouts of his adventures in Africa and the American West. Wolfe Publishing Co., 1994. Blue cloth. $70.00

  110. Burruel, Jose Maria. Mexicans in Scottsdale: Images of America. Illustrated story of this Arizona community located in the Salt River Valley. Arcadia Publishing, 2007. Soft cover. $19.95

  111. Buscher, Linda and Dick. Historic Photos of Arizona. Highlights the unique history of the 48th State as captured in nearly 200 images - a photographic journey from the old west to modern Arizona. Turner Publishing, 2009. Dust jacket. $39.95

  112. Buscher, Linda and Dr. Dick. Remembering Arizona. With a selection of fine historic images from Historic Photos of Arizona, the authors provide a historical retrospective on the growth and development of Arizona. Trade Paper Press, 2010. Soft over oblong. $16.95

  113. Byrkit, Jim. Lt. Col. J. Francisco Chaves and the 'Chavez Trail.' The story of one of Arizona's oldest and most historically important trails. Includes map in pocket. 5th edition. Sierra Azul Productions, 2003. Wraps. $25.00 *

  114. Byrkit, Jim and Bruce Hooper. The Story of Pauline Weaver: Arizona's Foremost Mountain Man Trapper, Gold-Seeker, Scout, Pioneer. Biography of this noted Arizona character. Signed by both authors. Includes letter from Byrkit to Patricia Etter regarding his research. Sierra Azul, 1993. Soft cover. $40.00

  115. Cady, John H. Arizona's Yesterday - Being the Narrative of John H. Cady Pioneer. Rewritten and revised by Basil Dillon Woon 1915. Foreword to the 1995 edition by L. Boyd Finch. Reprint. Adobe Corral Westerners International, 1995. Dust jacket. $25.00

  116. Cady, John H. Arizona's Yesterday - Being the Narrative of John H. Cady Pioneer. Rewritten and revised by Basil Dillon Woon 1915. Foreword to the 1995 edition by L. Boyd Finch. Reprint. Adobe Corral Westerners International, 1995. Soft cover. $15.00

  117. SOLD Carefree Cave Creek Foothills: Live in the Sonoran Sun. Illustrated history of this central Arizona region. Foothills Community Foundation, 1990. Dust jacket. $39.95

  118. Carlock, Robert H. The Hashknife: The Early Days of the Aztec Land and Cattle Company, Limited. Story of this northern Arizona ranching empire. Westernlore Press, 1994. Dust jacket. $47.50 *

  119. Carlson, Raymond. Arizona's Scenic Seasons. Selected writings of Carlson when he was editor of the Arizona Highways. 2d edition. Arizona Highways, 1991. Dust jacket. $19.95

  120. Carlson, Vada F. Snapshots. Stories of Arizona characters. Limited First edition. Vada Carlson, 1990. Soft cover. $20.00

  121. Carriker, Robert M. Urban Farming in the West: A New Deal Experiment in Subsistence Homesteads. From 1933 to 1935, the federal government created thirty-four New Deal communities that sought to provide a healthier and more economically secure life; four were located in the West, Phoenix Arizona, two in California and one in Washington. University of Arizona Press, 2010. Dust jacket. $50.00

  122. Carson, Donald W. and James W. Johnson. Mo: The Life & Times of Morris K. Udall. A meticulously documented, straightforward history not only of Udall and his thirty years in Congress, but also of his family, Arizona and the nation in the latter 20th century. University of Arizona Press, 2001. Soft cover. $16.95

  123. Casebier, Dennis. Mojave Road Guide. Tales of the Mojave Road No. 11, June 1986. Stories about the history and people along the Mojave Road in northwestern Arizona. Green leatherette with gold decorations. $40.00

  124. Castro, Raul H. and Jack L. August, Jr. Adversity is My Angel: The Life and Career of Raul H. Castro. Autobiography of a Mexican immigrant who rose to be Governor of Arizona and later ambassador to South American countries. TCU Press, 2009. Soft cover. $21.95

  125. SOLD Caywood, W. Eugene. A History of Tucson Transportation: The Arrival of the Railroad Beginnings of Transit in Tucson. Illustrated with photographs and drawings. Tucson Pima County Historical Commission, 1980. Wraps. $9.50

  126. Champlin, Peggy. Raphael Pumpelly: Gentleman Geologist of the Gilded Age. Biography of one of America's most noted economic geoloists, who developed a silver mine in Arizona while dodging Apache bullets. History of American Science and Technology series. University of Alabama Press, 1994. Dust jacket. $20.00

  127. Chanin, Abe with Mildred Chanin. This Land These Voices: A different view of Arizona history in the words of those who lived it. A collection of narratives by people who lived in Arizona and helped shape her past and future. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1977. Dust jacket. $25.00

  128. The Chicano Experience in Arizona: Mining Agriculture Ranching Part One. Exhibit catalog of photographs at Arizona State University Library. 1991. Wraps. $10.00

  129. Chilcote, Martha McNary. Memories of McNary 1915-1985. Illustrated history of this northern Arizona lumber town. 1st edition. Commercial Graphics, 1985. Soft cover, oversize. $25.00

  130. Chisholm, Joe. Brewery Gulch: Frontier Days of Old Arizona - Last Outpost of the Great Southwest. Foreword by William MacLeod Raine. First-hand account by someone who grew up in the turbulent southeastern Arizona. 1st edition. Naylor, 1949. Dust jacket with spine taped and pieces missing. $70.00 *

  131. Chisholm, Joe. Brewery Gulch: Frontier Days of Old Arizona - Last Outpost of the Great Southwest. Foreword by William MacLeod Raine. First-hand account by someone who grew up in the turbulent southeastern Arizona. 1st edition. Endsheets show signs of aging. Naylor, 1949. Tan cloth. $50.00 *

  132. *Clardy, Susan. Sometimes the Blues: The Letters and Diaries of Frank Hammon, a Lonely Frontiersman in Globe and Phoenix, 1882-1889. Foreword by Don Dedera. Recreates the frontier world of Hammon in his own words and through additional research - describing the daily life in the mining town of Globe and the early farming community of Phoenix. Arizona Historical Society, 2007. Dust jacket. $25.00

  133. Clark, Richard. Willow Creek Road: The Story of Three Brothers on an Arizona Ranch. The author relieves his adventures on a northern Arizona ranch with his two brothers. The book is filled with nostalgic glimpses of when community picnics, country hoedowns and those front porch philiosophical discussions among neighbors, are the principle recreation. One World Press, 2003. Soft cover. $19.95

  134. SOLD Clark, Victoria. A Journey through Northern Arizona. A virtual tour of northern Arizona using more than 300 postcards showing the character and history of this region, including the Grand Canyon, Oak Creek and the Petrified Forest. Schiffer, 2008. Soft cover, oblong. $24.99

  135. Cleere, Jan. Outlaw Tales of Arizona: True Stories of Arizona's Most Nefarious Crooks, Culprits, and Cutthroats. Stories about Arizona's most famous robbers, rustlers, and bandits with such characters as the Apache Kid, James Addison Reavis, Burt Alvord. TwoDot, 2006. Soft cover. $10.95

  136. Clements, Eric L. After the Boom in Tombstone and Jerome, Arizona: Decline in the Western Resource Towns. A rare study dissecting the mining boomtowns and the reasons and manners in which these towns declined as the boom ended. 1st printing. University of Nevada Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $29.95

  137. SOLD Cline, Platt. Mountain Campus: The Story of Northern Arizona University. Foreword by Bruce Babbitt. One of a limited edition of twenty specially bound and boxed copies, signed by the author. Inscribed to a NAU professor. Northland Press, 1983. Dust jacket in slipcase. $40.00

  138. Cline, Platt. Mountain Town: Flagstaff's First Century. Foreword by Bruce Babbitt. History of Arizona's northern town from its first settlement in the late 1800s. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1994. Dust jacket. $35.00

  139. Cline, Platt. They Came to the Mountain: The Story of Flagstaff's Beginnings. A history of the town's first one hundred years. 1st edition. Northland Publishing Co., 1976. Dust jacket. $45.00

  140. *Cobb, Thomas. With Blood In Their Eyes. This non-fiction novel is based on Tom Power's Shoot Out at Dawn and Darvil McBride's The Evaders. It breathes dramatic new life into this nearly forgotten episode of the American West. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 2012. Dust jacket. $24.95 *

  141. Cobb, Thomas. With Blood In Their Eyes. This non-fiction novel is based on Tom Power's Shoot Out at Dawn and Darvil McBride's The Evaders. It breathes dramatic new life into this nearly forgotten episode of the American West. University of Arizona Press, 2012. Soft cover. $17.95 *

  142. Cogut, Ted and Bill Conger. History of Arizona's Clifton-Morenci Mining District - a personal approach. Vol. 1: The Underground Days; Vol. 2 The Era of Mining by Open Pit. 2nd printing. Mining History, 2001. Soft cover. $60.00

  143. Cochise Center and Museum. Informational brochure, 4 pages, about the Wilcox, Arizona area. $5.00

  144. Cochise Quarterly 9:4. Issue contains an article on Major Graham's Road by Larry D.Christiansen. The story following Philip St. George Cooke's trail. Winter 1990. Wraps. $5.00

  145. Cochise Quarterly 20:3. Issue contains an article "The Untimely and Uncessary Deaths of Two Famous Army Officers" by Richard Addison Wood. Autumn, 1991. Wraps. $10.00

  146. Cofer, Irene Cornwall. The Lunch Tree. Story of an Arizona pioneer growing up near the village of Wickieup and later moving to Kingman. Limited edition, numbered, and signed by the author. Drawings by Roy Purcell and printed under the auspices of the Mohave Pioneers Historical Society. Theo. Gaus Sons, 1969. Dust jacket. $50.00

  147. Collins, Jan Mackell. The Hash Knife Around Holbrook: Images of America. A photographic look at the Hash Knife ranch’s days in Arizona. Collins introduces an aspect to Hash Knife history as told through images, but also a number of family photographs that have never been published before now. Her great-grandfather George Hennessey and great-great-grandfather Frank Wallace were two of the last true Hash Knife cowboys. Signed by the author. Arcadia Publishing, 2013. Soft cover. $21.99 *

  148. Collins, Thomas P. Stage-Struck Settlers in the Sun-Kissed Land: The Amateur Theatre in Territorial Prescott, 1868-1903. Interesting story of the theater and opera houses in Arizona's wild west mining town. Wheatmark, 2007. Soft cover. $12.95

  149. Collins, William S. The Emerging Metropolis: Phoenix, 1944-1973. A detailed history of Phoenix and the development of many cultural, educational, social, and economic institutions. Arizona State Parks Board, 2005. Soft cover. $15.00

  150. Colton, Harold S. and Frank C. Baxter. Days in the Painted Desert and the San Francisco Mountains: A Guide. Early guide with maps to Arizona's northeastern country. 2nd edition. Museum of Northern Arizona, 1932. Stiff soft cover. $25.00

  151. Colvin, Verna Rae, comp. The Garden and How it Grew: Eden 1881-1981. Illustrated history of this small community along the Gila River. Filled with family names. Soft cover, oversize with binding loose. $75.00

  152. SOLD Conklin, E. Picturesque Arizona: Being the Result of Travels and Observations in Arizona during the Fall and Winter of 1877. 1st edition. Spine lose, inside front endsheets taped. Green cloth cover very worn on corners, speckled with paint. Mining Record Printing Est., 1878. $275.00

  153. SOLD Conkling, Roscoe P. and Margaret B. Conkling. The Butterfield Overland Mail 1857-1869: Its organization and operation over the Southern Route to 1861; subsequently over the Central Route to 1866; and under Wells, Fargo and Company in 1869. 3 volumes. Arthur H. Clark, 1947. Minor discoloration on red cloth. $950.00

  154. SOLD Cook, James E. Arizona 101: An irreverent short course for new arrivals. Who needs this course? Visitors will be able to enjoy their stay because they understand about weather, cowboys, native food and how to pronounce those funny words. 2nd edition. Cocinero Press, 1981. Soft cover. $7.95

  155. Cook, Jim. Arizona Liar's Journal. Sheds the shackles of fact and expands the truth about Arizona - do YOU know who painted the Painted Desert? Cowboy Miner, 2002. Soft cover. $14.95

  156. Cook, James. Arizona Pathways: Trails of History. Illustrated guide to various chapter's in Arizona history, including Beale's Wagon Road, Honeymoon Trail and he Gila Trail. Arizona Highways, 1989. Soft cover, oversize. $8.00

  157. Cookridge, E. H. The Baron of Arizona: The Great 12-Million-Acre Land Swindle. The story of James Reavis, who claimed 18,500 square miles of Central Arizona, including Phoenix and the Southern Pacific's right of way. John Day Company, 1967. Dust jacket. $35.00

  158. Cooper, Tom C. The Best from Arizona Highways. A book filled with colorful photographs and stories of Arizona's people and land. Arizona Highways, 1975. Dust jacket with wear tears, oversize. $30.00 *

  159. Cordes, Claire Champie. Ranch Trails & Short Tales. Illustrations by Mary Wills and Phil Gallegos. Thye story of ranch life in the Arizona Bradshaw Mountains - first at Cleator and later at Bumble Bee. Crown King Press, 1994. Soft cover. $10.95

  160. Cosulich, Bernice. Tucson. With map of landmarks, references, glossary, chronology, and bibliography. Illustrations by Bruce Marshall. Story of southern Arizona's major city. Previous owner's inscription on free front sheet. Arizona Silhouettes, 1953. Red cloth with minor wear. $35.00

  161. Cox, Larry. The Book of Tucson Firsts. Interesting tidbits about the southern Arizona city, illustrated. Javalina Press, 1998. Soft cover. $7.50

  162. Cox, Nellie I. and Helen B. Russell. Footprints on the Arizona Strip. Anecdotal history of northern Arizona and the pioneers who settled the land. Privately printed. 3rd edition. 1998. Brown leatherette. $39.95

  163. Cox, Nellie I. and Helen B. Russell. Footprints on the Arizona Strip. Anecdotal history of northern Arizona and the pioneers who settled the land. Personal inscription signed by Cox. Privately printed. 2nd edition. 1982. Brown leatherette. $75.00

  164. SOLD Cozzens, Samuel Woodworth. The Marvellous Country; or, Three Years in Arizona and New Mexico - The Ancient Cibola. An account of the author's trip to the Southwest in the mid nineteenth century, describing the natural landscape, towns such as Tucson, Native Americans - Papago, Apache, Zuni, etc. Engravings of the sights. Illustrated by more than one hundred engravings. Lee and Shepard Publishers, 1891. Decorated light green cloth, wear on edges. with lose front endsheet. $85.00

  165. Cozzens, Samuel Woodworth. The Young Silver Seekers or Hal and Need in the Marvellous Country. Complets the Young Trail Hunters' Series. Novel set in southern Arizona with the adventurers seeking silver mines and enountering Native Americans. Previous owner's name with date of 1882 on front endsheet. Lee and Shepard, 1883. Brown decorated cloth showing wear. $20.00

  166. Craig, Helen Baldock. Within Adobe Walls 1877-1973. Witten by a school teacher who taught in Globe and later married Gerald Craig and listed at the historic old Pinal Ranch. Author's signed presentation copy. Art-Press Printers, 1975. Soft cover. $25.00

  167. SOLD Crandall, Zeke. Arizona Tales. First volume of stories of Arizona from around the state. Signed by the author. Soft cover. $16.95

  168. Crandall, Zeke. Arizona Trail Robbers. Three stories about robbing trails in Arizona. Signed by the author. Soft cover. $12.95

  169. Crandall, Zeke. The Simple Man. Biography of Mike Dunbar. Signed by the author. 2006. Soft cover. $18.95

  170. Crane, James M. Uncle Harbord's Cochise County: Tales of Southeastern Arizona vol. 1. Spotted Dog Books, 1994. Wraps. $10.00

  171. SOLD Crombie, M. Katherine et al. Rich Hill: The History of Arizona's Most Amazing Gold District. Learn about Stanton, Octave, and Weaver, three of Arizona's most notorious ghost towns. Golden Retriever Pub., 2002. Soft cover. $24.95

  172. Crowe, Roaslie and Sidney B. Brinckerhoff, eds. Early Yuma: A Graphic History of Life on the American Nile. Illustrated with early photographs and documents of the southwestern Arizona city. Signed by Brinckerhoff. Yuma County Historical Society, 1992. Soft cover oversize. $19.95 *

  173. Crutchfield, James A. It Happened In Arizona: Remarkable Events That Shaped History. Stories of the Grand Canyon State. Falcon, 1994. Soft cover with minor wear. $8.95

  174. Cruz, Gilbert R. and James D. McBride. Arizona Heartland of the Southwest: Handbook of History Research Materials. A current and comprehensive research guide to literature on the history of Arizona - subject oriented. 1st edition. Eakin Press, 2004. Casebound. $39.95

  175. Cummings, Laura L. Pachucas & Pachucos in Tucson: Situated Border Lives. An innovative study examining the pachuco phenomenon and exploring its growth in Tucson. University of Arizona Press, 2009. Soft cover. $34.95

  176. Curnow, Alice J. The Journey with Tom: Memories of an Arizona Pioneer Woman. Edited by Mona Lange McCroskey. Curnow arrived in Arizona in 1881 on a train and then rode a stagecoach to Florence and then Globe. After the turn of the century, they moved to the Salt River Valley. 1st edition. HollyBear Press, 2003. Soft cover. $20.00

  177. Daughters of the Gila County Pioneers. A Cultural History of the Pioneer Women of Gila County, Arizona and Their Descendants. Git A Rope! Publishers, 2002. Soft cover. $35.00 *

  178. SOLD Daughters of the Gila County Pioneers. A Cultural History of the Pioneer Women of Gila County, Arizona and Their Descendants Volume 2. 1st edition. Git A Rope! Publishers, 2005. Soft cover. $25.00

  179. SOLD Daughters of the Gila County Pioneers. A Cultural History of the Pioneer Women of Gila County, Arizona and Their Descendants Volume 3. 1st edition. Git A Rope! Publishers, 2007. Soft cover. $25.00

  180. Daughters of the Gila County Pioneers. Historical Calendars 1993-2012. Photographs and information about theearly Gila County settlers. 2012. Soft cover, oversize. $25.00

  181. Dawn on the Desert: An Arizona saga of ... people ... power ... progress. History of Arizona Public Service, APS, power company on its 75th year. White decorated cloth. $10.00

  182. SOLD Dayhuff, Robert H. and James L. Pearson. Notoious Arizona Characters: A Biographical Sketch of Eight Individuals Remembered for their Notoriety. True stories of territorial Arizona, including Billy Stiles, the Apache Kid, Pearl Hart and R. G. Apsey. Signed by Dayhuff. Santa Cruz Valley Press, 2006. Soft cover. $22.00

  183. DeBarbieri, Lili. A Guide to Southern Arizona's Historic Farms & Ranches: Rustic Southwest Retreats. A journey into the rural west south of the Gila River. History Press, 2012. Soft cover. $19.99 *

  184. SOLD DeConcini, Dennis and Jack August. Senator Dennis DeConcini: From the Center of the Aisle. Autobiography of Arizona's Senator. University of Arizona Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $29.95

  185. Dedera, Don. The Cactus Sandwich and Other Tall Tales of the Southwest. Illustrated by Bill Ahrendt with a foreword by C. L. Sonnichsen. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1986. Soft cover. $9.95

  186. SOLD Dedera, Don. A Little War of Our Own: The Pleasant Valley Feud Revisited. Foreword by C. L. Sonnichsen. The story of Graham-Tewksbury feud. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. Northland Press, 1988. Dust jacket. $90.00

  187. Dedera, Don. A Mile in his Moccasins. Edited by Thomas K. Sanford, jr. with drawings by Kearney Egerton. Stories from Dedera's columns. Signed by the author. Previosu owner's name on inside front cover. 1st edition. McGrew Printing, 1960. Dust jacket with minor wear. $22.50

  188. DeSoucy, M. David. Arizona Rangers. Foreword by Marshall Trimble. Story of these Arizona lawmen who protected the settlers of Arizona for over 100 years. Images of America. Arcadia Publishing, 2008. Soft cover. $19.95

  189. Dillard, Gary. Bisbee's Fabulous Queen: As a Working Copper Mine and as a Tour. Material first appeared in Cochice County History Magazine. Frontera House Press, 1998. Wraps. $7.50

  190. Dillard, Gary. Murder on Brewery Gulch. Bisbee lawmen went to far in prosecuting the men they believed guilty. Frontera House Press, 1998. Wraps. $5.00

  191. Dillard, Gary. Tales from Bisbee's Past. Stories about Bisbee. Frontera House Press, 1997. Wraps. $7.50

  192. SOLD Dobkins, J. Dwight. Winnie Ruth Judd: The Trunk Murders. The true story of the most incredible murderess of the twentieth century and the strange events from 1931 -1972. 1st printing. Grosset & Dunlap, 1973. Dust jacket worn on edges. $25.00

  193. Douglas, A. E. "Montezuma's Well and the Soda Spring, Arizona." Extract of an article from Land of Sunshine. Stapled pages. $10.00

  194. downblue Down on the Blue: Blue River 1878 - 1986. Commissioned by the Blue River Cowbelles; compiled and edited by Cleo Cosper Coor. Stories about the early settlers and events along the Blue River. Illustrated with historic and contemporary photos and drawings. Fold-out map. 6th printing. Out West Printing, 1996. Blue cloth, oversize. $55.00

  195. Downey, Lynn and Desert Caballeros Western Museum. Wickenburg: Images of America. Illustrated history of the "Dude Ranch Capital of the World." Arcadia Publishing, 2011. Soft cover. $21.99

  196. Drachman, Roy P. This is not a book Just Memories. Privately printed (?), circa 1979. Brown leatherette. $50.00

  197. Driggs, Gary. Camelback Mountain: Images of America. Illustrated story of this famous Salt River Valley landmark. Arcadia Publishing, 2008. Soft cover. $21.99

  198. Dun, John. No New Frontiers - Eleven Stories inspired by Arizona Sunshine. Stories about Arizona and the southwest. Roycrofters, 1938. Blue cloth with paper label with cowboy. $20.00

  199. Duncklee, John. Good Years for the Buzzards. Biography of a rancher in southern Arizona and the O Bar J Ranch. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 1994. Dust jacket. $15.00

  200. DuPuy, William Atherton. The Baron of the Colorados. Historical novel about James Addison Reavis and his infamous attempt to swindle land in central Arizona. 1st edition. Naylor, 1940. Dust jacket. $40.00

  201. Durham, Clarence W. That Hashknife Kid. About a real Western cowboy and acknowledged as a great read by those familar with the Hashknife outfit. 2nd edition. Soft cover. $25.00

  202. Dutton, Allen A. Arizona Then & Now. Text and contemporary photography by Allen Dutton. Rephotographic history of places around Arizona. Revised edition. Westcliffe Publishers, 2002. Pictorial casebound, oversize oblong. $39.95

  203. Dysart, Zella. Summer Sojourn to the Grand Canyon: The 1898 Diary of Zella Dysart. Edited by Mona Lange McCroskey. The story of a young Phoenician's engaging account of her seven week adventure in Northern Arizona. 2nd edition. HollyBear Press, 2003. Soft cover. $10.00

  204. SOLD Echoes of the Past: Tales of Old Yavapai in Arizona. Stories by such authors as Gail Gardner, Bert Fireman and Bob Perkins. Dust jacket illustrated by George Phippen. 1st edition. Yavapai Cow Belles, 1955. Dust jacket with wear on edges. $30.00

  205. Echoes of the Past: Tales of Old Yavapai in Arizona. Stories by such authors as Gail Gardner, Bert Fireman and Bob Perkins. 2nd edition. Yavapai Cow Belles, 1955. Green cloth. $17.50

  206. Echoes of the Past: Tales of Old Yavapai volume 2. Edited with an introduction by Robert S. Stevens. Foreword by Russell C. Ewing. Vivid scenes of yesterday. Yavapai Cow Belles, 1964. Dust jacket. $35.00

  207. Edwards, Ken. In Search of Abby: The Story of Prescott's Famous Ghost. The tale of Abby and the Hotel Vendome. Signed by the author. 2005. Wraps. $15.00

  208. Ellis, Catherine H. Holbrook and the Petrified Forest: Images of America. Illustrated story of this Arizona community and the nearby National Park. Arcadia Publishing, 2007. Soft cover. $19.95

  209. Ellis, Catherine H. Snowflake: Images of America. Illustrated story of this northeastern Arizona community and its interesting history. Arcadia Publishing, 2008. Soft cover. $19.95

  210. Ellison, Glenn R. "Slim". Cowboys Under the Mogollon Rim - with sketches by the author. Simple storytelling of life in Arizona at the turn of the twentieth century. Presentation copy signed by Ellison with small pen & ink sketch. Slim Ellison's card is laid in. 2nd printing. University of Arizona Press, 1970. Dust jacket. $150.00

  211. Ellison, Glenn R. "Slim". Cowboys Under the Mogollon Rim - with sketches by the author. Simple storytelling of life in Arizona at the turn of the twentieth century. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 1968. Dust jacket. $55.00

  212. Ellison, Glenn R. "Slim". More Tales From Slim Ellison. Fascinating tales of the Old West's final era - both on the range and in the towns. University of Arizona Press, 1981. Soft cover. $20.00

  213. Eppinga, Jane. Arizona Sheriffs: Badges and Bad Men. Foreword by Asa Bushnell. Starting with the Pleasant Valley War and ending with the Buddhist tempe tragedy, this book reveals how the state's law enforces have wrangled with crime from the 1880s to the 1990s. Rio Nuevo, 2006. Soft cover. $25.00 *

  214. Eppinga, Jane. Nogales: Life and Times on the Frontier. Explores the rich history of this Arizona-Mexico border town. The Making of America Series. Pimeria Alta Historical Society, 2004. Soft cover. $24.99

  215. Eppinga, Jane. Tucson, Arizona: Images of America. Illustrated story of this southern Arizona community. Arcadia Publishing, 2004. Soft cover. $19.95

  216. Evans, William A. Two Generations in the Southwest. Story of the Evans family and their mining interests with Phelps Dodge, Anaconda and Col. Greene. Touches on water rights. Contain images of the families and various locations in Arizona and Cananea, including Show Lake, Jerome, Lavender Pit. Limited to 150 copies. Sims Printing, 1971. Blue cloth. $100.00

  217. Ewing, Ray. Souvenir of Bisbee. By a re-cycled miner. Illustrated history of the Arizona mining town. Soft cover. $12.50

  218. Experience Jerome and the Verde Valley: Legends and Legacies. Stories by local historians. Thorne Enterprises, 1990. Soft cover. $9.95

  219. Fahlman, Betsy. New Deal Art in Arizona. Illustrated examination of the art and photographs of the artists working in Arizona under New Deal programs. University of Arizona Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $49.95

  220. Farish, Thomas. History of Arizona. Classic history of territorial Arizona written by the Arizona Historian. 8 volumes. 1915 - 18. Red cloth with spines faded. Special $600.00

  221. Faulk, Odie B. Arizona: A Short History. Introduction to the state. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1970. Dust jacket with rubbing on the cover. $20.00

  222. Feeney, Francis H. Fantastic Arizona: The Land of Beginning Again. A concise and creative presentation of facts spiced with a little fun about a region that as been luring outsiders to within its borders. Revised. Golden West Literary Enterprises, 1975. Soft cover. $12.50

  223. Ferguson, Frank. The Quarter Circle 81: Tale Tales and Memories Prescott & Camp Wood, Arizona 1883-1912. Revised edition, researched and edited by Robert Ferguson. BAC Publishing Inc., 2005. Soft cover. $20.00

  224. Finch, L. Boyd. Legacies of Camelot: Stewart and Lee Udall, American Culture, and the Arts. Foreword by Tom Udall. An insider's view of the Udalls and their roles in American cultural life. University of Oklahoma Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $24.95

  225. Finch, L. Boyd. A Southwestern Land Scam: The 1859 Report of the Mowry City Association. History of Arizona's first land swindle. Presentation copy signed by the author. Friends of the Library, University of Arizona, 1990. Soft cover. 20.00

  226. Fireman, Bert M. Arizona Historic Land. History of Arizona written by noted historian and journalist. 1st edition. Alfred A. Knopf, 1982. Dust jacket. $25.00

  227. First National Bank of Arizona. The Arizona Story. Includes chapter on the Superstition Mountains, mining, missions, and settlement. c1972. Oversize tan wraps. $15.00

  228. SOLD Fisk, Erma J. The Peacocks of Baboquivari. Delightful memoir of life in southern Arizona. Illustrations by Louise Russell. W. W. Norton & Co., 1983. Dust jacket. $22.50

  229. Fleming, Lawrence J. Ride A Mile and Smile The While: A History of the Phoenix Street Railway, 1887-1948. Take a trip back in time with this facinating history of the Phoenix Street Railway. 1st edition. Swaine Publications, 1977. Dust jacket. $45.00

  230. Fontana, Bernard L. A Gift of Angels: The Art of Mission San Xavier Del Bac. Photographs by Edward McCain. Written by the leading expert on San Xavier, this book presents a comprehensive view of the mission with stunning photographs and incisive text illuminating the religious, historical and motivational context of these images. A must for a holiday gift. University of Arizona Press, 2010. Dust jacket, oversize. $75.00

  231. Forbes, Robert H. The Penningtons: Pioneers of Early Arizona. A historical sketch. Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society, 1919. Wraps, cover is mottled. $100.00

  232. SOLD Forrest, Earle R. Arizona's Dark and Bloody Ground. Revised and enlarged with an introduction by William MacLeod Raine. Story of the Graham - Tewksbury feud. Previous owner's name on half title page. Caxton Printers, 1950. Red cloth. $40.00

  233. Forrest, Earle R. Arizona's Dark and Bloody Ground. Introduction by William MacLeod Raine. Story of the Graham - Tewksbury feud. University of Arizona Press, 1984. Soft cover. $22.50

  234. Francaviglia, Richard V. Mining Town Trolleys: A History of Arizona's Warren-Bisbee Railway. Illustrated history. Copper Queen, 1983. Wraps, oversize. $15.00

  235. Franke, Paul. They Plowed Up Hell in Old Cochise. A Blazing Saga of Cochise County, Arizona, America's Last Frontier. Illustrated history of this southern Arizona region. Douglas Climate Club, 1974. Colorful soft cover. $15.00

  236. Freeman, Danny. History of Yavapai Calf Plan. 50th Annual Calf Sale, October 2, 1982. Illustrated history of the peopl involved for the Golden Anniversary. Yavapai Cattle Growers, 1982. Tan soft cover, oversize. $5.00

  237. Fudala, Joan. Golf in Scottsdale: Images of Sports. For over 100 years, golf has been played in Scottsdale, Arizona. Illustrated history. Arcadia, 2008. Soft cover. $19.95

  238. Fudala, Joan. Scottsdale: Images of America. Illustrated history of "The West's Most Western Town." Arizona Historical Foundation and Arcadia, 2007. Soft cover. $21.99

  239. SOLD Fugita, Stephen S. and Marilyn Fernandez. Altered Lives, Enduring Community: Japanese Americans Remember Their World War II Incarceration. An examination of the long-term effects on Japanese Americans during their WWII experiences in relocation camps. University of Washington Press, 2004. Soft cover. $24.95

  240. cowcountry Fulbright, Tom. Cow-Country Counselor. An Arizona attorney's personal, exciting experiences in dealing with rogues and killers as both an Arizona lawman and lawyer in Florence, Pinal County. Foreword by Allan K. Perry. Presentation copy signed by Fulbright to Don Dedera, noted Arizona journalist and historian. Bookplate of Don Dedera on inside front cover. 1st edition. Exposition Press, 1968. Dust jacket with minor wear. $45.00

  241. Garcia, Kathleen. Early Phoenix: Images of America. Illustrated story of the Central Arizona city in its early days. Arcadia Publishing, 2008. Soft cover. $19.99

  242. SOLD Garza, Phyllis de la. The Story of Dos Cabezas. With photos and captions by Carol Wien. Story of the Arizona mining town and the area in Cochise County. Westernlore Press, 1995. Dust jacket. $30.00

  243. Genung, Dan B. Death in His Saddlebags: Charles Baldwin Genung Arizona Pioneer. Stories about Genung and tales of early settlers. Joe Beeler painting on the cover. Sunflower University Press, 1992. Soft cover. $20.00

  244. peoria Gilbert, Kathleen. More Than Century of Peoria People, Progress, & Pride Peoria, Arizona. An illustrated history of this Salt River Valley community. Heritage Publishers, 2004. Blue cloth. $35.00

  245. Gillett, Ed. C. E. Pioneering. Autobiography of a Dunker preacher who traveled in Texas and Arizona. Brethren Publishing House, 1929. Green cloth with wear. $45.00

  246. Gillette, Frank V. Pleasant Valley. A vivid description of the lives and endeavors of the people of Pleasant Valley, written from personal reminiscences. Signed by the author. Frank Gillette, 1984. Soft cover. $75.00

  247. Gilpin, Ruth. Paulden Pioneers. A history of Paulden, AZ including Big Chino & Drake areas. Ruth Gilpin, 1999. Soft cover. $35.00

  248. Giordano, Gerard. The Verde River Bartlett and Horseshoe Dams: Images of America. Arcadia Publishing, 2010. Soft cover. $21.99

  249. Gober, Patricia. Metropolitan Phoenix: Place Making and Community Building in the Desert. Seeks to portray the entire metropolitan region in a compact and vibrant fashion - touching on its diverse population, ongoing accommodation to its desert surroundings and discussing significant individuals. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2005. Black cloth. $59.95

  250. Goff, John S. Charles D. Poston. Arizona Biographical Series. Monograph on this Arizona pioneer. Signed by the author. Black Mountain Press, 1995. Yellow soft cover. $12.50

  251. Goff, John S. George W. P. Hunt and his Arizona. Biography about Arizona’s first state governor and the political climate of the era. Socio Technical Publications, 1973. Dust jacket. $40.00 *

  252. Goldwater, Barry. Barry Goldwater and the Southwest. Foreword by Ansel Adams. The Senator's own colorful photographs. Signed by Goldwater. Includes invitation to the booksigning reception at Troy's Cowboy Art Gallery on February 13, 1976. 1st edition. Troy's Publications, 1976. Dust jacket. $85.00

  253. Goldwater, Barry. Barry Goldwater and the Southwest. Foreword by Ansel Adams. The Senator's own colorful photographs. 1st edition. Troy's Publications, 1976. Dust jacket. $25.00

  254. Goldwater, Barry. Goldwater. Autobiography written with Jack Casserly. 1st edition. Doubleday, 1988. Dust jacket. $20.00

  255. Goldwater, Barry. The West That Was. A banquet address delivered at the 8th Annual Conference of the Western historical Association, in Tucson, Arizona 1968. Signed by Goldwater. Wraps. $45.00

  256. Goodman, David Michael. A Western Panorama 1849-1875: the travels, writings and influence of J.Ross Browne on the Pacific Coast, and in Texas, Nevada, Arizona and Baja California, as the first Mining Commissioner, and Minister to China. 1st edition. Arthur H. Clark, 1966. Red cloth. $35.00

  257. Goorian, Philip. Green Valley, Arizona: Images of America. Illustrated story of this southern Arizona community. Arcadia Publishing, 2004. Soft cover. $19.95

  258. Grady, Patrick. Homesteading Along the Creek: Pioneer Life in Cave Creek, Arizona 1890-1940. Story of how this community north of Phoenix developed. Signed by the author. Pioneer Press, 2009. Soft cover. $20.00

  259. ruins Grady, Patrick. Out of the Ruins: Pioneer Life in Frontier Phoenix, Arizona Territory, 1867-1881. Chronicles in depth for the first time the many dimensions of life in frontier Phoenix from its founding in 1867 to incorporation in 1881. Arizona Pioneer Press, 2012. Soft cover. $20.00

  260. Granger, Byrd Howell. Arizona's Names (X Marks the Place). Foreword by Barry Goldwater. Historical names of places in Arizona. Falconer Publishing, 1983. Dust jacket. $50.00

  261. Grasse, David. "A Killer Is What They Needed" The True, Untold Story of Commodore Perry Owens: A Sheriff of the Arizona Territory. With a foreword by Robert K. DeArment. This is the first time his complete story has appeared in print. Graphic Publishers, 2013. Dust jacket. $34.95

  262. Great Register of the County of Cochise, Territory of Arizona for the Year 1884. Facsimile of the 1884 edition. Tombstone Commemorative Enterprises. Oversize, elephant folio, yellow wraps. $30.00

  263. SOLD Gressinger, A. W. Charles D. Poston - Sunland Seer. Biography of this controversial Arizona Pioneer. 1st edition. Signed by the author. Dale Stuart King, 1961. Dust jacket. $50.00

  264. SOLD Gressinger, A. W. Charles D. Poston - Sunland Seer. Biography of this controversial Arizona Pioneer. Dale Stuart King, 1961. Soft cover. $17.50

  265. Gressinger, A. W. A History of Florence, Arizona. Prepared for the dedication of the Pinal County Historical Society Museum. Pinal County Historical Society. Brown wraps. $10.00

  266. Gressinger, A. W. Florence Tour Guide. Illustrated booklet on the history of Florence. Pinal County Historical Society. Wraps. $8.00

  267. map az Griffin, Dori. Mapping Wonderlands: Illustrated Cartography of Arizona 1912-1962. Using historical documentation and rhetorical analysis, this book combines visual design and historical narrative to reveal how early-twentieth-century mapmakers and map users collaborated to imagine Arizona as a tourist's paradise. University of Arizona Press, 2013. Dust jacket. $55.00

  268. Griffith, Jim. A Border Runs Through It: Journeys in Regional History and Folklore. Stories taken from the popular PBS series "Southern Arizona Traditions." 1st edition. Rio Nuevo, 2011. Dust jacket. $17.95

  269. Griffith, James S. A Shared Space: Folklife in the Arizona-Sonora Borderlands. An examination of the many distinctive folk expressions of this varied cultural region, including discussions on folk arts, cemetery art and stained glass. Utah State University Press, 1995. Soft cover. $24.95

  270. Griffith, James S. Southern Arizona Folk Arts. Enhanced by many photographs, this is a book that captures people in the practice of their arts and shows how they have made the desert a place of celebration. University of Arizona Press, 1988. Dust jacket. $22.50

  271. Griffith, James S. Southern Arizona Folk Arts. Enhanced by many photographs, this is a book that captures people in the practice of their arts and shows how they have made the desert a place of celebration. University of Arizona Press. Soft cover. $14.95

  272. Grimes, Paul L. Tucson Rodeo Parade & Museum: Stories - Memories - Tales Since 1925. History of the rodeo parade, filled with photographs. Tucson Rodeo Parade Commitee, 1991. Soft cover, yellow, oversize. $5.00

  273. SOLD Grimes, Pauline. Land of Our Own . . . New River, Arizona. Local history of this Arizona Community, with photographs. c1992. Perfect bound with clear cover. $15.00

  274. Grubbs, Bruce. Backpacker - Desert Sense. Camping, hiking & biking in hot, dry climates. Make your way safely in the desert by vehicle, by bike on on foot. Mountaineers Books, 2004. Soft cover. $16.95

  275. SOLD Grubbs, Bruce. Best Loop Hikes Arizona. A guide devoted to 75 loop hikes throughout the state, from easy one-hour jaunts to multi-day trips. Illustrated. Mountaineers, Books, 2004. Soft cover. $16.95

  276. Gunfight in Apache County, 1887: The Shootout Between Sheriff C. P. Owens and the Blevins Brothers in Holbrook, Arizona. As described by Will C. Barnes and edited by Neil B. Carmony. Includes excerpts from contemporary newspaper accounts. Trail to Yesterday Books, 1997. White illustrated (Commodore Perry Owens) soft cover. $20.00

  277. Haak, W. A. Copper Bottom Tales: Historic Sketches from Gila County. Stories of mining, the military, the life in Gila County. Gila County Historical Society, 1991. Soft cover. $15.00

  278. Haak, Wilbur A. and Lynn F. Haak, Gila County Historical Museum Archives. Globe: Images of America. Illustrated history of this eastern Arizona mining community. Arcadia Publishing, 2008. Soft cover. $19.95

  279. SOLD Haak, Wilbur A. Globe's Historic Buildings. Pamphlet with information on 33 of Globe's buildings with illustrations. Gila County Historical Society, 2006. $10.00

  280. Haley, J. Evetts. Personal Justice on the Arizona Desert. Illustration by H. Bugbee. Story of Frank King, author and friend of Haley. Designed by Carl Hertzog. Reprinted from Michael Gibbs, Texas and the West, Catalogue 1, February, 1979. Nita Stewart Haley Memorial Library. 2d printing, 1988. Wraps. $10.00

  281. Half a Century 1884-1934. History of the mercantle store started by Adolf Schuster in Holbrook Arizona. Holdbrook Tribune News, 1934. Gold wraps. $25.00

  282. Hall, Dick Wick, Sr. An Arizona Alibi: The Desert Humor of Dick Wick Hall, Sr. Arizona's First Famous Humorist. Foreword by Barry Goldwater, compiled by Frances D. Nutt. Famous stories of Arizona. 1st edition. Arrowhead Press, 1990. Dust jacket. $30.00

  283. Hamilton, Patrick. The Resources of Arizona. Its mineral, farming, grazing and timber lands, its history, climate, productions, civil, and military government, pre-historic ruins, early missionaries, Indian tribes, pioneer days, etc. Third edition, revised and enlarged with new map and illustrations. With foldout map. Bookplate and names from previous owners. A. L. Bancroft & Co., 1884. Red textured cloth with gold printing, wear to the edges. $200.00

  284. SOLD Hamilton, Patrick. The Resources of Arizona. Its mineral, farming, grazing and timber lands, its history, climate, productions, civil, and military government, pre-historic ruins, early missionaries, Indian tribes, pioneer days, etc. Third edition, revised and enlarged with new map and illustrations. Missing foldout map. Bookplate: From the library of Rufus Kay Wyllys. Spine broken, front endsheet marked, glue staining, back endsheet with newspaper clippings. A. L. Bancroft & Co., 1884. Red cloth worn, top of spine loose. $50.00

  285. Hamilton, Patrick. The Resources of Arizona. Its mineral, farming, grazing and timber lands, its history, climate, productions, civil, and military government, pre-historic ruins, early missionaries, Indian tribes, pioneer days, etc. Reprint of the 1881 edition with an introduction by Odie Faulk. Presentation inscription to Andy [Wallace] from Odie Faulk. Pinon Press, 1966. Green stiff wraps with spine discolored. $25.00

  286. Hamilton, Patrick. The Resources of Arizona. Its mineral, farming, grazing and timber lands, its history, climate, productions, civil, and military government, pre-historic ruins, early missionaries, Indian tribes, pioneer days, etc. Reprint of the 1881 edition with an introduction by Odie Faulk. Pinon Press, 1966. Green stiff wraps. $15.00

  287. SOLD Hanchett, Leland J., Jr. Arizona's Graham-Tewksbury Feud. Story of northern Arizona's cattle and sheep war. 1st edition. Pine Rim Publishing, 1994. Soft cover, oversize. $25.00

  288. SOLD Hanchett, Leland J. Jr. Catch the Stage to Phoenix. Stories about riding the stage in Arizona, filled with photographs. Signed by the author. 1st edition. Pine Rim Publishing, 1998. Dust jacket. $45.00

  289. Hanchett, Leland J. Jr. Catch the Stage to Phoenix. Stories about riding the stage in Arizona, filled with photographs. Previous owner's label on title page. 1st edition. Pine Rim Publishing, 1998. Soft cover oversize. $30.00

  290. Hanchett, Leland J. Jr. The Crooked Trail to Holbrook. Story of the cattle trail from Pleasant Valley to Holbrook, filled with photographs. Signed by the author and numbered, limited to 300 copies. 1st edition. Arrowhead Press, 1993. Dust jacket oversize. $75.00

  291. Hanchett, Leland J. Jr., ed. Crossing Arizona. A collection of selected portions of thirty diaries or journals of people who crossed Arizona from 1699 to 1863. Signed by the editor. Pine Rim Publishing, 2002. Dust jacket. $50.00

  292. Hanchett, Leland J., Jr. They Shot Billy Today: The Families of Arizona's Pleasant Valley War. Story of the famous Graham - Tewksbury feud. Pine Rim Publishing, 2006. Soft cover $20.00

  293. SOLD Hand, George. Whiskey, Six-guns & Red-light Ladies: George Hand's Saloon Diary, Tucson, 1875-1878. Edited by Neil Carmony. Hand settled in Tucson after the Civil War where he worked as a butcher, a saloon keeper and custodian at the Pima County courthouse and kept a diary of his days. 1st edition. High-Lonesome Books, 1994. Dust jacket. $50.00

  294. SOLD Hand, George. Whiskey, Six-guns & Red-light Ladies: George Hand's Saloon Diary, Tucson, 1875-1878. Edited by Neil Carmony. Hand settled in Tucson after the Civil War where he worked as a butcher, a saloon keeper and custodian at the Pima County courthouse and kept a diary of his days. 1st edition. High-Lonesome Books, 1994. Soft cover. $40.00

  295. Harris, Richard E. The American Odyssey of a Black Journalist 1933-2003. The memoirs of a 90-year-old journalist who came to Arizona when he was 54 and became involved in the Phoenix Urban League. Relmo Publishers, 2003. Soft cover. $25.00

  296. Harris, Richard E. Black Heritage in Arizona. First edition. 1977. Yellow wraps. $25.00

  297. SOLD Hartman, G. Marshall. The Making of a Cowman. The story of an Arizona cowboy who worked on the Greene Cattle Company ranch at San Rafael. Endsheets have Arizona brands. Ralph Tanner Associates, 1992. Dust jacket. $30.00

  298. SOLD Hartz, Donna and George. Arizona's National Parks and Monuments: Images of America. Illustrated history of Arizona's 20 national parks an monuments. Arcadia Publishing, 2013. Soft cover. $21.99

  299. Haskins, Victoria K. Matrons and Maids: Regulating Indian Domestic Service in Tucson 1914-1934. The story of how the federal government sent Native American girls to work in the homes of white families. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 2012. Dust jacket. $50.00

  300. SOLD Hatch, JoAnn F. Lore and Legend: Adventure and History in the White Mountains of Arizona. A collection of stories from Arizona's past. Signed by the author. Kymera Publishing, 2007. Soft cover. $20.00

  301. Hayes, Alden. A Portal To Paradise: 11,537 Years on the Northeast Slope of the Chiricahua Mountains. A rich account of frontier Arizona, a celebration of rural life brimming with tales of people whose stories were shaped by the landscape. University of Arizona Press, 1999. Soft cover. $22.95

  302. Hawkins, Helen B. A History of Wickenburg to 1875. From a 1950 master's thesis, Arizona State College. Maricopa County Historical Society, 1971. Soft cover. $25.00

  303. Headley, Lake and William Hoffman. Loud and Clear. The chilling, dramatic story of how a private investigator resolved the Don Bolles murder case, freeing two men from Arizona's death row and revealing a massive state cover-up. 1st edition. Henry Holt & Co., 1990. Dust jacket. $22.50

  304. Heath, Bernadette and James Randkley. Arizona Impressions. Photographic views and history of Arizona. Farcountry Press, 2005. Soft cover. $9.95

  305. SOLD Heatwole, Thelma. Arizona Hideaways. Discover the charm of Arizona's small towns. Photographs and maps. Bookplate partially pasted on title page. Signed by the author. Golden West Publishers, 1986. Soft cover. $7.00

  306. SOLD Heatwole, Thelma. Ghost Towns and Historical Haunts in Arizona. Stories and photos of Arizona ghost towns, including a guide to the back roads of Arizona's fascinating history. Golden West Publishers, 1981. Soft cover. $12.95

  307. Heidinger, Lisa Schnebly. Chief Yellowhorse Lives On! And Other Stories of Arizona Places and People. An insightful cross-section of one woman's lifelong adventure in Arizona. Arizona Highways, 2003. Soft cover. $16.95

  308. Heidinger, Lisa Schnebly, Janeen Trevillyan and the Sedona Historical Society. Sedona: Images of America. Illustrated story of this community located in the beautiful Red Rock region of northern Arizona.. Arcadia Publishing, 2007. Soft cover. $19.95

  309. Heidinger, Lisa Schnebly. Tucson: The Old Pueblo. Photography by Rick and Susie Graetz and Larry Mayer. A photographic exploration of this desert city. American & World Geographic Publishing, 1995. Oversize soft cover. $15.95

  310. SOLD Hein, Jac and Mary Kidder Rak. Early Sierra Vista; Its People and Neighbors. A narrative history of this southern Arizona community. Presentation copy signed by the author. Banner Printing Co., 1983. Dust jacket. $50.00

  311. SOLD Henderson, Elizabeth Lawson and Robert Isaacson. The Muleshoe Cattle Company: An Anthology of Memories of Life on an Arizona Cow Ranch, 1906-1928. Illustrated history of ranching in southern Arizona, near Willcox, Hooker's Hot Springs. Muleshoe Press, 2006. Soft cover, oblong. $29.95

  312. Henson, Pauline. Founding A Wilderness Capital: Prescott, A. T. 1864. The tale of the early years of the Prescott area, for it was Prescott - not Phoenix, not even Tucson - which was the first capital of Arizona. 1st edition. Signed by the author. Northland Press, 1965 $35.00

  313. Herbert, Harold E. and the Graham County Historical Society and Museum. Graham County: Images of America. Illustrated story of this Arizona county which was originally part of New Mexico; it was the last refuge of Geronimo. Arcadia Publishing, 2008. Soft cover. $19.95

  314. SOLD Herman, Daniel Justin. Hell on the Range: A Story of Honor, Conscience, and the American West. Lively account of Arizona's Rim Country of the 1880 and the Graham - Tewksbury feud. Yale University Press, 2010. Dust jacket. $45.00

  315. SOLD Herman, Daniel Justin. Hell on the Range: A Story of Honor, Conscience, and the American West. Lively account of Arizona's Rim Country of the 1880 and the Graham - Tewksbury feud. Signed by the author. Yale University Press, 2010. Soft cover. $30.00

  316. Hill, Miles E. and John Goff. Arizona Past and Present. A history of the state from its early years to Governor Bruce Babbitt. Signed by Goff. Black Mountain Press, 1980. Burgundy cloth. $20.00

  317. Hill, Miles E. and John Goff. Arizona Past and Present. A history of the state from its early years to Governor Bruce Babbitt. Black Mountain Press, 1980. Soft cover. $7.50

  318. Hilzinger, J. George. Treasure Land 1897. A handbook to Tucson and Southern Arizona. Rio Grande Reprint. Red cloth. $35.00

  319. SOLD Hinton, Richard J. Cochise County in 1877. Southwestern History Classics. Chapters on the Babacomori and East and the Military Posts and Telegraph reprinted The Handbook to Arizona. Frontera House Press. Wraps. $7.50

  320. SOLD Hinton, Richard J. The Hand-Book to Arizona: Resources, History, Towns, Mines, Ruins and Scenery. Accompanied with a new map of the Territory. Reprint of the 1878 edition. Arizona Silhouettes, 1954. Dust jacket repaired with tape and worn at edges. $145.00

  321. SOLD Hirabayashi, Lane Ryo. Japanese American Resettlement through the Lens: Hikaru Carl Iswasaki and the WRA's Photographic Section, 1943 - 1945. Images from the internment camps with text. University Press of Colorado, 2009. Dust jacket oblong. $34.95

  322. Historic Photographs of Central Arizona Grasslands and Associated Habitats. Compiled by Harley G. Shaw and Mona Lange McCroskey. Sharlot Hall Museum Press, 1995. Soft cover. $50.00

  323. History by the side of the road . . . Roadside history of Arizona highways and city streets. Phelps Dodge, 1976. Wraps. $5.00

  324. History of Arizona Territory Showing Its Resources and Advantages; with Illustrations. Contains its scenery, residences, farms, mines, mills, etc. Reprint of 1884 edition. Limited to 350 copies, numbered. Previous owner's bookplate on inside front cover. Includes a folded color map of 1894 Arizona. Northland Press, 1964. Dust jacket with missing pieces on spine, top and bottom, oversize. $170.00

  325. SOLD Hodge, Hiram C. Arizona As It Is; Or, the Coming Country: Compiled from Notes of Travel During the Years 1874, 1875, and 1876. 1st edition. Stamp of John Theobald on front endsheet. Minor wear. Hurd and Houghton, 1877. Green cloth cover. $150.00

  326. Hodge, Hiram C. Arizona As It Was: 1877. Reprint of 1877 edition of Arizona As It Is. Introduction by Barry Goldwater. Rio Grande Press, 1965. Brown cloth. $25.00 *

  327. Honor the Past ... Mold the Future: Gila Centennials, Inc. Historical Celebration and Pageant. Provides a history of the communities and people of Gila County. Done for the USA Bicentennial, 1976. Edges of spine and top worn rough. $15.00

  328. SOLD Hoofs and Horns: Including Arizona Wild Life. Magazine published in Tucson. 3 separate issues, 1936. Wraps oversize. Each $7.50

  329. SOLD Hogner, Dorothy Childs. Westward High Low and Dry. Illustrations by Nils Hogner. Story of a trip through the deserts of America.1st edition. E. P. Dutton & Co., 1938. Creme cloth with brown decoration. $25.00

  330. Hooker Long dim Hooker, Forrestine. The Long Dim Trai. A novel of the Diamond H Ranch in Arizona. Written by the daughter of an officer with the black 10th Cavalry in Arizona and married into the southern Arizona ranching Hooker family. 1st edition. Knopf, 1920. Yelllow decorated cloth showing rubbing and wear. $100.00

  331. Hopkins, Ernest J. Financing the Frontier: A Fifty Year History of the Valley National Bank. Story of this early bank in Arizona. 1st edition. Arizona Printers, 1950. Dust jacket. $30.00

  332. SOLD Howard, William. Once Upon a Time in Sedona. Stories and photographs of early settlers in the Red Rock area of Arizona. Cover illustration by Joe Beeler. Signed by the author. Runamuck Publishers, 1992. Soft cover. $15.00

  333. Hubbard, Howard A. A Chapter in Early Arizona Transportation History: The Arizona Narrow Gague Railroad Company. Story of this 1880s company in Pima County. Includes a photograph of the Train with a group which left from Tucson. Social Science Bulletin No. 6. University of Arizona, 1934. Tan wraps. $20.00

  334. Hughes, Paul. Bank Notes. History of the First National Bank of Arizona. Special gift edition of 1000, no. 126. Included is a card from Sherman Hazeltine, chair of 1st National Banki. Phoenician Books, 1971. Dust jacket, oversize. $17.50

  335. Hughes, Paul. Bank Notes. History of the First National Bank of Arizona. Phoenician Books, 1971. Soft cover, oversize. $8.00

  336. Hughes, Paul. Boy, Howdy! The First 25 Years of Arizona Boys Ranch. STS Publishers, 1976. Silver cloth with blue printing. $10.00

  337. Hughes, Paul. Boy, Howdy! The First 25 Years of Arizona Boys Ranch. Previous owner's label on front endsheet. STS Publishers, 1976. Soft cover. $5.00

  338. Hughes, Stella. Hashknife Cowboy: Recollections of Mack Hughes. Illustrated by Joe Beeler. Tales of ranching life on the famous Hashknife spread in northern Arizona. Signed by the author. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 1984. Dust jacket. $40.00

  339. Humphrey, Robert R. Arizona Range Grasses: Description - Forage Value - Management. Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin 298. Stamp of Cooperative Extension Service on front cover. University of Arizona, 1960. Soft cover. $20.00

  340. Hunt, Bobbie Stephens. Those Days are Gone Forever: History and Stories of Heber-Overgaard. Signed by the author. Mead Publishing, 2002. Oversize, soft cover. $20.00

  341. Hunt, Sharon E. Vail and Colossal Cave Mountain Park: Images of America. Illustrated story of this Arizona community south of Tucson and the remarkable Cave, site of a Civilian Conservation Corps camp. Arcadia Publishing, 2007. Soft cover. $19.95

  342. Hunt, Frazier. Cap Mossman: Last of the Great Cowmen. With sixteen illustrations by Ross Santee. The story of an Arizona Ranger, Hash Knife Superintendent and cowboy. Previous owner's stamp on half tile page. 1st edition. Hastings House, 1951. Dust jacket. $55.00

  343. Huso, Jani and Catherine H. Ellis. Show Low: Images of America. Foreword by the Show Low Historical Society. Illustrated history of this northeastern Arizona town. Arcadia Publishing, 2009. Soft cover. $21.99

  344. In the Beginnings... A Bicentennial History of Tucson's Religious Beginnings. Edited by Rev. David A. Johnson with Frank Fox, S.J. Illustrated history discussing the early Catholic, Protestant and Jewish groups in Tucson. c 1976. Goldenrod wraps. $10.00

  345. Iverson, Peter. Barry Goldwater: Native Arizonan. Biography of Arizona’s favorite son. Presentation copy signed by Iverson to Bob [Trennert]. 1st printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1997. Dust jacket. $20.00

  346. SOLD Jacka, Jerry. The Spirit of the Boulders: A Desert Romance. Photographic look at the desert and development of this Salt River Valley community. Text by Pam Hait. Previous owner's inscription on front endsheet. Boulders, 1988. Dust jacket oversize. $17.50

  347. SOLD James, George Wharton. Arizona: The Wonderland. The history of its ancient cliff and cave dwellings, ruined pueblos, conquest by the Spaniards, trail makers; a survey of its climate, scenic marvels, topography, deserts, mountains, rivers and valleys, an account of its influence on art, literature and science, and some reference to what it offers of delight to the automobilist, sportsman and health seeker. Previous owner's name and bookplate on front endsheets. 1st edition. The Page Company, 1917. Brown pictorial cloth, light wear. $50.00

  348. Jeffrey, John Mason. Adobe and Iron: The Story of the Arizona Territorial Prison at Yuma. Illustrated history detailing the story and the behind the walls and the prisoners. Prospective Avenue Press, 1969. Yellow soft cover. $15.00

  349. Jenckes, Joseph S., Jr. The Mickey Muldoon Stories: Capers in the Law. Tales of Arizona law written by a local attorney. 250 copies printed for private distribution by Evans, Kitchel & Jenckes. Sims Printing Co., 1971. Red cloth. $40.00

  350. Jenkins, Sammy S., Sr. Mecham: Arizona's Fighting Governor. Story of the controversial governor. Previous owner's label on first page. All States Publishing, 1988. Soft cover with writing on side edge. $5.00

  351. Jennings, James R. Arizona Was the West. Foreword by Governor Jack Williams. All the elements of the frontier are added together to make this book a composite of pioneer life in Arizona. 1st edition. Naylor Company, 1970. Dust jacket. $25.00

  352. Jennings, James R. The Freight Rolled. Factual account of pioneer life and work near Fort Apache, Snowflake, Pleasant Valley and Holbrook. 1st edition. Naylor Co., 1969. Dust jacket. $25.00

  353. Jewel of the Desert: Arizona Biltmore Resort. Illustrated history of the famous Phoenix resort. Biltmore Press, 2009. Dust jacket, oversize. $20.00

  354. Johnson, Dee Strickland. Arizona Herstory: Tales From Her Storied Past. Foreword by Marshall Trimble. Illustrations by the Author and Bridget Heeringa. Poetry of Arizona and the West. Collector's Edition. Signed by the author. Cowboy Miner, 2003. Dust jacket. $20.00

  355. Johnson, G. Wesley, Jr. Phoenix Valley of the Sun. A pictorial and entertaining commentary on the growth and development of Phoenix, Arizona. Continental Heritage Press, 1982. Dust jacket, oversize. $29.95

  356. SOLD Johnson, Jerrell G. The Sutler's Store. Tells the story of the early settlers in the Camp Verde area. Signed by the author. 1st edition. Beaumaris Books, 1973. Soft cover with tear on spine. $25.00

  357. Johnston, Lyle. Frank Wattron - Holbrook Lawman. Story of Navajo County Sheriff who issued a formal invitation to a hanging. Signed by the author. 1996. Soft cover with paper label. $65.00 *

  358. Joy, Betty E. Hammer. Angela Hutchinson Hammer: Arizona's Pioneer Newspaperwoman. The lively story drawing upon Angela's own prodigious writing and correspondence, newspaper archives, and the recollections of family members which recounts the stories of her growing up in mining camps, teaching in territorial schools, and twenty-eight year career in publishing and printing. University of Arizona Press, 2005. Soft cover. $17.95

  359. Karras, Christy and Stephen Zusy. Motorcycle Touring in the Southwest: The Region's Best Rides. Guide filled with maps and photographs of the best places to ride in the Southwest. GPP Travel, 2010. Soft cover. $18.95

  360. SOLD Kaufman, Wilbur E. Liberty, Arizona: Remembering Our Past. The story of a small community founded by farmers and ranchers that helped Arizona survive and grow. Heritage Publishers, 2001. Dust jacket. $24.95

  361. Kegley, Max. Loot of a Desert Rat. Early pictorial view of Arizona filled with period photographs. Arizona Engraving & Lithographing, c1938. Oversize soft cover with wear on spine, edges. $12.50

  362. Kelly, Geo. H. Legislative History: Arizona 1864-1912. Fascinating history of Arizona's Territorial legislature. 1926. Brown cloth. $50.00

  363. Kennedy, John W., M.D. Arizona Medicine: Historical Essays. Edited by Robert E. Kravetz and Julian DeVries. Factual, entertaining vignettes of Arizona's checkered medical past, many having appeared in the pages of Roundup, Maricopa County medical journal. Heritage Press, 1990. Dust jacket with minor wear, oversize. $20.00 *

  364. King, R. Joe. "King" of Tumacacori: A Sketch of the Life nd Times of Joseph King 1828-1912. Story of an Arizona Pioneer. Joe King Productions, 1992. Soft cover. $15.00

  365. Kingsbury, Rick. Livin' at the End of Old 95: Havasu Before the Bridge. 2001. Soft cover. $12.50

  366. Kingsolver, Barbara. Holding the Line: Women in the Great Arizona Mine Strike of 1983. With a new Introduction. This book tells the story of how women's lives were transformed by an eighteen-month strike against the Phelps Dodge Copper Corporation. ILR Press, 1996. Soft cover. $10.00

  367. Kinsley, Shaw. Tubac: Images of America. Illustrated history of this Spanish presidio. Arcadia Publishing, 2009. Soft cover. $21.99

  368. Kirschner, Angela and William. Marshall Explores Arizona. Designed and illustrated by Mike Miller. A guide book for young readers with Marshall a bald eagle. Exploring Eagle Press Publications, 2010. Dust jacket, oblong. $15.95

  369. Kleindienst, Richard. Justice: The Memoirs of an Attorney General Richard Kleindienst. Author's presentation copy. Jameson Books,1985. Dust jacket. $25.00

  370. Klump, Kathy and Peta-Anne Tenney. Bowie: Images of America. Illustrated history of this Cochise County community located in Sulphur Springs Valley. Arcadia Publishing, 2011. Soft cover. $21.99

  371. SOLD Korwin, Alan and William Franklin. Scottsdale. Photography view of the West's Most Western Town. American & World Geographic Publishing, 1994. Oversize soft cover. $15.95

  372. Kramer, "Bola Bill." Bola Tie: New Symbol of the West. Guide to the famous Bola tie, including examples of Indian designs and how to wear them. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1979. Soft cover with minor wear. $21.00

  373. SOLD Kramer, Jon and Julie Martinez. Arizona Journey Guide: A Driving & Hiking Guide to Ruins, Rock Art, Fossils & Formations. Illustrations by Vernon Morris. Informative, illustrated and entertaining guide to Arizona's ancient ruins and exotic places. Complete with driving details. Adventure Publications, 2007. Soft cover. $16.95

  374. Kraus, Joanna Halpert. The Last Baron of Arizona. A play about James Addison Reavis, underwritten by Arizona State University Centennial Commission as part of its celebration. Includes an informational flyer about the book. First edition, limited to 120, numbered xxv and signed by the author. Bound quarter natural brown morocco over blind-embossed boards. $75.00

  375. SOLD Laine, Don and Barbara and Lawrence Letham. Best Short Hikes in Arizona. Perfect for day-hikers, families and people with busy schedules. Includes hikes with maps and photos in Phoenix, Sedona, Tucson, Flagstaff, Grand Canyon, etc. Mountaineers Books, 2005. $15.95

  376. SOLD Lamberton, Ken. Chiricahua Mountains: Bridging the Borders of Wildness. Photographs by Jeff Garton. Insights shared about the geology, habitats, and diversity of wildlife in a place of such isolation that species must either adapt or become extinct. University of Arizona Press, 2003. Soft cover. $13.95

  377. Lamma, Roberta (Biff), comp. A Place Called Sunnyside. Illustrated history of the Phoenix metropolitan community. 2nd edition. 1982. Oversize wraps. $17.50

  378. Landscapes of Arizona: The Geological Story. Edited by Terah L. Smiley, J. Dale Nations, Troy L. Pewe and John P. Schafer. A collection of essays on the landscapes of Arizona, illustrated with photographs and drawings. University Press of America, 1984. Maroon cloth, oversize. $85.00 *

  379. Lapham, Macy H. Crisscross Trails: Narrative of a Soil Surveyor. Foreword by Charles E. Kellogg. Worked in Arizona for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Soil Survey.  Willis E. Berg, 1949. Green cloth. $20.00

  380. Lauer, Charles D. Arizona Trails & Tales: True Adventures in Arizona's Old West!. Stories of Clifton, Casa Grande, the affair of Cottonwood Canyon, the career of Deputy Marshal Joe Evans, and others. Golden West, 2007. Soft cover. $14.95

  381. Lauer, Charles D. Arrows, Bullets and Saddle Sores: A Collection of True Tales of Arizona's Old West. Golden West Publishers, 2002. Soft cover. $9.95

  382. Lauer, Charles D. Old West: Adventures in Arizona. Stories of the Devil's Highway, Apache Pass, Oatman Flat, Fort Misery and a lot more. Golden West Publishers. Soft cover. $9.95

  383. Lauer, Charles D. Tales of Arizona Territory. Step back in time to the days of frontier life in Arizona and read about Jack Swilling, Al Sieber and the Arizona Kid. Golden West Publishers. Soft cover. $14.95

  384. Lawton, Paul J. Old Tucson Studios: Images of America. Story of this early movie studio in southern Arizona. Arcadia, 2008. Soft cover. $19.99

  385. LeCount, Al, ed. The History of Tonto. A Bicentennial Project by the Punkin Center Homemakers. Stories of the people and places in the Tonto Basin. 1976. Tan soft cover, oversize. $25.00

  386. Leggett, Herbert A. Arizona Soliloquies vol. II. Introduction by Walter Bimson. A collection of economic and philosophic trivia reprinted from the Bank's monthly bulletin, Arizona Progress. Valley National Bank. 1956. Copper colored wraps. $5.00

  387. Leggett, Herbert A. Arizona Soliloquies vol. III. Introduction by Walter Bimson. Articles from the Bank' monthly bulletin, Arizona Progress. Valley National Bank. 1961. Silver colored wraps. $8.00

  388. Lenon, Robert. The Mowry Mine. Prepared for the Ambos Nogales Corral of Westerners to observe the Centennial of the Survey of the Enterprise Claim of the Old Mowry Mine, south of Patagonia, Arizona. 1976. White wraps. $10.00

  389. SOLD Leonard, Kevin. Ride With Me. Exciting true adventures of a lone rider packing in the mountains and deserts of Arizona. Contains maps to follow the trail. Signed by the author. Arizona Trails Publishing, 2003. Soft cover. $19.95

  390. Lesueur, James W. Arizona: A Land of Enchantment. A quaint view of Arizona, filled with photographs of Arizona's landscapes and people. 1935. Yellow wraps with some wear. $65.00

  391. Lesure, Thomas B. Adventures in Arizona: An Informal Guide to the Sights, Legends and History of the Grand Canyon State. Signed by the author. 1st edition. Naylor, 1956. Dust jacket with wear on edges. $25.00

  392. Leverton, Bill. On the Arizona Road. Stories about Arizona and its people. Golden West, 1978. Soft cover. $9.95

  393. Lieber, Albert J. Road to Scottsdale. Foreword by Kurt Vonnegut. Illustrated history. 1999. Soft cover, oversize. $17.50

  394. The Life and Times of Snowflake 1878 - 1978. Compiled by the Centennial Committee and edited by Albert Levine. Interesting stories and tales about the community and members of this Arizona city. Green leatherette. $65.00

  395. The Life and Times of Snowflake 1878 - 1978. Compiled by the Centennial Committee and edited by Albert Levine. Interesting stories and tales about the community and members of this Arizona city. Oversize blue soft cover with tape on spine coming off. $45.00

  396. Lindahl, Larry. Secret Sedona: Sacred Moments in the Landscape. Text and photographs by Lindahl. Foreword by William Eaton. Arizona Highways Special Scenic Collection. Color photographs of the red rock area of Arizona. Arizona Highways, 2005. Oversize soft cover. $9.95

  397. Lindsey, Ellis and Gene Riggs. Barney K. Riggs: The Yuma and Pecos Avenger. The story of the heroic actions of Riggs - while a prisoner at the Yuma Territorial Prison, Riggs risked his life to save that of Superintendent Thomas Gates. Signed by Lindsey. Xlibris Corp., 2002. Dust jacket. $32.99

  398. Lloyd, Tanya. Arizona. Photographic images in color of this Southwestern state. Whitecap, 1999. Dust jacket. $19.95

  399. Lockwood, Frank C. Arizona Characters. Presentation copy, signed and dated by author. 1st edition. Times-Mirror Press, 1928. Green cloth. $125.00

  400. SOLD Lockwood, Frank C. The Life of Edward E. Ayer. Biography of the noted book collector and Arizona pioneer. Book with stamp noting it was originally donated to Arizona State University by Senator Carl Hayden. Inscription signed by Lockwood noting that Ayer was a young trooper in the California Column. A. C. McClurg, 1929. Brown cloth in brown slipcase. $90.00

  401. Lockwood, Frank C. The Life of Edward E. Ayer. Biography of the noted book collector and Arizona pioneer. A. C. McClurg, 1929. Blue cloth. $45.00

  402. Lockwood, Frank C. Pioneer Days in Arizona: From the Spanish Occupation to Statehood. Previous owner's bookplate on inside front cover. 1st edition. Macmillan Co., 1932. Orange cloth. $70.00

  403. SOLD Lockwood, Frank C. Pioneer Portraits: Selected Vignettes. Introduction by John Bret Harte. Chapters on colorful Southwestern characters such as Pete Kitchen, Estevan Ochoa, John Lorenzo Hubbell, Henry C. Hooker and John Hance. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 1968. Dust jacket. $35.00

  404. Lockwood, Frank C. Thumbnail Sketches of Famous Arizona Desert Riders 1538-1946. University of Arizona Bulletin - General Bulletin No. 11. 1946. Wraps. $12.50

  405. Lockwood, Frank C. and Captain Donald W. Page. Tucson: The Old Pueblo. History of the southern Arizona city. Manufacturing Stationers. Blue cloth with gold lettering. $60.00

  406. Logan, Michael F. Desert Cities: The Environmental History of Phoenix and Tucson. An examination of the environmental circumstances that led to the starkly divergent growth of these two cities. University of Pittsburgh Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $29.95

  407. Longley, Kyle. The Morenci Marines: A Tale of Small Town America and the Vietnam War. The story of nine young men who left an Arizona mining town in 1966 to serve their country in the jungles of Vietnam and only three returned. 1st printing. Signed by the author. University Press of Kansas, 2013. Dust jacket. $34.95 *

  408. Love, Frank. From Brothel to Boomtown: Yuma's Naughty Past. Illustrated history of this southwestern Arizona town. Little London Press, 1981. Yellow wraps with slight discoloration on back cover corner. $8.50

  409. Love, Frank. A Guide to Ghost Towns and Mining Camps of the Yuma and Lower Colorado Region. Kofa, Polaris, Castle Dome, Picacho, Tumco and others. Previous owner's signature on title page. Frank Love, 1980, 1988. Wraps. $10.00

  410. Love, Frank. Outlaws & Lawmen: Old Yuma, Arizona Territory. Stories of the good and bad men in this southeastern Arizona town. Signed by the author. Frank Love. White wraps. $15.00

  411. Love, Frank with Tom Alspach and Ron Snowbarger. A Prayer, a Poultice, a Pall: Life and Death in Yuma, Arizona Territory (1854-1893). Illustrations by Tim Alspach. Stories of life in the southern Arizona town. Frank Love, 1994. Gray wraps. $10.00

  412. Love, Frank. A Visitor's Guide to Historic Yuma. Information on the Century House, Prison, Customhouse, Ft. Yuma, St. Thomas Mission and a walking tour of the old city. Nd, np. Green wraps reinforced with clear tape. $10.00

  413. Lowe, Sam. Arizona Curiosities: Quirky Characters, Roadside Oddities & Other Offbeat Stuff. A round-trip ticket to the wildest, wackiest, most outrageous people, places and things Arizona has to offer. The Globe Pequot Press, 2003. Soft cover. $13.95

  414. Lowe, Sam. Arizona Curiosities: Quirky Characters, Roadside Oddities & Other Offbeat Stuff. A round-trip ticket to the wildest, wackiest, most outrageous people, places and things Arizona has to offer. 2d edition. TwoDot, 2007. Soft cover. $14.95

  415. book cover Lowe, Sam. Mysteries and Legends Arizona: True Stories of the Unsolved and Unexplained. A dozen mind-boggling tales from the Grand Canyon State, including the story of Glen and Bessie Hyde, the Apache Leap, Pearl Hart and the ghosts of Abby. Globe Pequot Press, 2010. Soft cover. $14.95

  416. SOLD Lowe, Sam. Speaking Ill of the Dead: Jerks in Arizona History. A delightfully wicked look at the badly behaved characters who shaped the history of Arizona through their deeds and misdeeds. Globe Pequot, 2012. Soft cover. $16.95

  417. Luckingham, Bradford. Phoenix: The History of the Southwestern Metropolis. Drawing on a wide variety of archival materials, oral accounts, promotional literature, and urban studies, Luckingham presents an urban biography of a thriving city. University of Arizona Press, 1989. Dust jacket. $30.00

  418. Luptak, Gene. Top O' The Pines: Life in Pinetop and the White Mountains. Stories of the early settlers in the Pinetop and Lakeside area, including the families of Cooley and Penrod. 2nd printing. Ponderosa Pine Press, 2004. Soft cover. $15.00

  419. Lynch, Richard E. Winfield Scott: A Biography of Scottsdale's Founder. Story of the Civil War chaplain who came to Arizona and founded this town in the Salt River Valley. Signed presentation copy. 1st edition. City of Scottsdale, 1978. Dust jacket. $45.00

  420. Lyons, Bettina O'Neil. Zeckendorfs and Steinfelds: Merchant Princes of the American Southwest. A detailed portrait, using family documents, archival records, and published sources, that chronicles 130 years of mercantile enterprise through the eyes of a remarkable group of men and women who laid the business foundations and set the social tone of Arizona and New Mexico for much of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Arizona Historical Society, 2008. Dust jacket. $24.95

  421. Lytle, George P. Memories. Stories of growing up on the Arizona Strip and in Nevada and Utah. Signed by the author. Washington County News, 1981. Soft cover, oversize. $20.00

  422. SOLD MacPherson, Earl. Gillespie's Gold: The Saga of the Southwest's Most Incredible Millionarie. Fast-moving account of Bernard A. Gillespie, friend to bandits, fortune hunters, and simple people. Southland Press, 1973. Dust jacket. $35.00

  423. Maguire, Don. Gila Monsters and Red-Eyed Rattlesnakes: Don Maguire's Arizona Trading Expeditions, 1876-1879. Edited by Gary Topping. Narratives of his three remarkable trading expeditions through Utah, Nevada, California, Arizona, and Mexico. University of Utah Press, 1997. Dust jacket. $34.95 *

  424. Malach, Roman. The Arizona Strip in Mohave County. Story of this part of Arizona filled with Mormon settlements and cattle ranching. Roman Malach, 1975. Yellow wraps. $20.00

  425. Malach, Roman. Bullhead City: Lande of Early Gold Mining. Part of a Bicentennial commemorative series. 1st edition. Roman Malach, 1975. Yellow wraps. $15.00

  426. Malach, Roman. Early Days in Mohave County. Contains sketches of features, people or information about the County. Mohave County Board of Supervisors, 1979. Yellow wraps. $15.00

  427. Malach, Roman. Home on the Range: Civilian Conservation Corps in Kingman Area. Filled with illustrations of the work done by the CCC. Bureau of Land Management, 1984. Creme wraps. $10.00

  428. SOLD Malach, Roman. Kingman - Arizona: City in Mohave County. Story of this northwestern Arizona community. Part of a Bicentennial commemorative series. Roman Malach, 1974. Yellow wraps. $20.00

  429. Malach, Roman. Mohave County in Old Photographs. Illustrated with historic photos of the people and places in Mohave county. Mohave County Board of Supervisors, 1982. Creme Wraps, oversize. $17.50

  430. Malach, Roman. Mohave County Northland. Illustrated with historic photos of the people and places in Mohave county. Mohave County Board of Supervisors, 1979. Creme Wraps. $20.00

  431. SOLD Malach, Roman. Peach Springs in Mohave County. Story of the non-Indian and Hualapai communities. Part of a Bicentennial commemorative series. Roman Malach, 1975. Yellow wraps. $15.00

  432. Mallett, Daryl F. Falcon Field: Images of America. Illustrated history of this World War II base in Mesa, Arizona. Arcadia Publishing, 2009. Soft cover. $21.99

  433. Mangum, Richard and Sherry. Flagstaff Album: Flagstaff's First 50 Years in Photographs 1876-1926. Illustrated history of this northern Arizona city. 1st edition. Hexagon Press, 1993. Soft cover, oversize. $30.00

  434. Mangum, Richard & Sherry. Flagstaff: Past & Present. Foreward by Bruce Babbitt. A walk through Flagstaff's history from humble origins to its present position as a center of education, commerce and tourism. Includes historic and contemporary photographs. 1st edition. Northland Publishing, 2003. Dust jacket. $20.00

  435. SOLD Mann, Dean E. The Politics of Water in Arizona. Acquaints the reader with the intricacies and internal conflicts of water in Arizona. Previous library copy with stamp on front and back endsheets and partially on spine. University of Arizona Press, 1963. Dust jacket. $42.00

  436. SOLD Manning, Reg. From Tee to Cup: The Book with a Hole. The cartoonist and golf. Reganson Cartoon Books, 1954. Decorated cloth. $15.00

  437. SOLD Manning, Reg. What is Arizona Really Like? A guide to Arizona's Marvels by one of Arizona's favorite cartoonist. 1st edition. Presentation copy signed by Manning with his signature cactus sketch. Reganson, 1968. Decorated casebound. $30.00

  438. Manning, Reg. What Kinda Cactus Izzat? A "Who's Who" of strange plants in the Southwestern American Desert. A clever and fun way to learn about the desert plants. Author's signed presentation copy with a sketch of a cactus. Reganson, 1967. Soft cover. $30.00

  439. Marcell, Ervin. Charley Chick Chicken: A History of Mustangs on the Arizona Strip. Illustrated by Thomas P. Harland. Story of horses and families pioneering in northern Arizona. Limited numbered edition. Signed by author and artist. Ervin Schmutz, 1986. Soft cover. $12.00

  440. Marriott, Barbara and the Oro Valley Historical Society. Oro Valley: Images of America. Illustrated story of this Arizona region north of Tucson. Arcadia Publishing, 2008. Soft cover. $19.95

  441. Marshall, Jan Bragg. A Hundred Summers: The Iron Springs Outing Club. Not just a summer camp or a fancy resport. Iron Springs, Arizona, is a patchwork of people, generations of families, enjoying a way of life seldom found anymore. Signed by the author. Bragmar Publishing, 2002. Soft cover. $35.00

  442. Marshall, Julie Hoffman. Making Burros Fly: Cleveland Amory, Animal Rescue Pioneer. Foreword by Wayne Pacelle, President of the Humane Society of the United States. Story of the man who helped rescue 500 burros from the depths of the Grand Canyon. Johnson Books, 2006. Soft cover. $17.50

  443. Marshall, Otto Miller. The Wham Paymaster Robbery. Story of the boldest robbery in Arizona History. Sponsored and distributed by the Pima Chamber of Commerce, 1967. Soft cover. $20.00

  444. Martin, Douglas D. An Arizona Chronology: The Territorial Years 1846-1912. Provides dates and brief descriptions for events in the Arizona Territory. University of Arizona Press, 1963. Soft cover. $15.00

  445. Martin, Douglas D. Yuma Crossing. Four centuries of history of this place on the Colorado River, dividing Arizona and California. Book plate inside front cover. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1954. Dust jacket, worn. $32.50

  446. Martin, Patricia Preciado, ed. Beloved Land: An Oral History of Mexican Americans in Southern Arizona. Collected and edited by Patricia Martin with photographs by Jose Galvez. This book documents the contributions of Mexican American families whose history and culture are intertwined with the lifestyle of the contemporary Southwest. 1st printing. University of Arizona Press, 2004. Soft cover. $17.95

  447. SOLD Mason, Robert. MORE Verde Valley Lore. Stories of interesting events and people along the watershed of the Verde River. Phoenix Publishing Group, 2004. Soft cover. $14.95

  448. Massey, Peter, Jeanne Wilson and Angela Titus. Arizona Trails: Central Region. A guide book which includes GPS coordinates as well as a brief history of the area, maps and photographs. Adler Publishing, 2006. Soft cover. $19.95

  449. Massey, Peter, Jeanne Wilson and Angela Titus. Backcountry Adventures: Arizona. Scenic guide that navigates over 2,500 miles of varied and scenic terrain across the Grand Canyon state - suitable for anyone with a sport utility vehicle. Adler, 2008. Casebound oversize. $39.95

  450. Matthews, David S. The Story of Scottsdale: A Pictorial History of 'The West's Most Western Town.' One of the first early histories written by a local resident. 1965. Oversize soft cover. $25.00

  451. SOLD McBride, Darvil B. The Evaders or Wilderness Shoot-Out: The Story of the Power Affair. The story of the encounter between the sheriff and the Power boys. Signed by the author. Pacific Book, 1984. Soft cover, slightly worn. $25.00

  452. SOLD McCarty, Kieran. Desert Documetary: The Spanish Years, 1767-1821. History of Arizona focusing on the Spanish missions and the military wars with the Apaches. Historical Monograph No. 4. 1st edition. Arizona Historical Society, 1976. Dust jacket with spine sunned. $30.00

  453. McCarty, Kieran. Desert Documetary: The Spanish Years, 1767-1821. History of Arizona focusing on the Spanish missions and the military wars with the Apaches. Historical Monograph No. 4. Arizona Historical Society, 1976. Soft cover, with slight fold in front cover. $15.00

  454. SOLD McClintock, James H. Arizona, Prehistoric - Aboriginal, Pioneer - Modern; the nation's youngest commonwealth within a land of ancient culture: Biographical. Volume 2 only. Discoloration on endsheet and along edge of title page. S. J. Clarke Publishing, 1916. Dark green cloth, worn on edges with black leather spine and corners. $75.00

  455. McCormick, Hon. Richard C. Arizona: Its Resources and Prospects. A letter to the editor of the New York Tribune (Reprinted from that Journal of June 26th, 1865. With a new introduction by Sydney B. Brinckerhoff. Signed by Brinckerhoff. Territorial Press, 1968. Soft cover. $27.50 *

  456. book coer McCroskey, Mona Lange. Chasing Cattle and the Cure: Oral Histories from Yavapai County, Arizona. A delightful and interesting account of the early days of Yavapai County. HollyBear Press, 2012. Oblong. Soft cover. $45.00 *

  457. McFall, Larry L. Why? Arizona Rangers. Answers questions about the Arizona Rangers. Signed by the author. Riodosa 40, 1996. Gray wraps. $17.50

  458. McFarland, Ernest W. Mac: The Autobiography of Ernest W. McFarland. The story of Arizona's U.S. Senator, Chief Justice of the Arizona Supreme Court and Governor, as well as thefather of the US G.I. Bill. McFarland, c1979. Dust jacket. $30.00

  459. McKanna, Clare V., Jr. White Justice in Arizona: Apache Murder Trials in the Nineteenth Century. The trials of Captain Jack, Gonshayee, the "Carlisle Kid" and Batdish are examined as how the judicial system of the nineteenth century Arizona denied Apaches justice. Texas Tech University Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $27.95

  460. McLaughlin, Herb and Dorothy. Arizona the Beautiful. Photographs by Herb and Dorothy McLaughlin, text by Don Dedera. Presentation copy signed by the McLaughlins and Dedera. 1st edition. Doubleday & Co., 1974. Dust jacket. $40.00

  461. SOLD McLoughlin, Emmett. People's Padre: An Autobiography. Story of a Phoenix priest. 1st edition. Beacon Press, 1954. Light green cloth. $20.00

  462. SOLD McMillan, James Elton, Jr. Ernest W. McFarland: Majority Leader of the United States Senate, Governor and Chief Justice of the State of Arizona. Foreword by Bruce Babbitt and introduction by Governor Janet Napolitano.  Biography of this distinguished Arizonan. Sharlot Hall Museum Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $27.95

  463. McMillan, James E., ed. The Ernest W. McFarland Papers: The United States Senate Years 1940-1952. Index to the McFarland collection at the McFarland Historical state Park. 1st edition. Sharlot Hall Museum Press, 1995. Red cloth. $10.00

  464. SOLD McNamee, Gregory. Monumental Places: National Parks and Monuments in the Grand Canyon State. Spectular images by Arizona Highways photographers of places everyone should visit. Arizona Highways Special Scenic Collection. Arizona Highways, 2007. Soft cover oversize. $14.95

  465. Meck, Verlyne. Buckeye: Images of America. Illustrated story of this Arizona community located in the Valley of the Sun and its transformation from a farming community to new challenges with growth. Arcadia Publishing, 2007. Soft cover. $19.95

  466. Meeks, Eric V. Border Citizens: The Making of Indians, Mexicans, and Anglos in Arizona. A detailed and insightful look at one hundred years of political and economic impact on racial identity and culture among diverse ethnic groups in Arizona. University of Texas Press, 2007. Maroon cloth. $60.00

  467. Melikian, Robert A. Hotel San Carlos: Images of America. Illustrated history of this Phoenix hotel. Arcadia Publishing, 2009. Soft cover. $21.99

  468. Melikian, Robert A. Vanishing Phoenix: Images of America. Illustrated history of early Phoenix. Arcadia Publishing, 2010. Soft cover. $21.99

  469. Melton, Brad and Dean Smith, eds. Arizona Goes to War: The Home Front and the Front Lines During World War II. Foreword by Senator John McCain and an introduction by Marshall Trimble. This volume takes readers back to a time when military installations sprang up all over the state as thousands of airmen arrived to train in Arizona's clear desert skies and when soldiers destined for North Africa came to get their first taste of desert sands. 1st printing. University of Arizona Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $39.95

  470. Merrill, W. Earl. One Hundred Footprints on Forgotten Trails. Book four on a series of articles on communities in central Arizona, including Mesa, Tempe and Phoenix. Lofgreen Printing, 1978. Dust jacket with minor wear. $25.00

  471. Merrill, W. Earl. One Hundred Yesterdays. Book two on a series of articles on communities in the Salt River Valley, including Mesa, Tempe and Phoenix. Lofgreen Printing, 1972. Dust jacket with minor wear. $30.00

  472. Merritt, Evelyn B. Arizona's First Capitol Preserved by Sharlot M. Hall. The story of Arizona's original capitol at Prescott, with photos. Reprint. Prescott Printing, 1971. Wraps. $15.00

  473. Messick, Hank. Desert Sanctuary. With a foreword by Steve Allen. Story of building a retirement life on the Arizona New Mexico boundary, describing the landscape and wildlife. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1987. Dust jacket. $20.00

  474. Messinger, Paul R. Scottsdale Memories: The Reminiscences of Paul R. Messinger. Fifty personal, heartfelt stories by one of Scottsdale's most prominent historians and successful entrepreneurs, former Arizona State Legislator and Scottsdale City Councilman. Articles are from Messinger's newspaper columns with historic and contemporary photographs. O'Neil Printing, 2010. Soft cover oversize. $15.00

  475. Michael, Sam. Trade Token Place Names of Arizona.  A catalog of tokens used for the exchange of goods and services in early Arizona. Images of the tokens, along with the places they were used and the businesses that issued them. Signed by the author. 1986. Soft cover. $35.00

  476. Miller, Curt W. Letter. Typed letter to Mr. Lloyd B. Christy concerning stories of Colonel William Christy, Salt River Valley pioneer. On News Publishing Co., Tempe Arizona letterhead, dated June 12, 1937. Signed by Curt W. Miller. $35.00

  477. Miller, Joseph, ed. Arizona Cavalcade: The Turbulent Times. Illustrated by Ross Santee. History of Arizona. Author's presentation copy to Marguerite B. Cooley, well known Arizona historian. 1st edition. Hastings House, 1962. Dust jacket. $27.50

  478. SOLD Miller, Joseph, ed. The Arizona Rangers. Compiled and edited from original newspaper sources. 1st edition. Hastings House, 1972. Dust jacket. $60.00

  479. Miller, Joseph ed. The Arizona Story. Compiled and edited from original newspaper sources. Drawings by Ross Santee. 1st edition. Previous owner's name on inside front cover; tear on front endsheet. Hastings House, 1952. Brown cloth with red printing. $20.00 *

  480. Miller, Joseph, ed. Arizona: The Last Frontier. Drawings by Ross Santee. Stirring, fast-paced account of the wild era in the early days of Arizona. 1st edition. Hastings House, 1956. Dust jacket with small piece missing on top of spine. $25.00

  481. Miller, Tom, ed. Arizona: The Land And The People. This book tells the story of the state behind the picture postcards. University of Arizona Press, 1986. Dust jacket. $25.00

  482. Mills, John B., Jr. The First Map of Tucson. Drawn in the last four months of 1862, at the direction of Maj. David Fergusson of the California Volunteers. Original in the Tucson Public Library. Wraps. $7.50

  483. Mineralogy of Arizona. Written by John W. Anthony, Sidney A. Williams and Richard A. Bideaux. Guide with color images and drawings. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 1977. Soft cover, oversize. $20.00

  484. Mineralogy of Arizona. Written by John W. Anthony, Sidney A. Williams, Richard A. Bideaux and Raymond W. Grant. Guide with color images and drawings. 3rd edition. University of Arizona Press, 1995. Soft cover, oversize. $17.50

  485. SOLD Mitchell, David N. The Insider's Arizona Guidebook. Contains information on over 900 top attractions, 24 scenic drives, 210 color photographs, featuring Arizona parkways, historic and scenic roads. Arizona Highways, 2006. Stiff soft cover. $22.95

  486. Moore, John Hammond. The Faustball Tunnel: German POWs in America and Their Great Escape. The story of the escape of 25 POWs in the Arizona desert. 1st edition. Random House, 1978. Dust jacket. $60.00

  487. Moore, John Hammond. The Faustball Tunnel: German POWs in America and Their Great Escape. The story of the escape of 25 POWs in the Arizona desert. Naval Institute Press, 2006. Soft cover. $18.95

  488. SOLD Moore, Robert J. The Civil Conservation Corps in Arizona's Rim Country: Working in the Woods. A history of the New Deal CCC program with colorful stories, gleaned from oral interviews of men who participated in the program. Illustrated. University of Nevada Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $34.95

  489. Morgan, Mabel Baker. Forty Years in Arizona : Miami, Clifton, Morenci. Story of life in Arizona's mining towns. Signed by the author. Butler Printing, 1980. Brown soft cover. $25.00

  490. Morrow, Robert E. comp. Mohave County Lawmakers: A Biographical Summary. Includes photographs of the Arizona legislators. Mohave County Miner, 1968. Blue cloth oversize. $25.00

  491. SOLD Mowry, Sylvester. Arizona and Sonora: The Geography, History, and Resources of the Silver Region of North America. Third edition, revised and enlarged. Reprinted for private circulation. Mowry Mines Co., 1904. Red cloth cover worn on edges, silver lettering on front cover faded in parts. $175.00

  492. Mowry, Sylvester. Arizona and Sonora: The Geography, History, and Resources of the Silver Region of North America. Reprint of the 1864 edition. The Far Western Frontier series. Arno Press, 1973. Green cloth. $65.00

  493. SOLD Mowry, Sylvester. Memoir of the Proposed Territory of Arizona. Reprint of 1857 edition. Territorial Press, 1964. Warped black cloth cover. $40.00

  494. SOLD Mowry, Sylvester. Memoir of the Proposed Territory of Arizona. Reprint of 1857 edition. Territorial Press, 1964. Blue wraps. $15.00

  495. Mt. Graham Profiles volume 2. Ryder Ridgway Collection. History of Graham County from Ridgway articles. Graham County Historical Society, 1988. Decorated casebound, oversize. $65.00

  496. SOLD Mulford, Karen Surina. Arizona's Historic Restaurants and Their Recipes. A practical cooking resource as well as a fascinating travel guide and history lesson. John F. Blair, 1995. Dust jacket. $16.95

  497. Munk, J.A. Activities of a Lifetime. 1st edition. Presentation copy signed by the author. The reminiscences of Dr. Joseph Amasa Munk who was an avid collector of books on Arizona and the Southwest and founded the Munk Cattle Ranch, the Munk Library Of Arizoniana, and the Munk Botanical Garden and Arboretum. Times-Mirror Press, 1924. Green cloth. $75.00

  498. Munk, Joseph A. Arizona Sketches. A description of Munk's travels through Arizona, visiting Hopi and Navajo sites, cliff dwellings and cattle ranches. Photographs. Presentation Copy. 1st edition. Grafton Press, 1905. Slight bleeding of color on the decorated front cover. $100.00

  499. SOLD Murbarger, Nell. Ghosts of the Adobe Walls: Human Interest and Historical Highlights from 400 Ghosts Haunts of Old Arizona. An intimate chronicle of Arizona's deserted mining boom camps, stage stations, army posts, ranches and amazing human characters. Written by the roving reporter of the Desert. 1st edtion. Westernlore Press, 1964. Tan cloth. $35.00

  500. Murbarger, Nell. Ghosts of the Adobe Walls: Human Interest and Historical Highlights from 400 Ghosts Haunts of Old Arizona. An intimate chronicle of Arizona's deserted mining boom camps, stage stations, army posts, ranches and amazing human characters. Written by the roving reporter of the Desert. Treasure Chest Publications, 1964. Soft cover. $25.00

  501. Murdock, John R. Arizona Characters in Silhouette. Stories of Arizona personalities. Presentation copy signed by Murdock. Minor staining on first several pages on bottom lower left. Fray Marcos de Niza Edition. 1939. Green decorated soft cover. $35.00

  502. Murdock, John R. Constitutional Development of Arizona. Previous owners's names and writings on front endsheets. Staining on some pages. 1930. Maroon cloth with wear. $20.00

  503. Murphy, James M. Laws, Courts, & Lawyers: Through the Years in Arizona. Of interest to both the attorneys and judges as well as historians. Discusses territorial legal practice in Arizona. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 1970. Dust jacket, with wear and rubbing. $20.00

  504. Murphy, James M. The Spanish Legal Heritage in Arizona. Shows the lasting influence of Spanish Law on Arizona life. Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society, 1966. Casebound. $25.00

  505. Murray, Vincent. Gila Bend: Images of America. In this volume, professional historian Vincent Murray selected approximately 200 photographs from the collections of longtime citizens of the town as well as the Gila Bend Historical Museum and other sources. Arcadia Publishing, 2012. Soft cover. $21.99

  506. Myers, John Myers. I, Jack Swilling: Founder of Phoenix, Arizona. Biography of the former Confederate, explorer and adventurer who helped settle central Arizona. 1st edition. Hastings House, 1961. Dust jacket with wear on edges and spine discolored. $30.00

  507. Neal, Grace. That Cowboy From Burro Creek. Biography of Leonard Neal, Mohave County Arizona cowboy. Illustrated by Joe Tyree. 1st edition. Mohave County Historical Society, 1992. Dust jacket. $75.00

  508. SOLD Neal, Grace. That Cowboy From Burro Creek. Biography of Leonard Neal, Mohave County Arizona cowboy. 1st edition. Mohave County Historical Society, 1992. Soft cover. $15.00

  509. Nearing, Richard. Arizona Buildings With a History!: Drawings and History Briefs. Sketches of historic structures with a brief history. Gem Publishing, 1992. Soft cover. $22.00

  510. SOLD Negri, Sam. Arizona: The Beauty of it All. Photographs by Arizona Highways contributors. Beautifully illustrated look at Arizona. Arizona Highways, 2006. Dust jacket. $26.95

  511. Nelson, William Hamilton. Alluring Arizona. A series of sketches written about the young state of Arizona - including chapters on Native Americans. Signed by the author. 1938. Dust jacket, brittle with pieces missing. $15.00

  512. Newton, Charles H. The Reasons Why Place Names in Arizona are so Named! Have you ever wondered why your town has its name? Charles H. Newton Publishing, 1954. Wraps. $5.00

  513. Nicholl, Boyd. Bisbee Arizona: Then and Now. A photographic time-traveling adventure with nineteenth century images opposite the current photograph. Edited by Janice Coggin. Cowboy Miner, 2003. Soft cover. $30.00

  514. Niethammer, Carolyn. Cooking the Wild Southwest: Delicious Recipes for Desert Plants. An indispensable guide for bringing native plants from the desert to your table. University of Arizona Press, 2011. Soft cover, oversize. $19.95

  515. Nogales Arizona 1880 - 1980 Centennial Anniversary. Prepared by the Nogales Centennial Committee with Alma Ready, editor. Illustrated history of this border town city. 1980? Soft cover. $10.00

  516. SOLD Northern Gila County Historical Society. Rim Country History. Foreword by Barry Goldwater. An illustrated history of Arizona's Mogollon Rim Country. Rim Country Printery, 1984. Oversize soft cover. $30.00

  517. Norton, Ken. Jesse Leather, One of a Kind. Novel set in Arizona on the cowboy range. Signed by the author. 1st edition. Walsh & Associates Publications, 1983. Dust jacket. $25.00

  518. SOLD O'Brien, Anne. Traveling Indian Arizona. A travel guide to native culture, arts & crafts, festivals, historic sites & museums, with lists of hotels, restaurants, shopping and scenic drives. Westcliffe Publishers, 2006. Soft cover. $24.95

  519. O'Connor, Sandra Day and H. Alan Day. Lazy B: Growing Up on a Cattle Ranch in the American Southwest. Autobiography of the first female justice of the U.S. Supreme Court who grew up in Arizona and New Mexico. Random House, 2002. Dust jacket. $24.95 *

  520. O'Connor, Sandra Day and H. Alan Day. Lazy B: Growing Up on a Cattle Ranch in the American Southwest. Autobiography of the first female justice of the U.S. Supreme Court who grew up in Arizona and New Mexico. Random House, 2003. Soft cover. $16.00 *

  521. Odens, Peter R. Ben Hulse: From Mountain Boy to State Senator. Story of an Arizona politican. Signed by the author. Sun Graphics, 1984. Yellow wraps. $10.00

  522. Officer, James E. Hispanic Arizona, 1536-1856. Traces the Hispanic roots of southern Arizona and northern Sonora to present that history from the Spanish and Mexican rather than Anglo point of view. University of Arizona Press, 1980. Soft cover with minor wear. $30.00

  523. Oliver, Jean Rodgers. Sun and adobe [camera impressions of the Enchanted land] Photographs by Jean Rodgers Oliver. With notes by Roland F. Dickey. Photographs of New Mexico places and people. Revilo Press, 1955. Wraps. $12.50

  524. SOLD O'Neal, Bill. The Arizona Rangers. The first documented history of the Rangers, using Ranger correspondence, archival material and newspaper accounts. Special Collector's Edition, no. 59, signed by the author. Eakin Press, 1987. Black cloth, tan leather spine with gold lettering, black slipcase. $125.00

  525. SOLD O'Neal, Bill. The Arizona Rangers. The first documented history of the Rangers, using Ranger correspondence, archival material and newspaper accounts. 1st edition. Eakin Press, 1987. Dust jacket. $75.00

  526. O'Neal, Bill. The Arizona Rangers. The first documented history of the Rangers published. Eakin Press. Soft cover. $35.00 *

  527. SOLD O'Neal, Bill. Captain Harry Wheeler: Arizona Lawman. Biography of this noted Arizonan who served as Sheriff of Cochise County, Cavalry sergeant and World War I army captain. His turbulent life was punctuated with fatal shootouts and personal tragedy. 1st edition. Eakin Press, 2003. Soft cover. $21.95

  528. 100 Years in Thatcher 1883 - 1983. Pictorial history of the town of Thatcher, Arizona. Town of Thatcher, 1983. Brown leatherette. $90.00

  529. Otero, Lydia R. La Calle: Spatial Conflicts and Urban Renewal in a Southwest City. Documents the Tucson Mexican American community's experience with urban renewal in the 1960s. University of Arizona Press, 2010. Soft cover. $24.95

  530. Pagan, Eduardo Obregon. Historic Photos of Phoenix. Text and captions by Pagan. Early photographs help tell the history of the capitol of Arizona. Turner Publishing Co., 2007. Dust jacket oversize. $39.95

  531. Pagan, Eduardo Obregon. Remembering Phoenix. Historic images offer a glimpse into the history of this unique desert community. Trade Paper Press, 2010. Soft cover. $16.95

  532. Palmer, K. T. For Land's Sake: The autobiography of a dynamc Arizonan. The story of Kenyon T. Palmer, whose career ranged from practicing attorney to a land developer. Previous owner's inscription on half title page. Northland Press, 1971. Green cloth. $35.00

  533. Parkman, I. H. (Uncle Hi). Old Timer Tales. Stories of old Arizona. Sharlot Hall Historical Society, 1972. Soft cover. $25.00

  534. Parmenter, Ross. Explorer, Linguist and Ethnologist: A Descriptive Bibliography of the Published Works of Alphonse Louis Pinart, with Notes on his Life. Introduction by Carl Schaefer Dentzel. Signed by Dentzel. Southwest Museum, 1966. Tan cloth. $20.00 *

  535. Patterson, Ann and Mark Vinson. Landmark Buildings: Arizona's Architectural Heritage. Photography by Arizona Highways contributors. A wonderful book on some of Arizona's most famous buildings. Arizona Highways, 2004. Soft cover. $18.95

  536. Peace, Jayne. History of Gisela, Arizona Centennial Edition 1881-1981. Stories of the community on the banks of Tonto Creek and people who settled the area. Soft cover oversize. $35.00

  537. Peace, Jayne. History of Gisela, Arizona. Stories of the community on the banks of Tonto Creek and people who settled the area. Revised edition. Signed. Git A Rope! Publishing, 2003. Soft cover oversize. $25.00

  538. Peplow, Edward H. History of Arizona. 3 volumes. A must resource for an Arizona library. Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1958. Red cloth with ring stain on volume 2. $150.00 *

  539. Perrill, Lester S. Ackerman of Arizona. Biography of Lee Ackerman, Arizona journalist and business man. Educational Publications, 1960. Soft cover, oversize. $15.00

  540. Pfeiffer, Bruce Brooks and Victor E. Sidy. Under Arizona Skies: The Apprentice Desert Shelters at Frank Lloyd Wright's Taliesin West. Contemporary and history photographs and drawings of the shelters provide a unique look at Taliesin West. Pomegranate, 2011. Dust jacket. $24.95

  541. Pfister, A. J. The Salt River Project: "Keeping the Spirit Strong." Presentation to the Newcomen Society by SRP General Manager. Previous owner's label on first page. Newcomen Society, 1987. Wraps. $5.00

  542. Phillips, Melvin W., M.D. Mile Hi Docs. A chronological history of the Yavapai County Medical Society, with biographies of many the Prescott area doctors (now deceased) and random recollections from the author. Melvin M. Phillips, M.D., 1996. Red cloth. $20.00

  543. PHX. Great book on Phoenix today. Lots of color photographs and illustrations. Foreword by Edward Booth-Clibborn. Booth-Clibborn Editions, 2006. Soft cover with stiff wraps. $49.95

  544. Picturing Arizona: The Photographic Record of the 1930s. Edited by Katherine G. Morrissey and Kirsten M. Jensen. Photographs of Arizona taken during the 1930s capture encuring visions of the Depression that linger in cultural memory - this book places the work of local Arizonans alongside that of federal photographs - to show the influence of differing cultural agendas on the photographic record. University of Arizona Press, 2005. Soft cover. $24.95

  545. Pimeria Alta Historical Society. 1986 Calendar. "Como Nogales no hay Otro" with images selected from the Rochlin Archives. Photographs of the southern Arizona region with Spanish and English captions. $10.00

  546. Pinart, Alphonse. Journey to Arizona in 1876. Translated from the French by George H. Whitney. Biography & bibliography of Pinart by Henry R. Wagner. Introduction and notes by Carl S. Dentzel. Limited to 500 copies. Signed by Dentzel. Zamorano Club, 1962. Black cloth spine with decorated tan paper boards with minor wear. $40.00

  547. Pinart, Alphonse. Journey to Arizona in 1876. Translated from the French by George H. Whitney. Biography & bibliography of Pinart by Henry R. Wagner. Introduction and notes by Carl S. Dentzel. Limited to 500 copies. Zamorano Club, 1962. Black cloth. $30.00 *

  548. Post, Anita C. Southern Arizona Spanish Phonology. Study of the Spanish language in Arizona. Water stained on bottom pages. University of Arizona Bulletin, volume V:1. University of Arizona, 1934. Wraps. $25.00

  549. Poston,Charles D. Building a State in Apache Land. The Inside story of Arizona's founding with a preface by John Myers Myers. Illustrated by Larry Toschik. 1st edition. Aztec Press, 1963. Dust jacket. $32.50

  550. Poston, Charles D. Lecture on Learning. Edited with an introduction by Bernard L. Fontana. Written at the time of the dedication of the University of Arizona in 1890. Friends of the University of Arizona Library, 1985. Wraps. $15.00

  551. SOLD Potter, Alvina N. The Many Lifes of the Lynx: A Century of Mining on Lynx Creek Between 1863 and 1963. 1st edition. Illustrations by Effie Andrews. Story of the Walker Mining District along Lynx Creek. Published in Prescott, 1964. Blue cloth, slight fading on spine. $100.00

  552. SOLD Potter, Alvina N. The Many Lifes of the Lynx: A Century of Mining on Lynx Creek Between 1863 and 1963. Illustrations by Effie Andrews. Story of the Walker Mining District along Lynx Creek. Revised edition. Published in Prescott, 1964. Dust jacket. $75.00

  553. Powell, Donald M. The Peralta Grant: James Addison Reavis and the Barony of Arizona. Legends about the Peralta Grant range from the story of Mrs. Reavis origially a slavey on the John Slaughter ranch to the plausible tale that Reavis and his family lived in Arizona in regal elegance. Signed by the author. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1960. Dust jacket with minor wear. $45.00

  554. Powell, Lawrence Clark. Arizona: A Bicentennial History. Written by the dean of western letters, Powell portrays Arizona in a way that will enthrall readers. W. W. Norton & Company, 1976. Dust jacket. $20.00

  555. SOLD Power, Tom with John Whitlatch. Shoot-Out at Dawn: An Arizona Tragedy. The shoot-out at the Power cabin in the Galiuro Mountains of Graham County in 1918 was more violent and more deadly than Tombstone's gun fight at the OK Corral. Phoenix Books, 1981. Soft cover. $30.00

  556. SOLD Price, Edna. Burro Bill and Me: Death Valley to Grand Canyon by Burro via the Arizona Strip. The tale of a woman's travels in the 1930s in the American desert. Reprint of the 1993 edition. Narrative Press, 2004. Soft cover. $15.95

  557. Price, Ethel Jackson. Bisbee: Images of America. Illustrated story of this southern Arizona mining community. Arcadia Publishing, 2004. Soft cover. $19.95

  558. SOLD Price, Ethel Jackson. Sierra Vista: Young City with a Past. Explores the rich history of this Arizona-Mexico border town. The Making of America Series. Arcadia, 2003. Soft cover. $24.99

  559. Price, Jay M. Gateways to the Southwest: The Story of Arizona State Parks. A history of the creation of state parks, examining the ways in which different types of parks were created in the face of changing social values. Includes information on water, historic parks and natural parks. University of Arizona Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $45.00

  560. SOLD Price, Thorton W. III. Murder Unpunished: How the Aryan Brotherhood Murdered Waymond Small and Got Away with It. In November 1977, Arizona State Prison inmate walked up to Waymond Small in front of sixty witnesses and stabbed him in the heart. Small was to testify about gang violence in the prison but was murdered the day before his scheduled appearance. An interesting analysis of the prison system. University of Arizona Press, 2005. Soft cover. $17.95

  561. SOLD Procter, Gil. People of the Moonlight. Stories of Arizona history. A first limited edition for Pete Kitchen Museum. Signed by the author. Publication Press of Pasadena, 1958. Top part of dust jacket missing. $50.00

  562. SOLD Procter, Gil. The Trails of Pete Kitchen. The stories in this volume were originally published in Tucson, Tubac, Tumacacori, To Hell and People of the Moonlight. Stories of southern Arizona. Previous owner's bookplate and mark on front endsheets. Dale Stuart King, 1964. Pictorial cloth cover. $65.00

  563. SOLD Procter, Gil. Tucson Tubac Tumacacori To Hell. 1st limited edition. Some pencil markings and water staining. Arizona Silhouettes, 1956. Pictorial cloth. $40.00

  564. Pry, Mark E. The Town on the Hassayampa: A History of Wickenburg, Arizona. Illustrated history of this small Arizona town whose inhabitants ranged from Yavapais, miners, ranchers, guest ranch operators and tourists. Desert Caballeros Western Museum, 1997. Soft cover. $10.00

  565. Pumplly, Raphael. Pumpelly's Arizona. An Excerpt from Across America and Asia by Pumpelling, comprising those chapters which concern the Southwest. Edited with an introduction by Andrew Wallace, preface by Will Rogers, Jr. Palo Verde Press, 1965. Dust jacket with minor wear on edges. $47.50

  566. Purvis, Louis Lester. The Ace in the Hold: A Brief History of Company 818 of the Civil Conservation Corps. A history of one CCC unit in Arizona. Signed by author. Brentwood Christian Press, 1989. Soft cover. $22.50

  567. Pyle, Jinx. Mountain Cowboys: A Contribution to the History of Arizona's Rim Country. History of the Mogollon Rim Country and the impact of four generations of Pyles. Get a Rope! Publishing, 2010. Soft cover, oversize. $25.00

  568. SOLD Pyle, Jinx. Pleasant Valley War. Probably one of the best books on the Graham-Tewksbury Feud written. Illustrated with photos and maps. 1st edition. Signed by the author. Git A Rope! Publishing, 2009. Soft cover, oversize. $25.00

  569. SOLD Pyle, Jinx. Tonto Lingo. A little history and stories of the old Tonto Cowboys, written in their own lingo. Presentation copy. Get A Rope! Publishing, 2010. Soft cover, oversize. $25.00

  570. Pyle, Jinx and Jayne Peace. Rodeo 101: History of the Payson, Arizona Rodeo 1884-1984. Fascinating history of this early Arizona Rodeo, filled with historic photographs. Signed by Jinx Pyle. Get A Rope! Publishing, 2004. Soft cover, oversize. $25.00

  571. Quebbeman, Frances E. Medicine in Teritorial Arizona. Details early medicine and the doctors in Arizona. Contains mini sketches of the early physicans. Illustrated. Signed by the author. Pencil markings erased from front endsheet. Arizona Historical Foundation, 1966. Mylar covering over white cloth with blue spine. $25.00 *

  572. Rak, Mary Kidder. They Guard The Gates: The Way of Life on the American Borders. The Way of Life series showing Customs agents, Merchant Marine, Border Patrol, Mounties, Mexican Rurales, Immigration Service and Coast Guard protecting our borders. Inscribed by the author at Old Camp Rucher Ranch in 1942; one of her bookplates is on the front endsheet. Row Peterson, 1941. Blue cloth. $40.00 *

  573. Ray, Cosmic. Hiking Phoenix: Favorite Day Hikes. The Original No Jive Pocket Guide. Hike Camelback Mountain, Shaw Butte, South Mountain, Papago Park, White Tank Mountains and others with maps and important information for hikers. 2003. Soft cover. $11.95

  574. Ready, Alma. Calabasas: A True Story. Story of the area along Santa Cruz River near Sonoita Creek. Alto Press, 1976. yellow wraps. $15.00

  575. SOLD Reflections of McNary. Illustrated rememberance of this northeast Arizona town - stories of the settlers and people who stayed. McNary Reunion Committee. Soft cover oversize. $22.50

  576. Reider, Rebecca. Dreaming the Biosphere: The Theater of All Possibilities. Explores the intersections of ecology, community, inspiration and madness. University of New Mexico Press, 2010. Soft cover. $27.95

  577. Reiner, Donna J and Jennifer Kitson. Phoenix's Greater Coronado Neighborhood: Images of America. Readers will have an opportunity to discover a neighborhood that is rich in resources and people who have helped Phoenix mature throughout the years. Arcadia Publishing, 2012. Soft cover. $21.99

  578. Reinhold, Ruth M. Sky Pioneering: Arizona in Aviation History. Chronicles the colorful history of flight in Arizona by one of Arizona's pioneer pilots. Previous owner's name and date in pencil on front endsheet. 1st printing. University of Arizona Press, 1982. Dust jacket. $30.00

  579. Reinhold, Ruth M. Sky Pioneering: Arizona in Aviation History. Chronicles the colorful history of flight in Arizona by one of Arizona's pioneer pilots. University of Arizona Press, 1982. Soft cover. $15.95

  580. Reilly, William P. Arizona Public Service Company: People, Power & Progress. Address before the Newcomen Society held in Phoenix, honoring Reily and Walter T. Lucking, March 24, 1970. Orange cloth with decoration of Newcomen Society. $15.00

  581. A Reprint of the History of Arizona Territory: Showing Its Scenery, Residences, Farms, Mines, Mills, Hotels, Business Houses, Schools, Churches, &c. from Original Drawings. Reprint of 1884 map of Arizona laid in. Former owner's bookplates on inside front cover and front free endsheet. Northland Press, 1964. Dust jacket, large chips missing at head and tail of spine. $170.00

  582. Respect Continuity: The Arts of Death in a Border Community. Illustrated examples of graves, cemeteries and death ceremonials. Pimeria Alta Historical Society and Southwest Folklore Center, University of Arizona, 1985. Wraps. $6.00

  583. Richards, J. Morris. The Birth of Arizona: The Baby State. An indexed history of Arizona written by the Superintendent of Education. 1940. Soft cover. $35.00

  584. Richardson, Gladwell. Two Guns, Arizona. Story of this interesting Arizona community that is now a ghost town. #15 of Western Americana Series. Press of the Territorian, 1968. Reddish brown wraps. $25.00

  585. Richardson, S. C. Frank Weston: The Real West of the Past. Stories with "quite a much" of it based on fact. Press of Zion's Printing & Publishing, 1939. Green cloth. $15.00

  586. Ricketts, Norma Baldwin, ed. Arizona's Honeymoon Trail & Mormon Wagon Roads. Foreword by Elder David B. Haight, commentary by Marsall Trimble with map by Jim Byrkit. Provides lots of information and stories on individuals who journeyed on the trails. Index to the names. International Society, Daughters of Utah Pioneers, 2001. Soft cover, oversize with minor wear. $50.00

  587. Riddell, Bob. Life on Ye Ol' Homestead - Tucson Mountains. Stories of a boy's youth in the Tucson area. Roberts Enterprises, 1980. Tan wraps. $10.00

  588. Rider, Rowland W. The Roll Away Saloon: Cowboy Tales of the Arizona Strip. Stories told to Deirdre Murray Paulsen. Fill with humor, shows the cowboy way of life. Utah State University Press, 1990. Soft cover. $12.50

  589. The Right Side Up Town on the Upside Down River: Wickenburg, Arizona. History of this mining, resort town presented by Las Senores de Socorro, Ladies Auxiliary of the Maricopa County Historical Society. 1975. Soft cover. $10.00

  590. Rios, Alberto Alvaro. Capirotada: A Nogales Memoir. Autobiography of Rios growing up in the 1950s and 1960s in the border town of Nogales, Arizona. University of New Mexico Press, 1999. Soft cover. $18.95

  591. Roberts, Virginia Culin. With Their Own Blood: A Saga of Southwestern Pioneers. Story of the Pennington family and their life in southern Arizona. Texas Christian University Press, 1992. Dust jacket. $40.00

  592. Robinson, Will H. Witchery of Rita and Waiting for Tonti. Stories of Arizona - San Xavier del Bac and the cliff-dwellers of Montezuma's Castle. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. 1st edition. Berryhill Co., 1919. Dust jacket with pieces missing on top edge, but image on front is good with minor rubbing. $55.00

  593. Robinson, Will H. Yarns of the Southwest. Charming stories of Arizona and the southwest. Berryhill Press, 1921. Pictorial paper boards, front page with holes. $20.00

  594. SOLD Robson, Ellen. Haunted Arizona: Ghosts of the Grand Canyon State: A Ghostly Guide to Arizona's Most Spirited Spots! Golden West Publishers, 2002. Soft cover. $12.95

  595. log az trail Rockfellow, J.A. Log of an Arizona Trail Blazer. Covers an exciting period in Arizona's frontier history during the late 1800s - it is about mining, ranching, stage coaches and Apaches, Colorado River steamers and wagon freighters. Limited edition of 1000 copies, numbered. Arizona Silhouettes, 1955. Dust jacket. $65.00

  596. Rose, Ananda. Showdown in the Sonoran Desert: Religion, Law, and the Immigation Controversy. A powerful nunanced ethnographic analysis of the challenge in the contemporary U.S. Society: immigration. 1st edition. Oxford University Press, 2012. Dust jacket. $29.95

  597. Rose, Dan. Prehistoric and Historic Gila County Arizona. Stories of mining, ranching and early pioneers. Limited editon, #69 of 150 copies. Trail to Yesterday Books. Green wraps. $30.00

  598. newRoss, Andrew. Bird on Fire: Lessons from the World's Least Sustainable City. A compelling look at Phoenix, ground zero of unsustainable cities, highlighting a key link between the struggle for social justice and sustainable urban living. Oxford University Press, 2013. Soft cover. $19.95

  599. Ross, Delmer G. Gold Road to La Paz: An Interpretive Guide to the Bradshaw Trail. Provides historical facts as well as flora and fauna information. Tales of the Mojave Road, nd. Green casebound with edges rubbed. $25.00

  600. SOLD Rowe, Jeremy. Arizona Real Photo Postcards: A History & Portfolio. Explores unique facets of early Arizona as captured by postcard photographers; provides a comprehensive survey of postcard collecting and lots of images of early Arizona postcards. Carl Mautz Publishing, 2007. Dust jacket, oblong. $45.00

  601. Rowe, Jeremy. Photographers in Arizona 1850 - 1920: A History & Directory. Early Arizona as depicted by the images of the photographers. Limited edition, No. 96 of 100 with tipped in original cyanotype and signed by the author. Carl Maurtz, 1997. Black cloth in cloth slipcase. $100.00

  602. SOLD Rowe, Jeremy. Photographers in Arizona 1850 - 1920: A History & Directory. Early Arizona as depicted by the images of the photographers. Carl Maurtz, 1997. Dust jacket. $40.00

  603. SOLD Ruelas, Richard. Thanks For Tuning In. A biography of Bill Thompson, better known as "Wallace" of Wallace and Ladmo fame. 2004. Dust jacket. $21.95

  604. all hell Ruffner, Budge. All Hell Needs is Water. Stories by seasoned storyteller of the American West, ranging from the Oatman kidnappng to Arizona's first resort. Presentation copy signed by the author. Original pen and ink sketch signed by the illustrator Helen Metzger Shackelford. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 1972.

  605. Ruffner, Budge. All Hell Needs is Water. Stories by seasoned storyteller of the American West, ranging from the Oatman kidnappng to Arizona's first resort. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 1972. Dust jacket with minor wear. $20.00

  606. Ruffner, Budge. All Hell Needs is Water. Stories by seasoned storyteller of the American West, ranging from the Oatman kidnappng to Arizona's first resort. Previous owner's initials on inside front cover. Signed by the author. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 1972. Soft cover. $12.50

  607. Ruffner, Budge. Shot in the Ass with Pesos: A Collection of Frontier Tales. Treasure Chest Publications, 1979. Red soft cover. $10.00

  608. SOLD Ruffner Melissa. Prescott: A Pictorial History. Foreword by Barry Goldwater. Illustrated history of this northern Arizona town. Primrose Press, 1981. Soft cover, oversize with wear on inside front cover and front endsheet. $20.00

  609. SOLD Ruffner, Melissa. What Ever Happened to Baby Harry? The true story of the first child born to an officer's family at Camp Apache, Arizona Territory. Signed by the author. 1st edition. Primrose Press, 2003. Wraps. $25.00

  610. Ruland-Thorne, Kate. Gold Greed & Glory: The Territorial History of Prescott & the Verde Valley 1864-1912. Foreword by Elisabeth Ruffner. Looks into the lives of the settlers, Native Americans, military, prospectors, government officials and outlaws, lawmen and ladies of the night. Signed by the author. PublishAmerica, 2007. Soft cover. $24.95

  611. Ryan, J. C. A Skeptic Dude in Arizona. The tale of a successful businessman from the mid-West who travels to Arizona in 1937 and becomes a cattle rancher in southern Arizona. Illustrated by Sid Stone. Signed by the author. 1st edition. Naylor Co., 1952. Dust jacket with minor wear. $35.00

  612. Rynning, Thomas H. Gun Notches: The Life Story of a Cowboy-Solder. As told to Al Cohn and Joe Chisholm. Foreword by Rupert Hughes. Rynning was a cowboy, Indian fighter, officer in the Roosevelt Rough Riders and a prison warden. 1st edition. Previous owner's name on inside front cover. Frederick A. Stokes, 1931. Yellow cloth. $50.00

  613. Rynning, Thomas H. Gun Notches: A Saga of Frontier Lawman Captain Thomas H. Rynning as Told to Al Cohn and Joe Chisholm. Foreword by Rupert Hughes. A reprint of the 1931 edition with added section of rare photographs of frontiersmen by a Captain of the Arizona Rangers. Rynning was a cowboy, Indian fighter, officer in the Roosevelt Rough Riders and a prison warden. Frontier Heritage Press, 1971. Dust jacket with Nash Publishing on bottom of spine. $30.00

  614. Sacks, B. Arizona's Angry Man: United States Marshal Milton B. Duffield. Story of this Arizona lawman. Arizona Monograph No. 1. Arizona Historical Foundation, 1970. Soft cover. $20.00

  615. Sacks, B. Be It Enacted: The Creation of the Territory of Arizona. Detailed account of the story of Arizona's struggle for territorial status. Illustrated with 3 separate facsimile maps in pocket at back. Presentation copy signed by Sacks to Lillian and John Theobald, noted Arizona historians. Arizona Historical Foundation, 1964. Dust jacket with wear. $85.00

  616. Safford Centennial 1874-1974. Brochure on the centennial events, including a short history, "A Century Conquered, A Challenge Ahead." Light green poster sheet with wear and creases. $10.00

  617. Salge, David. Around San Tan Mountain. Photographic history of this central Arizona region. Images of America. Arcadia Publishing, 2007. Soft cover. $19.95

  618. Salsbury, Clarence G. with Paul Hughes. The Salsbury Story: A Medical Missionary's Lifetime of Public Service. A remarkable man's story story of three diverse careers in medicine, including medical director at the Ganado Mission in the Navajo country of Arizona. Signed by Salsbury. University of Arizona Press, 1969. Dust jacket. $30.00

  619. Sanders, Thomas. My Arizona Adventures: The Recollections of Thomas Dudley Sanders, Miner, Freighter and Rancher in Arizona Territory. Edited by Al Bates.  As a teenager, Sanders came to Arizona in 1863 in search of gold. Prescott Corral of Westerners, 2003. Soft cover. $20.00

  620. Sandford, Michael. The Last Stagecoach Ride. Story of an adventurous ride from Prescott to Phoenix with Buckey O'Neill. Illustrated. Strawberry Productions, 2010. Soft cover with minor rubbing. $15.00 *

  621. Santee, Ross. Apache Land. Illustrated by the author. History of Arizona and its people, including the Apache Kid, Agent Clum, Al Sieber and others. Slight staining on inside front endsheet. 1st edition. Charles Scribner's Sons, 1947. Dust jacket. $75.00

  622. Santee, Ross. Apache Land. Illustrated by the author. History of Arizona and its people, including the Apache Kid, Agent Clum, Al Sieber and others. Slight staining on inside front endsheet. 1st edition. Charles Scribner's Sons, 1947. Decorated gray cloth. $50.00

  623. SOLD Santee, Ross. Apache Land. Illustrated by the author. History of Arizona and its people, including the Apache Kid, Agent Clum, Al Sieber and others. University of Nebraska Press, 1973. Soft cover with minor wear. $10.00

  624. SOLD Santee, Ross. Lost Pony Tracks. Illustrated by the author. The story of the Arizona range in the days when cowboys were still cowboys. Presentation copy signed by Santee along with penned comments. Includes a letter written and signed by Santee to Andrew Wallace, Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society. Bantam, 1956. Mass market soft cover. $20.00

  625. SOLD Santee, Ross. Lost Pony Tracks. Illustrated by the author. The story of the Arizona range in the days when cowboys were still cowboys. University of Nebraska Press. Soft cover. $12.50

  626. SOLD Santee, Ross. Men and Horses. Contains more than one hundred original drawings by the author. Has a chapter on the Payson rodeo. Title page has piece missing on side edge. 1st edition. Century, 1926. Orange decorated cloth with blue cloth spine. $100.00

  627. SOLD Savage, Pat. One Last Frontier: A Story of Indians, Early Settlers and Old Ranches of Northern Arizona. Stories of northern Arizona around Prescott and Yavapai County. Previous owner's stamp on front endsheet. Exposition Press, 1964. Dust jacket. $35.00

  628. Sayre, John W. Ghost Railroads of Central Arizona: A Journey Through Yesteryear. The rich, colorful story of railroads and mining in Central Arizona. Previous owner's bookplate on front endsheet. 1st edition. Pruett Publishing, 1985. Soft cover oversize. 50.00

  629. Scharbach, Paul and John H. Akers. Phoenix Then and Now. A rephotographic history of Arizona with historic and current photographs. Thunder Bay Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $17.95

  630. Schipper, Janine. Disappearing Desert: The Growth of Phoenix and the Culture of the Sprawl. Discusses the planning development issues facing this Southwest city, drawing on the residents and planners. University of Oklahoma Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $19.95

  631. Schultz, Vernon B. Southwestern Town: The Story of Willcox Arizona. History of this southeastern Arizona community. Inscribed by the author. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 1964. Pictorial cloth, spine faded. $40.00

  632. Schultz, Vernon B. Southwestern Town: The Story of Willcox Arizona. History of this southeastern Arizona community. Centennial edition. University of Arizona Press, 1964. Brown leatherette. $40.00

  633. Schumacher, Carol A. and Danielle M. Tomerlin. Superior and Queen Creek: Images of America. Illustrated story of these communities which played an important part in the settling of Arizona. Arcadia Publishing, 2011. Soft cover. $21.99

  634. Scottsdale Photo Album Yesterday Today. Contains photos of Scottsdale then and now. Scottsdale Tourist Guide, 1989. Soft cover, oversize. $20.00

  635. Seibold, Frank M. Tales from the Sonoita: Arizona Lore and Happenings. Stories from the cattle country and incidents on Arizona ranch life. Peeled portions front end sheet and date stamped front page. 1st edition. Naylor Co., 1973. Decorated brown leatherette with dust jacket, small tears on spine. $30.00

  636. SOLD Seibold, Frank M. Tales from the Sonoita: Arizona Lore and Happenings. Stories from the cattle country and incidents on Arizona ranch life. Signed by the author. Illustrations by Bruce Andre. A & W Limited Editions, 1985. Soft cover. $9.95

  637. SOLD Sharp, Bob. Eight Valleys: A Linked Landscape. Nighthorses Publishing, 2012. Eight Valleys: A Linked Landscape is about eight distinct valley systems lying within the Gila watershed in southern Arizona. It discusses the history, effectiveness and challenges to good settlement design for the region. New. Hard cover. Cover is simulated leather. $85.00

  638. SOLD Sharp, Bob. Eight Valleys: A Linked Landscape. Nighthorses Publishing, 2012. Eight Valleys: A Linked Landscape is about eight distinct valley systems lying within the Gila watershed in southern Arizona. It discusses the history, effectiveness and challenges to good settlement design for the region. New. Soft cover. $45.00

  639. SOLD Sharp, Robert L. Big Outfit: Ranching on the Baca Float. The story of the last big working cattle ranch in Arizona told by its general manager from 1937 to 1952. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. University of Arizona Press, 1974. Soft cover. $28.50

  640. Shelton, Richard. Going Back to Bisbee. A memoir of life in southern Arizona. University of Arizona Press, 1992. Soft cover. $17.95

  641. azsheridan *Sheridan, Thomas E. Arizona: A History. Hailed as a model state history thanks to Sheridan's thoughtful analysis and lively interpretation of the people and events shaping the Grand Canyon State. Revised for the State's 100th birthday. University of Arizona Press, 2012. Soft cover, $26.95

  642. Sheridan, Thomas E. Arizona: A History. The story of the state, a tale of hubris, vision, folly, bravery, greed, and sacrifice. University of Arizona Press, 1995. Soft cover. $22.00

  643. Sheridan, Thomas E. Del Rancho Al Barrio: The Mexican Legacy of Tucson. Mexican Heritage Project, Arizona Historical Society, 1983. Soft cover, oversize. $25.00

  644. Sherman, James E. and Barbara H. Ghost Towns of Arizona. Maps by Don Percious. A valuable guide with photographs and maps. University of Oklahoma Press. Dust jacket. $35.00

  645. Sherman, James E. and Barbara H. Ghost Towns of Arizona. Maps by Don Percious. A valuable guide. University of Oklahoma Press. Oversize soft cover. $24.95

  646. Sherman, Jim. The Last Cattle Drive. Story of the bicentennial salute to the American Cowboy in 1975 in Willcox, Arizona. Information on ranching in Arizona. c. 1976. Soft cover. $15.00

  647. Singletary, Fred & Milly. Prescott Has Everything. Guide to Prescott; learn its history, shopping, dining and points of interest. Singletary Sunset Publications, 1992. Wraps. $6.00 *

  648. brewing az Sipos, Ed. Brewing Arizona: A Century of Beer in the Grand Canyon State. An illustrated history of beer in Arizona from the nineteenth century through the iconic A-1 Beer and the famous Lon Megargee cowboy in the clouds to current establishments. 1st printing. University of Arizona Press, 2013. Dust jacket, oversize. $39.95

  649. Sloan, Richard E. History of Arizona. Issued in four volumes. Volumes 1 & 2 contain an illustrated history, written by Ward R. Adams. Volumes 3 & 4 are biographical sketches with many portraits. Volume 4 has a few pages with old mildew damage. Record Publishing, 1930. Black leather with minor wear. $275.00

  650. Sloan, Richard E. Memories of an Arizona Judge. The story of a former Justice of the Supreme Court and last Territorial Governor of Arizona. 1st edition. Stanford University Press, 1932. Dust jacket with minor wear and small pieces missing on the spine edges, water stain on bottom of spine. $85.00

  651. Sloter, Jim. Eloy. Story of the southern Arizona town, told by its Deputy. Illustrated. c. 1950. Illustrated cloth binding. $50.00

  652. Smalley, George H. My Adventures in Arizona: Leaves from a Reporter's Notebook. Edited by Yndia Smalley Moore. Story of an Arizona journalist who covered stories of mining strikes, outlaws and swindlers. He later worked for Governor Brodie. 1st edition. Flyer for the book included. Limited to 1000 copies. Arizona Pioneers Historical Society, 1966. Dust jacket. $30.00

  653. Smith, Brad. Death Danced at the Cowboy Home Saloon: The Truth about Lon Bass and the Denizens of 6th Street, Douglas, Arizona Territory. Illustrated history of Lon Bass and frontier Douglas at the turn of the 20th Century. 1st edition, 1st printing, limited to 50 signed and numbered copies. Cochise, 2011. Spiral bound, oversize. $20.00 *

  654. Smith, Cornelius C., Jr. William Sanders Oury: History-Maker of the Southwest. The story of Oury's Arizona adventures from the Civil War, the Bascom Affair, the Cooke's Canyon episode and the Camp Grant Massacre. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 1967. Dust jacket. $45.00

  655. Smith, Dean. Best of Reg. The best political cartoons of Reg Manning. 1st edition. Arizona Republic, 1980. Black cloth with minor discoloration, oversize. $30.00 *

  656. SOLD Smith, Dean. Brothers Five: The Babbitts of Arizona. The story of the Flagstaff family that owned a number of general stories and trading posts in northern Arizona. Author's signed presentation copy. 1st edition. Arizona Historical Foundation, 1989. Dust jacket. $45.00

  657. Smith, Dean. Brothers Five: The Babbitts of Arizona. The story of the Flagstaff family that owned a number of general stories and trading posts in northern Arizona. Arizona Historical Foundation, 1989. Soft cover with minor wear. $30.00

  658. SOLD Smith, Dean. Gloria: The Guerrero Story. The story of the family that founded the Rosarita Mexican Foods company. Ltd edition, presentation copy signed by the author. Sims Publishing Co., 1967. $35.00

  659. Smith, Dean. The Goldwaters of Arizona. Foreword by Barry Goldwater. Story of the Goldwater family. Author's presentation copy. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1986. Dust jacket. $40.00

  660. SOLD Smith, Dean. Tall Shadows: The Story of the Getz Family and Globe Corporation. Signed by members of the Betz family. 1993. Grey cloth. $35.00

  661. SOLD Smith, Gloria L. Black Americana in Arizona. Stories and history of African Americans in Arizona, including chapters on the Buffalo Soldiers and after statehood. 1977. Oversize soft cover. $35.00

  662. SOLD Smith, J. Brian. John J. Rhodes: Man of the House. This biography has captured the essence of this American statesman. Primer Publishers, 2005. Dust jacket. $30.00

  663. Smith, Jack Beale. John Udell, 'The Rest of the Story:" With an Adventure on the Beale Wagon Road. Tales of the Beale Road Publishing Co., 1987. Orange wraps. $22.50 *

  664. SOLD Smith, Jack Beale. Kerlin's Well: A Unique Site on the Beale Wagon Road Near Seligman Arizona. A Centennial Edition. An investigation into the Beale Wagon Road. Tales of the Beale Road Publishing Co., c. 1986. Yellow wraps. $7.50

  665. SOLD Smith, Julian. Four Corners - Including Navajo and Hopi Country, Moah, and Lake Powell. Moon Handbooks tour guide for travelers who want a completely unique experience, a new perspective - and a few new stories to tell. 1st edition. Avalon Travel Publishing, 2003. Soft cover. $16.95

  666. Smith, Victoria. Captive Arizona 1851 - 1900. Stories of captivity in the Arizona Territory that crossed cultural lines - Native Americans, Mexican Americans, Mexicans and "white" children. University of Nebraska Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $40.00

  667. Smith, Watson. The Story of the Museum of Northern Arizona. An address before the Newcomen Society, September 21, 1968. Museum of Northern Arizona, 1969. Stiff beige wraps. $10.00

  668. Smucker, Ray C. Radio and Television the HARD WAY. Autobiography of Ray Smucker Arizona businessman an radio station owner. Vantage Press, 1971. Dust jacket with wear. $20.00

  669. Sonnichsen, C. L. Colonel Greene and the Copper Skyrocket. The spectacular rise and fall of William Cornell Greene, Copper King, Cattle Baron, and promoter extraordinary in Mexico, the American Southwest, and the New York Financial District. University of Arizona Press, 1976. Soft cover with minor wear. $40.00

  670. Sonnichsen, C. L. Tucson: The Life and Times of an American City. A comprehensive hsitory of a unique corner of America, a city with its roots in Indian and Spanish colonial history and now a major metropolis. 1st edition. Presentation copy signedby Sonnichsen. University of Oklahoma Press, 1982. $50.00

  671. Southern Arizona Bank & Trust Company. The Other Side of the Mountain: (A Guide to the Highways and Byways of the Grand Canyon State). Photographic guide with maps and text about Arizona. c. 1954. Soft cover oblong. $25.00

  672. Southern Arizona Discovery: A Historical and Contemporary Guide to Southern Arizona. Includes a section on the Tucson Visitor and Convention Guide. Illustrated with photoghraphs and stories. c. 1978. Soft cover oversize. $10.00

  673. Spring, John. John Spring's Arizona. Edited by A. M. Gustafson. Spring was a Swiss volunteer wounded in the Civil War, who was sent to Arizona with the Regular Army in 1866 and became the most versatile and articulate of frontier reporters. He traveled from Yuma to Tucson and southern Arizona. Inscription signed by the editor. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 1966. Dust jacket with pieces missing on the spine and top. $50.00

  674. book cover Stansfield, Charles A., Jr. Haunted Arizona: Ghosts and Strange Phenomena of the Grand Canyon State. Stories from Tombstone, London Bridge and Monument Valley. Stackpole Books, 2010. Soft cover. $10.95

  675. Steckner, Susie and the Mesa Historical Museum. Cactus League Spring Training: Images of America. A historic look through images of spring training in the Salt River Valley. Arcadia, 2012. Soft cover. $21.99

  676. Steuber, Midge and the Jerome Historical Society Archives. Jerome: Images of America. Illustrated history of this Arizona mining town. Arcadia Publishing, 2008. Soft cover. $21.99

  677. Stevenson, Charles S. "We Met at Camelback!" Biography of Jack Stewart, who started Camelback Inn. 1st edition. Arizona Desert Publishing Co., 1968. Dust jacket

  678. Stewart, Todd. Placing Memory: A Photographic Exploration of Japanese American Internment. With essays of Natasha Egan and Karen J. Leong and afterword by John Tateishi. Contains images and maps of the relocation centers including the sites at Poston, Jerome and Gila River Reservation in Arizona. University of Oklahoma Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $34.95

  679. Stocker, Joseph. Arizona: A Guide to Easier Living. What Arizona was like in the 1950s. 1st edition. Harper & Brothers, 1955. Dust jacket with minor wear. $17.50

  680. Stocking, George. Arizona: Wonder and Light. Photographs by the author showing the beauty and scenery of Arizona. Mountain Trail Press, 2007. Soft cover. $14.95

  681. Stratton, Emerson Oliver and Edith Stratton Kitt. Pioneering in Arizona: The Reminiscences of Emerson Oliver Stratton & Edith Stratton Kitt. Edited by John Alexander Carroll. Story of their life in frontier Arizona in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society, 1964. Brown cloth. $40.00

  682. Stuart, Gary L. Innocent until Interrogated: The True Story of the Buddhist Temple Massacre and the Tucson Four. The first book length treatment of the 1991 killings of 9 people in the Arizona desert. University of Arizona Press, 2010. Dust jacket. $29.95

  683. Swartz, Pamela. Arizona Getaways: For the Incurably Romantic: 45 Sensational Destinations for Lovers. Provides details on 45 romantic places, resorts, cabins, inns, also contains comparisons of each property and romantic tips. 2d edition, revised and updated. Cloud Nine Press, 2006. Soft cover. $17.95

  684. Sydnor, Douglas B. Paradise Valley Architecture: Images of America. Illustrated history of this cenral Arizona's buildings, including many of the famous resorts. Arcadia Publishing, 2013. Soft cover. $21.99

  685. Sydnor, Douglas B. Scottsdale Architecture: Images of America. Illustrated history of Scottsdale, Arizona's buildings. Arcadia Publishing, 2010. Soft cover. $21.99

  686. Tanner, Karen Holliday and John D. Tanner, Jr. Climax Jim: The Tumultuous Tale of Arizona's Rustling Cowboy. The story of Rufus Nephew, a professional rustler. Signed by the authors. Self-published, 2005. Beige soft cover. $30.00

  687. SOLD Tastes & Treasures: A Storytelling Cookbook of Historic Arizona. Receipes and stories collected by the Historical League, Central Arizona Chapter of the Arizona Historical Society. Includes historic photos and menus from some of Arizona's great restaurants. A regional winner of the Tabasco Community Cookbook Awards, 2007. Favorite Recipes Press, 2008. Decorated casebound. $24.95

  688. Taylor, Zeke. Reflections of the Past as It Rolled Along. Stories of the Taylor family in Sycamore Basin, Arizona. Signed by the author. Zeke Taylor, 1987. Yellow wraps. $20.00

  689. Tellman, Barbara, ed. Invasive Exotic Species in the Sonoran Region. Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum Studies in Natural History. This book marks the first comprehensive attempt to address problems posed by exotic plant and animal species in the Sonoran Desert and adjacent grasslands and riparian areas. University of Arizona Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $75.00

  690. SOLD Tenney, Jocie B., ed. Taylor's Centennial Stories, 1878-1978. A collection of stories about this Arizona community. Eastern Arizona College, 1978. Taped spine with three color punch. $45.00

  691. Tevis, Captain James H. Arizona in the 50's. The history of the Arizona territory in the 1850s, including stories of the Native Americans and settlers. Illustrations by Horace T. Pierce. 1st edition. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. University of New Mexico Press, 1954. Dust jacket. $50.00

  692. Theobald Wells Theobald, John and Lillian. Wells Fargo in Arizona Territory. Edited by Bert Fireman, introduction by Barry Goldwater. Indispensable source book on pioneer communication systems in the communities and towns of Arizona. Signed by Lillian Theobald and Bert Fireman. Arizona Historical Foundation, 1978. Dust jacket with minor rubbing. $45.00

  693. Theobald, John and Lillian. Wells Fargo in Arizona Territory. Edited by Bert Fireman, introduction by Barry Goldwater. Indispensable source book on pioneer communication systems in the communities and towns of Arizona. Signed by Lillian Theobald and Bert Fireman. Arizona Historical Foundation, 1978. Soft cover with rubbing. $30.00

  694. Thollander, Earl. Back Roads of Arizona. Introductory commentaries by Edward Abbey. A perfect guide for the traveler who is truly interested in experiencing the dynamic character of the peoples and land of the United States. Illustrated with sketchs of the Arizona locales. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1978. Dust jacket. $35.00

  695. SOLD Thollander, Earl. Back Roads of Arizona. Introductory commentaries by Edward Abbey. A perfect guide for the traveler who is truly interested in experiencing the dynamic character of the peoples and land of the United States. Illustrated with sketchs of the Arizona locales. Revised edition. Northland Press, 1979. Soft cover. $9.95

  696. Timeless Images. Text by Robert C. Dyer and photographs by Arizona Highways contributors. Filled with color images of Arizona. Arizona Highways, 1990. Dust jacket oversize. $17.50

  697. Tinker, George H. Northern Arizona and Flagstaff in 1887: The People and Resources. Foreword, illusrations and index added by Ben H. Tinker. Arthur H. Clark, 1969. Tan decorated cloth. $50.00

  698. Tinsley, Jim Bob. The Hash Knife Brand. An encompassing history of the Five Allied Hash Knife Cattle Outfits of the Late 19th Century - Three in Texas, one in Montana, and one in Arizona - containing narratives about legendary cowboys who rode for the brand. University Press of Florida, 1993. Dust jacket. $50.00

  699. SOLDTinsley, Jim Bob. The Hash Knife Brand. An encompassing history of the Five Allied Hash Knife Cattle Outfits of the late 19th Century - Three in texas, one in Montana, and one in Arizona - containing narratives about legendary cowboys who rode for the brand. University Press of Florida, 1993. Soft cover. $30.00

  700. Tiny Satellite Press - Cattle Track Press. Catalog 2006. Text and images of publications for sale. Contains a small flyer on the Jay Dusard book with a photo of a horse's head. Wraps. $10.00

  701. Todd, Tom. Tombstone by Tombstone: Here Lies the Old West 1840 - 1920. Illustrated history of Western pioneers and their tombstones. Signed by the author. Tom Todd Publishing, 2012. Soft cover oversize. $16.00

  702. Trafzer, Cliff and Steve George. Prison Centennial 1876-1976: A Pictorial History of the Arizona Territorial Prison at Yuma. Rio Colorado Press, 1980. Wraps. $7.50

  703. Traywick, Ben T. Arizona Legendary Lost Mines and Treasures. Stories of gold and treasure around Arizona. Red Marie's Bookstore, 1993. Wraps. $12.50

  704. Traywick, Ben T. Bisbee is the Name. Story of the Arizona mining town. 1st edition. Red Marie's Bookstore, 1888. Wraps. $10.00

  705. SOLD Traywick, Ben T. That Wicked Little Gringo: The Story of Tombstone's John Slaughter. The man who brought law and order to Cochise County with the law in one hand and a pearl handled .44 in the other. Signed by the author. Red Marie's Bookstore. 2001. Soft cover. $17.95

  706. Traywick, Ben T. Willcox, Cattle Center of America. Story of this southeastern Arizona community. 1st edition. Red Marie's Bookstore, 1991. Wraps. $12.50

  707. Trimble, Marshall. Arizona Adventure!: Action packed true tales of early Arizona, including Wyatt Earp, Geronimo, Tom Horn and "The Gunfight at the OK Corral"! Signed by the author. Golden West. Soft cover. $9.95

  708. Trimble, Marshall. Arizona: A Cavalcade of History. The Grand Canyon state's rich and colorful past comes to life in his comprehensive history, written by Arizona's favorite native son. It takes readers on an epic journey from the Paleo Indians, the spirited pioneers of the territory, through the politics of pre and post Arizona statehood. Signed by the author. 1st edition. Treasure Chest Publications, 1989. Dust jacket. $45.00

  709. Trimble, Marshall. Arizona: A Cavalcade of History. The Grand Canyon state's rich and colorful past comes to life in his comprehensive history, written by Arizona's favorite native son. It takes readers on an epic journey from the Paleo Indians, the spirited pioneers of the territory, through the politics of pre and post Arizona statehood. Treasure Chest Publications, 1989. Soft cover. $20.00

  710. Trimble, Marshall. Arizona: A Panoramic History of a Frontier State. Foreword by Barry M. Goldwater. A serious but thoroughly enjoyable history of the land and its people. Signed by the author. Doubleday & Co., 1977. Dust jacket. $27.50

  711. SOLD Trimble, Marshall. Arizona 2000: A Yearbook for the Millennium. Engaging, comprehensive legends and yarns about Arizona of yesteryear. Northland Publishing, 1999. Soft cover. $15.00

  712. SOLD Trimble, Marshall. Arizonaiana: Stories from Old Arizona! The Arizona Trilogy - Volume 3. Golden West Publishers, 2003. Soft cover. $9.95

  713. Trimble, Marshall. Ash Fork: Images of America. Illustrated story of Marsh's home town. Arcadia Publishing, 2008. Soft cover. $19.95

  714. Trimble, Marshall. Diamond in the Rough: An Illustrated History of Arizona. Written by Arizona's State Historian, this tells the story of Arizona in colorful language with over four hundred photographs and illustrations. Donning Company, 1988. Dust jacket. $80.00 Special $45.00

  715. Trimble, Marshall. In Old Arizona: True Tales of the Wild Frontier. Stories by the Official Arizona Historian about such characters and events as Carl Hayden, Martha Summerhayes and the Battle of the Salt River Caves. Previous owner's embossed stamp on bottom of title page. Golden West Publishers, 1986. Soft cover. $9.95

  716. Trimble, Marshall. It Always Rains After a Dry Spell! and Other Short Tales of the Old Southwest. Signed presentation copy. 1st edition. Treasure Chest, 1992. Soft cover. $20.00

  717. Trimble, Marshall. Marshall Trimble's Official Arizona Trivia. Over 1,000 fun-filled questions with answers by Arizona's State Historian. Golden West Publishers. Soft cover. $8.95

  718. Trimble, Marshall. Roadside History of Arizona. Great collection of Arizona fact and lore for travels along Arizona's highways and back roads. 2nd edition. Signed by Trimble. Mountain Press, 1920. Soft cover. $20.00

  719. SOLD Tucson Corral of the Westerners. Brand Book 2: A Collection of Smoke Signals. Edited by Otis H. Chidester. Numbers 11-20, 1965-69. Tucson Corral of the Westerners International, 1971. Brown cloth. $45.00

  720. SOLD Tucson Corral of the Westerners. Brand Book 3: A Collection of Smoke Signals. Edited by Otis H. Chidester. Numbers 21-30, 1970-74. Tucson Corral of the Westerners International, 1976. Green cloth. $35.00

  721. Arizona Turner Turner, Jim. Arizona: A Celebration of the Grand Canyon State. Tuner captures Arizona's history with engaging words accompanied by scenic and historic images that define the spirit of this last frontier outpost of the continental United States. Arizona is a colorful, comprehensive, and exciting history of the Grand Canyon State from its prehistoric origins, to its definitive Native American, Spanish and Wild West cultures, and its present day biotech industries. Signed by the author. Gibbs - Smith, 2011. Dust jacket. $40.00

  722. Turner, D. L. and Catherine H. Ellis. Latter-Day Saints in Mesa: Images of America. Illustrated history of the Mormons in Mesa. Arcadia Publishing, 2009. Soft cover. $21.99

  723. Udall, Morris K. Too Funny to be President. The humor of Arizona Congressman Mo Udall. University of Arizona Press. Soft cover. $16.95 *

  724. desert vision SOLD VanderMeer, Philip. Desert Visions and the Making of Phoenix 1860-2009. Explores major themes in the development of the capitol of Arizona: natural environment, urban infrastructure, economic development, social and cultural values and public leadership. University of New Mexico Press, 2010. Dust jacket. $39.95 *

  725. VanderMeer, Philip. Desert Visions and the Making of Phoenix 1860-2009. Explores major themes in the development of the capitol of Arizona: natural environment, urban infrastructure, economic development, social and cultural values and public leadership. 1st printing. University of New Mexico Press, 2012. Soft cover. $34.95 *

  726. VanderMeer, Philip. Phoenix Rising: the making of a desert metropolis. Illustrated history of the sixth largest city in the United States. 1st edition. Heritage Media Corp., 2002. Dust jacket. $54.95

  727. Varney, Philip. Arizona's Best Ghost Towns: A Practical Guide. Preface by Byrd Howell Granger, maps and drawings by G. E. Wolfe, and photographs by the author. Informative guide to Arizona's most interesting ghost towns. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1980. Dust jacket with wear. $25.00

  728. Verde Valley Pioneers. Pioneer Stories of Arizona's Verde Valley. Tales of early life in the Verde. Supervised with a preface and introduction by Bonnie and Ed Peplow. Previous owner's note on title page. Verde Valley Pioneers Association, 1954. Soft cover. $35.00

  729. SOLD Volker, Chet. Silver Tales Among the Gold. Stories of treasure in southwestern Arizona, including Moon Mine, Tinajas Altas, Sierra Estrella and Lost Dutchman. Small stamp on front endsheet. 1970. Green cloth. $20.00

  730. Wadsworth, Beula - Mary. Sun Shafts: Arizona in Verse. Poems about the Arizona and its places and events - Apache Trail, Fort Lowell, Colossal Cave, the Spanish missions, etc. Original block prints by the author. Signed by the author. Desert Press, 1946. Wraps. $30.00

  731. Wagoner, Jay J. Arizona Territory 1863-1912: A Political History. Significant events of this pioneering period prior to statehood are unfolded in this thorough narrative of Arizona. Slight warping on bottom. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 1970. Dust jacket with water stain and wear on edges. $35.00

  732. Wagoner, Jay J. Arizona Territory 1863-1912: A Political History. Significant events of this pioneering period prior to statehood are unfolded in this thorough narrative of Arizona. University of Arizona Press, 1980. Soft cover. $25.00

  733. Wagoner, Jay J. Early Arizona: Prehistory to Civil War. Arizona's pre-Territorial history comes to life with the telling of the experiences of the Spanish explorers, missionaries, soldiers and follows with the descriptions of the exploits of the Mountain Men, Mormon missionaries and other pioneers. University of Arizona Press, 1975. Dust jacket. $50.00

  734. SOLD Wagoner, J. J. History of the Cattle Industry in Southern Arizona, 1540 - 1940. Originally written for a Masters thesis. Includes information on ranchers, brands, economic conditions and rustlers. University of Arizona Bulletin, 1932. Creme wraps. $35.00

  735. Wahmann, Russell. Verde Valley Railroads: Trestles, Tunnels & Tracks. A search of the past and comparison with the present of the several railroads that operated in the Verde Valley of Arizona. The story of the railroads that supported Jerome's mining 1895-1953. Previous owner's bookplate on endsheet. Starlight Publishing, 1986. Soft cover. $12.50 *

  736. Wakefield, Mel. Pictorial Guide and Maps of Southern Arizona. Maps by Don Reese. Illustrated guide to natural and historic places. Fold out map at back. Pictorial Guides. Soft cover, oversize. $10.00

  737. SOLD Walker, Henry P. and Don Bufkin. Historical Atlas of Arizona. By means of sixty-five detailed maps and a brief but inclusive textual description that sets each map in historical perspective, this book illustrates Arizona History. 2nd edition. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover oversize. $19.95

  738. Wampler, Vance. Arizona Years of Courage 1832-1910: Based on the life and times of William H. Kirkland. Biography of an Arizona pioneer. Signed by the author. 1st edition. Quail Run Publications, 1984. Dust jacket cover by Johnny Hampton. $50.00

  739. Ware, John Allen. They Wore No Man's Collar: Memories of an Arizona Pioneer. Story of a pioneer in Kingman, Arizona. Signed by the author. Classic Press, 1979. Soft cover. $12.00

  740. SOLD Way, Thomas. Frontier Arizona. Fresh, fact-crammed and entertaining volume detailing the badmen and law enforcement officers of Arizona Territory. Author's signed presentation copy. Carlton Press, 1960. Dust jacket. $65.00

  741. Way, W. J. "Jack." Ghost and Ghost Towns Southeastern Arizona. Illustrated stories about these fascinating communities. 1970. Beige wraps. $10.00

  742. Wells, Edmund. Argonaut Tales: Stories of the Gold Seekers and the Indian Scouts of Early Arizona. Illustrated by Evan T. Wilson. Stories about Pauline Weaver, Cheyenne Indians, and the military in the Southwest. 1st edition. Frederick H. Hitchcock, 1927. Green cloth with wear on top of spine and discoloration on top edge.. $90.00.

  743. Wells, Frank Evarts. The Story of "Old Bill" Williams: Scout of the Santa Fe Trail. Illustrations by Frances Wells Roberts. Also, The Birth of the Town of Williams. Fifteenth edition. Williams News Press, 1961. Orange wraps. $20.00 *

  744. Westerlund, John S. Arizona's War Town: Flagstaff, Navajo Ordance Depot, and World War II. The story of the military installation and its considerable social, cultural, and economic impact on Flagstaff's history. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $39.95

  745. Westover, William H. Yuma Footprints. Fascinating history of this southern Arizona town. 1st edition. Arizona Pioneers' HistoricaL Society, 1966. Dust jacket. $30.00

  746. What Has Passed and What Remains: Oral Histories of Northern Arizona's Changing Landscapes. Edited by Peter Friederici. Important contribution to the environmental and historical literature of northern Arizona whether from a farm on the Garland Prairie, or Rose Gishie, a Navajo making it on the reservation. University of Arizona Press, 2010. Soft cover. $22.00

  747. Whitehurst, Patrick. Williams: Images of America. Illustrated history of this northern Arizona town. Arcadia Publishing, 2009. Soft cover. $21.99

  748. Whittlesey, Stephanie. Rivers of Rock Stories from a Stone-Dry Land: Central Arizona Project Archaeology. This book is about past and present landscapes - about land, people, and the interactions between land and people, examining how people managed to live in a desert land, using its waters. SRP Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $50.00

  749. Whittlesey, Stephanie. Rivers of Rock Stories from a Stone-Dry Land: Central Arizona Project Archaeology. This book is about past and present landscapes - about land, people, and the interactions between land and people, examining how people managed to live in a desert land, using its waters. SRP Press, 2003. Soft cover. $35.00

  750. Who's Who in Arizona vol 1 1913. Compiled and Published by Jo Conners. Some pages loose, stained. Arizona Daily Star. Blue cloth, discolored. $50.00

  751. Who's Who in Arizona vol 1 1913. Compiled and Published by Jo Conners. Missing title page, but index intact. Markings on inside front cover and top of index paged. Arizona Daily Star. Blue cloth, discolored. $40.00

  752. Who is Who in Arizona 1958. John M. Moore, publisher and editor. Red leatherette with previous owner's name stamped in goldon front cover. $25.00

  753. Who's Who for Arizona 1951-1952 Combined with Arizona Today. R. O. Norman, 1952. Olive green cloth with small pieces missing along spine. $50.00

  754. Who's Who in Arizona In Business, Professions and Arts. Authentic biographies of distinguished men and women of Arizona. Vol. 1, 1938-40. Edited by Gertrude Leeper and Maude House. Arizona Survey Publishing Co., 1938. Red leatherette. $40.00

  755. Wielgus, Ronald S. Yours for the Taking or Getting More of Your Share of Desert Gold! Book on places to find and keep Arizona Gold. Signed by the author. 1st edition. Wielgus, 1993. Yellow Soft cover, oversize. $18.95

  756. Wildfang, Frederic B. Lake Havasu City: Images of America. Illustrated history of this community along the Colorado River, made famous by the London Bridge. Arcadia Publishing, 2005. Soft cover. $19.99

  757. Wildfang, Frederic B. and Sharlot Hall Museum Archives. Prescott: Images of America. Illustrated history of Arizona's first capitol and early settlement. Arcadia Publishing, 2006. Soft cover. $19.99

  758. Williams, Ben. F. Let the Trail Go with the Hide: The Story of Ben F. Williams. As told to Teresa Williams Irvin. With an introductory note by Tom Lea. The story of a rugged native-born border man of Douglas, Arizona, who worked the Palomas Ranch and had a mining career with Phelps Dodge. Signed by Teresa W. Irvin. 1st edition. Mangan Books, 1984. Brown leather. $75.00

  759. Willson No Place dj Willson, Roscoe G. No Place for Angels: Roscoe G. Willson's Stories of Old Arizona Days. Illustrations by Frank King. Tales of frontier life in Arizona written by one of Arizona's legendary newspapermen. Presentation copy signed by the author. 1st edition. Arizona Republic / Arizona Silhouettes, 1958. Dust jacket. $40.00

  760. Willson No place cltoh Willson, Roscoe G. No Place for Angels: Roscoe G. Willson's Stories of Old Arizona Days. Illustrations by Frank King. Tales of frontier life in Arizona written by one of Arizona's legendary newspapermen. Presentation copy signed by the author. 1st edition. Arizona Republic / Arizona Silhouettes, 1958. Brick-colored cloth. $22.50

  761. Wilson, Bruce M. Crown King and the Southern Bradshaws: A Complete History. The first comprehensive history of this Arizona mining area. Crown King Press, 1999. Soft cover oversize. $25.00

  762. SOLD Wilson, Edward. An Unwritten History: A Record From the Exciting Days of Early Arizona. Memories of an Arizona pioneer, orginally published in 1915. Limited to 750 copies. Stagecoach Press, 1966. Dust jacket. $45.00

  763. SOLD Wilson, R. Michael. Crime & Punishment in Early Arizona. Crimes committed and punishment exacted was one defining characteristic of the old West and Arizona no exception. Stagecoach Books, 2004. Soft cover. $21.00

  764. SOLD Wilson, R. Michael. Drenched in Blood Rigid in Death: The True Story of the Wickenburg Massacre. Story of the 1871 robbery of the stagecoach as it headed towards Ehrenberg. Signed by the author. Stagecoach Books, 2000. Soft cover. $12.95

  765. SOLD Wilson, R. Michael. Encyclopedia of Stagecoach Robbery: Arizona. Stories of stagecoach robberies from 1875 to 1903. Signed by the author. RaMA Press, 2003. Casebound. $100.00

  766. Wilson, R. Michael. Massacre at Wickenburg: Arizona's Greatest Mystery. Story of bloody puzzle when a stagecoach left Wickenburg in November 1871, but was later found with the occupants dead - Indians or bandits. TwoDot, 2008. Soft cover. $14.95

  767. Wilson, R. Michael. Tragic Jack: The True Story of Arizona Pioneer John William Swilling. The story of the pioneer who fought for the Confederacy, served the Union army, dug the first modern ditch in the Salt River Valley, only to die in the Yuma Territorial Prison. TwoDot, 2007. Soft cover. $10.95

  768. Wolfe, Barbara Brooks. Power, Passion, and Prejudice: Shootout in the Galiuro Mountains. After ten years spent searching old files and unearthing previously unexplored information, author Barbara Brooks Wolfe presents a riveting account of this controversial case. Imago Press, 2008. Soft cover. $12.95

  769. Wood, Elizabeth Lambert. Arizona Hoof Trails. Stories of southern Arizona around the early 20th century. Binfords & Mort, 1956. Yellow cloth. $40.00

  770. Woody, Clara T. and Milton L. Schwartz. Globe, Arizona: Early Times in a Little World of Copper and Cattle. With an introduction by C. L. Sonnichsen. The story of the pioneers who came and settled in a place five days journey by freight wagon from the nearest center of civilization. Issued in a cloth edition of 100 copies. Embossed seal of previous owner on bottom of the title pageArizona Historical Society, 1977. Dust jacket. $175.00

  771. Woody, Clara T. and Milton L. Schwartz. Globe, Arizona: Early Times in a Little World of Copper and Cattle. The story of the pioneers who came and settled in a place five days journey by freight wagon from the nearest center of civilization. Trafford Publishing, 2007. Soft cover. $25.00

  772. Woznicki, Robert. The History of Yuma and the Territorial Prison. The story of this southern Arizona town and its infamous prison. 1995. Soft cover. $15.00

  773. Writers' Program of the Work Projects Administrtion. Arizona: A State Guide. Written under the direction of the WPA as a guide to the Sunset State. American Guide Series. 1st edition. Hastings House, 1940. Dust jacket with wear. $50.00

  774. Writers' Program of the Work Projects Administrtion. Arizona: A State Guide. Written under the direction of the WPA as a guide to the Sunset State. American Guide Series. Hastings House, 1949. Brown cloth. $25.00

  775. Wyllys, Rufus Kay. Arizona: The History of a Frontier State. A complete and authentic history of the state in one volume. 1st edition. Hobson & Herr, 1950. Red cloth. $75.00

  776. SOLD Wyllys, Rufus Kay. Men and Women of Arizona: Past and Present. In one volume. Biographical sketches with photographs. Pioneer Publishing, 1940. Padded brown leatherette. $75.00

  777. The Yale Biographical Dictionary of American Law. Edited by Roger K. Newman. Contains more than 700 concise biographies of leading figures in the history of American law. Includes a chapter on Sandra Day O'Connor. Yale University Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $65.00

  778. Young, Herbert V. Water by the Inch: Adventures of a Pioneer Family on an Arizona Desert Homestead. Stories of nineteenth century Arizona which includes encounters with Apaches. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1983. Dust jacket. $25.00

  779. Young, Herbert V. Water by the Inch: Adventures of a Pioneer Family on an Arizona Desert Homestead. Stories of nineteenth century Arizona which includes encounters with Apaches. 1st edition. Signed by the author. Northland Press, 1983. Soft cover. $15.00

  780. Yount, Florence B. A Centennial of Methodists Prescott, Arizona 1870-1970. Illustrated history of this community of settlers. Signed by the author. Prescott Printing Co., 1970. Creme wraps. $20.00

  781. Yost, Billie Williams. Diamonds in the Desert: The Family History of Bill and Gertie Williams. Foreword by Bruce Babbitt. The Williams family operated the Red Lake Trading Post on the Navajo Reservation. 1st edition. Silver Spruce Publishing, 1987. Soft cover, rubbed. $40.00

  782. Zachariae, Barbara. Pleasant Valley Days: Third Weekend in July Young, Arizona. Pamphlet on this area of Arizona where the Graham Tweksbury feud started. Signed by the author. c. 1990. White wraps. $10.00

  783. SOLD Zachariae, Barbara. Pleasant Valley Days Young, Arizona: A History of the People. Revised edition. 2001. Soft cover. $19.95

  784. SOLD Zachariae, Barbara. Pleasant Valley Days Young, Arizona: A History of the People. History of the cattlemen and ranchers in northeastern Arizona. 1st edition. Previous owner's label on front endsheet. 1991. Soft cover. $25.00

  785. SOLD Zarbin, Earl. All the Time a Newspaper: The First 100 Years of the Arizona Republic. The story of the Phoenix newspaper. 1st edition. The Arizona Republic, 1990. Dust jacket. $20.00


Military in the West

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Dragoons in Apacheland: Conquest and Resistance Southern New Mexico, 1846 - 1861.

By William S. Kiser. University of Oklahoma Press, March 2013. Dust jacket. $29.95

In the fifteen years prior to the American Civil War, the U.S. Army established a presence in southern New Mexico, the homeland of Mescalero, Mimbres, and Mogollon bands of the Apache Indians. From the army’s perspective, the Apaches presented an obstacle to be overcome in making the region—newly acquired in the Mexican-American War—safe for Anglo settlers. In Dragoons in Apacheland, William S. Kiser recounts the conflicts that ensued and examines how both Apache warriors and American troops shaped the future of the Southwest Borderlands.

Signed by the author.

To order your signed copy call 480 945-8811 or email: bookmaster@guidon.com



  1. Adams, Kevin. Class and Race in the Frontier Army: Military Life in the West, 1870 - 1890. Marks the first application of recent research on class, race, and ethnicity to the social and cultural history of military life on the western frontier. Adams draws on a wealth of miltary records and soldier's diaries and letters to reconstruct everyday army life. University of Oklahoma Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $34.95 *
  2. Agnew, Brad. Fort Gibson: Terminal on the Trail of Tears. Besides being a military post with the role of peace-keeper, the fort was also a major staging point for American explorers heading west and a major civilizing influence on the entire region. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1980. Dust jacket with minor wear on edges. $32.50 *

  3. Agnew, Brad. Fort Gibson: Terminal on the Trail of Tears. Besides being a military post with the role of peace-keeper, the fort was also a major staging point for American explorers heading west and a major civilizing influence on the entire region. 2d printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1981. $25.00 *

  4. Agnew, Brad. Fort Gibson: Terminal on the Trail of Tears. Besides being a military post with the role of peace-keeper, the fort was also a major staging point for American explorers heading west and a major civilizing influence on the entire region. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $24.95 *

  5. Agnew, Jeremy. Life of a Soldier on the Western Frontier. Focusing on the Indian Wars period of the 1840s through the 1890s, this fascinating study captures the daily challenges faced by the typical enlisted man and explores the role soldiers played in conquering the American frontier. Dozens of photos and maps add to the reader's understanding. Mountain Press, 2008. Soft cover. $18.00 *

  6. Agnew, S. C. Garrisons of the Regular U.S. Army: Arizona 1851-1899. Lists units with dates at each camp and location, an invaluable aid to research on military in Arizona. CAMP, 1974. Soft cover, oversize. $45.00 *
  7. Aleshire, Peter The Fox and the Whirlwind: General George Crook and Geronimo - A Paired Biography. 1st edition. John Wiley & Sons, 2000. Dust jacket. $30.00 *
  8. SOLD Alexander, David V. Arizona Frontier Military Place Names 1846-1912. Revised edition. A much-needed compendium for the student of Arizona's Indian War days. An alphabetical listing of the place names include township and range coordinates, description of the area and events and people associated with the site. Yucca Tree Press, 2002. Soft cover. $13.00
  9. Altshuler, Constance Wynn. Cavalry Yellow & Infantry Blue: Army Officers in Arizona Between 1851 and 1886. Drawing together biographical data collected over a lifetime of research, the focus is on individual lives. Arizona Historical Society, 1991. Dust jacket. $45.00 *
  10. Altshuler, Constance Wynn. Chains of Command: Arizona and the Army, 1856-1875. Describes how the army functioned from 1856 to 1875 and under what conditions. 1st edition. Arizona Historical Society, 1981. Dust jacket worn with tears and piece missing on back cover. $40.00 *
  11. Altshuler, Constance Wynn. Chains of Command: Arizona and the Army, 1856-1875. Arizona Historical Society, 1981. Soft cover. $15.00 *

  12. Altshuler, Constance Wynn. Starting with Defiance: Nineteenth Century Arizona Military Posts. Brief overview of the forts in Arizona. Arizona Historical Society, 1983. Dust jacket. $75.00 *
  13. Altshuler, Constance Wynn. Starting with Defiance: Nineteenth Century Arizona Military Posts. Brief overview of the forts in Arizona. Arizona Historical Society, 1983. Soft cover. $50.00 *
  14. The American Military on the Frontier.  Edited by James P. Tate. Proceedings of the Seventh Military History Symposium, USAF Academy, 1976.  Includes presentations and comments by such noted historians as Robert Utley, Robert G. Athearn, Jack D. Foner, Roger Nichols, Henry P. Walker and Sandra Myres. USAF Academy, 1978. Soft cover. $15.00 *

  15. Arnold, James R. Jeff Davis's Own: Cavalry, Comanches and the Battle for the Texas Frontier. The men of the Second Cavalry went to Texas to fight Indian, and then they returned home to fight each other. John Wiley & Sons, 2000. Dust jacket. $30.00 *
  16. Athearn, Robert G. William Tecumseh Sherman and the Settlement of the West. Foreword by William M. Ferraro and J. Thomas Murphy. Following the Civil War, Sherman insured the tranquility of the West, as commander of the Division of the Missouri from 1865 to 1869 and then General of the Army under President Grant until 1883. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $24.95 *
  17. Baker, Jere. Lieutenant Mark Hersey: The Final Days of Fort Mojave 1887-1890. Using the letters of Hersey, a history of the post and and the 9th Infantry is told. Signed by the author. Blue Oak Books, 2012. Soft cover. $12.95 *

  18. Ball, Durwood. Army Regulars on the Western Frontier, 1848-1861. A fresh perspective on the role of the U.S. Army in the West, placing it in the larger context of what was happening in the western territories. 1st edition. Signed by the author. University of Oklahoma Press, 2001. Dust jacket. $24.95 *
  19. Bandel, Eugene. Frontier Life in the Army 1854-1861. Translated by Olga Bandel and Richard Jente, edited by Ralph P. Bieber. Bandel's adventures, recorded in letters in German and a journal in English, of his time in Kansas, Utah and California, including the Mojave Expedition. Report of 1932 A. H. Clark edition. Porcupine Press, 1974. Red cloth. $35.00 *

  20. newbook cover Battles and Massacres on the Southwestern Frontier: Historical and Archaeological Perspectives. Edited by Ronald K. Wetherington and Frances Levine. Untangles the social complexity out of which those final, violent acts emerged. University of Oklahoma Press, 2014. Soft cover. $24.95 *

  21. Bennett, James A. Forts and Forays: A Dragoon in New Mexico, 1850 - 1856. Edited by Clinton E. Brooks and Frank D. Reeve with an introduction by Reeve. Rare account of frontier soldiering by an enlisted man assigned to the First Dragoons. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1948. Dust jacket with some wear. $55.00 *

  22. Bennett, James A. Forts and Forays: A Dragoon in New Mexico, 1850 - 1856. Edited by Clinton E. Brooks and Frank D. Reeve. Foreword by Jerry Thompson. Rare account of frontier soldiering by an enlisted man assigned to the First Dragoons. University of New Mexico, 1996. Soft cover. $20.00 *
  23. Bigelow, John, Jr. Lt. On the Bloody Trail of Geronimo. A soldier's journal account of the Apache Campaign of 1886 as fought by the Buffalo Soldiers of the famed 10th Cavalry. Foreword, introduction and Notes by Arthur Woodward. Westernlore Press, 1986. Dust jacket. $24.95 *
  24. Blake, Michael. Indian Yell: The Heart of an American Insurgency. Stories of American Indians fight to protect their way of life - including the Apaches and Geronimo, Chivington in Colorado and Custer. Northland Publishing, 2006. Dust jacket. $21.95 *
  25. dose Bode, E. A. A Dose of Frontier Soldiering: The Memoirs of Corporal E. A. Bode, Frontier Regular Infantry, 1877-1882. The story of a German immigrant who enlisted in the Army, serving in the Victorio campaign of 1880 and later stationed on the Texas frontier. University of Nebraska Press, 1994. Dust jacket. $25.00 *
  26. Bode, E. A. A Dose of Frontier Soldiering: The Memoirs of Corporal E. A. Bode, Frontier Regular Infantry, 1877-1882. The story of a German immigrant who enlisted in the Army, serving in the Victorio campaign of 1880 and later stationed on the Texas frontier. University of Nebraska Press, 1999. Soft cover. $14.95 *

  27. Bourke, John G. An Apache Campaign in the Sierra Madre. An account of the expedition in pursuit of the hostile Chiricahua Apaches in the spring of 1883. Introduction by J. Frank Dobie. Charles Scribner's Sons, 1958. Dust jacket. $30.00 *
  28. SOLD Bourke, John Gregory. The Diaries of John Gregory Bourke: vol. 1 November 20, 1872-July 28, 1876. Edited and annotated by Charles M. Robinson III. The diaries provide a unique insight into how wars agains the Indians were conducted during the late nineteenth century. University of North Texas Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $49.95 *
  29. Bourke, John Gregory. The Diaries of John Gregory Bourke: vol. 2 July 29, 1876 - April 7, 1878. Edited and annotated by Charles M. Robinson III. This volume opens as Crook prepares for the expedition that would lead to his infamous and devasting Horse Meat March. University of North Texas Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $55.00 *
  30. Bourke, John Gregory. The Diaries of John Gregory Bourke: vol. 3 June 1, 1878 - June 22, 1880. Edited and annotated by Charles M. Robinson III. Discusses the Bannock Uprising, Crazy Horse, the Cheyenne Outbreak of 1878-79, the Ponca Affair and the White River Ute Uprising. University of North Texas Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $55.00 *

  31. Bourke, John Gregory. The Diaries of John Gregory Bourke: vol. 4 July 3, 1880 - May 22, 1881. Edited and annotated by Charles M. Robinson III. Chronicles the political and managerial affrairs in Crook's Department of the Platte. Contains detailed descriptions of several tours, including those to Yellowstone National Park and the Santa Fe regions. University of North Texas Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $55.00 *

  32. newSOLD Bourke, John Gregory. The Diaries of John Gregory Bourke: vol. 5 May 23, 1881 - August 26, 1881. Edited and annotated by Charles M. Robinson III. Volume Five is especially important because it is the first in this series to deal almost exclusively with Bourke’s ethnological research. It includes chapters on Bourke's time in Arizona among the Navajo, Hopi and Apache. University of North Texas Press, 2013. Dust jacket. $55.00 *

  33. SOLD Bourke, John G. On the Border with Crook. 2nd edition. Previous owner's signatures, one dated 1892 on free end sheet. Top and bottom spine slightly worn. Charles Scribner's Sons, 1892. Pictorial cover. $125.00
  34. SOLD Bourke, John G. On the Border with Crook. Reprint of 1891 edition. Story of the famed Army general who helped defeat the Sioux and the Apache. Long's College Book Co., 1950. Red pictorial cloth. $50.00
  35. Bourke, John G. On the Border with Crook. Bison Books. University of Nebraska Press. Soft cover. $26.95 *
  36. Bourke, John G. On the Border with Crook. Rio Grande Classic, 1962. Blue cloth with minor wear. $45.00 *
  37. Bowman, Eldon. A Guide to the General Crook Trail. Historical background by Elaine Cassey. With maps showing the trail. Museum of Northern Arizona Press, 1978. Wraps, with remains of old price tag on front cover. $12.50 *

  38. SOLD Boyd, Eva Jolene. Noble Brutes: Camels on the American Frontier. Details the federal government's experiment with camels in the U.S. Army before the Civil War. Contains a collection of rare photographs, drawings, and maps. Republic of Texas Press, 1995. Soft cover. $12.95
  39. SOLD Brandes, Ray. Frontier Military Posts of Arizona. The original book about the Arizona forts. Dale Stuart King, 1960. Decorated casebound. $50.00
  40. Brandes, Ray, ed. Troopers West: Military & Indian Affairs on the American Frontier. Illustrated by De Grazia. An anthology by writers of Western American history whose interests have deep roots in the interpretation of military and Indian affairs. Authors include Dan Thrapp, Don Rickey, Eve Ball and Paul H. Ezell. Limited edition, copy No.485 of 1000 copies. Frontier Heritage Press, 1970. Dust jacket. $125.00 *
  41. book cover Brimlow, George F. Cavalryman Out of the West: Life of General William Carey Brown. The Life of General Brown, taken from his personal correspondence, diaries, and writings, including his service in the Spanish American War. 1st edition. Caxton Printers, 1944. Green cloth. $75.00 *
  42. Brinckerhoff, Sidney B. Metal Uniform Insignia of the Frontier U.S. Army 1846-1902. Illustrated pamphlet on military insignia including belt buckles and epaulettes. Museum Monograph No. 3. Revised and enlarged edition. Signed by the author. Arizona Historical Society, 1972. Tan wraps. $25.00 *

  43. SOLD Brinckerhoff, Sidney B. Military Headgear in the Southwest 1846-1890. Illustrated pamphlet on military head covers. Museum Monograph No. 1. 2d edition. Arizona Pioneers Historical Society, 1967. Tan wraps. $25.00

  44. galvanized yankees Brown, D. Alexander. The Galvanized Yankees. The story of the United States Volunteers, former soldiers of the Confederacy, who guarded the railroad survey parties and protected the travelers crossing the western United States. University of Nebraska Press. Soft cover. $22.95 *
  45. Brown, William L. III. The Army Called it Home: Military Interiors of the 19th Century. An illustrated look at military quarters for the officers, enlisted men, mess halls, kitchens and support buildings. Contains historic photographs and drawings of the army posts. Thomas Publications, 1992. Blue casebound, oversize. $20.00 *

  46. Buecker, Thomas R. Fort Robinson and the American Century 1900-1948. Based on more than 20 years of archival research as well as personal recollections of the men and women who served at the Fort. Photographs and maps supplement the narrative. Originally published by the Nebraska State Historical Society in 2002. University of Oklahoma Press, 2004. Soft cover. $19.95 *
  47. SOLD Butterworth, W. E. Soldiers on Horseback: The Story of the United States Cavalry. An illustrated overview from the American Revolution to the change in the 20th century. 1st edition. W. W. Norton, 1967. Dust jacket with small piece missing on top corner. $25.00

  48. Byrne, Bernard James. A Frontier Army Surgeon: Life in Colorado in the Eighties. A fascinating era of American life that has forever passed away is delightfully recorded in these memoirs. 2nd, revised edition.  Previous owner's stamp on front endsheet. Exposition Press, 1962. Dust jacket. $30.00 *
  49. SOLD Caba, G. Craig. Historic Southern Saddles: 1840-1865. Book discusses the evolution of the saddle in regards to military use. Black and white illustrations of saddles and accesories throughout. Civil War Antiquities, 1982. Soft cover. $20.00

  50. SOLD Carr, Capt. Camillus. A Cavalryman in Indian Country. Foreword and annotation by Dan L. Thrapp. Edition limited to 600 copies, No. 197. Carr served with the military at Fort McDowell in the 1860s. Lewis Osborne Press, 1974. Dust jacket. $70.00
  51. Carter, W. H., Lt. Col. From Yorktown to Santiago with the Sixth U.S. Cavalry. The author joined the Sixth Cavalry as a second lieutenant in 1874, seeing action in Arizona and New Mexico in the military operations against the Apache. Originally published in 1900. Introduction by John M. Carroll. State House Press, 1989. Dust jacket. $30.00 *
  52. SOLD Casebier, Dennis. Camp Beale's Springs and the Hualpai Indians. Story of the 5th Cavalry, the Mojave trail and the Hualpai. Tales of the Mojave Road No. 7. Signed by the author. Tales of the Mojave Road Publishing Co., 1980. Brown leatherette with gold imprint. $50.00
  53. SOLD Casebier, Dennis G. Camp El Dorado, Arizona Territory: Soldiers, Steamboats, and Miners on the Upper Colorado River. Arizona Monographs No. 2. Arizona Historical Foundation, 1970. Soft cover. $25.00
  54. SOLD Casebier, Dennis G. Camp El Dorado, Arizona Territory: Soldiers, Steamboats, and Miners on the Upper Colorado River. Arizona Monographs No. 2. Arizona Historical Foundation, 1970. Green casebound. $50.00
  55. Casebier, Dennis G. Fort Pah-Ute California. Following the trail from Arizona to California. Tales of the Mojave Road, 1974. Soft cover. $30.00 *
  56. Chalfant, William Y. Without Quarter: The Wichita Expedition and the Fight on Crooked Creek. Foreword by Paul Andrew Hutton, illustrations by Roy Grinnell. The story of the first major U.S. army expedition against the Comanches between the Mexican and Civil wars. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1991. Dust jacket. $24.95 *
  57. Chappell, Gordon. Brass Spikes & Horsehair Plumes: A Study of U.S. Army Dress Helmets 1872-1903. Illustrated with photographs of military head coverings. Museum Monograph No. 4. Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society, 1966. Blue wraps. $25.00 *

  58. Chappell, Gordon. Brass Spikes and Horsetail Plumes: A History of U.S. Army Dress Helmets 1872-1904. An identification of an array of helmets and provides information on the when, where, and the manufacture and wear of helmets. Fully illustrated. Thomas Publications, 1997. Blue casebound with image on cover. $29.95 *

  59. SOLD Chappell, Gordon. The Search for the Well-Dressed Soldier 1865-1890: Developments and innovations in United States Army uniforms on the western frontier. Museum Monograph No. 5. Arizona Historical Society, 1972. Wraps. $27.50
  60. Chappell, Gordon. Summer Helmets of the U.S. Army, 1875-1910. Illustrated guide and history of the military summer helmets. Wyoming State Museum Monograph No. 1. 2nd printing. Wyoming State Archives and Historical Department, 1976. White wraps. $25.00 *

  61. Chiefs & Generals: Nine Men Who Shaped the American West. Edited by Richard W. Etulain and Glenda Riley. Chapters on Chief Red Cloud, Victorio, Chief Joseph, O.O. Howard, Geronimo, George Crook, General George Custer, Ranald Mackenzie and Nelson A. Miles. Fulcrum Publishing, 2004. Soft cover. $17.95 *
  62. SOLD Clarke, Dwight L. Stephen Watts Kearny: Soldier of the West. A biography of an officer that has been overshadowed by Fremont, detailing his career as a soldier, explorer, builder of Jefferson Barracks and many other early western posts and virtually the founder of the United States Cavalry. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1961. Dust jacket. $95.00
  63. SOLD Coffman, Edward M. The Old Army: A Portrait of the American Army in Peacetime, 1784-1898. Examination of the Army, its officers and men, when not at war, including reviewing such activities as building and maintaining frontier out-posts, recruitment, training and military justice. 1st edition. Oxford University Press, 1986. Dust jacket. $55.00

  64. Collins, Charles. Apache Nightmare: The Battle at Cibecue Creek. The story of the 1881 pivotal event in the Apache Wars, based on primary sources, including testimony from Apaches themselves. University of Oklahoma Press, 1999. Dust jacket. $29.95 *
  65. Collins, Charles. The Great Escape: The Apache Outbreak of 1881. On September 30, 1881, part of the Chiricahua Apaches left their camp on the San Carlos Indian Reservation and were pursued by the military. Westernlore Press, 1994. Dust jacket. $26.95 *
  66. SOLD Cooke, Philip St. George. The Conquest of New Mexico and California: An Historical and Personal Narrative. Foreword by Philip St. George Cooke, III. Reprint. Horn and Wallace, 1964. Dust jacket. $57.50
  67. book cover Corbusier, William Henry. Soldier, Surgeon, Scholar: The Memoirs of William Henry Corbusier 1844-1930. Edited by Robert Wooster. Army surgeon, ethnographer, and writer, Corbusier, witnessed the transformation of the U.S. from a young republic to world power. In this volume, he recounts his experiences from a NYC childhood to army life in Arizona to the jungles of Philippines. [The recollections of his wife are also available - see Women of the West page]. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $29.95 *
  68. SOLD Corbusier, William T. Verde to San Carlos. Recollections of a famous Army Surgeon and his Observant family on the Western Frontier 1869-1886. Foldout map in front. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. Dale Stuart King, 1973. Blue cloth with minor wear. $80.00
  69. SOLD Corbusier, William T. Verde to San Carlos. Recollections of a famous Army Surgeon and his Observant family on the Western Frontier 1869-1886. Deluxe first edition, limited to 250 copies, numbered and signed by the author. Dale Stuart King, 1968. Blue felt cloth on gilt board in gilt slipcase. $150.00
  70. Couts, Cave Johnson. Hepah, California! The Journal of Cave Johnson Couts from Monterey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico to Los Angeles, California during the Years 1848-1849. Edited by Henry F. Dobyns. Limited to 750 copies. Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society, 1961. Blue cloth, spine faded. $45.00 *
  71. Cox Frontier Xmas Cox-Paul, Lori A. and James W. Wengert, comp. A Frontier Army Christmas. Offers images, stories and even receipes of Army life on the Western frontier. Previous owner's name on inside front cover. Nebraska State Historical Society, 1996. Soft cover. $10.00 *

  72. Cozzens, Peter, ed. Eyewitnesses to the Indian Wars 1865-1890: Volume one - The Struggle for Apacheria. This is the first of a five volume series that tells the saga of the military struggle for the American West in the words of the soldiers, noncombatants, and Native Americans who shaped it. This volume discusses the struggle for control of Apacheria between 1869-1886. 1st edition. Stackpole Books, 2001. Dust jacket. $70.00 *
  73. cozzens vol 2 Cozzens, Peter, ed. Eyewitnesses to the Indian Wars 1865-1890: Volume two - The Wars for the Pacific Northwest. This is the second volume in a five volume series that will tell the saga of the military struggle for the American West in the words of the soldiers, noncombatants, and Native Americans who shaped it. This volume discusses the encounters between the army and Indians, including the Modoc War and the long and bloody Nez Perce campaign. Stackpole Books, 2002. Dust jacket. $49.95 *
  74. SOLD Cozzens, Peter, ed. Eyewitnesses to the Indian Wars 1865-1890: Volume three - Conquering the Southern Plains. This is the third volume in a planned five volume series that will tell the saga of the military struggle for the American West in the words of the soldiers, noncombatants, and Native Americans who shaped it. This volume brings a wealth of source material on the Southern Plains and Texas. 1st edition. Stackpole Books, 2002. Dust jacket. $54.95 *
  75. Cozzens, Peter, ed. Eyewitnesses to the Indian Wars 1865-1890: Volume five: The Army and the Indian. The final volume in the series (see Custer page for volume 4) that seeks to tell the saga of the military struggle for the American West in the words of the soldiers, non-combatants, and Native Americans who shaped it. Most of the accounts are taken from contemporaneous newspapers, magazines, or unpublished manuscripts presented as they originally appeared. 1st edition. Stackpole Books, 2005. Dust jacket. $100.00 *
  76. Crook, George. Crook's Resume of Operations Against Apache Indians 1882 - 1886. Notes and an introduction by Barry C. Johnson. English Westerners' Society, 1999. Wraps. $17.50 *

  77. SOLD Crook, George. General George Crook: His Autobiography Edited and annotated by Martin F. Schmitt. 1st Edition. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1946. Gray cloth. $85.00
  78. SOLD Crook, George. General George Crook: His Autobiography Edited and annotated by Martin F. Schmitt. New Edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1960. Dust jacket. $65.00
  79. book cover Crook, George. General George Crook: His Autobiography Edited and annotated by Martin F. Schmitt. The autobiography of the greatest Indian fighter in the history of the United States. Foreword by Joseph C. Porter. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $19.95 *
  80. SOLD Cutts, James M. The Conquest of California and New Mexico, by the forces of the United States, in the years 1846 & 1848. With a foreword by George P. Hammond. Autographed by Hammond and includes letter from Hammond to a collector. Horn & Wallace, 1965. Dust jacket. $95.00
  81. Davidson, Homer K. Black Jack Davidson a Cavalry Commander on the Western Frontier: The Life of General John W. Davidson. In his long service, Davidson was with Kearny's California Column, a general in the the Peninsular Campaign and after the war was with the 7th Cavalry, and commanded the Buffalo Soldiers. 1st edition. Arthur H. Clark, 1974. Dust jacket. $50.00 *

  82. SOLD Davisson, Lori. Fort Apache Arizona Territory: 1870-1922. Illustrated issue devoted to this western military post. Smoke Signal #33. Spring 1977. Wraps, oversized. $15.00

  83. Delo, David M. Peddlers and Post Traders: The Army Sutler on the Frontier. Well-written and researched study of the growth of the military post trader. University of Utah Press, 1992. Dust jacket. $31.50 *
  84. Delo, David M. Peddlers and Post Traders: The Army Sutler on the Frontier. Well-written and researched study of the growth of the military post trader. Kingfisher Books, 1998. Soft cover. $24.00 *
  85. DeMontravel, Peter R. A Hero to His Fighting Men: Nelson A. Miles, 1839-1925. From a volunteer officer in the Civil War to the Commanding General of the Army until 1903, this book is a reassessment of his career. Kent State University Press, 1998. Dust jacket. $45.00 *
  86. DiMarco, Louis A. War Horse: A History of the Military Horse and Rider. A three-thousand year history from ancient Egypt to today. Illustrated. Westholme, 2008. Dust jacket. $29.95 *

  87. DiMarco, Louis A. War Horse: A History of the Military Horse and Rider. A three-thousand year history from ancient Egypt to today. Illustrated. Westholme, 2012. Soft cover. $22.50 *

  88. Dodge, Richard Irving. The Indian Territory Journals of Colonel Richard Irving Dodge. Edited by Wayne R. Kime. Dodge, a well-known chronicler of western history and an authority on Plains Indians, provides an important account of conditions in Indian Territory from 1878 to 1880. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 2000. Dust jacket. $34.95 *
  89. Du Bois, Colonel John Van Deusen. Campaigns in the West 1856-1861 - The Journal and Letters of Colonel John Van Deusen Du Bois with Pencil Sketches by Joseph Heger. Edited by George P. Hammond. Reprint of the original 1949 edition with a new foreword by Durwood Ball. Map in pocket at the back. Limited to 750 copies. Winner of the Rounce and Coffin Book Award. Arizona Historical Society, 2003. Dust jacket, oversize. $100.00 *
  90. SOLD Du Bois, Colonel John Van Deusen. Campaigns in the West 1856-1861 - The Journal and Letters of Colonel John Van Deusen Du Bois with Pencil Sketches by Joseph Heger. Edited by George P. Hammond. Limited to 300 copies. Front hinge loose, rubbing on edges. Arizona Pioneers Historical Society, 1949. $300.00
  91. Dunn, J. P., Jr. Massacres of the Mountains: A History of the Indian Wars of the Far West 1815-1875. Once called the best single work on the Indian Wars, it is known for its remarkable accuracy. Originally published in 1886. Archer House. Dust jacket with minor wear. $30.00 *
  92. Eason, Nicholas J. Fort Verde: An Era of Men and Courage. Camp Verde Historical Society, 1980. Yellow wraps. $7.00 *

  93. SOLD Edwards, Frank S. A Campaign in New Mexico with Colonel Doniphan. Written by a volunteer on the 1847 trip, with a map of the route and a table of the distances traversed. Reprint of 1847 edition. Readex Microprint, 1966. Leatherette with gold lettering. $30.00
  94. Edwards, Frank S. A Campaign in New Mexico with Colonel Doniphan. Foreword by Mark L. Garnder. One of the earliest and best accounts of the Mexican-American War. University of New Mexico Press. Soft cover. $18.95 *

  95. Egan, Ferol. Sand in a Whirlwind: The Paiute Indian War of 1860. New Foreword by Richard Dillon. A dramatic account of the events surrounding hostilities between settlers and Indians in the spring of 1860. Thirtieth anniversary edition. University of Nevada Press, 2003. Soft cover. $21.95 *
  96. SOLD Ellis, Edward. On the Trail of Geronimo; or In the Apache Country by Lieut. R. H. Jayne. Fictional account of the military in Arizona. 1st edition. Frank F. Lovell, 1889. Decorated gray cloth with wear of its age. $30.00

  97. Ellis, Richard N. General Pope and U.S. Indian Policy. The story of federal relationships with Western Indians as seen from the dominant position of General John Pope, U.S. military commander in the West from the time of the Civil War until his retirement in 1886. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1970. Dust jacket. $20.00 *
  98. SOLD Emmett, Chris. Fort Union and the Winning of the Southwest. History of the New Mexico military post that played a part in the Civil War and the taming of the Western frontier. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1965. Dust jacket. $70.00
  99. SOLD Emory, W. H. Lieutenant Emory Reports: A Reprint of Lieutenant W. H. Emory's Notes of a Military Reconnoissance. Introduction and notes by Ross Calvin. The mission - to discover if the southwest held any military, scientific, and economic value. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1951. Dust jacket. $50.00
  100. SOLD Emory, W. H. Lieutenant Emory Reports: A Reprint of Lieutenant W. H. Emory's Notes of a Military Reconnoissance. Introduction and notes by Ross Calvin. The mission - to discover if the southwest held any military, scientific, and economic value. University of New Mexico Press, 1968. Soft cover, showing slight wear. $15.00
  101. Farrow, Edward S. Mountain Scouting: A Handbook for Officers and Soldiers on the Frontiers. Foreword by Jerome A. Greene. First published in 1881, this instructional guide was written by a former trooper for novice soldiers, describing how to care for their horses, frontier medicine and taking care of their equipment. University of Oklahoma Press, 2000. Soft cover. $16.95 *

  102. Faulk, Odie B. Crimson Desert: Indian Wars of the American Southwest. Oxford University Press, 1974. Dust jacket. $25.00 *
  103. Faulk, Odie B. The Geronimo Campaign. A lively and chilling account of the war that raged between the Apaches and U.S. soldiers over the deserts and mountains of Arizona, New Mexico, and northern Mexico in the mid 1880s. 1st edition. Presentation copy signed by the author. Oxford University Press. Dust jacket. $35.00 *
  104. Faulk, Odie B. The Geronimo Campaign.   A lively and chilling account of the war that raged between the Apaches and U.S. soldiers over the deserts and mountains of Arizona, New Mexico, and northern Mexico in the mid 1880s. Oxford University Press, 1969. Soft cover. $15.00 *

  105. SOLD Faulk, Odie B. The U.S. Camel Corps - An Army Experiment.Story of the government's program to use camels in the Southwest desert. From the library of noted Western historian Dr. Robert Trennert, containing his pencil markings and notes. Oxford University Press, 1976. Dust jacket. $35.00
  106. Field, Ron. Forts of the American Frontier 1820 - 91: The Southern Plains and the Southwest. Illustrated by Adam Hook. Contains the design, technology and history of key fortresses, strategic positions, and defensive systems. Fortress 54. Osprey, 2006. Soft cover. $16.95 *
  107. SOLD Field, Ron. U.S. Army Frontier Scouts 1840 - 1921. This book tells the colorful story of these frontier men, covering many of the famous scouts such as Wild Bill Hickok and Buffalo Bill Cody. Osprey Elite 91. Osprey, 2003. Soft cover. $17.95
  108. Ford, Lemuel. March of the First Dragoons to the Rocky Mountains in 1835: The Diaries and Maps of Lemuel Ford. A Biography of Ford, with a History of the Dragoons, the Expedition, and a Map of the Route by Nolie Mumey. Limited to 350 copies, No. 122, signed by Mumey. Pages uncut. Eames Brothers, 1957. Yellow spine cloth with "marbled" paper boards, pasted label of a dragoon with blue printing, oversize. $95.00 *

  109. Forsyth, General George A. Thrilling Days in Army Life. Introduction by David Dixon. Classic encounter between the Native Americans and the frontier army. Foresyth saw action against the Cheyenne at Beecher Island in 1868 and then pursuing the Chiricahua Apache in 1882. University of Nebraska Press. Soft cover. $12.00 *

  110. SOLD [Fort Huachuca] Guide to Fort Hucachuca: United States Army Electronic Proving Ground. History of the base and tourist information for Sierra Vista. 3rd edition. Pearce Publishing, nd. Wraps. $17.50
  111. Fort Verde Day. 14th Annual. Dedication of Fort Verde State Historical Park, October 10, 1970. Illustrated history. Pronto Press. Blue soft cover oversize. $5.00 *

  112. Fort Verde Day. 16th Annual, October 14, 1972. Illustrated. Green soft cover oversize. $8.50 *

  113. Fort Verde Museum. Brochure for the museum at Camp Verde. Handwritten date, 1967. Wraps. $5.00 *
  114. Fort Verde State Historic Park Dedication. Program from October 10, 1970 event. Goldenrod sheet. $5.00 *

  115. Fort Verde State Historic Park Officer's Row Tour Guide. Brochure with photographs showing the officer's quarters. $3.00 *

  116. SOLD Fowler, Harlan D. Camels to California: A Chapter in Western Transporation. The story of the Wagon Road Expedition of 1857 made by Lt. Beale and his camels. 1st edition. Stanford University Press, 1950. Dust jacket. $40.00
  117. Fowler, Harlan D. Camels to California: A Chapter in Western Transporation. The story of the Wagon Road Expedition of 1857 made by Lt. Beale and his camels. 1st edition. Stanford University Press, 1950. Soft cover. $35.00 *
  118. Frazer, Robert W. Forts and Supplies: The Role of the Army in the Economy of the Southwest 1846-1861. A detailed account of the emergence and growth of the military-supported economy in the area from Taos to El Paso and Arizona to the Texas border. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1983. Dust jacket. $45.00 *

  119. Frazer, Robert W. Forts of the West: Millitary Forts and Presidios and Posts Commonly Called Forts West of the Mississippi River to 1898. A systematic listing of all presidios and military forts that were ever, at any time and in any sense, so designated. University of Oklahoma Press, 1972. Soft cover. $19.95 *

  120. book cover SOLD Gatewood, Charles. Lt. Charles Gatewood & His Apache Wars Memoir. Edited and with additional text by Louis Kraft. A record of his experiences dealing with the Indians, including Geronimo and Naiche. Signed by the author. University of Nebraska Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $39.95 *
  121. book cover Gatewood, Charles. Lt. Charles Gatewood & His Apache Wars Memoir. Edited and with additional text by Louis Kraft. A record of his experiences dealing with the Indians, including Geronimo and Naiche. University of Nebraska Press, 2005. Soft cover. $19.95 *

  122. Gerow, Peggy A. Guardian of the Trail: Archeological & Historical Investigations at Fort Craig. A collection of essays which examine the historic Fort Craig and its artifacts. Signed by Keith Kofford, one of the contributors. New Mexico Bureau of Land Management, 2004. Soft cover, oversize. $55.00 *

  123. SOLD Gibson, George Rutledge. Over the Chihuahua and Santa Fe Trails, 1847-1848, George Rutledge Gibson's Journal. Edited and annotated by Robert W. Frazer. Gibson was a second lieutenant with Kearny's expeditionary force. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1981. Soft cover. $15.00
  124. Giese, Dale F. Echoes of the Bugle: Forts of New Mexico. The story of the military posts, filled with illustrations and maps showing the location. Originally published in 1976. Giese, 1991. Wraps. $9.00 *
  125. SOLD Goetzmann, William H. Army Exploration in the American West 1803-1863. The saga of the U.S. Army Corps of Topographical Engineers and such men as Fremont, Stansbury, and Bridger. 4 maps in back cover (1 missing). Yale University Press, 1960. Dust jacket with minor wear. $55.00 *
  126. Goetzmann, William H. Army Exploration in the American West 1803-1863. The saga of the U.S. Army Corps of Topographical Engineers and such men as Fremont, Stansbury, and Bridger. University of Nebraska Press, 1979. Soft cover with minor wear. $25.00 *
  127. Gray, William Fairfax. Diary of Col. Wm. Fairfax Gray: From Virginia to Texas 1835-36. Facsimile reprint of the scarce 1909 edition. Gray records the events of the Texas Revolution while on real estate expeditions in 1835-36 and a second trip in 1837. Fletcher Young, 1965. Black cloth. $50.00 *
  128. Guidon Books. The Military West of the Mississippi: Catalogue of Books, Pamphlets, Memorabilia and Original Works. Introduction by Herbert M. Hart. Catalog #8. Over 600 items listed. no date. Blue cloth. $30.00 *
  129. A Handbook of American Military History: From the Revolutionary War to the Present. Edited by Jerry K. Sweeney. Comprehensive and easy to use, it supplies essential information on the social, technological, political and strategic develops that impacted the U.S. armed forces. 2nd edition. University of Nebraska Press, 2006. Soft cover. $19.95 *
  130. SOLD Hart, Herbert M. Old Forts of the Far West. Photographic history of the military posts with drawings by Paul J. Hartell. 1st edition. Superior Publishing Co., 1965. Dust jacket. $35.00

  131. Hart, Herbert M. Old Forts of the Northwest. Photographic history of the military posts with drawings by Paul J. Hartell. First in a series on Western Forts. Reprint. Bonanza. Dust jacket. $20.00 *

  132. Hart, Herbert M. Old Forts of the Southwest. Photographic history of the military posts with drawings by Paul J. Hartell. Second in a series on Western Forts. Reprint, remains of tape on inside cover. Bonanza. Dust jacket. $20.00 *
  133. Hart, Herbert M. Pioneer Forts of the West. More than 240 photographs and illustrations with reminiscences and first hand accounts provide a fascinating and accurate detail of the military posts. Bonanza Books, 1981. Dust jacket, oversize. $30.00 *

  134. SOLD Hatch, Thom. The Blue, the Gray, & the Red: Indian Campaigns of the Civil War. The first book dedicated solely to chronicling the numerous campaigns waged against the Indians in the American West during the Civil War, including chapters on the Navajo and Apache. Custer scholar Harch offers a chronological narrative rich in details and full of new revelations of the bloody hostilities in the West. Stackpole Books, 2003. Dust jacket. $40.00
  135. SOLD Heintzelman, Samuel P. A Transcription of Major Samuel P. Heintzelman's Journal, 1 January 1851 - 31 December 1853. Concerning the establishment of a post at junction of the Colorado and Gila Rivers. Yuma County Historical Society, 1989. Sprial bound. $45.00
  136. Herskovitz, Robert M. Fort Bowie Material Culture. Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona No. 31. Illustrated with findings at the military post. University of Arizona Press, 1978. Oversize soft cover. $75.00 *

  137. Hodge, Betty L. Fort Garland - A Window onto Southwestern History. Discusses the history of this southern Colorado post. San Luis Valley Historian vol. XXIV: 2, 1992. Wraps. $10.00 *

  138. SOLD Hooker, Forrestine C. When Geronimo Rode. Historical fiction work written by the daughter of an officer who lived in Arizona in the late nineteenth century. Hooker wrote other non-fiction works of military life out West. 1st edition. Doubleday Page & Co., 1924. Blue cloth. $85.00
  139. SOLD Horgan, Paul. Men of Arms. Written and drawn by Paul Horgan. Individual drawings showing military men throughout the ages, including a Plainsmen, Sioux Chief, and Rough Rider. David McKay, 1931. Red cloth with gold decorations. $85.00

  140. Horse Equipments and Cavalry Accoutrements: As Prescribed by G.O. 73, A.G.O. 1885. Ordnance Memoranda No. 29. (20 plates.) Government Printing Office, 1891. Wraps. $17.50 *

  141. Horstmann Bros. and Co. Catalog of Military Goods for 1877. Reprint of a rare catalog of America's foremost military outfitters. This edition is part of a series, Notes and Regulations For The Uniform Of The Army Of The United States. Jacques Noel Jacobsen, Jr., April, 1972. Wraps. $10.00 *

  142. Horstmann Brothers and Co. Catalog No. 73 1888 for Officers of the Army and National Guard. Reprint of a rare catalog of America's foremost military outfitters. This edition is part of a series, Notes and Regulations For The Uniform Of The Army Of The United States. Jacques Noel Jacobsen, Jr., November, 1974. Wraps. $10.00 *

  143. Hughston, Caroline Mary. Old Fort Lowell. Drawings by Geo. H. Mastick, Jr. A rare account of the life and times at the historic fort. It was republished for the benefit of the Fort Lowell restoration under the auspices of the Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society. Arizona Silhouettes, 1964. Brown wraps. $15.00 *

  144. Hunt, Aurora. The Army of the Pacific, 1860-1866. New introduction by Robert A. Clark. Frontier Classics Series. The story of the volunteer troops who served in the West during the Civil War, based on such primary resources such as territorial newspapers. Stackpole Books, 2004. Soft cover. $19.95 *
  145. SOLD Jamieson, Perry D. Crossing the Deadly Ground: United States Army Tactics, 1865-1899. Examination of military tactics and training following the Civil War, including the concept of small unit movements, squad tactics and defensive strategy. University of Alabama Press, 1994. Dust jacket. $20.00

  146. SOLD Jocelyn, Stephen Perry Mostly Alkali. Jocelyn spent 44 years in the Army. Stations included Arizona, the Northern and Southern Plains. Caldwell, Idaho 1953. First Edition. 436 pps.Very Good in D/W. name on title page. $150.00
  147. no greater Johnson, Eric S., comp. No Greater Calling: A Chronological Record of Sacrifce and Heroism During the Western Indian Wars, 1865-1898. This comprehensive work recognizes the sacrifice and heroism the men who served on the Western frontier from 1865 to 1898. Schiffer Publishing, 2012. Dust jacket, oversize. $39.99

  148. SOLD Johnson, Forrest Brant. The Last Camel Charge: The Untold Story of America's Desert Military Experiment. Story of Lt. Edward Beale and his camels in the Southwest. Berkley Caliber, 2013. Soft cover. $16.00

  149. Johnson, Virginia W. The Unregimented General: A Biography of Nelson A. Miles. The portrait of a great frontier general, as distinguished as he was controversial. Previous owner's name on bottom of front endsheet. Houghton Mifflin Co., 1962. Dust jacket. $38.50 *
  150. Katcher, Philip. The American Indian Wars 1860-90. Illustrated by Gerry Embleton. Details the armies of both sides, paying particular attention to their organization and uniforms. Men-at-Arms No. 63. Osprey Publishing, 2004. Soft cover. $14.95 *
  151. Katcher, Philip and Ron Volstad. U S Cavalry on the Plains 1850-90. Men-at-Arms No. 168. Osprey Publishing, 1999. Soft cover. $16.00 *
  152. Kaye, E. Donald. Nathan Augustus Monroe Dudley 1825-1910: Rogue, Hero, or Both? Biography of N. A. M. Dudley, frontier Army commander. Outskirts Press, 2007. Soft cover. $17.50 *

  153. Kerrigan, Evans E. American War Medals and Decorations. An illustrated guide to the many medals, decorations, badges and awards conferred throughout the history of the United States from the Revolution through Korea. Viking, 1967. Dust jacket. $25.00 *

  154. kiser Kiser, William S. Dragoons in Apacheland: Conquest and Resistance in Southern New Mexico, 1846 - 1861. Kiser recounts the conflicts that ensued and examines how both Apache warriors and American troops shaped the future of the Southwest Borderlands. Signed by the author. University of Oklahoma Press, 2012. Dust jacket. $29.95 *

  155. SOLD King, Captain Charles. Indian Campaigns: Sketches of Cavalry Service in Arizona and on the Northern Plains. Assembled and edited by Harry H. Anderson. King served with the 5th Cavalry during the 1870s Apache Campaign and then in 1876 with Crook on the Plains. Limited edition of 250 copies, signed by Anderson. Source Custeriana Series No. 11. Old Army Press, 1984. Creme cloth with blue cloth spine. $100.00

  156. SOLD Knight, Oliver. Life and Manners in the Frontier Army. A true picture of the isolated life of the military family - relying on the works of Captain Charles King. Previous owner's stamp on front endsheet. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1978. Dust jacket. $45.00
  157. Knight, Oliver. Life and Manners in the Frontier Army. Foreword by Paul L. Hedren. Highly documented history that captures the life and social customs on the military post. Included is a social history told in Captain Charles King's novels. University of Oklahoma Press, Soft cover. $21.95 *
  158. Kraft, Louis. Gatewood & Geronimo. Dramatically recreates Gatewood's final mission, capturing Geronimo, and poignantly recalls the federal government's betrayal of the Chiricahuas, Geronimo and Gatewood. Signed by the author. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2000. Dust jacket. $50.00 *
  159. Kraft, Louis. Gatewood & Geronimo. Dramatically recreates Gatewood's final mission, capturing Geronimo, and poignantly recalls the federal government's betrayal of the Chiricahuas, Geronimo and Gatewood. Signed by the author. University of New Mexico Press, 2000. Soft cover. $27.95 *
  160. Kupke, William A. The Indian & the Thunderwagon: A History of the Mountain Howitzer. Second printing with new introduction and graphics. Signed by author. 1996. Wraps. $25.00 *
  161. Lahti, Janne. Cultural Construction of Empire: The U.S. Army in Arizona and New Mexico. Explores the cultural and social representations of Native Americans, Hispanics, and frontiersmen constructed by the officers, enlisted men, and their dependents. University of Nebraska Press, 2012. Dust jacket. $55.00 *
  162. SOLD Langellier, John P. Army Blue: The Uniform of Uncle Sam's Regulars 1848-1873. Uniforms including enlisted soldiers, officers, insignia, and headgear examined in exacting detail. Schiffer Military History, 1998. Dust jacket. $79.95
  163. SOLD Langellier, John P. Hats Off: Head Dress of the U.S. Army 1872-1912. A concise history of U.S. Army headgear from the immediate post Civil War era to the eve of World War I. Schiffer Military History, 1999. Dust jacket. $69.95
  164. SOLD Langellier, John P. More Army Blue: The Uniform of Uncle Sam's Regulars 1874-1887. Uniforms including enlisted soldiers, officers, insignia, and headgear examined in exacting detail. Schiffer Military History, 2001. Dust jacket. $69.95
  165. SOLD Langellier, John P. Sound the Charge: The U.S. Cavalry in the American West, 1866-1916. G.I. Series 12, The Illustrated History of the American Solder, His Uniform and His Equipment Series. Greenhill Books, 1998. Soft cover. $17.95
  166. langellier Langellier, John P. Southern Arizona Military Outposts. Images of America series. Langellier vividly captures the trials and tribulations of the military soldiers and their families through nearly 200 photographs, illustrations, and maps, gathered for the first time in one volume. View images of the troops, the Buffalo Soldiers and the posts as well as wives and children. Signed by the author. Arcadia, 2011 Soft cover. $21.99 *

  167. SOLD Langellier, John and Bill Younghusband. U S Dragoons 1833 - 55. Osprey Men-At-Arms Series 281. Illustrated look at these American soldiers. Osprey. Soft cover. $15.95 *
  168. Langley, Harold D., ed. To Utah with the Dragoons and Glimpses of Life in Arizona and California 1858-1859. Articles written by a young recruit with the Second Dragoons, U.S. Army's Sixth Column, about the Mormon War. University of Utah Press, 1974. Dust jacket. $30.00 *
  169. SOLD Lauderdale, John Vance. An Army Doctor on the Western Frontier: Journal and Letters of John Vance Lauderdale, 1864-1890. Edited and annotated by Robert M. Utley. Seection of Lauderdal's writings when stationed in Utah, California, Arizona, New Mexico, Dakota and Texas. 1st printing. University of New Mexico Press, 2014. Dust jacket. $29.95 *

  170. Launius, Roger D. Alexander William Doniphan: Portrait of a Missouri Moderate. Biography of Missouri attorney, military figure - who saw action during the Mexican War, assisted with the establishment of democracy in New Mexico and refused to execute Joseph Smith during Missouri's Mormon War, a politician and businessman. University of Missouri Press, 1997. Dust jacket. $37.50 *
  171. Leckie, William H. and Shirley A. Leckie. Unlikely Warriors: General Benjamin Grierson and his Family. This biography presents a personal picture of the man who led the daring raid through Mississippi during the Civil War and later commanded the Tenth Cavalry and fought the Apache Indians. Previous owner's name on inside front cover. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1984. Dust jacket with minor wear. $35.00 *
  172. Leckie, William H. and Shirley A. Leckie. Unlikely Warriors: General Benjamin Grierson and his Family. This biography presents a personal picture of the man who led the daring raid through Mississippi during the Civil War and later commanded the Tenth Cavalry and fought the Apache Indians. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $24.95 *
  173. SOLD Lekson, Stephen H. Nana's Raid: Apache Warfare in Southern New Mexico, 1881. Story of a Chiricahua Apache and his warriors traveling over three thousand miles, fighting the military and attacking settlements. Author's signed presentation copy. Southwestern Studies Series No. 81. Texas Western Press, 1987. Soft cover. $60.00

  174. SOLD Lewis, Oscar. California in 1846: Described in Letters from Thomas O. Larkin, "The Farest West," E. M. Kern, and "Justice." Notes and Introduction by Oscar Lewis. Discusses conquest of California and early exploration. Limited to 550 copies. Grahborn Press, 1934. Dust jacket. $125.00
  175. Livingston, Phil and Ed Roberts. War Horse: Mounting the Cavalry with America's Finest Horses. Exactingly researched, lavishly illustrated with over 130 archival photographs, the story of cavalry mounts and sure-footed pack mules. Signed by the authors. Bright Sky Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $34.95 *
  176. SOLD Lockett, H. C. Along the Beale Trail: A Photographic Account of the Wasted Range Land Based on the Diary of Lieutenant Edward F. Beale, 1857. Photographs by Milton Snow. 2d edition. U.S. Office of Indian Affairs, 1940. Red wraps. $22.50
  177. Love, Frank. Hell's Outpost: A History of Old Fort Yuma. Story of this southeastern Arizona military post on the Colorado River. Yuma Crossing. Soft cover. $10.00 *

  178. SOLD Lowe, Percival G. Five Years a Dragoon ('49 to '54) And Other Adventures on the Great Plains. Introduction and notes by Don Russell with a foreword by Jerome A. Green. Memoirs of an enlisted man in the Regular Army during a time of peace and prior to the Civil War. University of Oklahoma Press, 1965. Dust jacket. $30.00

  179. Lowe, Percival G. Five Years a Dragoon ('49 to '54) And Other Adventures on the Great Plains. Introduction and notes by Don Russell with a foreword by Jerome A. Green. Memoirs of an enlisted man in the Regular Army during a time of peace and prior to the Civil War. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $19.95 *

  180. SOLD Ludwig, Larry L. The Battle at K-H Butte: Apache Outbreak - 1881: Arizona Territory. The story of the encounter between the Apaches and the 6th Cavalry. Westernlore Press, 1993. Dust jacket. $35.00
  181. Lull, Robert W. Civil War General and Indian Fighter James M. Williams: Leader of the 1st Kansas Colored Volunteer Infantry and the 8th U.S. Cavalry. The military career of General James Monroe Williams spanned both the Civil War and the Indian Wars in the West, this is the first biography written about him. Signed by the author. University of North Texas Press, 2013. Dust jacket. $24.95 *

  182. Lummis, Charles Fletcher. Dateline Fort Bowie: Charles Fletcher Lummis Reports on an Apache War. Edited, annotated, and with an introduction by Dan L. Thrapp. This book contains every dispatch that can be identified as written by Lummis from Fort Bowie or concerning Bowie and the Indian war. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1979. Dust jacket. $60.00 *
  183. Lummis, Charles. General Crook and the Apache Wars. Edited by Turbese Lummis Fiske, foreword by Dudley Gordon. Edition with incorrect author's name, "Charles R. Lummis" on title page. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1966. Dust jacket. $80.00 *
  184. Lummis, Charles. General Crook and the Apache Wars. Edited by Turbese Lummis Fiske, foreword by Dudley Gordon. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1966. Dust jacket with minor wear. $57.50 *
  185. SOLD Lummis, Charles. General Crook and the Apache Wars. Edited by Turbese Lummis Fiske, foreword by Dudley Gordon. Illustrated by Don Perceval. Northland Press, 1985. Soft cover. $20.00
  186. SOLD Lynch, John S., John W. Kennedy and Robert L. Wooley. Patton's Desert Training Center. Illustrated history of the World War II military installation in Arizona/California. Signed by Lynch. 1st revision. CAMP, 1986. Wraps. $15.00

  187. book cover Machoian, Ronald G. William Harding Carter and the American Army: A Soldier's Story. First full-length biography, which explores his pivotal role in bringing the military into a new era, including a chapter on the Cibecu fight. Carter was involved in the intervention in Mexico and World War I. University of Oklahoma Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $39.95 *
  188. book cover SOLD Magid, Paul. George Crook: From the Redwoods to Appomattox. Biography of this noted General, but it covers his early years through the Civil War. It offers insight into the influences that later would make him both a nemesis of the Indian tribes and their ardent advocate. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 2011. Dust jacket. $39.95 *

  189. newbook cover Magid, Paul. George Crook: From the Redwoods to Appomattox. Biography of this noted General, but it covers his early years through the Civil War. It offers insight into the influences that later would make him both a nemesis of the Indian tribes and their ardent advocate. University of Oklahoma Press, 2014. Soft cover. $24.95 *

  190. SOLD Matthews, Eddie. Frontier Cavalry Trooper: The Letters of Private Eddie Matthews 1869-1874. Edited by Douglas C. McChristian. Eddie Matthews's letters, published here for the first time, provide an unparalleled chronicle of one soldier's experiences in garrison and in the field in the post-Civil War Southwest. University of New Mexico Press, 2013. Dust jacket. $55.00 *

  191. Mazzanovich, Anton. Trailing Geronimo. Edited and arranged by E. A. Brininstool. The story of a member of Troop F, Sixth U.S. Cavalry, containing incidents bearing upon the outbreak of the White Mountain Apaches and Geronimo's Band in Arizona and New Mexico. The experiences of a soldier in the ranks; Chief of Pack-Train Service, and Scout of Fort Grant. Also with New Mexico Rangers. Color frontispiece of Geronimo. 1st edition, minor staining, loose hinge. Gem Publishing, 1926. Red cloth. $50.00 *
  192. SOLD Mazzanovich, Anton. Trailing Geronimo. Edited and arranged by E. A. Brininstool. The story of a member of Troop F, Sixth U.S. Cavalry, containing incidents bearing upon the outbreak of the White Mountain Apaches and Geronimo's Band in Arizona and New Mexico. The experiences of a soldier in the ranks; Chief of Pack-Train Service, and Scout of Fort Grant. Also with New Mexico Rangers. Color frontispiece of Geronimo. 3rd, revised edition, black marker on front pastedown (covering former owner's name?). A. Mazzanovich, 1931. Dust jacket. $25.00

  193. SOLD McCann, Capt. Irving Goff. With the National Guard on the Border: Our National Military Problem. Discusses the Mexican intervention and Japanese problem. Presentation copy to the Color Sergeant, signed by Capt. McCann. C. V. Mosby Company, 1917. Tan cloth. $100.00

  194. McChristian, Douglas C. An Army of Marksmen: The Development of the United States Army Marksmanship in the 19th Century. Illustrated history of training men to shoot, along with some of their equipment. Old Army Press, 1981. Soft cover. $50.00 *

  195. Mcchristian bowie McChristian Douglas C. Fort Bowie, Arizona: Combat Post of the Southwest, 1858-1894. In a sweeping narrative, McChristian presents Fort Bowie in fresh contexts of national expansion and regional development, weaving in threads of early exploration, transcontinental railroad surveys, ranching and conflict with the Apaches. This is the definitive history of a genuine combat post. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $55.00 *
  196. Mcchristian bowie McChristian Douglas C. Fort Bowie, Arizona: Combat Post of the Southwest, 1858-1894. In a sweeping narrative, McChristian presents Fort Bowie in fresh contexts of national expansion and regional development, weaving in threads of early exploration, transcontinental railroad surveys, ranching and conflict with the Apaches. This is the definitive history of a genuine combat post. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 2005. Soft cover. $19.95 *
  197. McChristian, Douglas C. Uniforms, Arms, and Equipment: The U.S. Army on the Western Frontier, 1880-1892. 2 volume set: Volume 1: Headgear, clothing, and Footwear; Volume 2: Weapons and Accouterments. Foreword by Jerome A. Greene. Comprehensive account of the evolution of military arms and equipment. Illustrated. University of Oklahoma Press, 2007. Dust jacket, slight bump on bottom of volume 1. $95.00 *

  198. McChristian, Douglas C. The U.S. Army in the West, 1870-1880: Uniforms, Weapons, and Equipment. Foreword by John P. Langellier. Until this book, the subject has been approached only in brief, general overviews. McChristian combines the research from secondary sources with his own considerable expertise, using new information gathered from the records of the Ordnance and Quartermaster departments. University of Oklahoma Press, 1995. Soft cover. $29.95 *
  199. SOLD McCracken, Harold. The Smoke Signal. Brief history of signal and communications by Indians and military. Lakeside Press, nd. Wraps. $20.00
  200. Meketa, Charles and Jacqueline. One Blanket and Ten Days Rations. The 1st Infantry New Mexico Volunteers in Arizona 1864-1866. Includes a company rosters. Illustrated. Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, 1980. Soft cover. $12.00 *
  201. Michno, Gregory F. and Susan J. Michno. Forgotten Fights: Little Known Raids and Skirmishes on the Frontier, 1823 to 1890. Details encounters between Native Americans, military and settlers in the Southwest and West. Mountain Press, 2008. Pictorial casebound. $28.00 *

  202. SOLD Miles, General Nelson A. Personal Recollections and Observations of General Nelson A. Miles . . . Embraces a brief view of the Civil War or From New England to the Golden Gate and the story of his Indian Campaigns with comments on the Exploration, Development and Progress of our Great Western Empire. Copiously illustrated with graphic pictures by Frederic Remington and other iminent artists. 1st edition, 2d issue with frontispiece labeled Major General. Werner Company, 1896. Brown pictorial cloth, clear and sharp gilt front cover. $250.00
  203. SOLD Miles, General Nelson A. Personal Recollections and Observations of General Nelson A. Miles . . . Embraces a brief view of the Civil War or From New England to the Golden Gate and the story of his Indian Campaigns with comments on the Exploration, Development and Progress of our Great Western Empire. Illustrated Frederic Remington. Introduction by Robert Wooster. 2 volumes. University of Nebraska Press, 1992. Soft cover oversize. $35.00
  204. Miles, Nelson A. Serving the Republic: Memoirs of the Civil and Military Life of Nelson A. Miles, Lieutenant-General, United States Army. Covers his Civil War affairs and his Indian campaigns. Chief Joseph, Crazy Horse, Sitting Bull, Custer and The Little Big Horn, Buffalo Bill. 1st edition. Harper & Brothers, 1911. Blue cloth. $75.00 *
  205. Mills, Anson. My Story. Edited by C. H. Claudy. Brig. General who saw action on the Rio Grande, Civil War, and the Apaches in Arizona. 1st edition. Interior pages rippled. Original errata sheet on front endsheet. 1918. Stiff black wraps with gold lettering and design. $225.00 *
  206. Mills, Anson. My Story. With a new introduction by John D. McDermott. Mills saw frontier service in Arizona and Kansas where he fought the Apache and Cheyenne. He later played an important role in the Great Sioux War. Originally published in 1918. Frontier Classics Series. 1st Stackpole edition. Stackpole Books, 2003. Soft cover. $19.95 *
  207. Mullis, Tony R. Peacekeeping on the Plains: Army Operations in Bleeding Kansas. One of the first scholarly works to detail the military concerns associated with peace enforcement in Kansas and the trans-Missouri West in the mid 1850s. University of Missouri Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $44.95 *
  208. Murray, Edward P. Camels to the Colorado. 1st edition. PIP Printing, 1980. Wraps. $25.00 *

  209. Murray, Stuart. Atlas of American Military History. From the Battle of Bunker Hill to the Battle of Midway, from Vietnam to the Persian Gulf, from Washington to MacArthur, this history covers the full span of America at war, exploring the personalities, methods, strategies, and historical contexts of each conflict. Illustrated with a timeline. Checkmark Books. Oversize soft cover. $29.95 *
  210. SOLD Nearing, Richard and David Hoff. Arizona Military Installations 1752-1922: Presidios Camps & Fords. Drawings by Richard Nearing. Signed by Nearing. Gem Publishing, 1995. Soft cover. $20.00
  211. Old Post Fort Huachuca, Arizona. Pictorial history of the military post with an introduction by Colonel Arthur Corley. Fort Huachuca Historical Museum. Soft cover. $25.00 *
  212. Oliva, Leo E. Soldiers on the Santa Fe Trail. Discusses escorts, the impact of the Mexican War and Civil War as well as the soldiers’ life on the Santa Fe trail between 1829-1880. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1967. Blue cloth. $20.00 *

  213. SOLD O'Neal, Bill. Fighting Men of the Indian War: A Biographical Encyclopedia of the Mountain Men, Soldiers, Cowboys, and Pioneers who Took Up Arms During America's Westward Expansion. A compendium of America's Indian Wars and the the other pioneers who took part in them. Includes an exhaustive list of all the major battles and many minor skirmishes and incidents. 1st edition. Barbed Wire Press, 1991. Dust jacket. $40.00
  214. Parker, Gen. James. The Old Army Memories 1872-1918. Parker was with General Randald MacKenzie. Dorrance & Co., 1929. $250.00 *
  215. book coveer Parker James. The Old Army: Memories, 1872-1918. With a new introduction by Sandy Barnard. The story of Brigadier General James "Galloping Jim" Parker, who participated in several prominent battles, including Mackenzie's raids against the Kickapoo in 1878, the Ute campaign of 1879, and the Geronimo campaign. Parker also saw action in the Spanish American War and the Philippines insurrection. Frontier Classic Series. Stackpole Books, 2003. Soft cover. $19.95 *
  216. Perrine, Fred S. Military Escorts on Santa Fe Trail. Reprinted from the New Mexico Historical Review vol. II Nos. 2-3, April, July 1927. Brown wraps. $35.00 *

  217. Pohanka, Brian C., ed. Nelson A. Miles: Documentary Biography of his Military Career 1861-1903. Based on a manuscript found at West Point and is a compilation of Miles' own words and those of others he assembled, and gives insight into the military affairs and into the nature of Miles. In collaboration with John M. Carroll, foreword by Robert M. Utley. Arthur H. Clark Co., 1985. Dust jacket. $60.00 *
  218. Porter, Joseph C. Paper Medicine Man: John Gregory Bourke and his American West. The story of a U.S. Army officer who became an ethnologist, historican and profilic writer on the American West, based on prodigious research and Bourke's own voluminous diary. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1986. Dust jacket. $30.00 *
  219. Porter, Joseph C. Paper Medicine Man: John Gregory Bourke and his American West. The story of a U.S. Army officer who became an ethnologist, historican and profilic writer on the American West, based on prodigious research and Bourke's own voluminous diary. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $20.00 *

  220. Price, Ethel Jackson. Fort Huachuca: Images of America. Illustrated story of this Arizona military post. Arcadia Publishing, 2004. Soft cover. $19.95 *
  221. SOLD Priestley, Lee. Within Sound of the Bugle. Illustrated by Marquita Peterson. Stories of soldiers, settlers and Indians in southern New Mexico. Signed by the author. Yucca Tree Press, 1996. Soft cover. $7.95
  222. Prucha, Francis Paul. Broadax and Bayonet: The Role of the United States Army in the Development of the Northwest 1815-1860. This book describes the army's non-military contributions to the development of the Northwest, against the background of the frontier wilderness, brining into focus the civilizing role of the military in the upper Mississippi Valley. 1st edition. The State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1953. Dust jacket. $50.00 *
  223. Prucha, Francis Paul. The Sword of the Republic: The United States Army on the Frontier 1783-1846. History of the army in its new multifaceted role as agents of the republic during its earliest years. Macmillan Wars of the United States Series. 1st edition. Macmillan, 1969. Dust jacket with wear on the edges and small tear along top spine. $35.00 *

  224. Radbourne, Allan, ed. The Battle for Apache Pass: Reports of the California Volunteers. English Westerners' Society, 2005. Wraps. $17.50 *
  225. Radbourne, Allan. Company C., Indian Scouts, Arizona, 1882. Tells the story of the enlistment of an Apache Scout. Photographs. English Westerners Society, 2007. Wraps. $15.75 *

  226. *Rabourne, Allan. Mickey Free: Apache Captive, Interpreter, and Indian Scout. With additional research by Joyce L. Jauch. Thoughtful and engaging biography using archival records, printed sources, and Apache oral tradition to tell the story of Mickey Free who played diverse roles in the Apache wars of the 1870s and 1880s. Arizona Historical Society, 2005. Dust jacket. $34.95 *
  227. Railsback, Thomas C. and John P. Langellier. The Drums Would Roll: A Pictorial History of US Army Bands on the American Frontier 1866-1900. This is an aspect of military history that has received little attention. A unique collection of photographs and research provides a perceptive and authoritative study. Arms & Armour Press, 1987. Dust jacket. $20.00 *
  228. Randall, Kenneth A. Only the Echoes: The Life of Howard Bass Cushing. Although his life was short, Cushing began his military career as a private in the Civil War rising to the rank of lieutenant, later he transferred to the Third Cavalry in the Arizona Territories before dying in an Apache ambush in 1871. Limited, numbered signed edition. Yucca Tree Press, 1995. Dust jacket with wear on the edges. $35.00 *
  229. Randall, Kenneth A. Only the Echoes: The Life of Howard Bass Cushing. Although his life was short, Cushing began his military career as a private in the Civil War rising to the rank of lieutenant, later he transferred to the Third Cavalry in the Arizona Territories before dying in an Apache ambush in 1871. Yucca Tree Press, 1995. Soft cover. $12.95 *
  230. Reed, Bill. Fort McDowell - The "Most Unhappy Post". In the Journal of Arizona History, Autumn 1976. Arizona Historical Society, 1976. Pictorial wraps, front cover is 'Co. A, Apache Scouts, at Camp Apache in 1875.' $10.00 *

  231. SOLD Reed, Bill. The Last Bugle Call: A History of Fort McDowell Arizona Territory 1865 - 1890. A history of the early military post in the Salt River Valley. McClain Printing Co., 1977. Yellow soft cover, wear on front cover. $50.00
  232. Reedstrom, E. Lisle. Apache Wars: An Illustrated Battle History. Vivid account of the actions of the U.S. Cavalry and Apaches. Barnes & Noble Books, 1995. Dust jacket. $35.00 *
  233. SOLD Reedstrom, E. Lisle. Apache Wars: An Illustrated Battle History. Vivid account of the actions of the U.S. Cavalry and Apaches. 1st edition. Sterling, 1992. Soft cover, slighly worn. $22.00 *

  234. Regulations and Notes for the Uniform of the Army of the United States 1861. Compiled and edited by Jacques Noel Jacobsen. Pioneer Press, 1990. Blue wraps. $12.50 *

  235. Regulations and Notes for the Uniform of the Army of the United States 1872. Compiled and edited by Jacques Noel Jacobsen. Manor Publishing, 1972. White wraps. $15.00 *

  236. Rice, Josiah M. A Cannoneer in Navajo Country: Journal of Private Josiah M. Rice, 1851. Edited by Richard H. Dillon. Account of Rice's trip into Canyon de Chelly and then on to the Gila and San Pedro rivers. Published for the Denver Public Library by the Old West Publishing Co., 1970. Dust jacket with discoloration on spine and edge, oblong. $45.00 *

  237. Rickey, Don, Jr. Forty Miles a Day on Beans and Hay: The Enlisted Soldier Fighting the Indian Wars. What was life really like on the remote outposts of the American frontier? For this classic work, over 300 veterans of the Indian Wars were interviewed. 4th printing. Previous owner's name stamped on edges and front endsheet. University of Oklahoma Press. Dust jacket laminated. $30.00 *

  238. Rickey, Don, Jr. Forty Miles a Day on Beans and Hay: The Enlisted Soldier Fighting the Indian Wars. What was life really like on the remote outposts of the American frontier? For this classic work, over 300 veterans of the Indian Wars were interviewed. 3rd printing. University of Oklahoma Press. Dust jacket with minor wear. $55.00 *

  239. Rickey, Don, Jr. Forty Miles a Day on Beans and Hay: The Enlisted Soldier Fighting the Indian Wars. What was life really like on the remote outposts of the American frontier? For this classic work, over 300 veterans of the Indian Wars were interviewed. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $19.95 *
  240. Rickey, Don. War in the West: The Indian Campaigns. Overview of military actions. Custer Battlefield Historical Museum Association, 1956. Wraps. $15.00 *

  241. Robinson, Charles M., III. General Crook and the Western Frontier. A thoroughly researched, comprehensive, and well-presented volume, using a broad range of primary and secondary sources, including offical documents and private papers. University of Oklahoma Press, 2001. Dust jacket. $39.95 *
  242. Rodney, George Brydges. As A Cavalryman Remembers. The story of a soldier who spent more than thirty-four years with the Guidons. Previous owner's inscription on front end sheet. 1st edition. Caxton Printers, 1944. Blue cloth. $65.00 *
  243. campaigning king Russell, Don Campaigning with King: Charles King, Chronicler of the Old Army. Edited with an introduction by Paul L. Hedren. University of Nebraska Press, 1991. Dust jacket. $25.00 Special $15.00 *
  244. Russell, Don. One Hundred and Three Fights and Scrimmages: The Story of General Reuben F. Bernard. With a new introduction by Edwin Sweeney. Bernard had a remarkable military career, serving three years in the Civil War as well as seeing action against the Indian forces in the West. He claimed to have fought in more engagements than any other officer of his day, including campaigns against the Apache, Moduc, and Paiute. Frontier Classics Series. Stackpole Books, 2003. Soft cover. $14.95 *
  245. SOLD Santala, Major Russel D. The Ute Campaign of 1879: A Study in the Use of the Military Instrument. U.S. Army Command and General Staff College. 1993. Soft cover. $15.00
  246. The School of the Battery Commander: 75 M/M Gun and 155 M/M Howitzer. Field Artillery School. From the pamphlet of the Saumur Artillery School. With foldout diagrams and charts. Previous owner's name and stamp, a member of the Field Artillery, on front endsheet. 2nd edition. Fort Sill, June 1920. Blue cloth, worn on edges. $45.00 *
  247. Schreier, Jim. Camp Reno: Outpost in Apacheria, 1867-1870. Foreword by Dan L. Thrapp. Limited to 150 copies. Presentation copy signed by the author. Arizona Historical Society, 1992. Tan cloth and paper boards. $65.00 *
  248. Schreier, Jim. Camp Reno: Outpost in Apacheria, 1867-1870. Foreword by Dan L. Thrapp. Cover rubbed. Arizona Historical Society, 1992. Soft cover. $15.00 *

  249. Schubert, Frank N. Vanguard of Expansion: Army Engineers in the Trans-Mississippi West 1819-1879. Department of the Army, Office of the Chief of Engineers, Historical Division, Government Printing Office, 1980. Soft cover. $17.50 *
  250. Simmons, Marc. Horse Race at Fort Fauntleroy: An Incident of the Navajo Wars. La Gaceta. El Corral de Santa Fe Westerners, 1970. Wraps. $8.00 *

  251. Simmons, Marc. Massacre on the Lordsburg Road: Tragedy of the Apache Wars. The story of the killing and kidnapping of the McComas family in 1883 by the Apache raiders and telling of General Crook's Sierra Madre campaign. 1st edition. Texas A&M University Press, 1997. Dust jacket. $29.95 *
  252. Simmons, Marc. Massacre on the Lordsburg Road: Tragedy of the Apache Wars. The story of the killing and kidnapping of the McComas family in 1883 by the Apache raiders and telling of General Crook's Sierra Madre campaign. 1st edition. Texas A&M University Press, 1997. Soft cover. $17.95 *

  253. Simpson, James H. Navaho Expedition: Journal of a Military Reconnaissance from Santa Fe, New Mexico, to the Navajo Country, Made in 1849. Edited and annotated by Frank McNitt. McNitt's knowledge of the region, careful research of primary and secondary sources permeate the volume. Simpson undertook the first survey of Navaho country. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1964. Dust jacket worn on edges. $50.00 *

  254. Simpson, James H. Navaho Expedition: Journal of a Military Reconnaissance from Santa Fe, New Mexico, to the Navajo Country, Made in 1849. Edited and annotated by Frank McNitt, a new foreword by Durwood Ball. McNitt's knowledge of the region, careful research of primary and secondary sources permeate the volume. Simpson undertook the first survey of Navaho country. University of Oklahoma Press, 2003. Soft cover. $19.95 *

  255. Sladen, Joseph Alton. Making Peace with Cochise: The 1872 Journal of Captain Joseph Alton Sladen. Edited by Edwin R. Sweeney and foreword by Frank J. Sladen, Jr. Sladen's account of General Oliver O. Howard's mission to find and make peace with Cochise in the autumn of 1872. University of Oklahoma Press, 1997. Dust jacket. $35.00 *
  256. Sladen, Joseph Alton. Making Peace with Cochise: The 1872 Journal of Captain Joseph Alton Sladen. Edited by Edwin R. Sweeney and foreword by Frank J. Sladen, Jr. Sladen's account of General Oliver O. Howard's mission to find and make peace with Cochise in the autumn of 1872. University of Oklahoma Press, 1997. Soft cover. $19.95 *

  257. dont sett Smith, Cornelius, C., Jr. Don't Settle for Second: Life and Times of Cornelius C. Smith. Foreword by Sen. Barry Goldwater. Smith's military career spanned thirty years, from 1890 to 1920 in which he participated in the final Indian campaigns to the brutal conquest of the Moros on the Philippine Islands to the start of the American Labor movement. 1st edition. Presidio Press, 1977. Dust jacket. $15.00 *
  258. Smith, Cornelius C., Jr. Fort Huachuca: The Story of a Frontier Post. The most valuable history of the Army post in southern Arizona. Includes foldout map. Previous owner's name on inside cover. GPO, 1981. Soft cover with minor wear. $30.00 *
  259. Smith, Duane A. A Time for Peace: Fort Lewis, Colorado, 1878-1891. Chronicles the history of southwest Colorado's Fort Lewis and the soldiers who lived on this isolated. Signed by the author. University Press of Colorado, 2006. Dust jacket. $40.00 *
  260. Smith, Sherry L. The View from Officers' Row: Army Perceptions of Western Indians. Reviewing the period from 1848 to 1890 and drawing primarily on personal documents, the study reveals the officers and their wives often developed a great respect for Indians and their cultures. University of Arizona Press, 1990. Dust jacket. $35.00 *
  261. Smith, Thomas Tyree. Fort Inge: Sharps, Spurs, and Sabers on the Texas Frontier 1849-1869. History of one of the most important military posts on the Texas frontier. Information is drawn from contemporary accounts, diaries, letters, recollections and military correspondence. 1st edition. Eakin Press, 1993. Dust jacket. $100.00 *
  262. The Smoke Signal. Two articles, "W. H. Bold Emory's Notes of a Military Reconnaisance: a survey of Arizona's Gila River, 1846," by Bob Cunningham and "The March of the Mormon Battalion, 1846" by Margaret Maxwell. Tucson Corral of the Westerners, Fall 1996. Wraps. $7.50 *

  263. Sperry, T. J. Fort Union: A Photo History. Illustrated look at this New Mexico military post. Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, 1991. Wraps. $7.50 *

  264. SOLD Stacey, May Humphreys. Uncle Sam's Camels: The Journal of May Humphreys Stacey, Supplemented by the Report of ... (1856-1858). Edited by Lewis Burt Lesly. Cambridge, Mass. 1929 First Edition 298 pps. $ 150.00

  265. Stacey, May Humphreys. Uncle Sam's Camels: The Journal of May Humphreys Stacey Supplemented by the Report of Edward Fitzgerald Beale (1857-1858). Edited by Lewis Burt Lesley. One of the best studies of Lt. Beale's camel expedition out west. Reprint of 1929 edition. Rio Grande Press, 1970. Blue decorated cloth. $45.00 *
  266. Stacey, May Humphreys. Uncle Sam's Camels: The Journal of May Humphreys Stacey Supplemented by the Report of Edward Fitzgerald Beale (1857-1858). Edited by Lewis Burt Lesley. With a new foreward by Paul Andrew Hutton. One of the best studies of Lt. Beale's camel expedition out west. Huntington Library Press, 2006. Soft cover. $24.95 *
  267. Stevens, Lt. Col. Phillip H. Search Out the Land: A History of American Military Scouts. Traces the history of military scouts from the French and Indian Wars to Vietnam, highlighting some of the famous scouts, such as Buffalo Bill and the Apache scouts. 1st edition. Rand McNally, 1969. Dust jacket with minor rubbing. $25.00 *

  268. SOLD Stout, Joseph A., Jr. Apache Lightning: The Last Great Battles of the Ojo Calientes. Even-handed, dispassionte and honest view of this brutal 1870s campaign against the Apaches, led by Victorio. 1st edition. Oxford University Press, 1974. Dust jacket with minor wear. $22.50
  269. SOLD Swartley, Ron. Old Forts of the Apache Wars: A Travel Guide to 17 old Forts in Arizona, New Mexico, and West Texas. Frontier Image Press, 1999. Wraps. $17.50 *
  270. Sweeney, Edwin R. Merejildo Grijalva: Apache Captive, Army Scout. The story of Grijalva who was captured by the Chiricahua Apaches was Cochise's interpreter; he later escaped and became a scout. Texas Western Press, 1992. Soft cover. $20.00 *
  271. Sweeny, Lt. Thomas W. Journal of Lt. Thomas W. Sweeny 1849-1853. Edited by Arthur Woodward. Contains information about his days in Yuma. Westernlore Press, 1956. Red cloth with gold lettering on spine. $75.00
  272. Talbot, Theodore. Soldier in the West: Letters of Theodore Talbot During His Services in California, Mexico and Oregon, 1845-54. Edited by Robert V. Hine and Savoie Lottinville. A detailed source of information on the Fremont expedition, the conquest of California and his time in Vera Cruz. American Exploration and Travel Series. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1972. Dust jacket. $30.00 *
  273. Tate, Michael L. The Frontier Army in the Settlement of the West. This book examines the army's non-martial contributions to western development, dispelling timeworn stereotypes. The army conducted explorations, compiled scientific and artistic records, built roads, aided travelers and improved river transportation. University of Oklahoma Press, 1999. Dust jacket. $25.00 *
  274. Tate, Michael L. The Frontier Army in the Settlement of the West. This book examines the army's non-martial contributions to western development, dispelling timeworn stereotypes. The army conducted explorations, compiled scientific and artistic records, built roads, aided travelers and improved river transportation. University of Oklahoma Press, 1999. Soft cover. $19.95 *

  275. Thompson, Gerald. Edward F. Beale & the American West. Drawing upon the rich resources of over three hundred libraries, museums, and archives, Thompson has re-created the exciting life of Beale. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1983. Dust jacket. $35.00 *
  276. Thrapp, Dan L. Al Sieber: Chief of Scouts. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1964. Black cloth. $115.00 *
  277. Thrapp, Dan L. Al Sieber: Chief of Scouts. Foreword by Donald E. Worcester. Biography of a key figure in General Crook's final defeat of the Apaches. University of Oklahoma Press, 1995. Soft cover still in shrink wrap. $45.00 *

  278. Thrapp, Dan L. Al Sieber: Chief of Scouts. Foreword by Donald E. Worcester. Biography of a key figure in General Crook's final defeat of the Apaches. University of Oklahoma Press, reprint. Soft cover. $24.95 *

  279. Thrapp, Dan L. General Crook and the Sierra Madre Adventure. A carefully documented account of the events leading to the Apache entrenchment and the inevitable United States Army expedition against these Indians in the Sierra Madre. Map in pocket. Presentation copy signed by the author. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1972. Dust jacket with wear. $125.00 *
  280. SOLD Thrapp, Dan L. General Crook and the Sierra Madre Adventure. A carefully documented account of the events leading to the Apache entrenchment and the inevitable United States Army expedition against these Indians in the Sierra Madre. Map in pocket. University of Oklahoma Press, 1972. Soft cover. $35.00
  281. Thrapp, Dan L. Conquest of Apacheria. Story of the military actions against the Apaches. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1967. Dust jacket with minor wear, discolored on top edge. $110.00 *
  282. Thrapp, Dan L. Conquest of Apacheria. Story of the military actions against the Apaches. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. University of Oklahoma Press, 1975. Dust jacket with minor wear. $40.00 *

  283. Thrapp, Dan L. Conquest of Apacheria. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $24.95 *

  284. Thorne, Dr. V. Keith. White Eyes, Long Knives and Renegade Indians: General Crook's Arizona Campaigns against the Yavapai and Apache Indians. An updated and revised version. Thorne Publications, 1993. Wraps. $4.95 *
  285. Those Early Days: Oldtimers' Memoirs Oak Creek-Sedona and the Verde Valley Region of Northern Arizona. Compiled by the Sedona Westerners. Stories of northern Arizona. Copy presented to Don Dedera by the Sedona Westerners. 1968. Soft cover wraps with illustration by Charlie Dye, orange spine faded. $50.00 *

  286. Tolman, Newton F. The Search for General Miles. The extraordinary biography of one of America's most extraordinary military heroes. G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1968. Dust jacket with minor wear and pieces missing from top and bottom of spine. $45.00 *

  287. Trail Guide to Fort Bowie. Fort Bowie National Historic Site. Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, 1987. Wraps. $7.50 *
  288. Traywick, Ben T. Thunder Fort: The Story of Fort Huachuca. Tombstone. 1972. Wraps, stain on upper right from cover. $10.00 *
  289. SOLD Truscott, Lucian K.,, Jr. The Twilight of the U.S. Cavalry: Life in the Old Army, 1917-1942. The story told by one who was a part of the horse cavalry. University Press of Kansas, 1998. Soft cover. $15.95
  290. Turner, Henry Smith. The Original Journals of Henry Smith Turner: With Stephen Watts Kearny to New Mexico and California 1846-1847. Edited and with an introduction by Dwight L. Clarke. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1966. Dust jacket. $50.00 *
  291. Twitchell, Ralph Emerson. The History of the Military Occupation of the Territory of New Mexico from 1846 to 1851 by the Government of the United States. Together with biographical sketches of men prominent in the conduct of the government during that period. Former library copy with markings on spine and inside cover, otherwise copy is very good. Reprint of 1909 edition. Rio Grande Press, 1963. Blue cloth. $25.00 *

  292. Underhill, Lonnie E. Genealogy Records of the First Arizona Volunteer Infantry Regiment. A list of soldiers in Arizona, including many Native Americans. Limited edition of 50 copies, signed and numbered. Roan Horse Press, 1980. Soft cover. $75.00 *
  293. U.S. Army. Department of Arizona. Roster of Troops Serving in the Department of Arizona Commanded by Colonel August V. Kautz., Eighth Infantry. Prescott, A.T. October 1875. Photocopy, stapled wraps. $10.00 *
  294. SOLD U.S. Army. Department of Arizona Headquarters. Letter from the Office of Inspector of Rifle Practice, T. J. Clay, 1st Lt. 10th Infantry, to Assistant Adjutant General, Dept. of Arizona , November 26, 1887. Original government publication, with two holes punched. Wraps. $35.00
  295. SOLD U.S. Army. Military Division of the Missouri. Record of Engagements with Hostile Indians within the Military Divison of the Missouri, from 1868 to 1882, Lt General P. H. Sheridan. Compiled at headquarters from the official records. Facsimile reprint. Old Army Press, 1969. Blue cloth. $35.00
  296. SOLD U.S. Cavalry Association. Cavalry Combat. Tractical evolution of cavalry with chapters on strategy and techniques with discussions of European, and Middle Eastern campaigns. Half title page cut. Maps on endsheets with wear. Telegraph Press, 1937. Gold cloth with gold decorations. $100.00
  297. U.S. Military Academy. West Point. Official Register of the Officers and Cadets of the U.S. Military Academy. June 1873. Original government publication. Wraps, red tape at edge. $25.00 *
  298. SOLD U.S. War Department. Abstract of Infantry Tactics; including Exercises and Maneuvers of Light-Infantry and Rifleman for the use of the Militia of the United States. Includes maps and diagrams, with last plate defective. Hilliard, Gray, Little and Wilkins, 1830. Original leather binding, showing appropriate wear. $50.00
  299. SOLD U.S. War Department. General Staff. Provisional Drill and Service Regulations for Field Artillery (Horse and Light) 1916. Volume 1, parts 1-3. Corrected to April 15, 1917. Military Publishing Co. Red cloth. $45.00
  300. Urwin, Gregory J. W. The United States Infantry: An Illustrated History 1775-1918. Illustrated by Darby Erd. An excellent job of explaining the differences in uniforms and equipment besides providing an introductory volume for anyone. University of Oklahoma Press, 2000. Soft cover. $14.95 *
  301. Utley, Robert M. A Clash of Cultures: Fort Bowie and the Chiricahua Apaches. Contains contemporary photographs. Cover is rubbed. National Park Service, 1977. Soft cover. $25.00 *
  302. Vandervort, Bruce. Indian Wars of Mexico, Canada and the United States, 1812 - 1900. Includes chapters on the Conquest of Apacheria, 1860 - 1886, War on the Plains, 1848-1877 (including Little Big Horn) and the Indian wars in Mexico, 1821 - 1876. Routledge, 2006. Soft cover. $36.95 *

  303. Van Orden, Jay. Geronimo's Surrender: The 1886 C. S. Fly Photographs. Text with images. Mueum Monograph No. 8. Arizona Historical Society, 2001. Wraps. $10.00 *

  304. Veil, Charles Henry. The Memoirs of Charles Henry Veil: A Soldier's Recollections of the Civil War and the Arizona Territory. Edited with an introduction by Herman J. Viola. 1st edition. Orion Books, 1993. Dust jacket. $17.50 *
  305. SOLD Walker, J. G. The Navajo Reconnaissance: A Military Exploration of the Navajo Country in 1859 by Captain J. G. Walker and Maj. O. L. Shepherd. Edited with an introduction and notes by L. R. Bailey. Previously unpublished reports of exploration through Navajo Country. Special printing of 600 copies. 1st edition. Westernlore Press, 1964. Dust jacket. $50.00
  306. Waterstrat, Elaine. Commanders and Chiefs. A brief history of Fort McDowell, Arizona (1865-1890) its officers and men and the Indians they were ordered to subdue. Signed by the author. 1st edition. Mount McDowell Press, 1993. Soft cover with slight discoloration on front cover. $8.50 *
  307. SOLD Watson, Samuel J. Jackson's Sword: The Army Officer Corps on the American Frontier, 1810-1821. Captures an era on the eve of military professionalism to shed new light on the military’s role in the early republic. University Press of Kansas, 2012. Dust jacket. $39.95

  308. Watson, Samuel J. Peacekeepers and Conquerors: The Army Officer Corps on the American Frontier 1821-1846. Examines a broad swath of military activity betginning with campaigns against southeastern Indians, the Creeks, Cherokee and the Seminole; along the northern border with Canada and then in the Southwest and Texas. Watson showshow the government trusted career army officers to serve as federal, international, internethnic enfrcers and peacekeepers. 1st printing. University Press of Kansas, 2013. Dust jacket. $49.95 *

  309. Way, Thomas E. Sgt. Fred Platten's Ten Years on the Trail of the Redskins. Illustrations by Frances Wells Roberts. Story of Platten's exploits from the staked plains of Kansas to the haunts of the dread Apaches in Arizona. 1st edition.Williams News Press, 1959. Blue oversize wraps. $50.00 *
  310. Wellman, Paul I. The Indian Wars of the West. A reissue in one volume of Death on the Prairie and Death in the Desert. A recounting of the principal campaigns between the white man and the Indian for the control of the West. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. Doubleday & Company, 1954. Dust jacket. $30.00 *

  311. Werstein, Irving, Kearny the Magnificent: The Story of General Philip Kearny, 1815-1862. Biography of a fearless warrior who fought in five wars, including the Mexican War and the Civil War. John Day Co., 1962. Dust jacket with minor wear. $25.00 *
  312. SOLD Wharfield, Colonel H. B. Fort Yuma on the Colorado River. Written by a former Lieutenant of the 10th Cavalry. The military story of the post. Previous owner underlined portions of text. 1968. Soft cover. $20.00
  313. SOLD Wharfield, H.B. Cibicue Creek Fight in Arizona: 1881. Signed by Wharfield. 1971. Wraps. $50.00
  314. Wharfield, Harold B. With Scouts and Cavalry at Fort Apache. Edited by John Alexander Carroll. Story of Lt. Wharfield's life and activities at Fort Apache, the 10th Cavalry and history of the Apache Scouts. Label of previous owner on inside front cover. Arizona Pioneers Historical Society, 1965. Blue cloth with gilt lettering $70.00
  315. Wheeler, Colonel Homer W. Buffalo Days: The Personal Narrative of a Cattleman, Indian Fighter & Army Officer. Introduction by Thomas W. Dunlay. Filled with interesting stories and sketches; an enlisted man who was commissioned in the 5th Cavalry in 1875 and was posted in Nebraska, Kansas, Wyoming, Texas and Oklahoma where he won his greatest fame as a commander of Indian scouts. University of Nebraska Press. Soft cover. $15.00 *

  316. SOLD Whipple, A. W. The Whipple Report: Journal of an Expedition from San Diego, California, to the Rio Colorado, from September 11 to December 11, 1849. With an introduction, notes and bibliography by E. I. Edwards. A special printing of 900 copies. Previous owner's name and bookplate on inside front cover. Westernlore Press, 1961. Dust jacket. $60.00
  317. Wilson, Britt W. Lieutenant Morton's 1871 Scout from Camp Verde, Arizona Territory. A factual account of one of the most successful military accounts against Apache Indians during the Apache Indian wars. Signed by the author. Britt Wilson, 1997. Wraps. $30.00 *
  318. Wilson, John P. Military Campaigns in the Navajo Country, Northwestern New Mexico, 1800 - 1846. Museum of New Mexico Research Records No. 5. Illustrated pamphlet with information on the early military encounters. Museum of New Mexico Press, 1967. Soft cover. $20.00 *

  319. SOLD Wood, Leonard. Chasing Geronimo: The Journal of Leonard Wood, May-September, 1886. Edited with introduction and epilogue by Jack C. Lane. The diary of a medical officer, not previously published, tells the dramatic story of the last campaign against Geronimo. It was the only journal kept by anyone on that expedition. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1970. Dust jacket. $50.00
  320. Wood, Leonard. Chasing Geronimo: The Journal of Leonard Wood, May-September, 1886. The diary of a medical officer, which tells the dramatic story of the last campaign against Geronimo. It was the only journal kept by anyone on that expedition. Edited and with an introduction and epilogue by Jack C. Lane. With a new preface by the editor. University of Nebraska Press, 2009. Soft cover. $14.95 *

  321. Woodward, Arthur. Camels and Surveyors in Death Valley: The Nevada-California Border Survey of 1861. Stories of camels and men crossing Death Valley with illustrations of Ft. Tejon and E. F. Beale. Death Valley '49ers, Inc., 1961. Gray wraps. $50.00 *
  322. Wooster, Robert. The American Military Frontiers: The United States Army in the West, 1783 - 1900. An examination of the fundamental importance of military affairs to social, economic and political life throughout the borderlands and western frontiers. Integrating the work of other military historians as well as tapping into a broad array of primary materials, Wooster offers a multifaceted narrative that will shape our understanding of the frontier military experience. University of New Mexico Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $39.95 *

  323. Wooster, Robert. The American Military Frontiers: The United States Army in the West, 1783 - 1900. An examination of the fundamental importance of military affairs to social, economic and political life throughout the borderlands and western frontiers. Integrating the work of other military historians as well as tapping into a broad array of primary materials, Wooster offers a multifaceted narrative that will shape our understanding of the frontier military experience. University of New Mexico Press, 2012. Soft cover. $29.95 *

  324. Wooster, Robert. The Military & United States Indian Policy 1865 - 1903. An important work that gives an able survey of military strategy against western Indian tribes, characterizations of leading personalities and places it in context of the events happing in the world. University of Nebraska Press, 1995. Soft cover. $12.50 *
  325. Wooster, Robert. Nelson A. Miles & the Twilight of the Frontier Army. Miles served in the Army from 1865-1890 and was involved in the Red River War, the Sioux campaign of 1876-77, the Nez Perce War, the Geronimo campaign, and the Ghost Dance uprising. University of Nebraska, 1993. Dust jacket. $40.00 *
  326. SOLD Wooster, Robert. Nelson A. Miles & the Twilight of the Frontier Army. Miles served in the Army from 1865-1890 and was involved in the Red River War, the Sioux campaign of 1876-77, the Nez Perce War, the Geronimo campaign, and the Ghost Dance uprising. University of Nebraska, 1993. Soft cover. $18.00

  327. Yenne, Bill. Indian Wars: The Campaign for the American West. An analysis of the Indian Wars, dispelling notions that American Indians were simply attempting to stop encroachment on their homelands or that they shared common views on how to approach Europeans - these wars were part of a general long-term strategyby the U.S. Army to control the West as well as extensions of conflicts among native peoples that predated European contact. Discusses the Plains Sioux war and the campaign in the Southwest. Westholme, 2005. Dust jacket. $26.00 *
  328. Young, Otis E. The United States Mounted Ranger Battalion, 1832 - 1833. Story of the early Dragoons. Signed by the author. Reprinted from Mississippi Valley Historical Review, 1954. Wraps. $5.00 *

Southwest

  1. Abert, Lt. J. W. Western America in 1846 - 1847: The Original Travel Diary of Lieutenant J. W. Abert who mapped New Mexico for the United States Army. With illustrations in color from his sketchbook. Edited by John Galvin. Limited to 3000 copies. John Howell, 1966. White cloth with decorated cactus and COE emblem, oversize. $25.00 *
  2. Across the Plains to Santa Fe. Exhibition Catalog of rare books by Jane Lenz Elder, detailing travel across the Southwest on the Santa Fe trail. Limited edition of 1500 copies. DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University Press, 1993. White cloth with leather label. $35.00

  3. Adams, Ansel. Photographs of the Southwest: Selected Photographs made from 1928 to 1968 in Arizona, California, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas and Utah with a statement by the photographer and An Essay on the Land by Lawrence Clark Powell. Beautiful photographs of the natural landscape, culture and people. 1st edition. Warping of pages on bottom. New York Graphic Society, Little Brown, 1976. Dust jacket, oblong, with some wear. $60.00

  4. Adams, Ansel. Photographs of the Southwest with An Essay on the Land by Lawrence Clark Powell. Beautiful photographs of the natural landscape, culture and people. 5th printing. New York Graphic Society, Little Brown, 1994. Dust jacket, olong. $40.00

  5. Adams, Clarence Siringo. For Old Times' Sake. Collection of New Mexico stories. Signed by the author. Hall-Poorbaugh Press, 1980. Red cloth. $25.00

  6. *Alcala, Kathleen. The Desert Remembers My Name: On Family and Writing. A collection of personal essays by a Chicana writer and gifted storyteller. University of Arizona Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $32.00

  7. *Alcala, Kathleen. The Desert Remembers My Name: On Family and Writing. A collection of personal essays by a Chicana writer and gifted storyteller. University of Arizona Press, 2007. Soft cover. $14.95

  8. Alessi, Joan E. Descansos: The Sacred Landscape of New Mexico. A bilingual photographic view of a cultural art form - crosses of acknowledging the death of loved ones. Fresco Fine Art Publications, 2006. Soft cover oversize. $45.00
  9. Amador, Jose Maria and Lorenzo Asisara. Californio Voices: The Oral Memoirs of Jose Maria Amador and Lorenzo Asisara. Translated and edited by Gregoio Mora-Torres. An invaluable sources of information about life in California during the nineteenth century from the unique perspective of the people who lived during that time. University of North Texas Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $29.95
  10. SOLD Anderson, Joan B. and James Gerber. Fifty Years of Change on the U.S. - Mexico Border: Growth, Development, and Quality of Life. Photographs by Lisa Foster. Discusses such issues as income, equity, poverty, immigration, manufacturing and the environment. 1st edition. University of Texas Press, 2008. Black cloth. $60.00
  11. Apostol, Jane. El Alisal: Here History Lingers. Story of Charles Fletcher Lummis and his home in southern California and the Historical Society of Southern California. Book designed by Ward Ritchie. Special edition limited to 250 copies signed by Apostol and Ritchie. Historical Society of Southern Califoria, 1994. Green cloth with gold lettering and decoration in matching slipcase. $55.00

  12. Arnold, Oren. Thunder in the Southwest: Echoes from the Wild Frontier. Illustrated by Nick Eggenhofer. Colorful stories of the West from Bisbee to Judge Roy Bean. 1st edition. Previous owner's name on title page. University of Oklahoma Press, 1952. Dust jacket, worn on edges. $20.00

  13. Babcock, Earl. The Hellbenders: An Historical Novel of the Santa Trail and the Conquest of New Mexico. A blend of true history and pure fiction. Mendenhall, 1980. Dust jacket. $10.00
  14. Baca, Elmo. Santa Fe Fantasy: Quest for the Golden City. Illustrated look at this New Mexico city. Foreword by Greer Garson. 1st edition. Clear Light Publishers, 1994. Dust jacket, oversize. $15.00

  15. Bachrach, Arthur J. D. H. Lawrence in New Mexico: "The Time is Different There." Provides information on Lawrence's writings and the influence living in the mountains of New Mexico had upon him. University of New Mexico Press, 2006. Soft cover. $15.95
  16. Bakker, Elna and Richard G. Lillard. The Great Southwest: The Story of a Land and Its People. Filled with images and drawings. American West Publishing Co., 1972. Orange cloth. $22.50
  17. Balcomb, Kenneth C. A Boy's Albuquerque, 1898-1912. A delightful remembrance of a turn-of-the century western village about to become a city. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1980. Dust jacket. $22.50
  18. Ballantine, Bill. High West. Family story of travels in the West in the 1960s. 1st printing. Rand McNally, 1969. Dust jacket. $15.00

  19. Bandelier, Adolph F. Adolph F. Bandelier's The Discovery of New Mexico by the Franciscan Monk Friar Marcos de Niza in 1539. Translated and edited with an introduction and notes by Madeleine Turrell Rodack. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 1981. Decorated brown cloth. $32.50

  20. SOLD Barile, Mary Collins. The Santa Fe Trail in Missouri. An easy to read introduction to Missouri's part of the trail describing the origin and development of the trail and what the travelers could find and some of the famous people on the trail. University of Missouri Press, 2010. Soft cover. $16.95

  21. Baxter, John O. Las Carneradas: Sheep Trade in New Mexico 1700-1860. An important part of New Mexico's history of agriculture, this book details the growth of herds of hardy churro sheep from Mexico. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press in cooperation with the Historical Society of New Mexico, 1987. Dust jacket. $27.50

  22. Beachum, Larry M. William Becknell: Father of the Santa Fe Trade. Story of one of the early pioneers in New Mexico. Southwestern Studies Monograph No. 68. Texas Western Press, 1982. Tan cloth with red spine and mylar covering. $35.00

  23. Beachum, Larry M. William Becknell: Father of the Santa Fe Trade. Story of one of the early pioneers in New Mexico. Southwestern Studies Monograph No. 68. Texas Western Press, 1982. Soft cover. $15.00

  24. SOLD Bean, Lowell John and William Marvin Mason. Diaries & Accounts of the Romero Expeditions in Arizona and California 1823-1826. Foreword by Clarence E. Smith. Account of the explorations of California and Mexican officials leading an overland route between Sonora and Alta California. Published for the Palm Springs Desert Museum by the Ward Ritchie Press, 1962. Dust jacket. $50.00

  25. Baer, Morley. Room and Time Enough: The Land of Mary Austin. Photographs by Baer, introduction by Augst Fink, lines by Mary Austin. Photographic accompaniment to the literary landscapes of Mary Austin. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1979. Dust jacket. $30.00

  26. Beath, Mary. Hiking Along: Trails Out, Trails Home. Text and illustrations by the author. Stories of the relationship between people and the environment. University of New Mexico Press, 2008. Soft cover. $19.95

  27. SOLD Beck, Warren A. and Ynez D. Haase. Historical Atlas of New Mexico. Maps containing all types of information about the state. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1969. Soft cover oversize, with wear. $12.50

  28. Beck, Warren A. New Mexico: A History of Four Centuries. History of the land and many cultures of the people. 2nd printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1963. Dust jacket with minor wear on spine edges. $15.00

  29. Benavides, Fray Alonso de. A Harvest of Reluctant Souls: Fray Alonso de Benavides's History of New Mexico, 1630. Translated with a revised introduction and notes by Baker H. Morrow. University of New Mexico Press, 2012. Soft cover. $19.95.

  30. SOLD Benrimo, Dorothy. Camposantos: A Photographic Essay. With a commentary by Rebecca Salsbury James and historical notes by E. Boyd. Pictorial work on the cemeteries and crosses of Hispanic America. 1st edition. Amon Carter Museum of Western Art, 1966. Mylar jacket over decorative binding. $50.00
  31. Benson, Nancy C. New Mexico Colcha Club: Spanish Colonial Embroidery & the Women who Saved it. History, beauty and various styles of the embroidery and the story of the women who saved this folk art. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2008. Soft cover oversize. $34.95

  32. Berman, Michael P. Gila. 2 volume set in slipcase. Volume 1: Radical Visions. Essays about the Gila Wilderness by 13 authors. Edited with a foreword by Mary Anne Redding. Volume 2: The Enduring Silence. Photographs by Michael P. Berman. Museum of New Mexico, 2012. 2 volume set in slipcase. $50.00

  33. Berry, Susan and Sharman Apt Russell. Built to Last: An Architectural History of Silver City, New Mexico. Revised second edition with a new foreward by Marc Simmons. Contemporary photographs by Bob McCullough. A look at the city using historic and current images. Blurb from Books of the Southwest pasted on title page. Silver City Museum Society, 1995. Soft cover, oversize with minor wear. $15.00 *

  34. Bischoff, Matt C. The Desert Training Center / California-Arizona Maneuver Area, 1942-1944: Historical and Archaeological Contexts. Prepared for the Bureau of Land Management, reviewing the activities of the military in this area during World War II. Statistical Research, 2000. Soft cover oversize. $50.00

  35. SOLD Bischoff, Matt C. The Desert Training Center / California-Arizona Maneuver Area, 1942-1944 Volume 2: Historical and Archaeological Contexts for the Arizona Desert. Prepared for the Bureau of Land Management, reviewing the activities of the military in this area during World War II. Statistical Research, 2008. Soft cover oversize. $30.00

  36. Blackmar, Frank W. Spanish Institutions of the Southwest. Reprint of the 1891 edition with a new introducgtion. Rio Grande Press, 1976. Salmon decorated cloth. $25.00

  37. Bokovoy, Matthew F. The San Diego World's Fairs and the Southwestern Memory, 1880-1940. Examines architecture and landscape, Native American shows, civic pageants, tourist imagery and the production of history for celebration and exhibitations at each of the fairs as a legacy to reimagine Native and Hispanic Southwest. University of New Mexico Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $29.95

  38. Bonney, Cecil. Looking Over My Shoulder: Seventy-five Years in the Pecos Valley. 1st edition. Introduction by Peter Hurd. Endpaper map by Jose Cisneros. Autobiography of a New Mexican journalist whose newspaper experience gave him a wide acquaintance with a vast knowledge of the people and trends to southeastern New Mexico. Hall-Poorbaugh, 1971. Dust jacket shows minor wear. $50.00
  39. Boyd, E. New Mexico Santos: Religious Images in the Spanish New World. Illustrations by Frances Breese. Edited and with a foreword by Yvonne Lange. Illustrated guide to the various Santos. Revised edition. Museum of New Mexico Press, 1995. Soft cover. $5.00

  40. Boyd, E. Popular Arts of Spanish New Mexico. Details the crafts of textiles, woodworking, metals, paintings, architecture, Santos and the people including the Penitentes of New Mexico. Illustrated with color and black and white images of the crafts. Minor wear on front endsheet. Museum of New Mexico Press, 1974. Dust jacket with minor wear and small tear on lower front cover. $45.00

  41. SOLD Boyle, Susan Calafate. Los Capitalistas: Hispano Merchants and the Santa Fe Trade. Recounts the history of the Hispano merchances in the nineteenth-century overland trade between Santa Fe and the Missouri frontier. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1997 . Dust jacket. $45.00
  42. SOLD Bradfute, Richard Wells. The Court of Private Land Claims : The Adjudication of Spanish and Mexican Land Grant Titles, 1891-1904. A detailed history of one judicial body which was set up to resolve the land disputes. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1975. Soft cover. $20.00
  43. Brandi, John. The Cowboy from Phantom Banks and other Stories from southeastern New Mexico. Introduction by John Nichols. Floating Island Publications, 1982. Soft cover. $12.50
  44. Bratton. New Mexico: Mythology - Tradition - History. A brief histoical outline extending back to the Spanish Conquest of Mexico through the acquisition of the Territory by the Unied States down totttt the present date. 71st Congress, 2d Session, Senate Document No. 147. GPO, 1930. Wraps. $35.00

  45. Brewer, Robert and Steve McDowell. The Persistence of Memory: New Mexico's Churches. With photographs and text, the authors have recorded many of the adobe churches of New Mexico. Foreword by Robert Coles. Museum of New Mexico Press, 1990. Dust jacket, oblong. $25.00

  46. Brewer, Robert and Steve McDowell. The Persistence of Memory: New Mexico's Churches. With photographs and text, the authors have recorded many of the adobe churches of New Mexico. Foreword by Robert Coles. Museum of New Mexico Press, 1990. Soft cover, oblong. $18.50

  47. Briggs, L. Vernon. Arizona and New Mexico 1882 California 1886 Mexico 1891. First hand account of Briggs's travel in the Southwest. Contains information on the Apache War, Geronimo, Tombstone, Buffalo Bill and the Grand Army of the Republic. Reprint. Argonaut Press, 1966. Yellow decorated cloth with brown cloth spine. $10.00

  48. Briscoe, John Lee and Emma Hawk Briscoe. Sun on the "Savanette": A True Story of Life in Southern New Mexico 1902-1941. Set from the wild frontier years to the beginning of the nuclear age in the Tularosa Basin. 1st edition signed by the authors. Part of front endsheet cut. Hall-Poorbaugh Press, 1974. Dust jacket. $25.00
  49. *Brujerias: Stories of Witchcraft and the Supernatural in the American Southwest and Beyond. Collected and translated by Nasario Garcia. Text in English and Spanish. Tales of sorcerers, fiendish witches, La Llorona, ghostly apparitions and balls of fire will beguile readers of all ages. Texas Tech University Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $34.95
  50. Bryan, Howard. Wildest of the Wild West: True Tales of a Frontier Town on the Santa Fe Trail. Foreword by Max Evans. Tells the stoy of Las Vegas, New Mexico, illustrated with historic photographs. Clear Light Publishing, 1988. Dust jacket. $25.00

  51. The Buckhorn Saloon and Opera House, PA Mercantile, Hearst's M.E.Church, Old Fort and Trade Post. Informational pamphlet on the historic structures at Pinos Altos and the Santa Rita Del Cobre Fort in Grant County, New Mexico. Narrated by Jim Elliott with photography by Ed Werner. Wraps. $5.00

  52. Bullis, Don. Duels, Gunfights and Shoot-outs: Wild Tales from the Land of Enchantment. New Mexico, like all states and territories in the American West, has had its share of violence over the years, particularly between the time of the American Occupation in 1846 and statehood in 1912. Signed by the author. Rio Grande Books, 2010. Soft cover. $16.95 *

  53. Bullis, Don. New Mexico: A Biographical Dictionary 1540 - 1980 Volume 1. An encyclopedia of the people of New Mexico. Rio Grande Books, 2007. Dust jacket. $32.95
  54. Bullis, Don. New Mexico: A Biographical Dictionary 1540 - 1980 Volume II. An encyclopedia of the people of New Mexico. Includes New Mexico Historical Timeline. Rio Grande Books, 2008. Soft cover. $19.95

  55. Bullis, Don. Unsolved: New Mexico's American Valley Ranch Murders & Other Mysteries. A collection of stories about the New Mexico's most baffling mysteries, including Mysterious Dave Mather, the deaths of the Fountains, George Scarborough, and Bronco Bill Walters. Signed by the author. Rio Grande Books, 2014. Soft cover. $19.95 *

  56. Bullock, Alice. The Squaw Tree: Ghosts, Mysteries and Miracles of New Mexico. With photographs by the author. 1st edition. Lightning Tree, 1978. Black cloth. $12.00

  57. Bullock, Alice. Mountain Villages. Stories and tales from New Mexico. Revised and enlarged. Sunstone Press, 1981. Soft cover. $8.95
  58. Bunting, Bainbridge. Taos Adobes: Spanish Colonial and Territorial Architecture of the Taos Valley. Illustrations by Jean Lee Booth and William R. Sims, Jr. Descriptions and history of adobe homes in Taos, with photographs and drawings. 1st edition. Previous owner's name (D. A. Breternitz, archaeologist), on front cover and title page. Fort Burgwin Research Center and Museum of New Mexico Press, 1964. Dust jacket with small tears on top edges. $32.50

  59. Burbank, James. Retirement New Mexico: A Complete Guide to Retiring in New Mexico. 4th edition, revised and updated. Fill with photographs of places to live and visit. New Mexico Magazine, 2010. Soft cover. $16.95

  60. Buronaiuto-Cloyed, John and Nina. Saddle Up, New Mexico! The Statewide Horse Trail and Travel Guide. Full of maps and photographs of where to ride your horse. Westcliffe Publishers, 2006. Soft cover. $22.95
  61. Byerts, W. H. Gold: The Adams Gold Diggings: A True Story of the Richest Gold Mine in all History Found in New Mexico and Again Lost. Story of the Adams Diggins. Facsimile of 1919 edition. With an introduction and signed by Frederic F. Hollister. Limited to 1000 copies. Brown wraps. $25.00

  62. Caffey, David L. Frank Springer & New Mexico: From the Colfax County War to the Emergence of Modern Santa Fe. Biography of a man and the region involved in the Maxwell Land Grant. 1st edition. Texas A&M University Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $34.95
  63. Caffey, David L. Head for the High Country. Foreword by Joe Davis, Director of Camping Philmont Scout Ranch. Story of the Boy Scout camp at Philmont. Signed by the author. Abingdon Press, 1973. Soft cover. $6.00

  64. Caffey, David L. Land of Enchantment, Land of Conflict: New Mexico in English-Language Fiction. Identifies patterns in the observations of fiction writers concerning the culture and history of New Mexicans. 1st edition. Texas A&M University Press, 1999. Dust jacket. $20.00

  65. Cahalan, James M. Edward Abbey: A Life. A definitive biography of a contemporary literary icon whose life was a web of contradictions. University of Arizona Press, 2001. Dust jacket. $27.95
  66. Calvin, Ross. Sky Determines. Illustrated by Peter Hurd. The history of New Mexico from the cliff-dwellers, the Spanish entrada, Mexican rule, encounters with Native Americans and the settlement with farming and ranching. 1st revised edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1948. Dust jacket, torn and large piece missing from the back. $28.50

  67. Calvin, Ross. Sky Determines: An Interpretation of the Southwest. Illustrated by Peter Hurd. Revised and enlarged. The history of New Mexico from the cliff-dwellers, the Spanish entrada, Mexican rule, encounters with Native Americans and the settlement with farming and ranching. University of New Mexico Press, 1965. Dust jacket. $22.50

  68. SOLD The Camera in the Southwest. A Fred Harvey publication of photographs of the Southwest, including Native American Indians and local sights. 2nd edition. Fred Harvey, 1904. Gray wraps, with lower left corner cut and officially noted as damaged. Images and text untouched. $35.00
  69. Campa, Arthur L. Hispanic Culture in the Southwest. Foreword by Richard L. Nostrand. The most comprehensive work written on the subject of Southwestern history and culture, dealing with life, commerce, customs, arts and crafts, and attitudes. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1979. Dust jacket. $30.00

  70. Campa, Arthur L. Hispanic Culture in the Southwest. Foreword by Richard L. Nostrand. The most comprehensive work written on the subject of Southwestern history and culture, dealing with life, commerce, customs, arts and crafts, and attitudes. University of Oklahoma Press, 1993. Soft cover, oversize with slight bend on front cover. $15.00
  71. Cantu, Lionel, Jr. The Sexuality of Migration: Border Crossings and Mexican Immigrant Men. Edited by Nancy A. Naples and Salvador Vidal-Ortiz. Published posthumously and annotated by friends and comrades, is a study of gay sexualities and transnational migration. New York University Press, 2009. Soft cover. $22.00

  72. Carnett, Daniel R. Contending for the Faith: Southern Baptists in New Mexico 1938-1995. The author examines the growth and development of the Baptist community in NM. University of New Mexico Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $29.95
  73. Carpio, Myla Vicenti. Indigenous Albuquerque. Foreword by P. Jane Hafen. Investigates the complexities of urban American Indian life in Albuquerque, focusing on identity and community efforts. Texas Tech University Press, 2011. Dust jacket. $39.95

  74. Carr, Harry. The West is Still Wild: Romance of the Present and the Past. Illustrations by Charles H. Owens. Chapters include stories on Navajo Country, Enchanted Mesa, Carlsbad Caverns, Santa Fe and Spanish Southwest. Signed by the author. 1st edition. Tan cloth with staining, paper labels on cover and spine. Dust jacket with pieces mising along the edges. $30.00
  75. Carroll, Michael P. The Penitente Brotherhood: Patriarchy and Hispano-Catholicism in New Mexico. Traces the rise of the Penitentes to social changes that under mined patriarchal authority and thereby threatened the syustem of communal agriculture that was central to the social organization of late colonial New Mexico. 1st edition. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $45.00
  76. Carson, William G. B. Peter Becomes a Trail Man. Illustrations by Pat Oliphant. The story of a boy's journey on the Santa Fe Trail, set in the early 1850s. Young adult fiction. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $18.50

  77. Cash, Marie Romero. Tortilla Chronicles: Growing Up in Santa Fe. The story of a celebrated folk artist. University of New Mexico Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $24.95
  78. Chacon, Rafel. Legacy of Honor: The Life of Rafael Chacon, a Nineteenth-Century New Mexican. Edited by Jacqueline Dorgan Meketa. Memoirs of a man who witnessed Kearny's army march on Santa Fe, was an Indian fighter in the 1850s and later saw service in the Civil War, including the Battle at Valverde. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1986. Dust jacket. $75.00

  79. Chalfant, William Y. Dangerous Passage: The Santa Fe Trail and the Mexican War. University of Oklahoma Press. Dust jacket. $39.95
  80. Charles, Mrs. Tom. Tales of the Tularosa. Stories of life in New Mexico. Signed by the author. Previous owner's stamp, Apache Summit, on front endsheet. Revised edition. Printed and Designed by Carl Hertzog, 1954. Dust jacket. $55.00
  81. Charles, Mrs. Tom. Tales of the Tularosa. Stories of life in New Mexico. Signed by the author. Revised edition. Printed and Designed by Carl Hertzog, 1959. Soft cover. $30.00

  82. Chavez, Fray Angelico. But Time and Chance: The Story of Padre Martinez of Taos, 1793-1867. Limited to 500 numbered and signed copies. Sunstone Press, 1981. Dust jacket. $35.00

  83. Chavez, Fray Angelico. From An Altar Screen: El Retablo Tales from New Mexico. Illustrated by Peter Hurd. Seven stories of New Mexico. 1st edition. Farrar, Straus and Cudahy, 1957. Dust jacket with wear. $30.00

  84. Chavez, Fray Angelico. Guitars and Adobes and the Uncollected Stories of Fray Angelico Chavez. Edited with an introduction by Ellen McCracken. Writings from one of New Mexico's foremost writers - this volume contains some of his early fiction. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $24.95

  85. Chavez, Fray Angelico. My Penitente Land: Reflections on Spanish New Mexico. A spiritual autobiography of the Hispano people of New Mexico and the land. Presentation copy signed by Chavez. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1974. Dust jacket with tears on top edges and minor soiling. $65.00

  86. Chavez, Fray Angelico. My Penitente Land: Reflections on Spanish New Mexico. A spiritual autobiography of the Hispano people of New Mexico and the land. Stamp on cover page "surplus duplicate" with symbol of Library of Congress; on verso of title page stamp indicating Library of Congress copy Copyright Office Nov. 4, 1974. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1974. Dust jacket with minor wear. $50.00

  87. Chavez, Fray Angelico. Origins of New Mexico Families in the Spanish Colonial Period. In two parts: the Seventeenth (1598-1693) and the Eighteenth (1693-1821) Centuries. With four illustrations by Jose Cisneros. Historical Society of New Mexico, 1954. Stiff soft cover, with hinge loose. $175.00

  88. Chavez, Fray Angelico. Origins of New Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period. With a new foreword by Thomas E. Chavez. Classic genealogical study of New Mexico's original seventeenth and eighteenth century families. Revised edition. Museum of New Mexico Press, 1992. Soft cover, oversize. $50.00

  89. Chavez, Fray Angelico. The Santa Fe Cathedral of St. Francis of Assisi. History of this New Mexico Cathedral. Revised edition. Schifani Brothers, 1995. Soft cover. $5.00

  90. Chavez, Fray Angelico. The Song of Francis. The story of St. Francis of Assisi is told by this New Mexican Father. Illustrated by Judy Graese. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1973. Dust jacket. $35.00
  91. Chavez, Fray Angelico. When the Santos Talked: A Retablo of New Mexico Tales. Drawings by Peter Hurd. William Gannon, 1977. Soft cover. $30.00

  92. Chavez, Cesar. The Words of Cesar Chavez. Edited by Richard J. Jensen and John C. Hammerback. This volume offers an important new resource for scholars of Chicano studies. Texas A&M University Press, 2002. Soft cover. $19.95
  93. Chavez, Thomas E. Manuel Alvarez 1794-1836: A Southwestern Biography. Introduces an important, but neglected figure in New Mexico history; Alvarez traded in Santa Fe, trapped in the Rockies, served as the U.S. Consul and led the statehood movement in NM. 1st edition. University Press of Colorado, 1990. Dust jacket. $24.95

  94. Chavez, Thomas E. New Mexico: Past and Future. A very readable history of the state. University of New Mexico Press, 2006. Soft cover. $17.95
  95. Chistes! Hispanic Humor of Northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado. Edited and translated by Nasario Garcia and foreword by John Nichols. A medley of orally gathered humorous anecdoes that captures the comic and mischievous soul of the people. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $29.95
  96. Christgau, John. Enemies: World War II Alien Internment. With a new afterword by the author. Using primary sources such as the National Archives documents, FBI reports and oral interviews with former prisoners, the author recounts stories of individuals including time spent in New Mexico. University of Nebraska Press, 2009. Soft cover. $14.95

  97. Chronology of Hispanic - American History: From Pre-Columbian Times to the Present. Prepared by Nicolas Kanellos with Cristelia Perez. Contains information on events as well as documents. Gale Research, 1995. Illustrated casebound. $22.50

  98. Cicetti, Melissa. Marking the Land 1. Photographs by Melissa Cicetti and introduction by Barbara Buhler Lynes. Photographs taken on highways and byways that cut through the bastness of the American Southwest. University of New Mexico Press, 2005. Soft cover. $32.95
  99. SOLD Cleaveland, Agnes Morley. Satan's Paradise: From Lucien Maxwsell to Fred Lambert. The story of the Cimarron country in New Mexico and then men who called it home. With decorations by Fred Lambert Previous owner's name (McGrew) on front endsheet. 1st edition. Houghton Mifflin, 1952. Dust jacket with minor wear. $22.50

  100. Clifford deep trails Clifford, Frank. Deep Trails in the Old West: A Frontier Memoir. Edited by Frederick Nolan. Paints a picture of how ranchers and ordinary folk lived, worked and stayed alive. Clifford rode with Clay Allison, traveled with Charlie Siringo, worked on the Bell Ranch and helped recover cattle stolen by Billy the Kid. 1st editon. University of Oklahoma Press, 2011. Dust jacket. $29.95

  101. Cline, Lynn. Literary Pilgrims: The Santa Fe and Taos Writers' Colonies 1917-1950. Illuminates both the well and lesser-known writers of New Mexico who were influenced by the traditions of the Pueblo, Navajo, and Hopi cultures by the Hispanic Communities. University of New Mexico Press, 2007. Soft cover. $18.95
  102. Coke, Van Deren. Photography in New Mexico: From the Daguerreotype to the Present. Foreword by Beaumont Newhall. Examines the history of photography in the state, while detailing the development of both the process and the region. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1979. Dust jacket. $50.00

  103. Coles, Robert. The Old Ones of New Mexico. Photographs by Alex Harris. With a new introduction by the author. A collective portrait of the rural people of New Meixco. rev. ed. Walker Publishers, 2000. Soft cover oversize. $29.95
  104. *Conant, Jennet. 109 East Palace: Robert Oppenheimer and the Secret City of Los Alamos. Captures the exhilaration and drama of those perilous twenty-seven months at Los Alamos when Oppenheimer and his team built the first atomic bomb during World War II. Simon & Schuster, 2005. Dust jacket. $26.95
  105. SOLD Conley, Sunny, comp. A Bite of History: Recipes & Tales from the Mesilla Valley. Commemorates Las Cruces' 150th anniversay, but also its people and diverse culture. 1st edition. Writing the Southwest, 1999. Spiral bound. $10.00
  106. Corle, Edwin. Desert Country. American Folkways series covering Arizona, Utah, Nevada and California. 5th printing. Duell, Sloan & Pearce, 1941. Dust jacket with wear, piece missing on bottom and spine. $20.00

  107. newbook cover Correia, David. Properties of Violence: Law and Land Grant Struggle in Northern New Mexico. The story of a long and largely unknown history of property conflict in Tierra Amarilla characterized by nearly constant violence. University of Georgia Press, 2013. Soft cover. $24.95

  108. Coulter, Lane and Maurice Dixon, Jr. New Mexican Tinwork 1840-1940. Foreword by Ward Alan Minge. The first account of a unique American folk art, based on exhaustive research and describes the tools, materials, and processes of tinwork. Second printing. University of New Mexico Press, 2004. Soft cover. $29.95
  109. Crawford, Stanley. The River in Winter: New and Selected Essays. University of New Mexico Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $20.00

  110. The Cross & The Sword La Cruz Y La Espada. An exhibition of Hispanic art and folk art at the Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego, April 3 to May 16, 1976. Edited by Jean Stern with other contributors. Soft cover oversize.$35.00
  111. SOLD Crouch, Brodie. Jornada del Muerto: A Pageant of the Desert. The Jornada del Muerto was a ninety-mile stretch of road on the Camino Real from New Spain to Santa Fe, running roughly parallel to the Rio Grande through southern New Mexico. This work chronicles the region from the days of the Spaniards to the atomic age. Arthur H. Clark Co., 1989. Dust jacket. $30.00
  112. Crutchfield, James A. Tragedy at Taos: The Revolt of 1847. Story of the killing of Governor Charles Bent. Republic of Texas Press, 1995. Soft cover. $12.95

  113. Santa Fe Trail Dary, David. The Santa Fe Trail: Its History, Legends, and Lore. The book makes clear how in the early years trade started and stopped at the whim of the Spanish, and how the trail finally grew and prospered, bringing the settlement of new towns and the creation of new wealth along the route. We also learn how the rapid spread of the railroads across the country inexorably replaced the long caravans of mule- and ox-drawn wagons, and the way of life they represented. 2nd printing. Alfred A. Knopf, 2000. Dust jacket. $30.00

  114. Dary, David. The Santa Fe Trail: Its History, Legends, and Lore. The book makes clear how in the early years trade started and stopped at the whim of the Spanish, and how the trail finally grew and prospered, bringing the settlement of new towns and the creation of new wealth along the route. We also learn how the rapid spread of the railroads across the country inexorably replaced the long caravans of mule- and ox-drawn wagons, and the way of life they represented. University Press of Kansas, 2012. Soft cover. $19.95

  115. Davis, W. W. H. El Gringo: or, New Mexico and Her People. Written by the U.S. Attorney to the Territory of New Mexico and originally published in 1857. This is a reprint of the 1938 edition with an introduction by Harvey Fergusson. Classic account and one of the earliest to appear in English. Diary records his thousand mile trip to Santa Fe. Remains of bookplate on front end cover. Rio Grande Press, 1962. Green cloth. $40.00
  116. Davis, W. W. H. El Gringo: or, New Mexico and Her People. Written by the U.S. Attorney to the Territory of New Mexico and originally published in 1857. Classic account and one of the earliest to appear in English. Diary records his thousand mile trip to Santa Fe. University of Nebraska Press, 1982. Soft cover. $20.00
  117. de Baca, Manual. Vicente Silva & His 40 bandits. Translation by Lane Kauffmann and illustrated by Fanita Lanier. Story of Silva and his thieves in nineteenth century New Mexico. Limited edition of 175 copies. Edward McLean, Libros Escogido, 1947. Black wraps, oversize soft cover. $115.00
  118. deBuys, William. Enchantment and Exploitation: The Life and Hard Times of a New Mexico Mountain Range. Examines the region's continually changing character as a frontier - Pueblo, Apache, Hispano and Anglo. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1985. Stain on top edge. Dust jacket with minor staining on cover. $35.00

  119. newdeBuys, William. A Great Aridness. A vivid portrait of a landscape under the stress of global climate change, and a hard look at what lies ahead for the American Southwest. Oxford University Press, 2013. Soft cover. $19.95

  120. deBuys, William. The Walk. Explores life in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains in Coloado and New Mexico. Trinity University Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $22.95

  121. de Chaparro, Martina Will. Death and Dying in New Mexico. Addresses the model of the good death that settlers and friars brought with them New Mexico, challenges the model's application, and the eventual erosion of the ideal. University of New Mexico Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $29.95
  122. Dennis, Landt. Santa Fe and Taos: Under a Coyote Moon. Photographs by Lisl Dennis. Text and images bring the Southwest alive. Chronicle Books, 1996. Soft cover oversize. $19.95

  123. Deutsch, Sarah. No Separate Refuge: Culture, Class, an Gender on an Anglo-Hispanic Frontier in the American Southwest, 1880-1940. A look at the Mexican Americans in Colorado and New Mexico. 1st edition. Oxford University Press, 1987. Dust jacket. $20.00

  124. SOLD DeWitt, Dave. The Southwest Table: Traditional Cuisine from Texas, New Mexico, and Arizona. A nontraditional cookbook that mixes Southwest culinary history, blended with insights from area chefs and food experts and filled with mouthwatering recipes, topped with stunning photography. Lyons Press, 2011. Dust jacket. $29.95

  125. SOLD Dickey, Roland F. New Mexico Village Arts. Drawings by Lloyd Lozes Goff. The world of American folk arts. Previous owner's name, Isabel Burgess (Arizona Secretary of the State and Legislator) on front endsheet. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1949. Dust jacket, worn on edges. $85.00
  126. Dickey, Roland F. New Mexico Village Arts. Drawings by Lloyd Lozes Goff. Classic account of the indigenous arts and crafts of New Mexico's Hispanic villages. University of New Mexico Press, 1990. Soft cover. $12.50

  127. Dimas, Pete, ed. Provincias Internas: Continuing Frontiers. A one-day symposium held at Phoenix College in which a group of distinguished panelists explored the concept of frontiers in the region that was previously the northern frontier of colonial New Spain. Includes a discussion on the Hopi Documentary History Project by Hartman H. Lomawaima and Postwar Phoenix by Phil VanderMeer. Arizona Historical Society, 2007. Soft cover. $20.00

  128. Documents of Southwestern History: A Guide to the Manuscript Collections of the Arizona Historical Society. Compiled by Charles C. Colley. Arizona Historical Society, 1972. White cloth, oversize. $10.00

  129. Dodge, Bertha S. The Story of Inscription Rock. Phoenix Publishing, 1975. Soft cover. $5.00

  130. SOLD Duffus, R. L. The Santa Fe Trail. Classic history of this significant route across the West written by a gifted writer. Tudor Publishing Co., 1943. Dust jacket with wear. $25.00
  131. Duffus, R. L. The Santa Fe Trail. Considered the standard work on this significant route across the West. University of New Mexico Press, 1999. Soft cover. $19.95
  132. Duke, Donald. Fred Harvey: Civilizer of the American Southwest. A history of Harvey and his impact on the Southwest. 1st edition. Signed by the author. Pregel Press, 1995. Soft cover. $25.00
  133. Dulle, Ronald J. Tracing the Santa Fe Trail: Today's Views, Yesterday's Voices. Foreword by Leo E. Oliva. Illustrated look at this important overland trail. Mountain Press, 2011. Soft cover, oblong with slight wear. $17.50

  134. Dunbar-Ortiz, Roxanne. Roots of Resistance: A History of Land Tenure in New Mexico. Foreword by Simon J. Ortiz. Showed how indigenous and Mexican farming communities adapted and preserved their institutions despite losing their land. University of Oklahoma Press, 2007. Soft cover. $19.95

  135. newDunmire, William W. New Mexico's Spanish Livestock Heritage: Four Centuries of Animals, Land, and People. This survey of the history of domestic livestock in New Mexico is the first of its kind, going beyond cowboy culture to examine the ways Spaniards, Indians, and Anglos used animals and how those uses affected the region's landscapes and cultures. University of New Mexico Press, 2013. Dust jacket. $34.95

  136. Dye, Victoria E. All Aboard for Santa Fe: Railway Promotion of the Southwest, 1890s to 1930s. A captivating history of how the railroad exploited the Southwest attractions to advertise the Santa Fe. University of New Mexico Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $24.95
  137. SOLD Ebright, Malcolm. Land Grants and Lawsuits in Northern New Mexico. Presents a comprehensive and clear account of clashing legal systems. Considered the definitive book on New Mexico land grants, it is often used as a text in southwestern studies courses. 3rd edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2008. Soft cover. $27.00

  138. Ebright, Malcolm. The Tierra Amarilla Grant: A History of Chicanery. Story of the theft of a historic land grant of the original pioneers. Signed presentation copy. Previous owner's name on front cover. Center for Land Grant Studies, 1980. Yellow soft cover. $25.00

  139. Ebright, Malcolm and Rick Hendricks. The Witches of Abiquiu: The Governor, the Priest, the Genizaro Indians, and the Devil. Discusses the witchcraft outbreak at Abiquiu which occurred between 1756 and 1766. University of New Mexico Press, 2006. Soft cover. $24.95

  140. SOLD Eidenbach, Peter L. An Atlas of Historic New Mexico Maps, 1550-1941. Eidenbach has compiled a collection of New Mexico’s historic maps, navigating through a varied terrain of research and discovery, even securing permissions for colonial-era maps held in special collections with limited public access. University of New Mexico Press, 2012. Dust jacket. $45.00

  141. Enyeart, James. Land, Sky, and All That is Within: Visionary Photographers in the Southwest. A new way of looking at photographs made by a select group of visionary photographs who worked the region between 1870 and 1970 - such artists as O'Sullivan, Vroman, Adams, Gilpin, Porter, Weston and Strand. 1st edition. Museum of New Mexico Press, 1998. Dust jacket. $50.00
  142. Esparza, Adrian X. and Angela J. Donelson. Colonias in Arizona and New Mexico: Border Poverty and Community Development Solutions. Provides insights and information on the border region. University of Arizona Press, 2008. Soft cover. $19.95

  143. Espinosa, Aurelio M. The Folklore of Spain in the American Southwest: Traditional Spanish Folk Literature in Northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado. Edited by J. Manul Espinosa. Captures the life, traditions and history of the Hispanic Southwest. University of Oklahoma Press, 1990. Soft cover with minor wear. $16.95

  144. Espinosa, Auerlio M. Speech Mixture in New Mexico: The Influence of the English Language on New Mexico Spanish. Original reprint from The Pacific Ocean in History. Macmillan, 1917. Wraps. $10.00

  145. Espinosa, Gilberto and Tibo J. Chavez. El Rio Abajo. History of the Rio Grande region near Belen, New Mexico. Signed by both authors. Dust jacket. $30.00

  146. Espinosa, J. Manuel. Crusaders of the Rio Grande: The Story of Don Diego de Vargas and the Reconquest and Refounding of New Mexico. Institute of Jesuit History Publications. Institute of Jesuit History, 1942. Red cloth with spine slightly discolored. $100.00

  147. Etulain, Richard W., ed. New Mexican Lives: Profiles and Historical Stories. A distinguished group of twelve collaborators re-interpret the state's history through biography - profiling fourteen notable, complex characters, from Billy the Kid to Mabel Dodge Luhan to Senator Dennis Chavez and Mangas Coloradas, Kit Carson, and Susan McSween.. University of New Mexico Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $39.95
  148. Etulain, Richard W., ed. New Mexican Lives: Profiles and Historical Stories. A distinguished group of twelve collaborators re-interpret the state's history through biography - profiling fourteen notable, complex characters, from Billy the Kid to Mabel Dodge Luhan to Senator Dennis Chavez and Mangas Coloradas, Kit Carson, and Susan McSween. University of New Mexico Press, 2002. Soft cover. $21.95

  149. Expressing New Mexico: Nuevomexicano Creativity, Ritual, and Memory. Edited by Phillip B. Gonzales. A collection of essays well written and researched about past and current events describing the New Mexico diversity and richness of culture. University of Arizona Press, 2007. Soft cover. $24.95

  150. The Extranjeros: Selected Documents from the Mexican Side of the Santa Fe Trail 1825-1828. Edited and translated by David J. Weber. Cornerstone record of the fur trappers and the Santa Fe Trail traders. Limited to 600 copies, 1st edition. Stagecoach Press, 1967. Dust jacket. $40.00

  151. Fall, Albert B. The Memoirs of Albert B. Fall. Edited with annotations by David H. Stratton. Story of this politican best known for the Teapot Dome Scandal. Did you know that he was with the First Territorial Volunteer Infantry during the Spanish-American War? Southwestern Studies Monograph no. 15. Texas Western Press, 1966. Soft cover. $15.00
  152. Farnsworth, Harriett. Remnants of the Old West. Colorful stories of the pioneers in the Death Valley, California and the Verde Valley, Yavapai County, Arizona. Previous owner's inscription on front endsheet. Signed by the author on the half-title page. 2d printing. Naylor Company, 1965. Dust jacket. $27.50 *

  153. Farrington, William. Los Penitentes: A Brief History. A history of this religious group in New Mexico. Sunstone Press, 1975. Blue pictorial wraps. $6.50
  154. destiny Faulk, Odie B. Destiny Road: The Gila Trail and the Opening of the Southwest. Following the Mexican war the Gila Trail brought settlers West. 1st edition. Mark on bottom edge. Oxford University Press, 1973. Dust jacket. $18.00

  155. Faulk, Odie B. Land of Many Frontiers: A History of the American Southwest. History written by a noted southwest historian. 1st edition. Oxford University Press,1968. Dust jacket with minor wear. $15.00

  156. Fauntleroy, Gussie. Shelter from the Storm: The Photographs Of Kirk Gittings. Essay by V. B. Price. Beautiful collection of Gittings' best photographs. New Mexico Magazine, 2005. Dust jacket. $29.95
  157. SOLD Fenzl, Barbara Pool. Seasonal Southwest Cooking: Contemporary Recipes & Menus for Every Occasion. Foreword by Jacques Pepin. Food photography by Christopher Marchetti. Beautiful southwest photographs enhance the fantastic recipes. Northland Publishing, 2005. Dust jacket oversize. $35.00
  158. SOLD Fergusson, Erna. Murder & Mystery in New Mexico. Nine true murder mysteries that leave the reader speculating. Black and white photographs of murder suspects and crime scenes. 1st edition. Merle Armitage Editions, 1948. Dust jacket. $50.00

  159. Fergusson, Erna. New Mexico: A Pageant of Three Peoples. A full-length portrait of New Mexico and its people, "Indian, Spanish and Gringo." 1st edition. Alfred A. Knopf, 1951. Dust jacket with wear. $28.50

  160. Fergusson, Erna. Our Southwest. Author's observations Arizona, New Mexico, western Texas, and southern Colorado. Maps and illustrations of place names. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. 2d printing. Knopf, 1941. Dust jacket with wear on edges and top of spine. $17.50
  161. Field, Matthew. Matt Field on the Santa Fe Trail. Collected by Clyde and Mae Reed Porter, edited by John E. Sunder with a foreword by Mark L. Gardner. Sketches written by a journalist in 1839. American Exploration and Travel Series. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $19.95

  162. Finger, Charles J. Adventure Under Saphire Skies. Exploration of the American West, touching on the Grand Canyon, the pueblos of southern Colorado and the Gulf of Mexico. Sketches made en route by Helen Finger. William Morrow, 1931. Dust jacket with wear. $15.00

  163. Finger, Charles J. Foot-Loose in the West: Being the account of a journey to Colorado and California and other Western states. With sketches made en route by Helen Finger. 1st edition. William Morrow, 1932. Dust jacket with wear. $20.00

  164. Fischer, Dan L. Early Southwest Ornithologists, 1528-1900. Recounting those individuals who documented the natural history of the Southwest and summarizes their contributions to our knowledge about the region's birds. University of Arizona Press, 2001. Dust jacket. $45.00
  165. Fisher, Irene. Bathtub and Silver Bullet. Stories from a New Mexico community in the 1930s. Limited edition, No. 79. Presentation copy signed by the author. Albuquerque Historical Society, Tumbleweed Press, 1976. Soft cover with minor wear. $15.00

  166. Fiske, Turbese Lummis and Keith Lummis. Charles F. Lummis: The Man and His West. Comprehensive biography of the adventurer and writer of the Southwest written by his children. Illustrated with photographs and documents. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1975. Dust jacket oversize. $45.00

  167. Fleming, Elvis E. Captain Joseph C. Lea: From Confederate Guerrilla to New Mexico Patriarch. A definitive life story of a remarkable man, who brought law and order and prosperity to the Pecos Valley. Yucca Tree Press, 2002. Dust jacket.. $25.00 *
  168. Flow of the River = Corre el Rio. Bilingual text examining the Hispanic culture of New Mexico with images. Introduction by Rudolfo Anaya. Hispanic Culture Foundation, 1991. Soft cover. $19.95

  169. Folk Art Journey: Florence D. Bartlett and the Museum of International Folk Art. Edited by Laurel Seth and Ree Mobley, photographs by Blair Clark. Features the Florence Dibell Bartlett Collection with images and explanatory text. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2003. Dust jacket, oblong. $40.00

  170. Forbes, Robert H. Crabb's Filibustering Expedition into Sonora, 1857: An Historical Account with Map, Illustrations and Bibliography. Story of Henry Alexander Crabb's entry into Mexico with an "army" of disappointed gold seekers. Limited to 650 copies, no. 650. Arizona Silhouettes, 1952. Dust jacket with small tear on top spine. $50.00 *

  171. Fowler, Don, editor. Cleaving an Unknown World: The Powell Expeditions and the Scientific Exploration of the Colorado Plateau. This is the fourth and final volume in an effort to make materials related to John Wesley Powell's expeditions down the Green and Colorado Rivers more widely available. It includes Powell's journal; Jack Hiller's diary and photographs; original maps by Francis Marion Bishop; Frederick S. Dellenbaugh's letters; and John C. Sumner's journal from the first Powell expedition. The University of Utah Press, 2012. Soft cover. $24.95.

  172. Fradkin, Philip L. Everett Ruess: His Short Life, Mysterious Death, and Astonishing Afterlife. This is the definitive account of a western American legend - a young man who vanished from the canyonlands of southern Utah, but left an enduring myth and legacy. University of California Press, 2011. Dust jacket. $24.95

  173. Francaviglia, Richard V. Go East, Young Man Imagining the American West as the Orient. Explores a broad range of Orientalist images deployed in the context of European settlement of the American West. Utah State University Press, 2011. Dust jacket. $36.95

  174. SOLD Frank, Larry. A Land So Remote. A three volume set that captures the spirit of colonial and territorial New Spain, representing the most comprehensive visual document of Spanish colonial art and frontier artifacts in New Mexico. vols. 1-2 Religious Art of New Mexico 1780-1907 vol. 3 Wooden Artifacts of Frontier New Mexico 1700s-1900s. 1st edition. Red Crane. Dust jacket in Pictorial Box. $150.00
  175. Frank, Ross. From Settler to Citizen: New Mexican Economic Development and the Creation of Vecino Society, 1750-1820. Contrary to previous views of this period, Spanish New Mexico experienced growth that tied the region closely to colonial economic reforms of the Spanish empire. Frank provides a new understanding to the region as well as recovers previously unexplored history of an important Hispanic community. 1st edition. University of California Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $45.00
  176. Fray Angelico Chavez: Poet, Priest, and Artist. Edited by Ellen McCracken. Chavez's original essays explore his wide-ranging cultural production, fiction, poetry, genealogy, preservation, journalism and others. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2000. Dust jacket. $24.95

  177. French, Captain William. Recollections of a Western Ranchman. Frontier memoir written about life on the New Mexico - Arizona border country, originally printed in 1928. High-Lonesome Books, 1990. Soft cover. $35.00

  178. Fugate, Francis L. and Robert B. Fugate. Roadside History of New Mexico. Take a journey through New Mexico with this book and you will certainly learn its history. Mountain Press, 2005. Soft cover. $20.00
  179. Galbraith, Den. Turbulent Taos. History of this New Mexico community. Sunstone Press, 1983. Soft cover. $10.00
  180. Garcia, Nasario, comp. Old Las Vegas: Hispanic Memories from the New Mexico Meadowlands. Oral histories and stories both in Spanish and English. Winner of the " 2005 Southwest Book Award." Texas Tech University Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $34.95
  181. Gardner, Mark L., ed. The Mexican Road: Trade, Travel, and Confrontation on the Santa Fe Trail. Article from the Journal of the West, April 1989, plus three additional articles. Sunflower University Press, 1989. Soft cover, with minor damage to top of spine, oversize. $30.00

  182. Gardner, Mark L. Santa Fe Trail National Historic Trail. Illustrated guide. Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, 1993. Wraps. $3.95

  183. Garrard, Lewis H. Wah-To-Yah & The Taos Trail. Introduction by Carl I. Wheat and illustrations from blocks designed and cut by Mallette Dean. Garrard's account of his journey across the Western frontier in 1846. Reprinted with the permission of the Grabhorn Press who originally published the book in 1936. American West Publishing Co., 1968. Dust jacket. $35.00

  184. Gibson, A. M. The Life and Death of Colonel Albert Jennings Fountain. Biography of this New Mexico district attorney who prosecuted the San Marcial ring. Just prior to his mysterious death, Fountain was set to testify in the Lincoln County grand jury investigation into cattle rustling. Presentation copy signed by Gibson. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1965. Dust jacket. $45.00

  185. Gibson, A. M. The Life and Death of Colonel Albert Jennings Fountain. Biography of this New Mexico district attorney who prosecuted the San Marcial ring. Just prior to his mysterious death, Fountain was set to testify in the Lincoln County grand jury investigation into cattle rustling. University of Oklahoma Press, 1975. Soft cover with a little wear. $19.95

  186. Gilbert, Fabiola Cabeza de Baca. The Good Life: New Mexico Traditions and Food. New illustrated edition featuring 80 classic recipes while describing life in New Mexico. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2005. Soft cover. $14.95
  187. Gilbreath, West. Death on the Gallows: The Story of Legal Hangings in New Mexico 1847 - 1923. Exhaustive research using newspaper accounts and other sources, a former dective documented New Mexico's hangings. High-Lonesome Books, 2002. Soft cover. $14.95
  188. Gleed, James W. New Mexico. Pamphlet on New Mexico. Material probably dates from c. 1890. Wraps - different color paper cover. $15.00
  189. Glasgow, Edward James and William Henry Glasgow. Brothers on the Santa Fe and Chihuahua Trails: Edward James Glasgow and William Henry Glasgow 1846-1848. Edited and annotated by Mark L. Gardner, foreword by Marc Simmons. Presents previously unpublished letters and journals of the Glasgow brothers, revealing their unusual experiences during this time in the American Southwest. 1st edition. University Press of Colorado, 1993. Dust jacket. $24.95

  190. Gomez, Laura E. Manifest Destinies: The Making of the Mexican American Race. Analyzes how the racialization of Mexicans were embodied in the 19th century ideology of Manifest Destiny. New York University Press, 2008. Soft cover. $23.00

  191. Goodman, Audrey. Lost Homelands: Ruin and Reconstruction in the 20th-Century Southwest. Through analyzing a variety of texts and images, Goodman illuminates the ways that modern forces have shattered the perception of a secure homeland in the Southwest. University of Arizona Press, 2010. Dust jacket. $50.00

  192. Goodman, Audrey. Translating Southwestern Landscapes: The Making of an Anglo Literary Region. Drawing on sources as diverse as regional magazines and modernist novels, Pueblo portraits and NY exhibits, Goodman has crafted a wide-ranging history that explores the invention, translation, and representation of the Southwest. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $40.00
  193. Granjon, Monsignor Henry. Along the Rio Grande: A Pastoral Visit to Southwest New Mexico in 1902. Edited and annotated by Michael Romero Taylor, translated by Mary W. de Lopez. The story of his visit in the Mesilla Valley, Alamogordo, Tularosa and El Paso. Granjon had been a missionary in Arizona and bishop of Tucson. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1986. Dust jacket. $22.00
  194. Granjon, Monsignor Henry. Along the Rio Grande: A Pastoral Visit to Southwest New Mexico in 1902. Edited and annotated by Michael Romero Taylor, translated by Mary W. de Lopez. The story of his visit in the Mesilla Valley, Alamogordo, Tularosa and El Paso. Granjon had been a missionary in Arizona and bishop of Tucson. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1986. Soft cover. $8.00

  195. Grant, Blanche C. When Old Trails were New: The Story of Taos. Press of the Pioneers, 1934. Faded blue cloth with wear, tear on top of spine. $50.00

  196. The Great Southwest Along the Santa Fe. Color images of places along the Santa Fe Railroad used as promotional material. Fred Harvey, 1925. Shows minor wear. Gray stiff wraps with embossed gold lettering and color pasted label of Indians on front cover, oblong. $50.00

  197. SOLD The Great Southwest of the Fred Harvey Company and the Santa Fe Railway. Edited by Marta Weigle and Barbara A. Babcock. Stories of the people and Native Americans involved in this great enterprise that promoted tourism in the southwest. The Heard Museum, 1996. Soft cover. $50.00
  198. SOLD * Greene, Peter. Mike Butterfield's Guide to the Mountains of New Mexico: Including His Phogtographs and Tales of Mountain Exploration. A showcase for remarkable beauty and diversity of New Mexico's mountains. Each major range is profiled with intriguing information, history and lore, combined with beautiful color photographs. New Mexico Magazine, 2006. Soft cover. $29.95
  199. Gregg, Andrew K. New Mexico in the Nineteenth Century: A Pictorial History. Illustrated history of NM with images from the contemporary newspapers, journals and books. University of New Mexico Press, 1968. Soft cover, oversize. $15.00

  200. SOLD Groves, Melody. Hoist a Cold One! Historic Bars of the Southwest. Photographs by Myke Groves. Stories and images of twenty-six from and back bars, many sporting spur and bullet scars in Arizona, New Mexco, Texas and Colorado. University of New Mexico Press, 2011. Soft cover, oblong. $24.95

  201. Haldane, Robert Key. Gold-Mining Boomtown: People of White Oaks, Lincoln County, New Mexico Territory. An intimate portrait of the community situated near the Baxter Mountains in southeastern New Mexico. Illustrated with historic photographs. Arthur H. Clark, 2012. Dust jacket, oversize. $45.00

  202. Hall, G. Emlen. Four Leagues of Pecos: A Legal History of the Pecos Grant, 1800-1933. University of New Mexico Press, 2002. Blue cloth. $30.00

  203. Hall, G. Emlen. Four Leagues of Pecos: A Legal History of the Pecos Grant, 1800-1933. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1984. Soft cover. $12.50
  204. SOLD Hall, Thomas B. Medicine on the Santa Fe Trail. Previous library copy with limited markings. Limited edition of 1000 copies, No. 680, signed by Hall. Morningside Bookshop, 1971. Blue cloth. $25.00

  205. Hammett, Jerilou, Kingsley Hammett and Peter Scholz. The Essence of Santa Fe: From a Way of Life to a Style. Through a rich blend of historic and contemporary photographs, the culture Santa Fe is unveiled. Ancient City Press, 2006. Dust jacket, oblong. $50.00
  206. Hammett, Kingsley. Santa Fe: A Walk Through Time. In an effort to preserve the history of the past, Hammett takes you to the old buildings, convents, hotels, city structures. The historic photographs reveal the architectural styles of the past, showcasing the rich history of this charming town. 1st edition. Gibbs Smith Publisher, 2004. Dust jacket. $39.95
  207. Hazen-Hammond, Susan and Eduardo Fuss. Only in Santa Fe. Photographic guidebook which looks at this unique southwest New Mexico city. Voyageur Press, 1992. Soft cover oversize. $19.95

  208. SOLD Henderson, Randall. On Desert Trails: Today and Yesterday. 1st edition. Designs by Don Louis Perceval. Desert maps by Norton Allen. Reveals the intimate detail of the Southwest's Deserts, the geography, water supply problems, exploration, emigration, settlement, tribal life, and the wonders of the desert. Previous owners "stamp" on blank front page. Westernlore, 1961. Dust jacket. $45.00
  209. Hernandez, Luis F. Aztlan: The Southwest and its Peoples. History of the Southwest from the Spanish entrada and to today's Mexican Americans. Illustrated. Hayden Book Company, 1975. Dust jacket with wear. $12.00

  210. SOLD Hertzog, Peter. Frontier Humor, or A Few Belly Laughs from the Territorial Press. Stories of territorial New Mexico. Press of the Territorian, 1966. Orange wraps. $20.00
  211. Hertzog, Peter. La Fonda: The Inn of Santa Fe. History of the establishment and some of its menus. Press of the Territorian, 1964. Red wraps. $15.00
  212. Hertzog, Peter. Old Town Albuquerque. Illustrated by Walter Dawley. Story of this New Mexico town. Press of the Territorian, 1964. Creme wraps. $35.00
     
  213. SOLD Herz, Cary. New Mexico's Crypto-Jews: Image and Memory. Photographs by Cary Herz, introduction by Ori Z. Soltes and afterword by Mona Hernandez. The results of a twenty year search for the descendants of the Sephardic Jews who were forced to convert to Catholicism during the Spanish and Portuguese Inquisitions. The photographs and accompanying essays honor the people whose ancestors, through families' oral histories and genealogical records, knew about their heritage. University of New Mexico Press, 2007. Dust jacket, oblong. $34.95

  214. Hettinga, Kathy T. Grave Images: San Luis Valley. Foreword by Nicholas Wolterstorff. A poignant meditation on the material culture of death and remembrance - photographs of cemeteries in southern Colorado. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2009. Dust jacket oversize. $45.00

  215. Hewett, Edgar L. and Wayne L. Mauzy. Landmarks of New Mexico. A concise volume with photographs of the conspicuous and famous landmarks accompanied by short accurate descriptions. Handbook of Archaeological History series. University of New Mexico and School of American Research, 1947. Dust jacket with pieces missing on top spine and back. $35.00

  216. SOLD Hill, Janaloo. The Ranch on Whitewater Creek. A one hundred year history of the Burro Mountain Homestead and the surrounding area of New Mexico. 1st edition, numbered and signed by the author. 1984. Wraps. $35.00
  217. Hill, Janaloo. The Ranch on Whitewater Creek. A one hundred year history of the Burro Mountain Homestead and the surrounding area of New Mexico. Second edition. Pyramid Printing, 1993. Wraps. $20.00
  218. Hill, Rita. Eighty-Proof: Bootlegging and Murder Love and Loyalty in Old New Mexico. Fictional stories of frontier and pioneer life. Pyramid Press, 1986. Green soft cover. $15.00
  219. Hill, William E. The Santa Fe Trail, Yesterday and Today. Includes a fold-out map. Caxton Printers, 1992. Soft cover. $12.95
  220. Hillerman, Tony. New Mexico Rio Grande and Other Essays. Photography by David Muench and Robert Reynolds. Non-fiction essays on the southwestern country including one how Hillerman sees his fictional characters in the natural landscape. Graphics Arts Center Publishing, 1992. Dust jacket, oversize. $20.00 *

  221. Hilton, William Hayes. Sketches in the Southwest and Mexico 1858-1877. Introduction and notes by Carey S. Bliss.Hilton's drawings wih explanatory text. Dawson's Book Shop, 1963. Brown paper decorated boards with beige cloth label and paper spine. $25.00

  222. Hinton, Wayne K. with Elizabeth A. Green. With Picks, Shovels & Hope: The CCC and Its Legacy on the Colorado Plateau. Illustrated history of this New Deal Program, Civilian Conservation Corps. Mountain Press, 2008. Soft cover. $30.00

  223. SOLD Hispanic Arts and Ethnohistory in the Southwest: New Papers Inspired by the Work of E. Boyd. Edited by Marta Weigle. A collection of essays. Ancient City Press, 1983. Dust jacket. $65.00
  224. Hispanic Crafts of the Southwest. An exhibition catalogue edited by William Wroth. Taylor Museum of the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, 1977. Soft cover. $17.50
  225. Hollenbach, Margaret. Lost and Found: My Life in a Group Marriage Commune. The 1970 story of a young woman who joins a commune located near Taos, New Mexico. University of New Mexico Press, 2004. Soft cover. $16.95
  226. *Holtby, David V. Forty-seventh Star: New Mexico's Struggle for Statehood. A compelling story that shows why and how home rule mattered—then and now—for New Mexicans and for all Americans. University of Oklahoma Press, 2012. Dust jacket. $29.95

  227. Horgan, Paul. The Centuries of Santa Fe. A history of this wonderful New Mexico city. 1st edition. E. P. Dutton, 1956. Dust jacket. $25.00 Special $15.00
  228. Horgan, Paul. Lamy of Santa Fe: His Life and Times. Biography of Juan Bautista Lamy, first archbishop of Santa Fe. Previous owner's stamp on front endsheet and review of the book pasted on half-title page. 1st edition. Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1975. Dust jacket with wear. $35.00

  229. Horgan Sangre Horgan, Paul. Under the Sangre de Cristo. Stories of Santa Fe and Taos. This copy is number 43 / 180. Signed by Horgan. Rydel Press, 1985. Marbled blue paper boards with tan cloth spine in a matching light taupe slip case. $100.00

  230. Horn, Calvin. Climbing a Rainbow: A Family Journey of Discovery. The Personal experiences of a family in the high mountain country of Pecos, New Mexico. 1st edition. Horn & Wallace, 1966. Dust jacket. $15.00
  231. Horn, Calvin. New Mexico's Troubled Years: The Story of the Early Territorial Governors. Foreword by John F. Kennedy. New Mexico's first days within the United States were stirring, picturesque, perilous and uncertain and were depicted on these pages. 1st edition. Horn & Wallace, 1963. Dust jacket. $20.00
  232. Hovey, Kathryn. Anarchy and Community in the New American West: Madrid, New Mexico 1970-2000. Examines the town's identities in the contexts of history, government, and the environment, while using oral interviews for part of the research. University of New Mexico Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $34.95
  233. Hughes, Debra. Albuquerque in Our Time: 30 Voices, 300 Years. A selection of essays on this southwest city. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2006. Soft cover. $24.95
  234. Hurricanes and Carnivals: Essays by Chicanos, Pochos, Pachucos, Mexicanos and Expatriates. Edited by Lee Gutkind with an introduction by Ilan Stavans. A collection of fifteen essays that pubsh the boundaries of style and form by blending fact and faction, history and mythology. University of Arizona Press, 2007. Soft cover. $17.95
  235. Hunner, Jon. Inventing Los Alamos: The Growth of an Atomic Community. The people and the community are the focus of this story as they faced the rush to create an atomic bom and the intensity of the subsequent cold-war era consequences. University of Oklahoma Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $2.95
  236. Hunt, Aurora. Kirby Benedict: Frontier Federal Judge. An account of legal and judicial development in the Southwest, 1855-1874, with special reference to the Indian, slavery, social and political affairs journalism and a chapter on circuit riding with Abraham Lincoln in Illinois. 1st edition. Arthur H. Clark Co., 1961. Red cloth. $65.00
  237. Hunt, Norman K. The Killing of Chester Bartell. Fascinating, well-researched account of a New Mexico range war set in the late 1910s. Cowboy Miner, 2006. Soft cover. $18.00
  238. Hurtado, Aida and Patricia Gurin. Chicana/o Identity in a Changing U.S. Society. The Mexican American Experience. This book addresses the development of social and individual identity as the United States shifts its demography and culture. University of Arizona Press, 2004. Soft cover. $15.98
  239. Hutchinson, Sydney. From Quebradita to Duranguense: Dance in Mexican American Youth Culture. Shows how dance offeres insights into the social and cultural experience. University of Arizona Press, 2007. Soft cover. $24.95

  240. Hyslop, Stephen G. Bound for Santa Fe: The Road to New Mexico and the American Conquest, 1806-1848. "The best-written book on the subject of the Trail." University of Oklahoma Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $34.95
  241. Inman, Colonel Henry. The Old Santa Fe Trail: The Story of a Great Highway. Reprint of the 1897 edition. Corner House Publishers, 1977. Red cloth. $25.00
  242. Isbell, Douglas and Stephen E. Strom. Observatories of the Southwest: A Guide for Curious Skywatchers. A unique companion for travelers to the Southwest and a must for anyone fascinated with the role of these observatories in deepening our understanding of the universe. University of Arizona Press, 2009. Soft cover. $21.95

  243. Jackson, Hal. Following the Royal Road: A Guide to the Historic Camino Real De Herra Adentro. Foreword by Marc Simmons. A guidebook for the traveler with useful commentary on the entire Camino as it winds its way from New Mexico through Mexico to Mexico City. Includes narrative accounts collected from a variety of primary sources. University of New Mexico Press, 2006. Soft cover. $19.95
  244. Jaehn, Tomas. Germans in the Southwest 1850 - 1920. The story of the Germans who arrived in New Mexico, many interested in acculturation than cultural preservation. University of New Mexico Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $24.95
  245. Jaehn, Tomas. Jewish Pioneers of New Mexico. Foreword by Thomas E. Chavez and afterword by Henry J. Tobias. Lights the drama that unfolded for the young Jewish merchants, tradesmen, laborers who became among New Mexico's most prominent, productive citizens. Based on an exhibit at the Palace of the Governors. Filled with historic photographs. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2003. Dust jacket oversize. $39.95

  246. James, H. L. The Santa Fe Trail. Illustrated history. Gray wraps. $7.00
  247. James, Henry. Seven was the Padre's Number: A Novel. The dramatic story of an early nineteenth-century search for gold in the territory that is now New Mexico. Signed by the author. 1st edition. Exposition Press, 1973. Dust jacket. $25.00
  248. Jameson, W. C. New Mexico Treasure Tales. Tales of lost Spanish Mines, treasure and missing loot. Caxton Press, 2003. Soft cover. $13.95
  249. Janvier, Thomas A. Santa Fe's Partner: Being Some Memorials of Events in a New-Mexican Track-end Town. Stories of Santa Fe. 1st edition. Presentation copy signed by the author. Harper & Brothers, 1907. Blue decorated cloth. $35.00

  250. Jones, Robin. Four & Twenty Photographs: Stories From Behind the Lens. Photographs by Craig Varjabedian range from the magnificent landscapes of the Southwest, to intimate portraits and luminous places. University of New Mexico, 2007. Oblong soft cover.
  251. A Journey Through New Mexico's First Judicial District in 1864: Letters to the Editor of the Santa Fe Weekly New Mexican. With an introduction and notes by William Swilling Wallace. Some attribute the letters to Chief Justice Kirby Benedict. Limited to 350 copies. Westernlore Press, 1956. Maroon cloth. $45.00
  252. Julyan, Robert. The Mountains of New Mexico. With photographs by Carl Smith. A guide to the mountains of this southwestern state. University of New Mexico Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $39.95
  253. Julyan, Robert. The Mountains of New Mexico. With photographs by Carl Smith. A guide to the mountains of this southwestern state. University of New Mexico Press, 2006. Soft cover. $22.95
  254. Julyan, Robert. The Place Names of New Mexico. A listing of geographical places, with a brief history and location. Signed by the author. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1996. Maroon cloth. $40.00

  255. Julyan, Robert. The Place Names of New Mexico. A listing of geographical places, with a brief history and location. Revised edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1998. Soft cover. $19.95

  256. Kaiser, Harvey H. An Architectural Guidebook to the National Parks: Arizona, New Mexico, Texas. Describes the history, architecture, and setting of these national treasures - which includes photographs, maps and detailed directions. Gibbs Smith, 2003. Soft cover. $16.95
  257. Kearny, S. W. Laws of the Territory of New Mexico (Kearny Code). Facsimile edition of 500 copies. Brigadier S. W. Kearny, commandant of the First Dragoons of the United States Army, put the city of Santa Fe and the Department of New Mexico under military control of the United States. Kearny ordered a Code of Laws to be prepared for the guidance of the citizens. This facsimile edition is taken from the copy originally presented to Colonel Doniphan.  Nolie Mumey, 1970. Soft cover in box. $25.00
  258. Keneally, Thomas. The Place Where Souls are Born. Keneally writes about his travels from the Rocky Mountains to the Mexican Borders. Simon and Schuster, 1992. Dust jacket. $20.00
  259. Keleher, William A. The Fabulous Frontier: Twelve New Mexico Items. Recounts the deeds, lives and legends of the colorful people who figure in New Mexico history. Previous owner's name in pencil on half title page. 2nd printing. Rydal Press, 1946. Blue cloth with wear on the edges. $35.00

  260. Keleher, William A. The Fabulous Frontier: Twelve New Mexico Items. Recounts the deeds, lives and legends of the colorful people who figure in New Mexico history. Revised and enlarged edition with frontier photographs. University of New Mexico Press, 1962. Dust jacket. $45.00
  261. Keleher, William A. Maxwell Land Grant: A New Mexico Item. Previous owner's signature on front endsheet. 1st edition. Rydal Press, 1942. Tan cloth. $200.00
  262. SOLD Keleher, William A. Maxwell Land Grant: A New Mexico Item. Introduction by John R. Van Ness. Foreword to the third edition by Michael L. Keleher. History of one of the largest pieces of land to be owned by one man in the U.S. Signed by Michael L. Keleher. University of New Mexico Press, 1975. Dust jacket. $65.00
  263. Keleher, William A. Maxwell Land Grant: A New Mexico Item. With a new introduction by John R. Van Ness. History of one of the largest pieces of land to be owned by one man in the U.S. University of New Mexico Press, 1984. Dust jacket. $50.00

  264. Keleher, William A. Maxwell Land Grant: A New Mexico Item. With a new introduction by John R. Van Ness. History of one of the largest pieces of land to be owned by one man in the U.S. University of New Mexico Press, 1984. Soft cover. $20.00

  265. Keleher, William A. Turmoil in New Mexico 1846-1868. Introduction by Lawrence R. Murphy. History of New Mexico Territory (including Arizona), including Kearny's march, the Confederates invasion and the Navajo's Long Walk. University of New Mexico Press, 1982. Soft cover. $25.00

  266. King, Lesley S. King of the Road: Adventures Along New Mexico's Friendly Byways. Colorful travel guide with stories of interesting places to visit - filled with photos and maps. New Mexico Magazine, 2007. Hard board with paper label and embossed. $19.95

  267. Kiser, William S. Turmoil on the Rio Grande: The Territorial History of the Mesilla Valley, 1846-1865. Using both primary and secondary sources, the story of the rough and tumble years of the region are told and the effect on the developing United States. Signed by the author. 1st edition. Texas A&M University Press, 2011. $35.00

  268. Kittredge, William. Southwestern Homelands. New perspectives with stories of the Southwest. National Geographic, 2002. Dust jacket. $20.00

  269. Kolvet, Renee Corona and Victoria Ford. The Civilian Conservation Corps in Nevada: From Boys to Men. Based on extensive research in private manuscript collections, unpublished memoirs, newspapers, government reports and oral interviews. University of Nevada Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $34.95
  270. Kopecky, Arthur. Leaving New Buffalo Commune. Autobiographical story of the "hippie commune" in the mountains of New Mexico. University of New Mexico Press, 2006. Soft cover. $$19.95
  271. Kubler, George. The Religious Architecture of New Mexico in the Colonial Period and Since the American Occupation. Originally published in 1940 this study examines the churches and New Mexico culture. "School of American Reserch" written on inside front endsheet. University of New Mexico Press, 1972. Dust jacket, oversize. $30.00

  272. Kubler, George. The Religious Architecture of New Mexico in the Colonial Period and Since the American Occupation. Originally published in 1940 this study examines the churches and New Mexico culture. University of New Mexico Press, 1990. Soft cover, oversize. $15.00

  273. Kupper, Winifred. The Golden Hoof: The Story of the Sheep of the Southwest. The story of the sheep of the Southwest from the time of the Indians and Coronado to the present day. Signed by the author. 1st edition. Knopf, 1945. Dust jacket with spine faded and slight wear. $45.00

  274. Kurtz, Kenneth. Literature of the American Southwest: A Selective Bibliography. Occidental College, 1956. Soft cover. $15.00

  275. La Farge, Oliver with the assistance of Arthur Morgan. Santa Fe: The Autobiography of a Southwest Town. The story of how adobe dwellings developed into a cultural center of the Southwest. Foreword by Paul Horgan. Inscription "For Mrs. Goldwater with best wishes" Signed by LaFarge and Morgan. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1970. Clolth with minor wear and stain. $45.00
  276. Laine, Don & Barbara. The New Mexico Guide: The Definitive Guide to the Land of Enchantment. Completely revised and updated, with maps, listing of museums and other places to visit. 3rd edition. Fulcrum Publishing, 2005. Soft cover. $14.95
  277. L'Aloge, Bob. Yesterdays . . . Today! Volume One: Authentic Accounts of the Old West. Stories of New Mexico. Flying Eagle - Thunderhawk Enterprises, 1995. Soft cover yellow. $12.95
  278. L'Aloge, Bob. Yesterdays . . . Today! Volume Two: Authentic Accounts of the Past. Stories of New Mexico. Flying Eagle - Thunderhawk Enterprises, 1995. Soft cover yellow. $12.95
  279. Larson Forgotten frontier Larson, Carole. Forgotten Frontier: The Story of Southeastern New Mexico. Engaging narrative of the frontier era with its lawlessness, but compelling story of the people and their cultures. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1993. Dust jacket. $20.00

  280. Larson Forgotten frontier Larson, Carole. Forgotten Frontier: The Story of Southeastern New Mexico. Engaging narrative of the frontier era with its lawlessness, but compelling story of the people and their cultures. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1993. Soft cover. $10.00

  281. new larson nm Larson, Robert W. New Mexico's Quest for Statehood 1846-1912. Combining extensive research and clear style, Larson provides the answers as to why it took New Mexico so long to achieve statehood. University of New Mexico Press, 2013. Soft cover. $29.95

  282. SOLD Lavender, David. The Trail to Santa Fe. Illustratedby Nicholas Eggenhofer. Young readers account of the frontier West. North Star Books. Signed by the artist. 1st edition. Houghton Mifflin, 1958. Dust jacket with some wear. $20.00

  283. Lecompte, Janet. Rebellion in Rio Arriba. Fine Well researched documented account of a revolt by Indians & Hispanics in New Mexico in August 1837. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1985. Dust jacket. $35.00
  284. Lecompte, Janet. Rebellion in Rio Arriba. Fine Well researched documented account of a revolt by Indians & Hispanics in New Mexico in August 1837. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1985. Soft cover. $11.95
  285. SOLD Leonard, Olen E. The Role of the Land Grant in the Social Organization and Social Processes of a Spanish-American Village in New Mexico. In-depth study of the conditions and way of life in El Cerrito. 1st edition. Calvin Horn, 1970. Dust jacket. $18.00

  286. Lloyd, Tanya. New Mexico. Some of North America's best photographers celebrate this intriguing state, from ghost towns and sacred sites to vital urban communites and wilderness scenes. Beautiful color photographs. WhiteCap, 2005. Dust jacket. $17.95
  287. Lomeli, Francisco A., ed. Defying the Inquisition in Colonial New Mexico: Miguel de Quintana's Life and Writings. edited and translated by Lomeli and Clark A. Colahan. Foreword by Luis Leal. University of New Mexico Press, 2006. Burgundy cloth. $39.95
  288. Lomeli, Francisco A., ed. Nuevomexicano Cultural Legacy: Forms, Agencies, and Discourse. Fourteen essays examine many sides of Nuevomexicano culture: its treatment of the sacred, its discourses on identity and difference, its historical and literary legacy from colonial times to the present. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $35.00
  289. Loomis, Noel M. The Texan-Santa Fe Pioneers. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1958. Dust jacket with wear. $35.00

  290. Los Alamos: Beginning of an Era 1943-1945. Illustrated history of thefounding of the Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory and its successful mission to create the first tomic bomb. Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, c. 1960s. Soft cover, oversize. $8.00

  291. Lovato, Andrew Leo. Santa Fe Hispanic Culture: Preserving Identity in a Tourist Town. An attempt to define the city's cultural identity from prehistoric to present-day. University of New Mexico Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $24.95
  292. SOLD Lowe, Sam. Southwest Curiosities: Quirky Characters, Roadside Oddities & Other Offbeat Stuff. Amusing events and locations in Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada, and West Texas. Illustrated. Globe Pequot Press, 2013. Soft cover. $16.95


  293. chimayo weaving Lucero, Helen R. and Suzanne Baizerman. Chimayo Weaving: The Transformation of a Tradition. The first study to examine the Rio Grande Hispanic weaving tradition from 1870 to the present. Illustrated with examples of weaving and the weavers. 1st edition. University Of New Mexico Press, 1999. Stiff soft cover. $12.50

  294. Lucero, Thomas L. and Thomas J. Steele, S.J. Religious Architecture in Hispano New Mexico. Illustrated examination of the various churches and similar structures. Includes photographs and drawings. LPD Press, 2005. Soft cover. $15.95

  295. Lumholtz, Carl. New Trails in Mexico: An Account of One Year's Exploration in North-Western Sonora, Mexico, and South-Western Arizona 1909-1910. Reprint of the 1912 edition, but not including all the photographs. University of Arizona Press, 1990. Soft cover. $19.95

  296. Lummis, Charles F. A Bronco Pegasus. Tributes and poetry for experiences and friends such as Teddy Roosevelt, John Muir and Geronimo. 1st edition. Hougton Mifflin, 1928. Yellow decorated cloth. $50.00

  297. Lummis, Charles F. Flowers of Our Lost Romance. Stories of people living in the West. Previous owner's bookplate on front endsheet and stamp on title page. 1st edition. Houghton Mifflin, 1929. Yellow cloth. $45.00

  298. Lummis,Charles F. The King of the Broncos and Other Stories of New Mexico. Previous owner's small stamp on front endsheet and title page. Charles Scribner's Sons, 1928. Redish cloth, with minor wear. $28.50

  299. Lummis, Charles F. The Land of Poco Tiempo. Lummis successfully captured and described the essence of the people who inhabit the Southwest, providing descriptions of the customs, religions, songs, ceremonies, traditions and history. Presentation copy signed by Lummis. Charles Scribner's Sons, 1921. Brown decorated cloth with spine faded and worn on edges. $75.00
  300. Lummis, Charles F. The Land of Poco Tiempo. Lummis successfully captured and described the essence of the people who inhabit the Southwest, providing descriptions of the customs, religions, songs, ceremonies, traditions and history. University of New Mexico Press, 1973. Soft cover with some discoloration. $10.00

  301. Lummis, Charles F. Some Strange Corners of Our Counry. Foreword by Lawrence Clark Powell. A popular travel guide when first published in 1892, it now offers a retrospective on the Southwest. University of Arizona Press, 1989. Soft cover. $16.95

  302. Luther, T. N. Collecting Santa Fe Authors. Illustrations by Marilyn Luther. Discussion on various Santa Fe writers. Limited edition of 500 soft cover, signed by author and artist. Ancient City Press, 2002. Soft cover. $9.50

  303. Lux, Annie. Historic New Mexico Churches. Photographs by Daniel Nadelbach. This compelling story of New mexico is seen through rich layers of culture and art that evolved its historic churches. A journey through cultues, time, war, growth and expansion with beautiful photographs. Gibbs Smith, 2007. Dust jacket. $29.95

  304. Major, Mabel and Rebecca W. Smith and T. M. Pearce. Southwest Heritage: A Literary History with Bibliography. Discusses various types of literature with recommendations on reading. Marking in the book. Book was previously owned and signed by author C. Gregory Crampton and has a bookplate and signatur of Levi Edgar Young, Mormon President. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1938. Blue decorated cloth. $25.00

  305. Mallery, Barbara Vogt. Bailing Wire & Gamuza: The True Story of a Family Ranch near Ramah, New Mexico 1905-1986. A wistful memoir presenting vignettes of ranch life in northwestern New Mexico, illustrated with historical photographs. New Mexico Magazine, 2003. Pictorial casebound. $29.95
  306. The Mapping of the American Southwest. 1st edition. Edited by Dennis Reinhartz and Charles C. Colley. Well illustrated with twenty-two black and white maps and seven color plates, this book vividly summarizes the history of the region's mapping. An excellent example of the development of cartography as science and art. Texas A&M University Press, 1987. Dust jacket. $25.00
  307. Manchester, Albert D. Trails Begin Where Rails End: Early-day Motoring Adventures in the West and Southwest. Illustrated history of traveling across the Southwest with information on the Fred Harvey hotels and girls and the Detour Girls. Trans-Anglo Books, 1987. Dust jacket, oversize. $35.95

  308. Mares E. A. I Returned and Saw Under the Sun: Padre Martinez of Taos: A Play. Story of the Taos priest in nineteenth century New Mexico. 1st edition. University of New Mexio Press, 1989. Soft cover, slight rubbing. $10.95

  309. Mares, Michael A. A Desert Calling: Life in a Forbidding Landscape. Foreword by Stephen Jay Gould. An autobiographical account of a biologists travels in the deserts of the world, including the American Southwest. 1st edition. Harvard University Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $29.95

  310. Martin, Gene and Mary. Trail Dust: A Quick Picture History of the Santa Fe Trail. Illustrated look at the Santa Fe Trail. Handwritten word "indexed" on inside front cover. Martin Associates, 1972. Soft cover. $6.00

  311. Martinez, Demetria and Rosalee Montoya-Read. Grandpa's Magic Torilla. Illustrations by Lisa May Casaus. Spanish translation by Rosalee Montoya-Read. Bilingual, charming story that celebrates family with a tale of a tortilla. University of New Mexico Press, 2010. Casebound with colorful illustrations. $18.95

  312. Martinson, Suzanne Pickett. Outdoor Style: The Essence of Southwest Living. A celebration of living alfresco and outdoor living. 1st edition. Northland Publishing, 2003. Dust jacket. $34.95
  313. Masters, Paul. The Old in the New: Tracing the Folk Art Heritage of New Mexico. Exhibit catalog of Folk Art. International Folk Art Foundation and Museum of New Mexico 1965-66. Wraps. $5.00

  314. Mather, Christine, ed. Colonial Frontiers: Art & Life in Spanish New Mexico - The Fred Harvey Collection. Between 1900 and 1950 members of the Harvey family and company collected fine examples of Spanish colonial and Native American art. This collection helps explore the historical connections between colonial Mexico and New Mexico. 1st edition. Publication of the Museum of International Folk Art. Ancient City Press, 1983. Soft cover, oversize. $25.00
  315. McCaleb, Walter F. The Santa Fe Expedition. Real story of the ill-fated expedition organized by Lamar to take over New Mexico. 2nd printing. Naylor, 1964. Dust jacket with minor wear. $12.50

  316. SOLD McCauley, La Verne and Terrell T. Shelley. Pioneer Families of Grant County, New Mexico: A History of the Hooker-Shelley families and the 916 Ranch. Filled with photographs and stories of these early residents of New Mexico. Gateway Press, 1987. Red cloth. $50.00
  317. McCracken, Ellen. The Life and Writing of Fray Angelico Chavez: A New Mexico Renaissance Man. A literary biography that includes a deep look into the intellectual and cultural contributions of Chavez. University of New Mexico Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $42.95

  318. McGraw, Patricia. Tiffany Blue: The True Story of Turquoise, Tiffany & James P. McNulty in Territorial New Mexico, 1892-1933. Fascinating account of the early days of turquoise mining in New Mexico. Lone Butte Press, 2006. Soft cover. $19.95
  319. McKay, Mary Terence and Lisa Trujillo. The Centinela Weavers of Chimayo: Unfolding Tradition. A brief history of weaving in New Mexico's Rio Grande Valley and its development throughout several generations of Trujillos in Chimayo. Centinela Traditional Arts, 1999. Soft cover, oversize. $30.00

  320. McKenna, James A. Black Range Tales: Chronicling Sixty Years of Life and Adventure in the Southwest. Introduction by Shane Leslie, illustrated with woodcuts by Howard Simon. Story of frontier and pioneer life in New Mexico. Limited edition to 500 copies, numbered and signed by the author. Previous owner's inscription on front endsheet. Wilson-Erickson, 1936. Black Cloth. $175.00

  321. SOLD Meinig, D. W. Southwest: Three Peoples in Geographical Change 1600-1970. Outlines the social geography of the Southwest. Oxford University Press, 1971. Soft cover. $8.00

  322. Meketa, Jacqueline. From Martyrs to Murderers: The Old Southwest's Saints, Sinners & Scalawags. A collection of tales connected to the New Mexico territory and the Southwest with such figures as Sally Rooke, "Bush" Clark and his pal "French," and Padre Etienne Avel. Yucca Tree Press, 1993. Dust jacket. $18.95

  323. Melendez, A. Gabriel. Spanish-Language Newspapers in New Mexico, 1834-1958. Details the education and formation of a generation of Spanish-language journals who were instrumental in creating a culture of print in native communities. University of Arizona Press, 2005. Soft cover. $24.95
  324. Melnick, Ralph. Justice Betrayed: A Double Killing in Old Santa Fe. Examination of the 1931 murder of a young woman and the execution of Thomas Johnson, an African American laborer. Meticulously researched account that substantiates the rumor that the wrong man was put to death. University of New Mexico Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $22.95

  325. Melzer, Richard. Coming of Age in the Great Depression: The Civilian Conservation Corps Experience in New Mexico, 1933-1942. Signed by the author. 1st printing. Yucca Tree Press, 2000, Dust jacket. $35.00
  326. Melzer, Richard. New Mexico: A Celebration of the Land of Enchantment. Similar to Turner's Arizona, filled with wonderful photographs and art. Gibbs Smith, 2011. $40.00

  327. SOLD Metz, Leon C. Border: The U.S.-Mexico Line. Chronicles the Mexican border, including historical accounts from the government agents, engineers, outlaws, Indians, immigrants and developers. Reprint. TCU Press, 2008. Soft cover. $29.95
  328. Miller, Tom. On the Border: Portraits of America's Southwestern Frontier. A fascinating look at life along the strip of land where the United States and Mexico meet - from Brownsville, Texas to San Ysidro, California. 1st edition. Harper & Row, 1981. Dust jacket. $20.00

  329. SOLD Miller, Tom. Revenge of the Saguaro: Offbeat Travels Through America's Southwest. Foreword by Pete Hamill. A quirky and delightful read. Cinco Puntos Press. Soft cover. $14.95

  330. SOLD Mills, George. The People of the Saints. A study of the Santos by the former curator of the Taylor Museum. 1st edition. The Taylor Museum, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, nd. Dust jacket. $20.00
  331. Milsten, David Randolph. Thomas Gilcrease. a biography of the founder of the Thomas Gilcrease Institute of American History and Art. Naylor Company, 1969. Green cloth. $30.00

  332. The Missions of Northern Sonora: A 1935 Field Documentation. Edited with preface, notes, appendices and references by Buford Pickens. Historical and archaeological aspects by Arthur Woodward, integrated with the architecture and photographs. University of Arizona Press, 1993. Decorated mauve cloth with gold printing and decorations and creme cloth spine. $25.00

  333. SOLD Mocho, Jill. Murder and Justice in Frontier New Mexico 1821 - 1846. Recounts eleven homicides in New Mexico during the Mexico period, colorfully written vignettes. University of New Mexico Press, 1997. Dust jacket. $50.00
  334. Moehring, Eugene P. and Michael S. Green. Las Vegas: A Centennial History. Celebrates the city's unparalleled growth, examining both the development of its gaming industry and the creation of an urban complex. University of Nevada Press, 2005. Soft cover. $21.95
  335. Mondragon, John B. and Ernest S. Stapleton. Public Education in New Mexico. Examination of key issues in New Mexico public education emphasies policies and trends. University of New Mexico Press, 2005. Soft cover. $22.95
  336. Montano, Mary. Tradiciones Nuevomexicanas: Hispano Arts and Culture of New Mexico. First comprehensive overview of the folk arts of New Mexico from the sixteenth century to the present. Illustrated. University of New Mexico Press, 2001. Soft cover, oversize. $20.00

  337. Montgomery, Charles. The Spanish Redemption: Heritage, Power, and the Loss on New Mexico's Upper Rio Grande. Compelling narrative thatt traces the hsitory of the upper Rio Grande's modern Spanish heritage, showing how Anglos and Hispanos sought to redefine their social character by glorifying its Spanish colonial past. This region owes as much to the coming of the Santa Fe Railroad in 1880 as to the first Spanish colonial campaign of 1598. 1st edition. University of California Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $50.00
  338. Montoya, Maria E. Translating Property: The Maxwell Land Grant and the Conflict over land in the American West, 1840-1900. The story of a single tract of 1.7 million acres shows how contending groups reinterpret the meaing of property to uphold their conflicting claims to land. University of California Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $50.00
  339. Montoya, Maria E. Translating Property: The Maxwell Land Grant and the Conflict over land in the American West, 1840-1900. The story of a single tract of 1.7 million acres shows how contending groups reinterpret the meaing of property to uphold their conflicting claims to land. University Press of Kansas, 2005. Soft cover. $15.95 *
  340. Moody, Ralph. The Old Trails West. Stories about western frontier trails. Previous owners name inscribed front page. Thomas Y. Crowell, 1963. Dust jacket. $30.00
  341. Moore, Michael. Los Remedios: Traditional Herbal Remedies of the Southwest. Illustrated by Mimi Kamp. A practical guide to theraputic herbal remedies based on the popular traditions, herbal lore, and customs from the cultures of the Southwest. Museum of New Mexico Press, 1990. Soft cover. $14.95

  342. Moore, Paul. Cricket in the Web: The 1949 Unsolved Murder that Unraveled Politics in New Mexico. The story of the murder of Ovida Coogler, an eighteen year old waitress in Las Cruces and the impact on state government. University of New Mexico Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $29.95
  343. Morgan, Phyllis S. Marc Simmons of New Mexico: Maverick Historian. A biography of New Mexico's best known and most distinguished historian, along with a sampling of his writings and a comprehensive bibliography. University of New Mexico Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $39.95
  344. Morrill, Claire. A Taos Mosaic: Portrait of New Mexico Village. Story of the people and community of Taos. Remains of stamp on inside front endsheet. 1st edition. Signed by the author. University of New Mexico Press, 1973. Dust jacket with minor wear. $50.00

  345. Morrill, Claire. A Taos Mosaic: Portrait of New Mexico Village. Story of the people and community of Taos. Remains of stamp on inside front endsheet.. University of New Mexico Press, 1982. Soft cover with minor wear. $15.00

  346. Mosley, May Price. "Little Texas" Beginnings in Southeastern New Mexico. 1st edition. Daily life of the ranchers and homesteaders who came from Texas. Edited by Martha Downer Ellis. Hall-Poorbaugh Press, 1973. Red cloth. $45.00
  347. SOLD Muench, David. Desert Images. Photographs by Muench. Text by Edward Abbey. A pictoral and verbal tribute to this extraordinary American landscape. 1st edition. Chanticleer Press, 1979. Burlap cloth in matching slipcase. $250.00
  348. Muench, David. Desert Images. Photographs by Muench. Text by Edward Abbey. A pictoral and verbal tribute to this extraordinary American landscape. Gallery Books, 1986. Dust jacket. Oversized. $125.00
  349. Muench, David. New Mexico; Photography. Photographs by Muench with text by Tony Hillerman. Beautiful color images of New Mexico. Previous owner's bookplate on inside front cover. Graphic Arts Center Publishing Co., 1974. Dust jacket with minor wear, oversize. $25.00 *

  350. Muench, David. Vast & Intimate: Connecting with the Natural World. Text by Lawrence W. Cheek. A unique look at the Southwestern Landscape with inspiring views by photographer Muench. Arizona Highways, 2002. Dust jacket. $39.95
  351. The Multi-Cultural Southwest: A Reader. Edited by A. Gabriel Melendez, M. Jane Young, Patricia Moore, Patrick Pynes. This book presents a montage of differing perspectives demonstrating that there is no sing.e, definitive description of the Southwest. The editors have assembled an interdisciplinary composite, drawing on history, sociology, anthropology, and geography. University of Arizona Press, 2001. Dust jacket. $45.00
  352. Murder, Mystery and Mayhem in the Rio Abajo. Edited by Richard Melzer and John Taylor. These are but a few of the incidents of murder, mystery, and mayhem that make the Rio Abajo such a treasure trove of intriguing history for local residents and historians alike. Signed by the editors. Valencia County Historical Society and Rio Grande Books, 2013. Soft cover. $24.95 *

  353. Murphy, Larry. Out in God's Country: A History of Colfax County, New Mexico. 1st edition. Springer Publishing, 1969. Brown Wraps. $30.00
  354. Murray, John A. Cinema Southwest: An Illustrated Guide to the Movies and Their Locations. An invaluable reference book and trip planner, packed with interesting facts. Northland Publishing, 2000. Soft cover. $21.95
  355. SOLD Myers, Lee. Soldier's Hill, New Mexico. In the English Westerner's Society Brand Book, Vol. 24 No. 1 Winter 1986. Also contains Rube Brown and the Atmosphere of Violence by Chuck Parsons. English Westerners' Society, 1986. Blue wraps. $13.50

  356. Nabhan, Gary Paul. Why Some Like It Hot: Food, Genes, and Cultural Diversity. A culinary odyssey to solve the puzzles posed by culture and traditional cuisine. Island Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $24.00
  357. Nagarajan, Nadia Grosser. Pomegranate Seeds: Latin American Jewish Tales. Introduction by Ilan Stavans. The first collection of the oral tradition of Latin American Jews presented in English in thirty-four tales that span 500 years of Jewish presence in Latin America and the Caribbean. University of New Mexico Press, 2005. Soft cover. $23.95
  358. Nahm, Milton C. Las Vegas and Uncle Joe: The New Mexico I Remember. Story of the development of Las Vegas, NM, including the Teapot Dome scandal. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1964. Dust jacket with wear. $28.00

  359. Nash, Eric Peter. Ansel Adams: The Spirit of Wild Places. An informative volume about the photographer and special places containing photographs from Yosemite, Canyon de Chelly and Rocky Mountain National Park. NLB, 2006. Dust jacket. $19.95
  360. Neatherlin, May. House of the Rancher. Novel set in the ranching country of southeastern New Mexico. Naylor Co., 1955. Dust jacket with minor wear. $45.00

  361. [Nentvigt, Juan.] Rudo ensayo, by an unkown Jesuit padre, 1763. First published in an edition of 150 copies by Buckingham Smith, 1863. Translated by Eusebio Guitéras and published in English in vol. v, no. 2, of the Records of the American Catholic Historical Society of Philadelphia, June, 1894. This is a limited edition of 500 copies, numbered. Previous owner's bookplate on front endsheet. Arizona Silhouettes, 1951. Red cloth. $40.00
  362. [Nentvigt, Juan.] Rudo ensayo : a description of Sonora and Arizona in 1764. Translated, clarified, and annotated by Alberto Francisco Pradeau and Robert R. Rasmussen. New translation that adds expert knowledge of the area, language and history. University of Arizona Press, 1980. Green decorated cloth. $35.00

  363. [Nentvigt, Juan.] Rudo ensayo : a description of Sonora and Arizona in 1764. Translated, clarified, and annotated by Alberto Francisco Pradeau and Robert R. Rasmussen. New translation that adds expert knowledge of the area, language and history. University of Arizona Press, 1980. Green soft cover. $15.00
  364. New Mexicans in Cameo and Camera: New Deal Documentation of Twentieth-Century Lives. Edited by Marta Weigle. Weaving writings and images to describe the people of New Mexico during the depression. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1985. Dust jacket. $37.50

  365. New Mexicans in Cameo and Camera: New Deal Documentation of Twentieth-Century Lives. Edited by Marta Weigle. Weaving writings and images to describe the people of New Mexico during the depression. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1985. Soft cover. $25.00

  366. New Mexico Blue Book, 1882. A complete facsimile of the scarce first edition of the first governmental handbook of the Territory of New Mexico, compiled by W. G. Ritch, Secretary of the Territory. With a new preface by Clinton P. Anderson, Senator from New Mexico. University of New Mexico Press, 1968. Blue stiff boards in blue slipcase with paper label. $45.00
  367. New Mexico Bureau of Immigration. The Land of Sunshine: A Handbook of the Resources, Products, Industries and Climate of New Mexico. Compiled and edited by Max Frost and Paul A. F. Walter. Former copy from the El Paso Public Library with usual library markings and stamps. New Mexico Printing Co., 1906. Green library binding. $85.00

  368. SOLD New Mexico in Maps. Edited by Jerry L. Williams. Revised and expanded edition that provides maps and data on New Mexico. 2nd edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1986. Dust jacket with pieces missing on top spine and bottom front cover. Oversize. $30.00

  369. New Mexico in Maps. Edited by Jerry L. Williams. Revised and expanded edition that provides maps and data on New Mexico. 2nd edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1986. Soft cover with minor wear, oversize. $25.00

  370. New Mexico Lifeways: The Anglo Settlers. Portfolio with text and individual plates showing the early settlers on the frontier. Museum of New Mexico. Oversize slipcase. $9.95

  371. New Mexico on My Mind. Introduction by Jim Arnholz. The best of New Mexico in words and photographs. Falcon Press, 1990. Dust jacket, oversize. $15.00

  372. New Mexico Place Names: A Geographical Dictionary. Edited by T. M. Pearce. Contains more than 5,000 individual items, exploring the folklore, history and frontier humor of New Mexico. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1965. Dust jacket, with piece missing on bottom of spine and worn at top of spine. $35.00

  373. A New Mexico Scrapbook - Memorias de Nuevo Mexico: Twenty-three New Mexicans Remember Growing Up. Compiled and edited by Michael Miller. Capturing the past and make it live again from Santa Fe to Las Cruces. Signed by Miller. Honeysuckle Imprint, 1991. Dust jacket. $18.00
  374. SOLD New Stories from the Southwest. Edited by D. Seth Horton, foreword by Ray Gonzalez. A generous sampling of the best of contemporary fiction by such authors as Matt Clark, Alan Cheuse and Marcela Fuentes. Swallow Press, 2008. Soft cover. $16.95
  375. Newcomb, Rexford. The Spanish House for America: Its Design and Furnishing and Garden. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. 1st edition. J.B. Lippincott Company, 1927. Brown cloth. $200.00

  376. Nickens, Paul and Kathleen. Touring the West with the Fred Harvey Co. & the Santa Fe Railway. Illustrated history of he Santa Fe Railway and the Fred Harvey Company as they promoted the Southwest and Native Americans. Schiffer, 2009. Soft cover, oversize. $24.95

  377. Niemeyer, Lucian. New Mexico: Images of A Land and Its People. Foreword by Governor Bill Richardson, Text by Art Gomez. The internationally known photographer Niemeyer, teamed up with historian Gomez in a new presentation on New Mexico. Filled with more than 150 color photographs from around the state. University of New Mexico Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $39.95

  378. Nieto-Phillips, John M. The Language of Blood: The Making of Spanish-American Identity in New Mexico, 1880s-1930s. An examination of of the Spanish-speaking population of New Mexican and their identity evolution from a medieval rhetoric about blood purity as well as a modern longing to enter the "United States' white body politic." University of New Mexico, 2004. Dust jacket. $32.50
  379. Noble, David Grant. Pueblos, Villages, Forts & Trails: A Guide to New Mexico's Past. A profusely illustrated guidebook to sixty-four intriguing sites. University of New Mexico Press, 1994. Soft cover. $19.95
  380. Nostrand, Richard L. El Cerrito, New Mexico: Eight Generations in a Spanish Village. Captures the essence of a village that despite cultural and economic disintegration, sparks the passion of a small number of inhabitants who want to keep it alive. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $39.95
  381. Odens, Peter. Along the Cactus Border. Stories along the U.S.-Mexico border from Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California. Signed by the author.1st printing Sun Graphics, 1978. Soft cover. $10.00

  382. SOLD Odens, Peter. The Desert's Edge. Story of southern California and Mexico. Signed by the author. 1982. Soft cover. $10.00

  383. Odens, Peter. Pioneerland Below the Sea. Story of the Imperial Valley. Foreword by Senator John V. Tunney. Signed by the author. Calexico Chronicle, 1970. Yellow wraps. $40.00

  384. Old Southwest New Southwest: Essays on a Region and Its Literature. Edited by Judy Nolte Lensink. A collection of essays by major southwestern writers and scholars examining the image of theSouthwest. Tucson Public Library, 1987. Soft cover. $8.00

  385. Olson, John and Cassidy. Santa Fe & Surrounds. Photography by Olson Photographic. A visual documentation of the greater Santa Fe area with many color photographs showing the sights and landscape. Schiffer, 2005. Casebound, oversize. $24.95
  386. SOLD On the Border: Society and Culture Between the United States and Mexico. Edited by Andrew Grant Wood. Discusses the relationship of the history and culture in the Mexican-American border region. SR Books, 2004. Black casebound. $65.00
  387. On the Santa Fe Trail. Edited with an introduction by Marc Simmons. A collection of first hand accounts, providikng humor and human interest as well as describing the dangers, hardships and joys of crossing. University Press of Kansas, 1986. Soft cover. $9.95

  388. Pack, Arthur Newton. We called it Ghost Ranch. Tells the fascinating story of the ranch in northwest New Mexico. Ghost Ranch Conference Center, 1968. Dust jacket. $20.00

  389. Padget, Martin. Indian Country: Travels in the American Southwest 1840 - 1935. Analyzes the works of Anglo writers and artists who encountered American Indians in the course of their travels in the Southwest. University of New Mexico Press, 2004. Soft cover. $24.95
  390. Pailla, Carmella. El Rancho de las Golondrinas: Living History in New Mexico's La Cienega Valley. Photographs by Jack Parsons, introduction by Marc Simmons. Illustrated history of a culture and place. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2009. Dust jacket, oversize. $39.95

  391. Parent, Laurence. New Mexico Impressions. Photography and text by Laurence Parent. Farcountry Press, 2004. Soft cover. $9.95
  392. Parsons, Francis. A Time of Preservation. Vivid accounts of desert, mountain, and mesa; of life in the open, on a wise horse and with ancient and current dwellers. 1st edition. Stratford Company, 1935. Book and dust jacket show some wear. $15.00

  393. Parsons, Jack. Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico. Introduction by Christine Mather. Illustrated look at the people and region. Rizzoli, 1991. Dust jacket, oversize. $37.50 Special $15.00

  394. Pearson, Jim Berry. The Maxwell Land Grant. Full of information dealing with individuals and events. Previous owner's inscription on front endsheet. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1961. $60.00
  395. Peck, Anne Merriman. Southwest Roundup. 1st edition. Graphic story of a fascinating region told by one who knows and loves it through some years of residence and exploration. Cornwall Press, 1950, Dust jacket. $25.00
  396. Pena, Abe. Memories of Cibola: Stories form New Mexico Villagers. Pena introduces the reader to friends and relatives form his youth and illustrates the stories of their lives and experiences between the 1920's and 1950's in the remote village of San Mateo. Rio Grande Books, 2007. Dust jacket. $32.95
  397. Pena, Abe M. Villages & Villagers: Stories from New Mexico Villages. Foreword by Marc Simmons. A compilation of stories about the daily lives of people in northwestern New Mexico. Rio Grande Books, 2007. Dust jacket. $32.95
  398. Pena, Devon G. Mexican Americans and the Environment: Tierra y vida. This book explores the relationship between ecology and culture in the Mexican American experience. University of Arizona Press, 2005. Soft cover. $16.95
  399. Pena, Manuel. Where the Ox Does Not Plow: A Mexican American Ballad. An autobiographical ethnography, describing twenty-six episodes that chronicle his life from migrant worker to a career in academia. University of New Mexico Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $24.95
  400. Perez, Vincent. Remembering the Hacienda: History and Memory in the Mexican American Southwest. To trace the importance of the hacienda and its heroes and orphans in Mexican American culture, Pérez examines five novels and autobiographies. Texas A&M University Press, 2006. Green cloth. $49.95

  401. Pettit, Michael. Artists of New Mexico Traditions: The National Heritage Fellows. Presents all fifteen of New Mexico's NEA fellows from the beginning, showcasing the artistic landscape of New Mexico. Illustrated. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2012. Dust jacket. $29.95

  402. Peyton, John Rowzee. A Virginian in New Mexico. Introduction by Louise Ellyson and illustrated by Thurman Dillard. Story set in 1773 New Mexico. Press of the Territorian, 1967. Orange wraps. $15.00
  403. SOLD Photography: New Mexico. Handsome exhibit catalog with essays by Thomas Barrow, curator and Stuart A. Ashman. Artist profiles written by Kristin Barendsen. Filled with color plates and information. Fresco Fine Art Publications, 2008. Silver gray hard cover with Silver metallic slipcase. $95.00

  404. Picturesque Southwest. Travelers' Guide to Southwestern Attractions with photographs, maps and information. 1st issue. 1937. Soft cover oversize. $30.00

  405. Pike, David. Roadside New Mexico: A Guide to Historic Markers. Describes over 350 historic markers along the state's roads describing people, geological features and historic events. University of New Mexico Press, 2004. Soft cover. $23.95 *

  406. Pillsbury, Dorothy L. Adobe Doorways. More storis of Mrs. Apodaca and the colorful people of Tenario Flat. Vignettes by M. J. Davis. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1952. Dust jacket. $17.50

  407. Pillsbury, Dorothy L. No High Adobe. Stories of Mrs. Apodaca and her amigos which originally appeared in the Christian Science Monitor. Vignettes by M. L. Davis. University of New Mexico Press, 1960. Dust jacket. $15.00

  408. Pillsbury, Dorothy L. Roots in Adobe. Stories of Santa Fe's Tenoria Flat and its inhabitants. Previous owner's bookplate on inside front cover. Illustrated by Sam Smith. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1959. Dust jacket. $20.00

  409. Pillsbury, Dorothy L. Star Over Adobe. A new collection of stories in which New Mexico's three cultures - Indian, Spanish and Anglo - are lightly sketched. Illustrated by Richard Kurman. Inscription on front endsheet from "Canyon Wren" with a drawing of a tree and small building. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1963. Dust jacket. $20.00

  410. Plossu, Bernard. Bernard Plossu's New Mexico. Photographs by Bernard Plossu, text by Gilles Mora and foreword by Edward T. Hall. A remarkable record of our own Southwest. University of New Mexico Press, 2006. Soft cover. $29.95
  411. Plural Society in the Southwest. Edited by Edward H. Spicer and Raymond H. Thompson. Examines the southwestern population, with chapters on the Navajo, Hopi, Mormons, Mexicans. Weatherhead Foundation, 1972. Dust jacket. $15.00

  412. *Poling-Kempes, Lesley. Ghost Ranch. The story of the celebrated retreated from its transformation from el Ranch de los Brujos, a hideout for legendary outlaws to a cultural mecca, occupying twenty-two thousand acres of the Piedra Lumbre basin, this fabled place was the love of artist Georgia O'Keeffe. University of Arizona Press, 2005. Soft cover. $22.95
  413. Poling-Kempes, Lesley. Valley of Shining Stone: The Story of Abiquiu. Story of an area north by northwest from old Santa Fe where legends developed from dinosaur bones to the stories of Pueblo Indians to the others that came - and the saga of the Ghost Ranch. 1st printing. University of Arizona Press, 1997. Dust jacket. $50.00
  414. Poling-Kempes, Lesley. Valley of Shining Stone: The Story of Abiquiu. Story of an area north by northwest from old Santa Fe where legends developed from dinosaur bones to the stories of Pueblo Indians to the others that came - and the saga of the Ghost Ranch. University of Arizona Press, 1997. Soft cover. $24.95

  415. Portales, Marco. Latino Sun, Rising: Our Spanish Speaking U.S. World. An examination of individual life of growing up as a minority member of American society using a traditional Aztec framework. 1st edition. Texas A&M University Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $29.95
  416. Powell, E. Alexander. The End of the Trail: The Far West from New Mexico to British Columbia. Illustrated with photographs and fold-out map of the route. Scribner's, 1916. Brown decorated cloth with minor wear. $40.00

  417. Powell, Donald M. Materials Relating to New Mexico and Arizona in the Serial Set 1846-1861. 2 vols. New Mexico Historical Review, Vol. XLV, No. 1. Signed by the author. University of New Mexico Press, 1970. Soft cover. $15.00

  418. Powell, Lawrence Clark. From the Heartland: Profiles of People and Places of the Southwest and Beyond. Illustrations by Bettina Steinke. Essays on Edward Abbey, Frank Waters, Maynard Dixon, Jake Zeitlin and others. Presentation copy signed by the author. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1976. Dust jacket. $60.00
  419. Powell, Lawrence Clark. From the Heartland: Profiles of People and Places of the Southwest and Beyond. Illustrations by Bettina Steinke. Essays on Edward Abbey, Frank Waters, Maynard Dixon, Jake Zeitlin and others.1st edition. Northland Press, 1976. Dust jacket. $27.50

  420. Powell, Lawrence Clark. From the Heartland: Profiles of People and Places of the Southwest and Beyond. Illustrations by Bettina Steinke. Essays on Edward Abbey, Frank Waters, Maynard Dixon, Jake Zeitlin and others. Northland Press, 1987. Soft cover. $10.00

  421. Price, Paxton P. Mesilla Valley Pioneers 1823-1912. Illustrated by Jose Cisneros. Story of the early settlers in this New Mexico community. Signed by the author. 1st printing. Yucca Tree Press, 1995. Soft cover. $50.00

  422. Price, Roberta. Across the Great Divide: A Photo Chronicle of the Counterculture. In 1969, Price traveled west to New Mexico and Colorado exploring and photographing the communes. University of New Mexico Press, 2010. Dust jacket. $34.95

  423. Prisciantelli, Tom. Spirit of the American Southwest. In simple, straightforward language is an exploration of the events and geologic processes responsible for the stunning beauty of the deserts, plateaus and mountains in the American Southwest. The reader is taken on hikes that feature interesting geologic structures and prehistoric sites. Sunstone Press, 2002. Soft cover. $22.95
  424. Quinn, Vernon. War-Paint and Powder-Horn on the Old Santa Fe Trail. The old Sante Fe trail; lure of gold, covered wagons, overland stage, hostile Indian tribes, frontiersmen. Illustrated and pictorial endpapers, with previous owner's bookplate. 1st edition. Frederick A. Stokes, 1929. Brown cloth. $30.00
  425. Quinones, Sam. Antonio's Gun and Delfino's Dream: True Tales of Mexican Migration. A collection of nonfiction tales of Mexican migration into the United States. University of New Mexico Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $24.95
  426. SOLD Rakocy, William and Rosamond Shannon Jones. Mogollon Diary 1877-1977. A history of this New Mexico ghost town - including such individuals as General Crook, Victorio, Geronimo, Elfego Baca and Sgt. Cooney. Signed with an illustration by the author. Rio Bravo Press, 1977. Brown cloth with tear on spine. $25.00
  427. Rakocy, William and Rosamond. Mogollon Diary 1877-1977 No.2. A history of this New Mexico ghost town - including such individuals as General Crook, Victorio, Geronimo, Elfego Baca and Sgt. Cooney. Signed with an illustration by the author. Rio Bravo Press, 1988. Red leatherette, oblong. $35.00

  428. SOLD Rakocy, William and Rosamond. Mogollon Diary 1877-1977 No.2. A history of this New Mexico ghost town - including such individuals as General Crook, Victorio, Geronimo, Elfego Baca and Sgt. Cooney. Bravo Press, 1988. Soft cover, oblong. $14.95

  429. Rakocy, Bill. Trails to Ruidoso. A history of the trail to this New Mexico town. Signed with a watercolor by the author. 1st edition. Rio Bravo Press, 1995. Soft cover, oblong. $15.00

  430. Ramos, Manuel. Brown-on-Brown: A Luis Montez Mystery. The return of the Denver attorney sleuth with a case that involves the struggle for water in this novel. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $21.95
  431. SOLD Recko, Corey. Murder on the White Sands: The Disappearence of Albert and Henry Fountain. The story of a prominent attorney and his sons suspected murder in 19th century New Mexico. University of North Texas Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $35.00
  432. SOLD Recko, Corey. Murder on the White Sands: The Disappearence of Albert and Henry Fountain. The story of a prominent attorney and his sons suspected murder in 19th century New Mexico. University of North Texas Press, 2007. Soft cover. $12.95

  433. SOLD Rittenhouse, Jack D. The Man Who Owned Too Much: Maxwell's Land Grant. Together with an 1895 newspaper account of the Life of Lucien Maxwell. Limited to 450 copies. Stagecoach Press, 1958. Slipcase. $100.00
  434. Rittenhouse, Jack D. Trail of Commerce and Conquest: A Brief History of the Road to Santa Fe. Santa Fe Trail Council, 1987. Wraps. $12.50

  435. Rivera, Jose A. Acequia Culture: Water, Land & Community in the Southwest. Presents a contemporary case for the value of acequias and the communities they nurture in the river valleys of southern Colorado and New Mexico. University of New Mexico Press. Soft cover. $23.95

  436. Rivera, Jose A. La Sociedad: Guardians of Hispanic Culture Along the Rio Grande. Photographs by Daniel Salazar. Story of the Society for the Mutual Protection of United Workers that flourished in the Southwest between 1880 and 1930, a period of rural industrialization that coincided with the political, and economic ahgnes in the area. University of New Mexico Press, 2010. Dust jacket. $35.00

  437. Robb, John Donald. Hispanic Folk Music of New Mexico and the Southwest: A Self-Portrait of a People. A look at over 700 songs and melodies, most with English translation and musical transcription. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1980. Dust jacket, oversize. $55.00

  438. Roberts, Calvin A. and Susan A. Roberts. New Mexico: Revised Edition. A single volume that presents the fascinating succession of events and characters that make up New Mexico's past. University of New Mexico Press, 2006. Soft cover. $22.95

  439. Roberts, Calvin A. and Susan A. Roberts. New Mexico. A single volume that presents the fascinating succession of events and characters that make up New Mexico's past. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1988. Dust jacket. $30.00

  440. Rudisill, Richard, comp. Photographers of the New Mexico Territory 1854-1912. Listing of the early photographers with some biographical information. Museum of New Mexico, 1973. Wraps. $40.00

  441. Ruess, Everett. On Desert Trails with Everett Ruess. Commemorative Edition. The first collection of Ruess's writings and originally published in 1940, contains his letters on his journeys in the desert canyons. Gibbs-Smith, 2000. Soft cover with small tears on spine. $30.00
  442. Runyan, Ruth. Southwest Sketching Tour. Drawings by the author/artist of her favorite places in southern New Mexico and south eastern Arizona. Cambray Enterprises, 1971. Soft cover oversize. $8.95

  443. Rusho, W. L. Everett Ruess: A Vagabond for Beauty. Introduction by John Nichols, afterword by Edward Abbey. A collection of letters and writings. Gibbs Smith, 1983. Soft cover with tear at bottom of spine. $14.95

  444. Rusho, W. L. The Mystery of Everett Ruess. Foreword by the Ruess Family, introduction by John Nichols with a memorial sonnet by Edward Abbey. Story of a young artist, poet and wanderer who left California for Arizona and Utah in 1934, never to be heard from again. Revised edition. Gibbs Smith, 2010. Soft cover. $16.99

  445. SOLD Ryan, John P. Fort Stanton and Its Community 1855-1896. History of the military post and development of the neighboring community. Frontier Forts and People Series #2. Special bookplate No. 141, signed by Ryan. 1st printing. Yucca Tree Press, 1998. Dust jacket. $25.00

  446. Rygle, Kathy J. and Stephen F. Pedersen. Southwest Treasure Hunter's Gem & Mineral Guide: Where & How to Dig, Pan and Mine Your Own Gems & Minerals. New, updated and expanded, 2d edition. Volume 2: Southwest States. GemStone Press, 2003. Soft cover. $14.95
  447. Salaz Marquez, Ruben. New Mexico: A Brief Multi-History. Introduction by J. Ronald Vigil. A comprehensive chronology of people, places and events covering more than 400 years of New Mexico history. Cosmic House, 2005. Casebound. $59.95

  448. forgotten peo Sanchez, George I. Forgotten People: A Study of New Mexicans. A study of the people who live in northern New Mexico. Inscription signed by Calvin Horn. 1st edition of this printing. Calvin Horn Publishers, 1967. Dust jacket worn. $35.00
  449. forgotten people paper Sanchez, George I. Forgotten People: A Study of New Mexicans. Foreword by Mario T. Garcia. A study of the people who live in northern New Mexico. 1st edition of this printing. University of New Mexico Press, 1996. Soft cover. $16.95 Special $10.00

  450. Sanchez, Joseph P. Between Two Rivers: The Atrisco Land Grant in Albuquerque History, 1692 - 1968. Story of settlement in central New Mexico. University of Oklahoma Press, 2008. White cloth. $34.95

  451. traders explor Sanchez, Joseph P. Explorers, Traders, and Slavers: Forging the Old Spanish Trail, 1678-1850. This rigorous and entertaining volume demonstrages the significance of the Old Spanish Trail and it is an integral and fascinating page of our national story. 1st edition. University of Utah Press, 1997. Dust jacket. $50.00

  452. nm history Sanchez, Joseph P. and Robert L. Spude and Art Gomez. New Mexico: A History. A comprehensive narrative providing an informative concise and up-to-date survey of New Mexico's turbulent past. 1st printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 2013. Dust jacket. $26.95

  453. Santa Fe Nativa: A Collection of Nuevomexicano Writings. Edited by Rosalie C. Otero, A. Gabriel Melendez, and Enrique R. Lamadrid. Photographs by Miguel A. Gandert. Collection of essays that bring foreward the thoughts, ideas and cultres of the Hispanos in Santa Fe. University of New Mexico Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $29.95

  454. Santa Fe: Past & Present 1860 - 1979: An Exhibition of Photographs. Catalog from the Santa Fe Gallery of Photographery. Wraps. $15.00

  455. The Santa Fe Trail: A Chapter in the Opening of the West. By the editors of Look. Illustrated history of the Santa Fe Trail, revealing is significance to the westward movement. Bookplate removed from inside front endsheet. Random House, 1946. Dust jacket with minor wear. $15.00

  456. SOLD Santos: An Exhibition of the Religious Folk Art of New Mexico. Essay by George Kubler. Amon Carter Museum of Western Art, 1964. Soft cover. $20.00
  457. Schmid, Walter. A German POW in New Mexico. Translated by Richard Rundell and edited by Wolfgang T. Schlauch. The story of one man's experiences during World War II. University of New Mexico Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $24.95
  458. Schneider, Jill. Route 66 Across New Mexico: A Wanderer's Guide. Photographs by D. Nakii. Describes places along Route 66, containing anecdotes and stories from people along the road. University of New Mexico Press, 1991. Soft cover with minor wear. $12.50 *

  459. Sectional Map of Colfax and Mora Counties, New Mexico. Compiled from the Original Plats in the Surveyor General's Office at Santa Fe, New Mexco and from the Surveys by the Maxwell Land Grant Company. 1889. Large colored map on parchment paper. Wear on edges and a few tears. $200.00 *

  460. Segale, Sister Blandina. At the End of the Santa Fe Trail. Recorded journal of Sister Blandina, a Sister of Charity, detailing her life from 1872 to 1892. Previous owner's signature on front endsheet. Bruce Publishing, 1948. Dust jacket. $25.00 *

  461. Segale, Sister Blandina. At the End of the Santa Fe Trail. Recorded journal of Sister Blandina, a Sister of Charity, detailing her life from 1872 to 1892. Foreword by Marc Simmons, afterword by Anne M. Butler. University of New Mexico Press, 1999. Soft cover. $16.95 *

  462. Seth, Sandra and Laurel. Adobe! Homes and Interiors of Taos, Santa Fe and the Southwest. Illustrations by Valerie Graves. A companion volume to the Shipway books on Mexican homes. Authentic examples of southwestern and Mexican architecture and interiors. 1st edition. 1988. Dust jacket. $47.50
  463. Shaw, Luella. True History of Some of the Pioneers of Colorado. Dark grey, discoloration on spine and edges of front cover. 1st edition. W.S. Coburn, John Patterson and A.K. Shaw, 1909. Wraps. $85.00

  464. Shelton, Charles E., comp. Photo Album of Yesterday's Southwest. A collection of early-day photographs, from the 1860s to 1910, showing the frontier face of the desert Southwest. Best West Pub., 1974. Dust jacket with minor wear. $50.00

  465. Shelton, Wilma Loy. Checklist of New Mexico Publications 1850-1953. Bibliography divided by subject matter. University of New Mexico Press, 1954. Yellow soft cover. $30.00

  466. Sheridan, Lynnaire M. "I know it's Dangerous": Why Mexicans Risk Their Lives to Cross the Border. Filled with migrants stories of deaths, protests and popular culture. University of Arizona Press, 2009. Soft cover. $24.95

  467. Sheridan, Thomas E. A History of the Southwest: The Land and Its People. Illustrated overview of the history, including Arizona and New Mexico. Bookplate of Robert C. Euler. Southwest Parks and Monuments, 1998. Soft cover, oversize. $10.00

  468. Sherman, James E. and Barbara H. Sherman. Ghost Towns and Mining Camps of New Mexico. Illustrated guide with maps by Jim Cooper. University of Oklahoma Pres, 1989. Soft cover, oversize. $15.00

  469. Shinkle, James D. Reminiscences of Roswell Pioneers. Stories of these New Mexico settlers. Signed by the author. Hall-Poorbaugh Press, 1966. Gray cloth with black printing. $45.00

  470. Shiskin, J. K. The Wonderful Year of 1880 in Santa Fe. Mentions Governor Lew Wallace, General Grant, President Rutherford B. Hayes along with railroads, mining and Native Americans. La Gaceta. El Corral de Santa Fe Westerners, 1971. Orange soft cover. $9.00 *

  471. Shoumatoff, Alex. Legends of the American Desert: Sojours in the Greater Southwest. Accounts of the author's travels, encountering Mormons, Jewish comversos, drug traffickers and Native Americans. Previous owner's inscriptions on front endsheet. Alfred A. Knopf, 1997. Dust jacket. $15.00

  472. Sibley, George Chaplin. The Road to Santa Fe: The Journal and Diaries of George Champlin Sibley... Edited by Kate L. Gregg. Includes other recollections pertaining to the surveying and marking of a road from the Missouri frontier to the settlements of New Mexico, 1825-1827. Previous owner's bookplate removed from inside front cover. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 195. Dust jacket with wear. $40.00.

  473. Simmons, Marc. Coronado's Land: Essays on Daily Life in Colonial New Mexico. Reconstructs the details of daily life, work habits and customs of New Mexico 200 to 300 years ago. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1991. Dust jacket. $27.50

  474. Simmons, Marc. Following the Santa Fe Trail: A Guide for Modern Travelers. An exciting adventure along the famous Santa Trail from Franklin, Missouri to Santa Fe, New Mexico - side trips are included. 1st edition with errata sheet at front of book. Ancient City Press, 1984. Soft cover with minor wear. $10.00
  475. Simmons, Marc. Following the Santa Fe Trail: A Guide for Modern Travelers. An exciting adventure along the famous Santa Trail from Franklin, Missouri to Santa Fe, New Mexico - side trips are included. New revised edition. Ancient City Press, 1986. Soft cover. $13.95
  476. Simmons, Marc. New Mexico: A History. Written by a historian who knows intimately of New Mexico history. States and the Nation series. 1st edition. W. W. Norton & Co., 1977. Dust jacket. $30.00
  477. Simmons, Marc. Ranchers Ramblers & Renegades: True Tales of Territorial New Mexico. Chapters on various topics, including Mesilla Valley, Estancia Spring and Captain Jack Crawford. Ancient City Press, 1984. Soft cover. $11.95
  478. Simmons, March. Treasure Trails of the Southwest. Tales of lost mines and buried gold, including the Adams Diggins. University of New Mexico Press. Soft cover, still in shrink wrap. $13.95 *

  479. Simmons, Marc. Witchcraft in the Southwest: Spanish and Indian Supernaturalism on the Rio Grande. Tales of devil's sabbats, were-animals, mysterious illnesses and incredible cures are recounted in this history. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1974. Dust jacket rubbed. $40.00
  480. * Smith, Pamela S. with Richard Polese. Passions in Print: Private Press Artistry in New Mexico 1834 - Present. Weaves the colorful story of New Mexico book artists, their dedication to a timeless craft and their extraordinary contribution to the literature of the region. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $45.00
  481. Smith, Sherry L., ed. The Future of the Southern Plains. Scholars bring the region to the forefront by asking important questions about its past and suggesting prospects for its future. The contributors, some of them natives of west Texas, Oklahoma, and eastern New Mexico, bring to their work a blend of scholarship and personal experience. The seven historians, one geographer and a paleoclimtologist comment on the environmental characteristics and history of the Southern Plains. University of Oklahoma Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $29.95
  482. Smith, Toby. Dateline: New Mexico. Foreword by Tony . Wonderful stories from conversations with old timers and newcomers, men, women, and children, Indians, Hispanics, Anglos and Blacks. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1982. Dust jacket. $27.50
  483. Sonnichsen, C. L. Pilgrim in the Sun: A Southwestern Omnibus. Collection of essays written from the beginning of Sonnichsen's career, including selections from Billy King's Tombstone to Roy Bean to exploring Texas feuds. Signed copy. 1st edition. Texas Western Press, 1988. Dust jacket. $40.00
  484. Sonnichsen, C. L. comp. and ed. Southwest in Life and Literature: A Pageant in Seven Parts. Selections from writers and historians on the Southwest from the Conquistadores to the arrival of the Americans and clashes with the Native Americans to the outlaws and ranching. 1st edition. Devin-Adair, 1962. Black cloth. $35.00

  485. Sonnichsen, C. L. Tularosa: Last of the Frontier West. Tales based on primary records and on conversations with survivors from Tularosa's pioneer days. Previous owner's stamp on front endsheet. Devin-Adair Co., 1963. Dust jacket. $30.00
  486. The Southwest Museum: Three Years of Success. 3rd Bulletin of The Southwest Society of the Archaeological Institute of America. Contents include: 'The Southwest Museum' by Chas. F. Lummis, 'The First Arizona Expedition' by Dr. F. M. Palmer, 'Catching Our Archaeology Alive' by Chas. F. Lummis, and more. The Society, 1907. Wraps. $25.00

  487. Spalding, C. C. Annals of the City of Kansas: Embracing Full Details of the Trade and Commerce of the Great Western Plains, Together with Statistics of the Agricultural, Mineral and Commercial Resources of the Country West, South and South-West, Embracing Western Missouri, Kansas, the Indian Country, and New Mexico. Report of 1858 edition. Frank Glenn Publishing Co., 1950.  Black cloth in black slipcase worn on edges. $35.00
  488. Speer, Marion A. Western Trails. Autobiographical stories of travel in Arizona, Utah, New Mexico and other Western states. Previous owner's inscription on page before half-title page. Limited edition, numbered and signed by Speer. Huntington Beach News, 1931. Blue cloth with red stain on back. $30.00

  489. Sperry, Armstrong. Wagons Westward: The Old Trail to Santa Fe. Illustrated by the author. Young adult historical fiction of the 1846 journey westward along the Santa Fe Trail. Reprint of the 1936 edition. David R. Godne, 2000. Soft cover. $14.95

  490. SOLD Stanley, F. The Alamogordo (New Mexico Story). Story of the New Mexico town. Signed by the author. Limited to 500 copies. 1963. Yellow Wraps. $15.00
  491. SOLD Stanley, F. The Alma (New Mexico Story). Tale of this former New Mexico town. Signed by the author. Yellow Wraps. $15.00
  492. SOLD Stanley, F. The Carlsbad, New Mexico Story. Story of the New Mexico town. Signed by the author. Limited to 500 copies. 1963. Yellow Wraps. $15.00
  493. Stanley, F. The Chloride, New Mexico Story. Story of the former New Mexico town. Signed by the author. 1962. Yellow Wraps. $15.00
  494. SOLD Stanley, F. The Clayton, New Mexico Story. Story of the New Mexico town. Signed by the author. Yellow Wraps. $15.00
  495. Stanley, F. The Dawson, New Mexico Story. Story of the New Mexico mining area. Signed by the author. 1961. Yellow Wraps. $15.00
  496. Stanley, F. The Elizabethtown, New Mexico Story. Story of the New Mexico town. Signed by the author. 1961. Yellow Wraps. $15.00
  497. Stanley, F. The Fairview, New Mexico Story. Story of the New Mexico community, now known as Winston. Signed by the author. Limited to 500 copies. 1962. Yellow Wraps. $15.00
  498. SOLD Stanley, F. The Folsom, New Mexico Story. Story of the New Mexico town. Signed by the author. 1962. Yellow Wraps. $15.00
  499. SOLD Stanley, F. The Fort Fillmore, New Mexico Story. Story of the New Mexico post. Signed by the author. 1961. Yellow Wraps. $15.00
  500. Stanley, F. The French, New Mexico Story. Story of the New Mexico semi-ghost town. Signed by the author. Limited to 500 copies. 1962. Yellow Wraps. $15.00
  501. SOLD Stanley, F. The Georgetown, New Mexico Story. Story of the New Mexico community. Signed by the author. Limited to 500 copies. 1963. Yellow Wraps. $15.00
  502. Stanley, F. The Kinston, New Mexico Story. Story of the former New Mexico community. Signed by the author. Previous owner's bookplate on inside cover. 1961. Yellow Wraps. $15.00
  503. SOLD Stanley, F. The La Belle, New Mexico Story. Story of the New Mexico mining area. Signed by the author. Limited to 500 copies. 1962. Yellow Wraps. $15.00
  504. Stanley, F. The Manzano, New Mexico Story. Story of the New Mexico area. Signed by the author. Limited to 500 copies. 1962. Yellow Wraps. $15.00
  505. SOLD Stanley, F. The Maxwell, New Mexico Story. Story of the New Mexico land grant area. Signed by the author. Limited to 500 copies. 1963. Yellow Wraps. $15.00
  506. SOLD Stanley, F. The Montezuma, New Mexico Story. Story of the New Mexico area. Signed by the author. Limited to 500 copies. 1963. Yellow Wraps. $15.00
  507. Stanley, F. The Mora, New Mexico Story. Story of the New Mexico high country community. Signed by the author. Limited to 500 copies. 1963. Yellow Wraps. $15.00
  508. SOLD Stanley, F. The Otero, New Mexico Story. Story of the New Mexico ghost town. Signed by the author. Limited to 500 copies. 1962. Yellow Wraps. $15.00
  509. SOLD Stanley, F. The Picuris, New Mexico Story. Story of the New Mexico pueblo. Signed by the author. Limited to 500 copies. 1962. Yellow Wraps. $15.00
  510. SOLD Stanley, F. The Questa, New Mexico Story. Story of the New Mexico area. Signed by the author. Limited to 500 copies. 1962. Yellow Wraps. $15.00
  511. SOLD Stanley, F. The San Marcial, New Mexico Story. Story of the New Mexico town. Signed by the author. 1960. Yellow Wraps. $15.00
  512. SOLD Stanley, F. The Seven Rivers, New Mexico Story. Story of the New Mexico area associated with the Lincoln County War. Signed by the author. Limited to 500 copies. 1963. Yellow Wraps. $15.00
  513. SOLD Stanley, F. The Springer, New Mexico Story. Story of the New Mexico town. Signed by the author. 1962. Yellow Wraps. $15.00
  514. Stanley, F. The Wallace, New Mexico Story. Story of the New Mexico town. Signed by the author. Limited to 500 copies. 1962. Yellow Wraps. $15.00
  515. SOLD Stanley, F. The Watrous, New Mexico Story. Story of the New Mexico community. Signed by the author. Limited to 500 copies. 1962. Yellow Wraps. $15.00
  516. Steele, Thomas J., S.J., ed and trans. The Alabados of New Mexico. Story of the Hispanics and Penitentes in New Mexico along with their poetry and religious life. Bilingual. 1st printing. University of New Mexico Press, 2005. Blue cloth with gilt printing. $55.00
  517. SOLD Steele, Thomas J. Santos and Saints: The Religious Folk Art of Hispanic New Mexico. Revision of the original work, this is an illuminating study ofthis cultural heritage. ancient City Press, 1982. Soft cover. $15.95

  518. Stiles, Jim. Brave New West: Morphing Moab at the Speed of Greed. A blend of travelogue, local color and geography while engaging the readers with folksy humor. University of Arizona Press, 2007. Soft cover. $19.95
  519. Stocking, Hobart E. The Road to Santa Fe. History of the Santa Fe Trail from Missouri to New Mexico. 1st edition. Hastings House., 1971. $30.00

  520. Stoney, James M. Lighting the Candle: The Episcopal Church on the Upper Rio Grande. A history of the Missionary District of New Mexico and Southwest Texas up until the time it became a Diocese in 1952. 1st edition. Rydal Press, 1961. Dust jacket with minor wear. $25.00

  521. Storm, Barry. Tales of the Southwest: Three Books in One: Western Vignettes; The Mountains That Were God; California Gold. Stories that embrass the panoramic sweep across the wild Southwest from texas to California with a chapter on the Superstition Mountains. Storm Publishing, 1958. Yellow soft cover. $45.00

  522. Stout, Joseph A., Jr. Schemers & Dreamers: Filibustering in Mexico 1848-1921. From the mid-nineteenth century into the 1920s, the expansionist spirit was strong, and the local and national U.S. authorities did little or nothing to stop expeditions opening organized in the United States. This book describes the many types of filibusters who went into Mexico. Texas Christian University Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $27.95
  523. Swander, Mary. The Desert Pilgrim: En Route to Mysticism and Miracles. A memoir by writer and poet Mary Swander as she recounts her journey of spiritual recovery as she travels the deserts of New Mexico. 1st printing. Viking Compass, 2003. Dust jacket. $24.95

  524. Swartley, Ron. Fishing New Mexico's Indian Lands. A guide to fishing 50 lakes, ponds and streams on New Mexico Indian reservations. Frontier Image Press, 1996. Blue wraps. $4.95

  525. Swartly, Ron. New Mexico Lake Boating Guide. A guide to the best boating lakes in the land of Enchantment. Illustrated with maps and photographs. Frontier Image Press, 1997. Soft cover. $9.95

  526. Swift, John N. and Joseph R. Urgo. Willa Cather and the American Southwest. Though critics have long been aware of the importance of the American Southwest to Cather, this volume focuses a sharp eye on how that landscape served Cather creatively and the ways it shaped her research and productivity. University of Nebraska Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $40.00
  527. Sykes, Godfrey. A Westerly Trend ... Being a Veracious Chronicle of More than Sixty Years of Joyous Wanderings, Mainly in Search of Space and Sunshine. 1st edition. Arizona Pioneers Historical Society, 1944. Dust jacket. $35.00

  528. Szasz, Ferenc M. Larger Than Life: New Mexico in the Twentieth Century. Eleven essays that touch on a variety of southwestern themes, highlighting the people and the land. University of New Mexico Press, 2006. Soft cover. $17.95

  529. Sze, Corinne and Veverley Spears. Santa Fe Historic Neighborhood Study. Done with the assistance of Boyd Pratt and Linda Tigges. Illustrated with photographs and maps. City of Santa Fe, 1988. Oversize soft cover. $30.00

  530. newTaos: A Topical History. Edited by Corina A. Santistevan and Julia Moore. This work was sponsored and guided by the Taos County Historical Society with the intention of capturing the true essence of Taos, its history and the people who lived it. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2013. Dust jacket. $34.95

  531. Tate, Bill. The Penitentes of the Sangre de Cristos: An American Tragedy. Illustrated by the author. History of this Southwestern group. Signed by the author. Tate Gallery Publication, 1971. Red soft cover, oversize. $10.00

  532. Taylor, Mark A. Sandstone Sunsets: In Search of Everett Ruess. In his attempt to solve the mystery of the disappearance of poet and adventurer Ruess, Taylor encounters hikers, Native Americans, artists, and other colorful characters. Gibbs-Smith, 1997. Soft cover. $14.95
  533. Telling New Mexico: A New History. Edited by Marta Weigle with Frances Levine and Louise Stiver. Presents New Mexico history from its prehistoric beginnings to the present in essays by forty-five prominent scholars and writers representing diverse disciplines, including anthropology, Native American studies and geography. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2009. Dust jacket. $45.00

  534. Terrell, John Upton. Pueblo of the Hearts. Almost four centuries ago a tiny village in Sonora, Mexico was the most important frontier outpost in the early exploration of the American Southwest - the goal was the fabled Seven Cities of Cibola. Story of the Opata Indian Village. Best-West Publications, 1966. Dust jacket with minor wear. $22.50

  535. This is New Mexico. Edited by George Fitzpatrck with a foreword by Greer Garson Fogelson. Anthology of articles published in the New Mexico Magazine publised over the past thirty years. Horn & Wallace, 1962. Dust jacket. $17.50

  536. Thompson, Ian. Four Corners Country. Provides a brief history of the region with stunning black and white photographs by Dick Arentz. University of Arizona Press, 1986. Dust jacket (spine sunned), oversize. $45.00

  537. Thompson, Ian. Four Corners Country. Provides a brief history of the region with stunning black and white photographs by Dick Arentz. University of Arizona Press, 1986. Soft cover, oversize. $10.00

  538. Thompson, Mark. American Character: The Curious Life of Charles Fletcher Lummis and the Rediscovery of the Southwest. The extraordinary story of an American Renaissance man - fire-breathing reporter, pioneering photographer, crusading editor, poet, anthropologist, and Indian rights advocate. 1st edition. Arcade Publishing, 2001. Dust jacket. $27.95

  539. Through the Lens: Creating Santa Fe. Edited by Mary Anne Redding and Krista Elrick. Photography has been used effectively both to document and promote Santa Fe from the 1880s to the present. Contains photographs, panoramas and aerial shots showing Santa Fe through the years. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2008. Dust jacket, oversize. $50.00

  540. Tobias, Henry J. Jews in New Mexico Since World War II. Discussion of the expanding Jewish society in the half century since WWII. University of New Mexico Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $24.95
  541. SOLD Torrans, Thomas. Forging the Tortilla Curtain: Cultural Drift and Change Along the United States - Mexico Border From the Spanish Era to the Present. An analysis of the border country and how the region got to be that way. TCU Press, 2000. Dust jacket. $29.95

  542. Town Ordinancesof Albuquerque, New Mexico 1863. Laws and regulation regarding sanitation, animal control, operting a disorderly house, etc. Tom Vinegar Press, 1970. Decorated paper boards. $10.00

  543. Townshend, R. B. The Tenderfoot in New Mexico. The story of an Englishman who came to the Southwest. Previous owner's name on front endsheet. 1st edition. John Lane The Bodley Head Limited, 1923. Red cloth. $85.00
  544. Trigg, Heather B. From Household to Empire: Society and Economy in Early Colonial New Mexico. Drawing on both archaeological and historical sources, the author analyzes the various levels of economic activity that developed between the colony and New Mexico. University of Arizona Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $34.95
  545. True Tales: 1882 & 1883 - Volume One. Compiled and edited by Patti Unger. Articles originally published in the Silver City Enterprise, the newspaper of Silver City, New Mexico. Signed by the author. SunDog Publishing, 1991. Soft cover.$25.00
  546. Truett, Samuel. Fugitive Landscapes: The Forgotten History of the U.S. - Mexico Borderlands. Recovers the hidden history of the Arizona - Sonora borderlands. Yale University Press, 2006. Dust jacket. $40.00

  547. Trujillo, Michael L. Land of Disenchantment: Latina/o Identities and Transformations in Northern New Mexico. An ethnographic study of the Espanola Valley. University of New Mexico Press, 2009. Soft cover. $26.95

  548. Tully, Marjorie and Juan B. Rael. An Annotated Bibliography of Spanish Folklore in New Mexico and Southern Colorado. University of New Mexico Publications in Language and Literature No. 3. University of New Mexico Press, 1950. Gray soft cover with minor wear. $25.00

  549. Turner, Frederick. Of Chiles, Cacti, and Fighting Cocks: Notes on the American West. A selection of colorful essays which look at how legend and reality coexist. North Point Press, 1990. Dust jacket. $19.95

  550. Turner, Frederick. Of Chiles, Cacti, and Fighting Cocks: Notes on the American West. Introduction by William Kittredge. A selection of colorful essays which look at how legend and reality coexist. Third edition. Fulcrum, 2004. Soft cover. $16.95

  551. Turner, Jack. Early Images of the Southwest: The Lantern Slides of Ansel F. Hall. Hall was the first chieft naturalist and forester of the National Park Serice and led many expeditions into the Southwest taking glass plate images and then hand-tinting the images. Roberts Rinehart Publ., 1998. Soft cover, oblong. $16.95

  552. SOLD Twitchell, Ralph Emerson. The Leading Facts of New Mexican History. 2 vols. Horn & Wallace, 1963. $225.00
  553. Twitchell, Ralph Emerson. The Palace of the Governors - The City of Santa Fe: Its Museums and Monuments. Booklet on Santa Fe and its sites. Announcement of the Fiesta of Santa Fe 1925 printed in the pamphlet. 1925. Included is a foldout map of Santa Fe, probably not included with the original piece. Wraps. $30.00

  554. Udall, Sharyn R. Spud Johnson & Laughing Horse. Biography of editor, journalist and poet, Walter Spud Johnson who participated in many of New Mexico's liveliest literary publications in New Mexico from the twenties to the forties. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1994. Dust jacket. $25.00

  555. Udell, John. John Udell Journal: Kept During a Trip Across the Plains Containing an Account of the Massacre of a Portion of his Party by the Mojave Indians an 1859. Introduction by Lyle H. Wright. Mentions travel through New Mexico and Arizona. Part of the California Centennial Series. N.A. Kovach, 1946. Dust jacket with some wear. $37.50 *
  556. Ungnade, Herbert E. Guide to the Mew Mexico Mountains. Detailed description of New Mexico's mountain ranges and peaks, with information about trails and climbing conditions. Remains of glue on front endsheet. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1965. Dust jacket with wear and tears $7.50

  557. Unrau, William E. Indians, Alcohol, and the Roads to Taos and Santa Fe. Examines how distilled alcohol became an easily obtainable trade item along the Taos and Santa Fe trails. 1st printing. University Press of Kansas, 2013. Dust jacket. $29.95 *

  558. Urbanski, Edmund Stephen. Hispanic America and Its Civilizations: Spanish Americans and Anglo-Americans. Translated from the Spanish by Frances K. Hendricks. Foreword to the English edition by Carl Benton Compton. Describes the many cultural and racial groups that make up hispanic society and the influences that hold them together or thrust them apart. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1978. Dust jacket. $29.95
  559. Van Ness, John R. and Christine, eds. Spanish and Mexican Land Grants in New Mexico and Colorado. Collection of articles by noted scholars. Contains historic images, documents and drawings. Originally published in the Journal of the West. Colorado Humanities Program, 1980. Soft cover, oversize with minor rubbing $25.00

  560. Vargas, Zaragosa. Labor Rights Are Civil Rights: Mexican American Workers in Twentieth-Century America. Princeton University Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $28.95
  561. Varjabedian, Craig. Ghost Ranch and the Faraway Nearby. More than ninety photographs and essays depict this wonderful area in northern New Mexico. University of New Mexico Press, 2009. Dust jacket oblong. $45.00

  562. Vestal, Stanley. Wagons Southwest: Story of Old Trail to Santa Fe. Illustrations by Irvin Shope. History of the Santa Fe in a nice compact size, maps and statistics. American Pioneer Trails Association, 1946. Wraps - nice copy but still shows its 60 years. $15.00
  563. Vroman, Adam Clark. Platinum Prints 1895-1904. Travel diaries by Vroman, essays by Jennifer A. Watts and Andrew Smith. Photographs and diary entries of travels in the Southwest. Michael Dawson Gallery, 2005. Stiff soft cover, oversize. $45.00

  564. SOLD Wakely, David. A Sense of Mission: Historic Churches of the Southwest. Photography by Wakely, foreword by N. Scott Momaday and text by Thomas A. Drain. A photographic look at the Spanish missions of Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado and California. Chronicle Books, 1994. Dust jacket, oblong. $35.00

  565. Wakely, David. A Sense of Mission: Historic Churches of the Southwest. Photography by Wakely, foreword by N. Scott Momaday and text by Thomas A. Drain. A photographic look at the Spanish missions of Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado and California. Chronicle Books, 1994. Soft cover. $19.95

  566. Walker, Henry Pickering. The Wagonmasters: High Plains Freighting from the Earliest Days of the Santa Fe Trail to 1880. History of the freighters and the wagons. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1968. Dust jacket with piece missing on bottom of spine, rubbing. $45.00

  567. Walker, Steven L. The Southwest: A Pictorial History of the Land and Its People. Filled with photographs and information about the past and present Southwest. Camelback Canyonlands, 1993. Soft cover, oversize. $9.95

  568. Warner, Edith. In the Shadow of Los Alamos: Selected Writings of Edith Warner. Edited by Patrick Burns. Includes an outline of Warner's life as well as her letters, essays and journals. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2001. Dust jacket. $19.95

  569. Warner, Edith. In the Shadow of Los Alamos: Selected Writings of Edith Warner. Edited by Patrick Burns. Includes an outline of Warner's life as well as her letters, essays and journals. Expanded edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2008. Soft cover. $17.95

  570. SOLD Waters, Frank. Of Time and Change. 1st edition. Frank Water's last book is a moving and powerful reminiscence of the Taos he knew and loved. MacMurray and Beck, 1998. Dust jacket. $20.00
  571. Waters, Frank. To Possess the Land: A Biography of Arthur Rochford Manby. The story of an Englishman who came to the New Mexico Territory in 1883. Presentation copy signed by the author. 1st edition, 1st printing. Sage Books, 1973. Dust jacket. $65.00
  572. Waugh, Alfred S. Travels in Search of the Elephant: The Wanderings of Alfred S. Waugh, Artist, in Louisiana, Missouri and Santa Fe in 1845-46. Edited and Annotated by John Francis McDermott. First hand account of travels of an artist. Missouri Historical Society, 1951. Blue cloth. $35.00

  573. Webb, George E. Science in the American Southwest: A Topical History. Discussion on scientific inquiries that occurred in the Southwest. University of Arizona Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $48.00
  574. Weber, David J. The Mexican Frontier 1821-1846: The American Southwest Under Mexico. The first book to view the Southwest under Mexico from both sides of the Rio Grande. It won six major awards including the prestigious Billington Award of the Organization of Amercan Historians. University of New Mexico Press, 1989. Soft cover. $18.00

  575. Weigle, Marta. Alluring New Mexico: Engineered Enchantment 1821-2001. An engaging narrative history of New Mexico's nineteenth and twentieth-century identities. Describes the various tourism slogans from the Land of Enchantment to the Land of Sunshine as well as the Atomic State. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2010. Dust jacket. $39.95

  576. Weigle, Marta. Alluring New Mexico: Engineered Enchantment 1821-2001. An engaging narrative history of New Mexico's nineteenth and twentieth-century identities. Describes the various tourism slogans from the Land of Enchantment to the Land of Sunshine as well as the Atomic State. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2010. Soft cover. $29.95

  577. Weigle, Marta. Brothers of Light, Brothers of Blood: The Penitentes of the Southwest. The definitive study of the Penitentes through the mid-twentieth century, drawn upon new documentary sources. Ancient City Press, 1976. Soft cover. $19.95
  578. Weigle, Marta and Peter White. The Lore of New Mexico. Encyclopedic compendium of New Mexico's Indian, Hispanic, and Anglo traditions which is the state's first complete folklore volume. University of New Mexico Press, 1990. Soft cover oversize. $30.00
  579. Westphall, Victor. Thomas Benton Catron and his Era. Biography of one of New Mexico's most powerful politicans between 1870-1920. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 1973. Dust jacket. $45.00

  580. Westphall, Victor. Thomas Benton Catron and his Era. University of Arizona Press, 1973. Soft cover with minor wear. $22.00

  581. Wheeler's Survey Map: Showing Central New Mexico 1877. Second in a series "Historic Maps of the Southwest" Museum of New Mexico, 1969. Original envelope shows wear. $20.00

  582. SOLD White, Jim. The Discovery and History of Carlsbad Caverns New Mexico. Cover title, "Jim White's Own Story." Illustrated, including early color tinted photographs, of these fascinating natural wonder. Signed by White's son. Colorful wraps. $25.00
  583. White, Jon Manchip. A World Elsewhere: One Man's Fascination with the American Southwest. Story of an Englishman's travels in the Southwest. With maps and photographs. Stamp on front endsheet. 1st edition. Thomas Crowell, 1975. Dust jacket. $8.95

  584. Whiting, Lilian. The Land of Enchantment: From Pike's Peak to the Pacific. Stories of the Southwest from New Mexico to Arizona. Little Brown, 1909. Green decorated cloth with minor wear. $25.00

  585. Wiley, Peter and Robert Gottlieb. Empires in the Sun: The Rise of the New American West. Analysis of the Western Sunbelt, telling the story of six great power centers: Los Angeles, San Francisco, Denver, Phoenix, Salt Lake City and Las Vegas. "P" stamp on top edge of book. G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1982. Dust jacket with minor wear. $15.00

  586. Wilson, Chris. The Myth of Santa Fe: Creating a Modern Regional Tradition. Tells the fascinating but little known story of how the city's alluring image was created early in twentieth century primarily by Anglo-American newcomers. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1997. Dust jacket. $75.00

  587. Wilson, Chris. The Myth of Santa Fe: Creating a Modern Regional Tradition. Tells the fascinating but little known story of how the city's alluring image was created early in twentieth century primarily by Anglo-American newcomers. University of New Mexico Press. Soft cover. $32.95

  588. Winn, Mary Day. The Macadam Trail: Ten Thousand Miles by Motor Coach. Illustrated by E. H. Suydam. Includes travel through the Southwest and the Pueblo of San Geronimo de Taos and Acoma in New Mexico. 1st edition. Knopf, 1931. Brown decorated cloth. $20.00

  589. Wirth, John D. and Linda Harvey Aldrich. Los Alamos: The Ranch School Years 1917-1943. The story of the boarding school for boys twelve to eighteen, that never numbered more than forty-eight students. It had a vigorous outdoor program centering on horses, sports, and community work and achieved a national reputation. It is the story of a rural New Mexico vibrant community. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $29.95
  590. Witynski, Karen and Joe P. Carr. Casa Adobe. With stunning photographs, the textures of both traditional and modern homes and the unique marriages between adobe's ancient simplicity and modern trends is revealed. Gibbs Smith, 2001. Dust jacket. $39.95
  591. Woods, Betty. Ghost Towns and How to Get to Them: Scene: New Mexico; Time: The Present. Maps show the location of selected ghost towns. Revised edition. Press of the Territorian, 1969. Yellow wraps. $15.00

  592. World War II and Mexican American Civil Rights. Edited by Richard Griswold del Castillo. Discusses how WWII experiences galvanized the Mexican Americans in their struggle for civil rights. University of Texas Press, 2008. Soft cover. $24.95

  593. Worster, Donald. An Unsettled Country: Changing Landscapes of the American West. Examine how wester peop view the landscape of the West. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1994. Soft cover. $20.00

  594. SOLD Wroth, William. Christian Images in Hispanic New Mexico: The Taylor Museum Collection of Santos. 1st edition. Taylor Museum of the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, 1982. Dust jacket. $75.00
  595. Zamora, Gloria. Sweet Nata: Growing up in Rural New Mexico. A memoir of daily life in northern New Mexico. Winner of the 2010 Premio Aztlan Literary Prize and the Red Shoes Award. University of New Mexico Press, 2009. Soft cover. $19.95

  596. Zimmer, Stephen, comp. & ed. For Good or Bad: People of the Cimarron Country. Stories of people nestled on the east side of the Cimarron Range of the Sangre de Cristo mountains in northeastern NM. 1st edition. Sunstone Press, 1999. Soft cover. $15.00

  597. Zozobra. Color photographs by Len Bouche and text by Holly Bond. Story of the Fiesta de Santa Fe, New Mexico. Sunstone Press, 1972. Wraps. $5.00

Spanish Exploration / Borderlands

  1. SOLD Acuna, Rodolfo F. Sonoran Strongman: Ignacio Pesqueira and His Times. University of Arizona Press, 1974. Soft cover. $9.00
  2. SOLD Adorno, Rolena and Patrick Charles Pautz. Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca: His Account, His Life, and the Expedition of Panfilo de Narvaez. University of Nebraska Press, 1999. 3 vols. in slipcase. $275.00
  3. Ainsworth, Katherine and Edward M. In the Shade of the Juniper Tree: The Life of Fray Junipero Serra. A dramatic and colorful biography of the Franciscan priest who forged the early links in the California mission chain. Doubleday, 1970. $12.50

  4. SOLD Alric, Abbe Henry J.A. Sketches of a Journey on the Two Oceans and to the Interior of America - And of a Civil War in Northern Lower California. Translated from the French by Norah E. Jones. Edited, introduced and annotated by Doyce B. Nunis, Jr. Baja California Travels Series No. 24. Limited to 600 copies. Dawson's Book Shop, 1971. Blue cloth. $35.00
  5. Anderson, Dr. C. L. G. Old Panama and Castilla Del Oro. A narrative history of the discovery, conquest and settlement by the Spaniards of Panama, Santo Domingo, Nicaragua and Peru. With illustrations and maps, including two fold-out. Limited edition. Discoloration from previous bookplate on inside front cover. Press of the Sudwarth Co., 1911. Brown decorated cloth with minor wear and stain on edges. $100.00

  6. Andrews, Thomas F., ed. English Privateers at Cabo San Lucas: The Descriptive Accounts of Puerto Seguro by Edward Cooke (1712) and Woodes Rogers (1712) wih Added Comments by George Shelvocke (1726) and William Betagh (1728). Introduction by Andrews. Baja California Travels Series No. 41. Limited to 500 copies. Dawson's Book Shop, 1979. Brown cloth with paper label, minor rubbing. $75.00

  7. SOLD Anza, Juan Bautista de. Anza's 1779 Comanche Campaign. Edited by ronald E. Kessler. Diary telling the account of activities against the Comanches in New Mexico and Colorado. Signed by the editor. Ronald E. Kessler, 1994. Wraps. $10.00

  8. Arizona Highways. In Coronado's Footsteps. Issue devoted to Coronado. April 1984. Stiff pictorial boards. $15.00
  9. SOLD The Art and Legacy of Bernardo Miera y Pacheco: New Spain's Explorer, Cartographer, and Artist. Edited by Josef Diaz. The full extent of his art, life, and works are the focus of this long-anticipated book that discusses Miera's remarkable contributions as artist, explorer, and cartographer. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2013. Dust jacket. $34.95

  10. At the Crossroads: The Arts of Spanish America and Early Global Trade 1492-1850. Edited by Donna Piece and Ronald Otsuka. Papers from the 2010 Mayer Center Symposium at the Denver Art Museum. Denver Art Museum, 2012. $39.95

  11. Bandelier, Adolph F. A. The Gilded Man (El Dorado) And Other Pictures of the Spanish Occupancy of America. Reprint of 1893 edition. Rio Grande Press, 1962. Brown cloth. $30.00
  12. Baegert, Jacob. The Letters of Jacob Baegert 1749-1761 Jesuit Missionary in Baja California. Translated by Elsbeth Schulz-Bishof. Introduced and edited by Doyce B. Nunis, Jr. Baja California Travels Series No. 45. Limited to 600 copies. Dawson's Book Shop, 1982. Green cloth. $45.00
  13. Bandini, Rev. Albert R. Fray Junipero of California. A narrative poem describing the founding of California Missions by Father Junipero Serra of the Franciscan Order. Ave Maria Bookshop, 1949. Blue wraps, stapled with blue tape spine. $10.00

  14. bannon sp brd Bannon, John Francis. The Spanish Borderlands Frontier, 1513-1821. This book is the first all-inclusive treatment of the Spanish Borderlands in over fifty years. University of New Mexico Press. Soft cover. $29.95

  15. Barco, Miguel del, S.J. The Natural History of Baja California. Translated by Froylan Tiscareno. Introduction by Miguel Leon-Portilla. Baja California Travels Series No. 43. Limited to 600 copies. Dawson's Book Shop, 1980. Blue cloth. $50.00
  16. Barker, George Carpenter. Pachuco: An American-Spanish Argo and Its Social Functions in Tucson, Arizona. Discussion on language and provides examples. University of Arizona Bulletin, Social Science Bulletin No. 18. 1950. Wraps. $9.50
  17. Barrett, Elinore M. The Spanish Colonial Settlement Landscapes of New Mexico, 1598-1680. History of settlement in New Mexico with Spanish, Pueblo, mission and mining interests. University of New Mexico Press, 2012. Red cloth. $49.95

  18. Bartolome de las Casas in History: Toward an Understanding of the Man and His Work. Edited by Juan Friede and Benjamin Keen. An examination of the man who championed the cause of Indians in "Overseas Spain" and devoted fifty years to the destruction of Indian slavery. 1st edition. Northern Illinois University Press, 1971. Dust jacket. $35.00

  19. SOLD Berger, John A. The Franciscan Missions of California. Illustrated with photographs by Karl Obert. First edition. G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1941. $35.00
  20. Berlandier, Jean Louis. Journey to Mexico During the Years 1826 to 1834. Translated by Sheila M. Ohlendorf and others. Introduction by C. H. Muller. Contains beautiful color plates of flora and fauna. The Texas State Historical Association, 1980. 2 volumes in a slipcase, with wear damage on spine. $135.00
  21. Beyond Black and Red: African Native Relations in Colonial Latin America. Edited by Matthew Restall. University of New Mexico Press, 2005. Red cloth with black spine. $45.00
  22. SOLD Bishop, Morris. The Odyssey of Cabeza de Vaca. Illustrated with photographs and maps. Story of the Spanish explorer. 1st printing. Century Co, 1933. Orange cloth. $48.00

  23. SOLD Blyth, Lance R. Chiricahua and Janos: Communities of Violence in the Southwestern Borderlands, 1680-1880. Borderlands and Transcultural Studies Series. . ISBN: 9780803237667. This book helps us to understand violence not only in the southwestern borderlands but in borderland regions generally around the world. University of Nebraska Press, 2012. Dust-jacket. $60.00

  24. SOLD Bolognani, Boniface. Pioneer Padre: A Biography of Eusebio Francisco Kino S.J. Missionary, Discoverer, Scientist 1645-1711. Signed by the author. Editiones Paulines, 1968. Dust jacket. $45.00
  25. SOLD Bolton, Herbert Eugene. Bolton and the Spanish Borderlands. Edited with an introduction by John Francis Bannon. Selections from the published and published writings of Bolton, covering the early history of that extensive area reaching from the Carolinas to California over which the Spaniards once held sway. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1964. Dust jacket with piece missing on top front. $37.50
  26. Bolton, Herbert Eugene. Bolton and the Spanish Borderlands. Edited with an introduction by John Francis Bannon. Selections from the published and published writings of Bolton, covering the early history of that extensive area reaching from the Carolinas to California over which the Spaniards once held sway. University of Oklahoma Press, 1964. Soft cover. $24.95

  27. Bolton, Herbert Eugene. Coronado: Knight of Pueblos and Plains. Classic biography which received the Whittlesey House Southwestern Fellowship award when first published. 2d printing. Whittlesey House and University of New Mexico Press, 1949. Black cloth. $40.00
  28. Bolton, Herbert Eugene. Coronado: Knight of Pueblos and Plains. Reprint. University of New Mexico Press, 1971. Soft cover. $12.50
  29. Bolton, Herbert Eugene. The Mission as a Frontier Institution in the Spanish-American Colonies. Introduction by John Alexander Carroll. Previous owner's name on title page. Reprinted for Academic Reprints, at Texas Western College Press, 1960. Red wraps. $15.00
  30. Bolton, Herbert Eugene. The Padre on Horseback. The American West reprint series. Loyola University Press, 1963. Dust jacket. $25.00
  31. SOLD Bolton, Herbert E. Pageant in the Wilderness: The Story of the Escalante Expedition to the Interior Basin, 1776. Including the Diary and Itinerary of Father Escalante. Translated and Annotated. Utah State Historical Society, 1950. Dust jacket. $125.00
  32. SOLD Bolton, Herbert E. Rim of Christendom: A Biography of Eusebio Kino, Pacific Coast Pioneer. 1st edition. Previous owner's signature on front fly sheet. Macmillan Co., 1936. $100.00
  33. Bolton, Herbert E. Rim of Christendom: A Biography of Eusebio Francisco Kino, Pacific Coast Pioneer. Stamp of noted scholar, Henry F. Dobyns on front endsheet. Russell & Russell, 1960. Dust jacket with tear and pieces torn on edges. $50.00
  34. Bolton, Herbert Eugene. The Spanish Borderlands: A Chronicle of Old Florida and the Southwest. Roosevelt Edition. Front endsheet loose. Yale University Press, 1921. Blue decorated cloth. $30.00

  35. Bolton, Herbert Eugene. The Spanish Borderlands: A Chronicle of Old Florida and the Southwest. Foreword by Albert L. Hurtado. The classic monograph, first published in 1921. University of New Mexico Press, 1996. Soft cover. $26.95
  36. SOLD Bolton, Herbert Eugene, ed. Spanish Exploration in the Southwest 1542-1706. Original Narratives of Early American History series. Reprint, 1976. Blue cloth. $37.50
  37. Borderlands Sourcebook: A Guide to the Literature on Northern Mexico and the American Southwest. Edited by Ellwyn R. Stoddard, Richard L. Nostrand, and Jonathan P. West. Fifty scholars from over a dozen disciplines review the outstanding issues in contemporary border life. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1983. Dust jacket, oversize. $35.00

  38. Bradfute, Richard Wells. The Court of Private Land Claims: The Adjudication of Spanish and Mexican Land Grant Titles, 1891 - 1904. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1975. Soft cover. $10.00
  39. Brewster, Keith. Militarism, Ethnicity, and Politics in the Sierra Norte de Puebla, 1917-1930. This book tells the story of how the people of the Sierra Norte de Puebla emerged from the traumatic years - also examines the phenomenon of caciquismo in the postrevolutionary period as seen in the career of one powerful individual. University of Arizona Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $47.50
  40. SOLD Briggs, Walter. Without Noise of Arms: The 1776 Dominguez-Escalante Search for a Route from Santa Fe to Monterey. Oil paintings by Wilson Hurley, foreword by C. Gregory Crampton. Leatherbound limited edition of 100 copies numbered and signed by the author and artist. Copy No. 89. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1976. Cloth slipcase with minor stain. $125.00
  41. Briggs, Walter. Without Noise of Arms: The 1776 Dominguez-Escalante Search for a Route from Santa Fe to Monterey. Oil paintings by Wilson Hurley, foreword by C. Gregory Crampton. 1st edition. Northland Press, 1976. Dust jacket. $30.00
  42. Briggs, Walter. Without Noise of Arms: The 1776 Dominguez-Escalante Search for a Route from Santa Fe to Monterey. Oil paintings by Wilson Hurley, foreword by C. Gregory Crampton. 2nd printing. Northland Press, 1986. Dust jacket. $19.95

  43. Brinckerhoff, Sidney B. and Odie B. Faulk. Lancers for the King: A Study of the Frontier Military System of Northern New Spain, With a Translation of the Royal Regulations of 1772. Limited edition of 200 copies, numbered and signed by the authors. Arizona Historical Foundation, 1965. Dust jacket. $175.00 *
  44. Brinckerhoff, Sidney B. and Odie B. Faulk. Lancers for the King: A Study of the Frontier Military System of Northern New Spain, With a Translation of the Royal Regulations of 1772. Signed by Brinckerhoff. Arizona Historical Foundation, 1965. Dust jacket with wear and and piece missing on bottom front. $60.00 *

  45. Bringas, Father Diego Miguel. Father Bringas Reports to the King: Methods of Indoctrination on the Frontier of New Spain 1796-97. Translated and edited by Daniel S. Matson and Bernard L. Fontana. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 1977. Dust jacket. $30.00
  46. Bringas, Father Diego Miguel. Father Bringas Reports to the King: Methods of Indoctrination on the Frontier of New Spain 1796-97. Translated and edited by Daniel S. Matson and Bernard L. Fontana. University of Arizona Press, 1977. Soft cover. $18.95
  47. Bullock, Alice. Mountain Villages. 2nd edition. Sunstone Press, 1981. Soft cover. $8.95
  48. Burrus, Ernest J., trans. and ed. Kino's Plan for the Development of Pimeria Alta, Arizona & Upper California. A Report to the Mexican Viceroy. Annotated. Limited to 500 copies. Arizona Historical Society, 1961. $50.00
  49. Campa, Arthur L. Arthur L. Campa and the Coronado Cuarto Centennial. Edited by Anselmo F. Arellano and Julian Josue Vigil. Letter from Arellano enclosed. Editorial Telarana, 1980. Yellow soft cover, oversize. $25.00

  50. Carson, Phil. Across the Northern Frontier: Spanish Explorations in Colorado. Chronicles the compelling frontier adventures of te Spaniards who ventured north from colonial New Mexico. 1st printing. Johnson Books, 1998. Dust jacket. $27.50 *

  51. Casas, Bartolome de Las. In Defense of the Indians: The Defense of the Most Reverend Lord, Don Fray Bartolome de Las Casas, of the Order of Preachers, Late Bishop of Chiapa, Against the Persecutors and Slanderers of the Peoples of the New World Discoered Across the Seas. Foreword by Martin Marty. Northern Illinois University Press, 1992. Soft cover. $18.00
  52. The Capture of the Santa Ana Cabo San Lucas November, 1587: The Accounts of Francis Pretty, Antonio de Sierra, and Tomas de Alzola. Transcribed, translated, and annotated by W. Michael Mathes. Baja California Travels Series No. 18. Limited to 500 copies. Dawson's Book Shop, 1969. Orange cloth. $45.00
  53. Cardona, Nicholas de. Geographic and Hydrographic Descriptions of Many Northern and Southern Lands and Seas in the Indies, Sepcifically of the Discovery o th Kingdom of California (1632). Translated and edited W. Michael Mathews. Baja California Travels Series No. 35. Limited to 500 copies. Dawson's Book Shop, 1974. Turquoise cloth. $25.00

  54. Chambers, George W. and C. L. Sonnichsen. San Agustin: First Cathedral Church in Arizona. Arizona Historical Society in collaboration with Arizona Silhouettes., 1974. Cloth. $25.00
  55. Chapman, Waker. The Golden Dream: Seers of El Dorado. Stories of those who sought te Land of Gold in South and North America. Illustrated with drawings and maps. Previous owner's bookplate on inside front cover. 1st prining. Bobbs-Merrill, 1967. Dust jacket with wear on edges. $15.00

  56. Chavez, Thomas E. Quest Quivira: Spanish Explorers on the Great Plains 1540 - 1821. Condensed account of early Spanish exploration. Southwest Parks and Monuments Association. 1992. Soft cover. $5.95
  57. Chavez, Thomas E. Spain and the Independence of the United States: An Intrinsic Gift. Based on primary research in the archives of Spain, this book is about U.S. history at its very inception, placing the war in its broadest international context. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $29.95
  58. Chevalier, Francois. Land and Society in Colonial Mexico. Translated by Alvin Eustis, edited with a foreword b Lesley Byrd Simpson. The study of the hacienda and the development of the sheep and cattle barons. University of California Press, 1970. Dust jacket. $13.50

  59. Chinn, Rev. Celestine. Mission San Xavier del Bac. 1951, Wraps in original decorated envelope. $15.00
  60. Chipman, Donald E. Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca: The Great Pedestrian of North and South America. Examines the two great journeys of Cabeza de Vaca. Texas State Historical Association, 2012. Soft cover. $15.95

  61. Cisneros, Jose. Riders Across the Centuries: Horsemen of the Spanish Borderlands. Biography by John O. West. A history of the Mexican horseman with wonderful drawings by Cisneros. Winner of the Western Heritage Award, designed by Carl Hertzog. University of Texas at El Paso, 1988. Dust jacket. $75.00
  62. Colligan, John B. The Juan Paez Hurtado Expedition of 1695: Fraud in Recruiting Colonists for New Mexico. University of New Mexico Press, 1995. Red cloth. $50.00

  63. The Conquistadors: First-person Accounts of the Conquest of Mexico. Edited and translated by Patricia de Fuentes. Foreword by Ross Hassig. Eyewitness documents that chronicle the Spanish invasion; translations are supplemented by brief introductions. University of Oklahoma Press, 1993. Soft cover. $20.00

  64. The Coronado Expedition to Tierra Nueva: The 1540-1542 Route Across the Southwest. Edited by Richard Flint and Shirley Cushing Flint. Introduction by Carroll L. Riley and historiographical chapters by Joseph P. Sanchez. An engaging record of key research by archaeologists, ethnographers, historians, and geographers concerning the first organized European entrance into what is now the American Southwest. University of New Mexico Press. Dust jacket. $45.00
  65. SOLD The Coronado Expedition to Tierra Nueva: The 1540-1542 Route Across the Southwest. Edited by Richard Flint and Shirley Cushing Flint. Introduction by Carroll L. Riley and historiographical chapters by Joseph P. Sanchez. An engaging record of key research by archaeologists, ethnographers, historians, and geographers concerning the first organized European entrance into what is now the American Southwest. University Press of Colorado, 2004. Soft cover. $27.50
  66. Cortes, Jose. Views from the Apache Frontier: Report on the Northern Proces of New Spain - by Lieutenant in the Royal Corps of Engineers, 1799. Edited by Elizabeth A. H. John, translated by John Wheat. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1989. Dust jacket. $40.00
  67. Cutter, Charles R. The Protector de Indios in Colonial New Mexico 1659-1821. A glimpse of life of a Native Americans as well as their dealings with agents of Spain on her colonial frontier. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1986. Dust jacket. $20.00

  68. Cutter, Donald & Iris Engstrand. Quest for Empire: Spanish Settlement in the Southwest. A unique look at the interaction between Native peoples and the first Europeans who explored and settled in the Southwest. Fulcrum Publishing, 1996. Dust jacket. $27.95
  69. De La Rhue, T. Spanish Trails to California. Story of Spanish pioneers from Mexico through New Mexico and Arizona to California. Previous owner's stamp marked out on front endsheet. 1st edition. Caxton Printers, 1937. Yellow cloth. $25.00
  70. Diaz del Castillo, Bernal. The History of the Conquest of New Spain. Edited and with an introduction by David Carrasco. A rich and compelling firsthand account of the Conquest of Mexico. University of New Mexico Press, 2008. Soft cover. $27.95

  71. Diaz del Castillo, Bernal. The True History of the Conquest of Mexico. Reprint of the 1800 original edition translated by Maurice Keatinge. A firsthand account of the Conquest of Mexico. Readex Microprint, 1966. Tan leatherette. $30.00

  72. SOLD Dobyns, Henry F. Spanish Colonial Tucson: A Demographic History. Using previously unpublished primary sources, the ethnic foundations for the modern city of Tucson are revealed. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 1976. Dust jacket. $40.00
  73. *Documents of the Coronado Expedition, 1539-1542: "They Were Not Familiar with His Majesty, nor Did they Wish to Be His Subjects." Edited, translated, and annotated by Richard Flint and Shirley Cushing Flint. This edited bilingual collection of documents, many not previously known to scholars, will become the new bible for work in the Southwest's proto-historical period. 1st edition. Southern Methodist University Press, 2005. $75.00
  74. The Dominguez-Escalante Journal: Their Expedition Through Colorado, Utah, Arizona and New Mexico in 1776. Translated by Fray Angelico Chavez and edited by Ted J. Warner. Diaries of Fray Francisco Atanasio Dominguez and Fray Silvestre Velez de Escalante. Brigham Young University Press, 1976. Soft cover. $10.00
  75. Duell, Prentice. Missions in and Around Tucson. Illustrations by J. E. Balentine. Tucson Chamber of Commerce, 1920. Wraps. $15.00

  76. Dunne, Peer Masten. Pioneer Jesuits in Northern Mexico. Third volume setting forth the history of the Jesuits in western North America. 1st edition. Universiy of California Press, 1944. Dust jacket. $75.00
  77. Early, James. Presidio, Mission, and Pueblo: Spanish Architecture and Urbanism in the United States. An illustrated look at the Spanish colonial architecture. 1st printing. Southern Methodist University Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $49.95

  78. Engelhardt, Zephyrin, O.F.M. San Gabriel Mission and the Beginnings of Los Angeles. Part of The Missions and Missionaries of California. Mission San Gabrfiel, 1927. Brown decorated cloth. $40.00

  79. Englebert, Omer. The Last of the Conquistadors: Junipero Serra. Biography of the Franciscan who helped bring the Catholic religion to Califonia. Former library copy with limited markings. 1st edition. Harcourt, Brace, 1956. Dust jacket with minor wear. $5.00

  80. Ezell, Paul. Fray Diego Bringas, a Forgotten Cartographer of Sonora. Reprint from Imago Mvndi, 1956. Previous owner's inscription. Wraps, torn at top spine, minor bending. $25.00
  81. Fages, Pedro. The Colorado River Campaign 1781-1782: Diary of Pedro Fages. Edited by Herbert Ingram Priestley. A diary of three journeys made between September 16, 1781 and April 25, 1782 in the punitive campaigns against the Yuma Indians after the massacre of the Colorado river settlers in July 1781. The territory traversed is in northwestern Sonora, southwestern Arizona and southern California. Academy of Pacific Coast History, vol. 3: 2. University of California, 1913. Tan wraps. $50.00
  82. SOLD Faulk, Odie B. The Leather Jacket Soldier: Spanish Military Equipment and Institutions of the late 18th Century. Study of the history and background of the Spanish soldier, but also probes the features of his unique form of fortification, the presidio. Socio-Technical Publications, 1971. Dust jacket. $125.00
  83. Figueroa, Jose. The Manifesto to the Mexican Republic. Written by Don Jose Figueroa, Commandant-General and Political Chief of Upper California concerning his conduct, and that of José María de Hijar and José María Padres, as directors of colonization in 1833 and 1834. Limited to 750 copies. Zamorano Eighty 37. Biobooks, 1952. Black cloth. $45.00
  84. SOLD First Encounters: Spanish Explorations in the Caribbean and the United States, 1492-1570. Edited by Jerald T. Milanich and Susan Milbrath. Drawing on the most recent historical and archaeological research, the authors describe the period of early Spanish contact with New World peoples. These readable essays report original research and investigations. Inscribed the Jerald Milanich. University of Florida Press, 1989. Oversize soft cover. $27.50
  85. newFlint, Richard. Great Cruelties Have Been Reported: The 1544 Investigation of the Coronado Expedition. Originally published in 2002. Only two years after Coronado's expedition to what is now New Mexico, Spanish officials conducted an inquiry into the effects of the expedition on the native people Coronado encountered. The documents that record that investigation are at the heart of this book. University of New Mexico Press, 2013. Soft cover. $60.00

  86. Flint, Richard. No Settlement, No Conquest: A History of the Coronado Entrada. Results of over 30 years of research will help reshape our understanding of the expedition and its contacts and conflicts with the native people. University of New Mexico Press, 2013. Soft cover. $29.95

  87. SOLD Font, Pedro. With Anza to California, 1775-1776: The Journal of Pedro Font, O.F.M. Translated and edited by Alan K. Brown. A new edition that includes Font's recently discovered field journal - the actual notes he wrote on the trail. This supplants the 1930 edition detailing Front's daily record of Juan Bautista de Anza's journey from Arizona to California. Early California Commentaries I. Arthur H. Clark, 2011. Dust jacket. $55.00

  88. Fontana, Bernard. Biography of a Desert Church: The Story of Mission San Xavier del Bac. Revised. Smoke Signal No. 3 Spring 1996. Tucson Corral of the Westerners. Wraps. $8.00
  89. Fontana, Bernard L. Entrada: The Legacy of Spain & Mexico in the United States. Illustrated history of the cultural legacy, but also directs readersto more than four dozen National Park Service sites where the legacy is preserved. Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, 1994. Dust jacket. $20.00 *

  90. Fontana, Bernard L. Entrada: The Legacy of Spain & Mexico in the United States. Illustrated history of the cultural legacy, but also directs readersto more than four dozen National Park Service sites where the legacy is preserved. Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, 1994. Soft cover with minor wear. $12.50 *

  91. Forgotten Frontiers: A Study of the Spanish Indian Policy of Don Juan Bautista de Anza Governor of New Mexico 1777-1787. From the Original Documents in the Archives of Spain, Mexico and New Mexico. Translated into English, edited and annotated by Alfred Barnaby Thomas. 2nd printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1969. Dust jacket with discoloration . $35.00

  92. Francez, Padre James Donald. The Lost Treasures of Baja California 1697-1997. Text in English and Spanish. Black Forrest Press, 1996. Dust jacket. $29.95
  93. Freytas, Father Nicholas de Freytas. The Expedition of Don Diego Dionisio de Penalosa. With a foreword by Gilberto Espinosa. The story of his trip from Santa Fe to the River Mischipi and Quivira in 1662. With an account of Penalosa's projects to aid the French to conquer the mining country in northern Mexico. Bilingual edition. New introduction to 1882 edition. Horn & Wallace, 1964. Dust jacket. $35.00
  94. Freytas, Father Nicholas de Freytas. The Expedition of Don Diego Dionisio de Penalosa. With a foreword by Gilberto Espinosa. The story of his trip from Santa Fe to the River Mischipi and Quivira in 1662. With an account of Penalosa's projects to aid the French to conquer the mining country in northern Mexico. Bilingual edition. Introduction to this edition. Former library copy with markings. Rio Grande Press, 1964. Blue cloth. $20.00
  95. Frontain, Dick. San Xavier del Bac: A Living Mission. Limited and signed first edition. Los Amigos, 1968. Wraps. $25.00
  96. Harris, Richard E. The Gift of Estevan: Black Comrade of Conquistadors. A historical fiction novel, the completion of a triology recording the experiences of an obscure black man's personal associations with several explorers and conquistadors. Infinity, 1999. Soft cover. $15.00
  97. Hill, Clarissa A. No Glowing Altars: A Christmas Story. Taken from a true incident of San Francisco's first settlers found in Anza's California Expeditions by Herbert E. Bolton. 1st printing of this edition. Northland Press, 1968. Dust jacket. $18.50

  98. SOLD Hoig, Stan. Came Men on Horses: The Conquistador Expeditions of Francisco Vázquez de Coronado and Don Juan de Oñate. This book follows two conquistadors-- Francisco Vázquez de Coronado and Don Juan de Oñate-- on their journey across the southwest. University Press of Colorado, 2013. Dust jacket. $34.95

  99. Garate, Donald T. Juan Bautista de Anza: Basque Explorer in the New World 1693-1740. The first comprehensive biography of the elder Anza, after Garate spent ten years researching archives in Spain and the Americas. The result is a lively, vividly drawn picture of the Spanish borderlands and the hardy, ambitious colonists who peopled them. 1st printing. University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 2003. Dust jacket. $39.95
  100. Garces, Fr. Francisco. A Record of Travels in Arizona and California 1775-1776. A new translation edited by John Galvin. Journals of a Franciscan priest who traveled to San Xavier del Bac. 1st edition. Limited to 1250 copies. John Howell-Books, 1965. Tan decorated cloth, oversize. $70.00
  101. Garces, Fr. Francisco. A Record of Travels in Arizona and California 1775-1776. A new translation edited by John Galvin. Journals of a Franciscan priest who traveled to San Xavier del Bac. 2d printing. Limited to 1500 copies. John Howell-Books, 1967. Tan decorated cloth, oversize. $40.00
  102. Geiger, Maynard. Franciscan Missionaries in Hispanic California 1769-1848: A Biographical Dictionary. 1st edition. Huntington Library , 1969. Dust jacket. $40.00
  103. Hammond, George P. and Edgar F. Goad. The Adventure of Don Francisco Vasquez de Coronado. Foreword by Erna Fergusson. Issued by the Coronado Cuarto Centennial Commission. Illustrated. Source book for young scholars, includes glossary. Previous owner's inscription on front endsheet, dated Xmas 1938. University of New Mexico Press, 1938. Red ripple cloth with gold printing. $30.00

  104. Hammond, George P. Coronado's Seven Cities. Story of the Coronado Exposition. Beautiful black and white photos. Previous owner's name on front cove. 1st edition. United States Coronado Exposition Commission, 1940. White wraps. $15.00
  105. SOLD Hester, Thomas R., ed. Ethnology of the Texas Indians. Spanish Borderlands Sourcebooks No 7. Garland Publishing, 1991. $40.00
  106. The Hispanic Experience in North America: Sources for Study in the United States. Edited b Lawrence A. Clayton. A collection of bibliographic essays from a Library of Congress conference covers the historical legacy of Spain in North America from 1512 to the present. Ohio State University Press, 1992. Dust jacket, discolored. $20.00

  107. SOLD Horgan, Paul. Conquistadors in North American History. Texas Western Press, 1982. Soft cover. $25.00
  108. Hyslop, Stephen G. Contest for California: From Spanish Colonization to the American Conquest. Traces the story of early California from its founding in 1769 by Spanish colonists to its annexation in 1848 by the United States. Before Gold: California under Spain and Mexico volume 2. Arthur H. Clark, 2012. Dust jacket. $39.95

  109. Innes, Hammond. The Conquistadors. Stories of the Spanish explorers and conquerors of North and South America. Illustrated. Previous owner's address label on inside front cover. Knopf, 1970. Dust jacket. $20.00

  110. Into the Wilderness Dream: Exploration Narratives of the American West, 1500-1805. Edited by Donald A. Barclay, James H. Maguire, and Peter Wild. Drawn from the best of three dozen accounts by the Spanish, French, English, and American explorers who came before Lewis and Clark. University of Utah Press, 1994. Soft cover. $15.00

  111. Ives, Ronald L. Jose Velasquez: Saga of a Borderland Soldier (Northwestern New Spain in the 18th Century). Southwestern Mission Research Center, 1984. Soft cover. $17.50
  112. Jackson, Earl. Tumacacori's Yesterdays. History of this Jesuit church. Previous owner's label on front endsheet. Southwest Monuments Association, 1951. Soft cover, worn on top of spine. $12.00
  113. Jackson, Earl. Tumacacori's Yesterdays. History of this Jesuit church. Revised edition. Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, 1973. Soft cover. $11.50
  114. Jackson, Robert H. From Savages to Subjects: Missions in the History of the American Southwest. A study of the relationship between the missions and the indigenous population of the Southwest. M. E. Sharpe, 2000. Cream cloth. $48.95
  115. Jackson, Robert H. Missions and The Frontiers of Spanish America: A Comparative Study of the Impact of Environmental, Economic, Political, and Socio-Cultural Variations on the Missions in the Rio de la Plata Region and on the northern frontier of New Spain. Pentacle Press, 2005. Casebound. $24.95

  116. James, George Wharton. In and Out of the Old Mission of California: An Historical and Pictorial Account of the Franciscan Missions. New and revised edition with illustrations. Previous owner's name, dated 11/2-/39 Santa Barbara on front endsheet. Grosset & Dunlap, 1927 Tan cloth with red decorations and printing. $20.00

  117. Janes, John F. The Adventures of Stickeen in Lower California 1874. Edited by Anna Marie Hager. Baja California Travels Series No. 28. Limited to 500 copies. Dawson's Book Shop, 1971. Orange cloth. $35.00
  118. Jayme, Luis. The Letter of Luis Jayme, O.F. M. San Diego, October 17, 1772. Translated and edited by Maynard Geiger. Baja California Travels Series No. 22. Limited to 700 copies. Dawson's Book Shop, 1970. Orange cloth. $38.00
  119. John, Elizabeth A. H. Storms Brewed in Other Men's Worlds: The Confrontation of Indians, Spanish, and French in the Southwest, 1540 - 1795. A panoramic view of Indian and European encounters which offers the most comprehensive and carefully documented scholarly account of the period to date. Portion of previous owner's bookplate on front endsheet. 1st edition. Texas A&M University Press, 1975. Dust jacket. $40.00

  120. John, Elizabeth A. H. Storms Brewed in Other Men's Worlds: The Confrontation of Indians, Spanish, and French in the Southwest, 1540 - 1795. A panoramic view of Indian and European encounters which offers the most comprehensive and carefully documented scholarly account of the period to date. 2nd edition. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $22.50

  121. Jones, Oakah L., Jr. Los Paisanos: Spanish Settlers on the Northern Frontier of New Spain. A real contribution to Spanish frontier historiography - named a Choice Outstanding Academic Book. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $29.95
  122. The Journey of Coronado 1540-1542. Translated and edited by George Parker Winship with an introduction by Donald C. Cutter. This new edition includes the historical introduction and many of the maps and artwork from the 1896 BAE report along with Winship's revised translations as first issued in 1904. Fulcrum Publishing, 1990. Dust jacket. $27.95

  123. Juan Dominguez de Mendoza: Soldier and Frontiersman of the Spanish Southwest, 1627-1693. Edited by France V. Scholes, Marc Simmons, an Jose Antonio Esquibe. Translated by Eleanor B. Adams. The final volume in The Coronado Historical Series, recognizes the career of Dominguez de Mendoza, a soldier-colonist who was instrumental in shapiung Hispano-Indian Society in New Mexico. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2012. Dust jacket. $65.00

  124. Kessell, John L., and Rick Henricks eds. Blood on the Boulders: The Journals of Don Diego de Vargas, New Mexico, 1694-97. 2 vols. in slipcase. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1998. $120.00
  125. Kessell, John L., and Rick Henricks eds. By Force of Arms: The Journals of Don Diego de Vargas, New Mexico, 1691-93. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1992. $55.00
  126. Kessell, John L. Friars, Soldiers, and Reformers: Hispanic Arizona and the Sonora Mission Frontier 1767-1856. Exciting accounts of the explorations of Francisco Garces, Anza's expeditions and the Yuma massacre, drawn from widely scattered archival materials. University of Arizona Press, 1976. Dust jacket with marking on front flap. $85.00

  127. SOLD Kessell, John L. Friars, Soldiers, and Reformers: Hispanic Arizona and the Sonora Mission Frontier 1767-1856. Exciting accounts of the explorations of Francisco Garces, Anza's expeditions and the Yuma massacre, drawn from widely scattered archival materials. University of Arizona Press, 1976. Soft cover. $35.00
  128. Kessell, John L. Mission of Sorrows: Jesuit Guevavi and the Pimas 1691-1767. Foreword by Ernest J. Burrus. The story of the mission on the Santa Cruz River, Arizona. University of Arizona Press, 1970. Dust jacket. $115.00

  129. Kessell, John L. Pueblos, Spaniards, and the Kingdom of New Mexico. Masterful overview of seventeenth-century New Mexico, relating the conflict and coexistence between the Natives and Spaniards. University of Oklahoma Press, 2008. Dust jacket. $24.95

  130. book cover Kessell, John L. Pueblos, Spaniards, and the Kingdom of New Mexico. Masterful overview of seventeenth-century New Mexico, relating the conflict and coexistence between the Natives and Spaniards. University of Oklahoma Press, 2008. Soft cover. $19.95

  131. Kessell, John L., ed. et al. Remote Beyond Compare: Letters of Don Diego de Vargas to His Family from New Spain and New Mexico, 1675-1706. University of New Mexico Press, 1990. $50.00
  132. Kessell, John L., ed. et al. A Settling of Accounts: The Journals of Don Diego de Vargas, New Mexico, 1700-1704. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2002. $49.95
  133. SOLD Kessell, John L. Spain in the Southwest: A Narrative History of Colonial New Mexico, Arizona, Texas and California. A fast-paced, abundantly illustrated history of the Spanish colonies that became part of the United States. With an eye for human interest, Kessell tells the story of New Spain's vast frontier. University of Oklahoma Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $45.00

  134. Kessell, John L. Spain in the Southwest: A Narrative History of Colonial New Mexico, Arizona, Texas and California. A fast-paced, abundantly illustrated history of the Spanish colonies that became part of the United States. With an eye for human interest, Kessell tells the story of New Spain's vast frontier. University of Oklahoma Press, 2002. Soft cover. $24.95

  135. Kessell, John L. and Rick Hendricks, ed. The Spanish Missions of New Mexico I: Before 1680. Spanish Borderlands Sourcebooks No 17. Garland Publishing, 1991. $74.00
  136. Kessell, John L., ed. et al. That Disturbances Cease: The Journals of Don Diego de Vargas, New Mexico, 1697-1700. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2000. $50.00
  137. Kessell, John L., ed. et al. To the Royal Crown Restored: The Journals of Don Diego de Vargas, New Mexico, 1692-94. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1995. Maroon cloth. $50.00
  138. Krieger, Alex D. We Came Naked and Barefoot: The Journey of Cabeza de Vaca Across North America. Edited by Margery H. Krieger, foreword and afterword by Thomas R. Hester. The most definitive account of the trek across the continent that has been or is likely to be written - matching the route with the land and the total environment from flora and fauna to the deserts and mountains. 1st edition. University of Texas Press, 2002. Dust jacket. $39.95
  139. Lamar, Howard Roberts. The Far Southwest 1846-1912: A Territorial History. History of the territorial years of Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado and Utah - looking at their diversities yet many of the physical and economic problems were the same. Yale Western Americana Series 12. Yale University Press, 1966. Dust jacket. $60.00

  140. Lange, Yvonne and Richard E. Ahlborn. Mission San Xavier del Bac: A Guide to Its Iconography. Photographs by Helga Teiwes. This is the first study of the images, elements, and emblems of the mission church south of Tucson. Contains illustrations and photographs. University of Arizona Press, 2004. Dust jacket. $75.00
  141. The Latest Word from 1540: People, Places, and Portrayals of the Coronado Expedition. Edited by Richard and Shirley Cushing Flint. Examines the cultural and environmental impact of the Coronado Expedition. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2011. Dust jacket. $55.00

  142. Lindstrom, Naomi. Early Spanish American Narrative. A study and history of Spanish American literature and fiction. University of Texas Press, 2004. Black cloth. $45.00
  143. SOLDLong, Haniel. Interlinear to Cabeza deVaca: His Relation of the Journey Florida to the Pacific 1528-1536. Frontier Press, 1969. Mylar jacket. $40.00
  144. Long, Haniel. The Marvellous Adventure of Cabeza de Vaca. The classic history based on a true story but effused with Long's poetry. Souvenir Press, 2007. Soft cover. $9.95

  145. Lummis, Charles F. The Spanish Pioneers. The story of the Spanish in the Americas. Introduction includes a piece to the Knights of Columbus. 7th edition. A. C. McClurg, 1918. Blue cloth. $30.00

  146. MacGregor, Greg and Siegfried Halus. In Search of Dominguez & Escalante: Photographing the 1776 Spanish Expedition through the Southwest. Quoting from the Escanalante's journal, the authors present first hand accounts of the expedition alongside their photographic narrative. Museum of New Mexico Press, 2011. Dust jacket, oblong. $50.00

  147. Madrid, Roque. The Navajos in 1705: Roque Madrid's Campaign Journal. Edited, annotated, and translated by Rick Hendricks and John P. Wilson. Foreword by David M. Brugge. Bilingual text. This long-lost journal gives a unique look into the old Navajo country, providing a eyewitness acount of the traditional Navajo homeland in the eighteenth century. Madrid led Spanish soldiers, civilians and Pueblo Indians through the region. University of New Mexico Press,1996. Dust jacket. $29.95

  148. Madrid, Roque. The Navajos in 1705: Roque Madrid's Campaign Journal. Edited, annotated, and translated by Rick Hendricks and John P. Wilson. Foreword by David M. Brugge. Bilingual text. This long-lost journal gives a unique look into the old Navajo country, providing a eyewitness acount of the traditional Navajo homeland in the eighteenth century. Madrid led Spanish soldiers, civilians and Pueblo Indians through the region. University of New Mexico Press. Soft cover. $20.00

  149. Manje, Captain Juan Mateo. Unknown Arizona and Sonora 1693-1721; from the Francisco Fernández del Castillo version of Luz De Tierra Incógnita. History of early Spanish exploration and settlement of Pimeria Alta. An English translation of Part II by Harry J. Karns and associates. Limited first edition of 1500 numbered copies. Map at back of book; spine loose. Arizona Silhouettes, 1954. Dust jacket with some wear. $75.00
  150. Mark, Joan. The Silver Gringo: William Spratling and Taxco. The story of an American artist and writer involved in the Mexican silver craft. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2000. Dust jacket. $29.95
  151. SOLD McGuire, Randal, ed. Ethnology of Northwest Mexico: A Source Book. Spanish Borderlands Sourcebooks No 6. Garland Publishing, 1991. $40.00
  152. A Moment in Time: The Odyssey of New Mexico's Segesser Hide Paintings. Edited by Thomas E. Chavez. This book is an anthology that brings together a sampling of those scholars who have seen and studied the Paintings. Rio Grande Books, 2012. Soft cover. $21.95

  153. Moorhead, Max L. The Presidio: Bastion of the Spanish Borderlands. The first full account of an important aspect of the Spanish dominion in the Mexican North and the American Southwest. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1975. Dust jacket. $25.00
  154. Moorhead, Max L. The Presidio: Bastion of the Spanish Borderlands. The first full account of an important aspect of the Spanish dominion in the Mexican North and the American Southwest. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1991. Soft cover. $18.00

  155. Morgado, Martin J. Junipero Serra's Legacy. Biography of the man and his legacy in California. 1st edition, second printing. Mount Carmel, 1987. Dust jacket. $35.00
  156. Morgan, Richard J. A Guide to Historic Missions and Churches of the Arizona - Sonora Borderlands. Designed to be both a history reference and a travel guide. Signed by the author. Adventures in Education, 1995. Soft cover. $25.95
  157. Morison, Samuel Eliot. The European Discovery of America: The Southern Voyages. Includes sections on Cabeza de Vaca and Pedro de Mendoza. Oxford University Press, 1993. Soft cover with minor wear. $15.00

  158. newMathers native Native and Spanish New Worlds: Sixteenth-Century Entradas in the American Southwest and Southeast. Edited by Clay Mathers, Jeffery M. Mitchem, and Charles M. Haeker. No other volume assembles such a wide variety of archaeological, ethnohistorical, environmental, and biological information to elucidate the experience of Natives and Europeans in the early colonial world of Northern New Spain, and the global implications of entradas during this formative period in borderlands history. University of Arizona Press, 2013. Dust jacket. $60.00

  159. SOLD New Spain's Far Northern Frontier: Essays on Spain in the American West 1540 - 1821. Edited by David J. Weber. Focusing on the western borderlands, the essays give the reader a thorough knowledge of southwestern history during the colonial period. University of New Mexico Press, 1984. Soft cover. $16.95
  160. SOLD Newton, Janet. The Anza Expeditions to Alta California 1774-1776. Guide to Anza's travels. Sponsored by the Alameda County Bicentennial Commission, Livermore Heritage Guide and Livermore Cultural Art Council. Signed by the author. Livermore Bicentennial Organization, July 1975. Wraps. $20.00

  161. Nierman, Daniel and Ernesto H. Vallejo. The Hacienda in Mexico. Translated by Mardith Schuetz-Miller. Foreword by Elena Poniatowska. An architectural study of the hacienda - a workplace, a residence, a place of leisure and of religion. The first detailed architectural study of the rural communities in Mexico, illustrated with color photographs. 1st edition. University of Texas Press, 2003. Dust jacket. $34.95
  162. SOLD Nunez, Cabeza de Vaca, Alvar. The Account : Alvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca's Relación. An annotated translation by Martin A. Favata and Jose B. Fernandez. A new and improved translation of the Spanish explorer's chronicle of his journey in the Southwest. Arte Publico Press, 1993. Soft cover. $12.95
  163. Nunez Cabeza de Vaca, Alvar. Cabeza de Vaca's Adventures in the Unknown Interior of America. Translated and edited by Cyclone Covey. With a new epilogue by William T. Pilkington. University of New Mexico Press. Soft cover. $14.95

  164. Nunez Cabeza de Vaca, Alvar. The Narrative of Cabeza de Vaca. Edited, translated, and with an introduction by Rolena Adorno and Patrick Charles Pautz. This edition offers readers Adorno and Pautz's celebrated translation of the 1527 account of the expedition to North America. University of Nebraska Press, 2003. Soft cover. $19.00
  165. Nunez Cabeza de Vaca, Alvar. The South American Expeditions, 1540 - 1545. Translated with notes by Baker H. Morrow. First published in 1555, this narrative is a detailed account of his five years as governor of Spain's new province of the Rio de la Plata. 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 2011. Dust jacket. $39.95

  166. Och, Joseph. Missionary in Sonora: The Travel Reports of Joseph Och, S. J. 1755-1767. Translated and annotated by Theodore F. Treutlein. English translations of observations on the character of New Spain in a critical decade to the eighteenth century. California Historical Society, 1965. Dust jacket. $45.00

  167. O'Crouley, Sr Dn Pedro Alonso. A Description of the Kingdom of New Spain, 1774. Translated and edited by Sean Galvin. Map in pocket at back. John Howell - Books, 1972. Dust jacket. $75.00
  168. Odens, Peter R. Father Garces: The Maverick Priest. Biography of this early Spanish Father who resided among the Quechan Indians along the Colorado River. Signed by the author. Sun Graphics, 1980. Yellow wraps. $10.00

  169. Pedro de Rivea and the Military Regulation for Northern New Spain 1724-1729: A Documentary History of His Frontier Inspection and the Reglamento de 1729. Compiled and edited by Thomas H. Naylor andCharles W. Polzer, S.J. 1st printing. University of Arizona Press, 1988. White cloth with black labels on spin and front cover, with rubbing. $49.00 *

  170. Polzer, Charles W. Father Eusebio Francisco Kino Missions of the Pimeria Alta: Book 2: The Main Altars. Interpretive Paintings of Erni Cabat. 1st edition. Southwestern Mission Research Center, 1983. Wraps. $6.50
  171. Polzer, Charles. A Kino Guide: A Life of Eusebio Francisco Kino, Arizona's First Pioneer and a Guide to His Missions and Monuments. Southwestern Mission Research Center, 1972. Wraps. $15.00
  172. Polzer, Charles. A Kino Guide II: A Life of Eusebio Francisco Kino, Arizona's First Pioneer and a Guide to His Missions and Monuments. Texts by Charles W. Polzer, cartography by Donald Bufkin, historic photo selection by Thomas H. Naylor. Southwestern Mission Research Center, 1982. Wraps. $20.00
  173. SOLD Polzer, Charles W. Kino: His Missions, His Monuments. A small guide to the Kino missions of northern Sonora and southern Arizona. 1998. Soft cover. $9.00
  174. Polzer, Charles. Rules and Precepts of the Jesuit Missions of Northwestern New Spain. A translation of the rules that governed mission expansion in northwestern new Spain during the 1600s and 1700s. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 1976. Dust jacket. $30.00
  175. Polzer, Charles. Rules and Precepts of the Jesuit Missions of Northwestern New Spain. A translation of the rules that governed mission expansion in northwestern new Spain during the 1600s and 1700s. University of Arizona Press, 1976. Soft cover. $12.00
  176. Pourade, Richard F. Anza Conquers the Desert: The Anza Expeditions from Mexico to California and the Founding of San Francisco 1774 to 1776. 1st edition. A Copley Book. 1971. Dust jacket. $30.00
  177. Powell, Philip Wayne. Mexico's Miguel Caldera: The Taming of America's First Frontier (1548-1597). Story of North America's first important mestizo frontiersman, who forged peace between the Native Americans Spaniards and Blacks on the northern borderlands. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 1977. Dust jacket. $35.00

  178. The Presidio and Militia on the Northern Frontier of New Spain: A Documentary History volume 1 1570-1700. Compiled and edited by Thomas H. Naylor and Charles W. Polzer, S.J. 1st printing. University of Arizona Press, 1986. White cloth with black cloth label on front cover and spine. $60.00 *

  179. The Presidio and Militia on the Northern Frontier of New Spain: A Documentary History v. 2. pt. 1. The Californias and Sinaloa-Sonora, 1700-1765. Compiled and edited by Charles W. Polzer, S.J. and Thomas Sheridan. 1st printing. University of Arizona Press, 1997. Dark gray cloth with gold printing. $65.00 *

  180. The Presidio and Militia on the Northern Frontier of New Spain: A Documentary History v. 2. pt. 2. The Central Corrido and the Texas Corridor, 1700-1765. Compiled and edited by Diane Hadley, Thomas H. Naylor & Mardith K. Schuetz-Miller. 1st printing. University of Arizona Press, 1997. Dark gray cloth with gold printing. $65.00 *

  181. Preston, Christine. The Royal Road: El Camino Real From Mexico City to Santa Fe. Photographs by Chistine Preston, text by Douglas Preston and Jose Antonio Esquibel. Images and text interweave the people and landscape 1st edition. University of New Mexico Press, 1998. Dust jacket, oblong. $75.00

  182. Preston, Christine. The Royal Road: El Camino Real From Mexico City to Santa Fe. Photographs by Chistine Preston, text by Douglas Preston and Jose Antonio Esquibel. Images and text interweave the people and landscape. University of New Mexico Press, 1998. Soft cover, oblong, still in shrink wrap. $45.00

  183. Preston, Douglas. Cities of Gold: A Journey Across the American Southwest in Pursuit of Coronado. 1992. Dust jacket. $25.00
  184. SOLD Priestly, Herbert I. The Reforms of Joseph Galvez in New Spain. Original reprint from The Pacific Ocean in History. Macmillan, 1917. Wraps. $20.00

  185. Quinn, Charles Russell. The Story of St. Thomas Indian Mission: And The Forgotten Colorado River Missions at the Historic Yuma Crossing. Autographed. 1st edition. Elena Quinn, 1968. Wraps. $15.00
  186. Rakocy, Bill. Great Missions of the Southwest. 1987 Exhibition catalog of the Great Western Missions of Arizona, California, New Mexico, Texas, Mexico, El Paso Museum of Art. Soft cover. $12.50
  187. *Resendez, Andres. A Land So Strange: The Epic Journey of Cabeza de Vaca. The extraordinary tale of a shipwrecked Spaniard who walked across America in the sixteenth century. Basic Books, 2007. Dust jacket. $26.95

  188. Reyher, Ken. Wilderness Wanders: The 1776 Expedition of Dominguez & Escalante. Besides conducting extensive historical research, Reyher physically retraced the 1,700 mile route of the Spanish explorers. 1st edition. Western Reflections Publishing Co., 2003. Soft cover. $14.95

  189. Roberts, David. The Pueblo Revolt: The Secret Rebellion that Drive the Spaniards Out of the Southwest. In the summer of 1680, the Puebloans revolted against the Spanish - now, more than three centuries later, crucial questions about the revent remain unaswered. Roberts set out to answer these questions and to bring this remarkable historical episode to life. Simon & Schuster, 2004. Dust jacket. $25.00
  190. SOLD Roca, Paul M. Paths of the Padres Through Sonora: An Illustrated History & Guide to Its Spanish Churches. Foreword by John Francis Bannon. Most accurate and interesting book written about the old churches of Sonora. 1st edition. Color map in pocket. Binding loose. Arizona Pioneers Historical Society, 1967. Dust jacket with wear and tears on spine edges. $60.00
  191. Roca, Paul M. Spanish Jesuit Churches in Mexico's Tarahumara. Important book on Spanish colonial architecture, Jesuit studies and Mexican history. University of Arizona Press, 1979. Soft cover. $15.95

  192. Salpointe, Rev. John Baptist. John Baptist Salpointe: Soldier of the Cross. Edited by Odie B. Faulk. Foreword by Francis J. Green, Bishop of Tucson. Original account of Archbishop Salpointe. Diocese of Tucson, 1966. Green cloth. $7.00

  193. Salpointe, Rev. John Baptist. Soldiers of the Cross: Notes on the Ecclesiastical History of New Mexico, Arizona and Colorado. Foreword by Rev. Francis J. Green. The complete original edition presents an account of the early activities of the missionaries in the Southwest. Calvin Horn, 1967. Dust jacket. $45.00

  194. Sanchez, Joseph P. Spanish Bluecoats: The Catalonian Volunteers in Northwestern New Spain 1767-1810. Discusses the Catalans in California and Sonora. Published in Observation of the 500th Anniversary of Spain's Discovery of the New World. 1st edtion. University of New Mexico, 1990. Blue decorated cloth. $95.00

  195. Santiago, Mark. Massacre at the Yuma Crossing: Spanish Relations with the Quechans 1779-1782. Concise example of why Spain failed in many colonization attempts. Story of the battle of the Quechan and Mohave warriors against the Spanish. University of Arizona Press, 2010. Soft cover. $19.95

  196. SOLD Santiago, Mark. The Red Captain: The Life of Hugo O'Conor, Commandant Inspector of the Interior Provinces of New Spain. Museum Monograph, No. 9. Arizona Historical Society, 1994. Soft cover, $15.95
  197. Sauer, Carl Ortwin. Sixteenth Century North America: The Land and the People as Seen by the Europeans. Examines the writings and what these early explorers saw. University of California Press, 1971. Dust jacket. $12.50

  198. Schaefer, John P. BAC: Where the Waters Gather. Photographs by Schaefer, art text by Celestine Chinn, history text by Kieran McCarty. Signed by Schaefer, 1977. $27.50
  199. Sedelmayr, Jacobo. Before Rebellion: Letters and Reports of Jacobo Sedelmayr. Translated by Daniel S. Matson. With an introduction and annotations by Bernard L. Fontana. Limited to 400 copies. Arizona Historical Society, 1996. $50.00
  200. Sedelmayr, Jacobo. Jacobo Sedelmayr, Missionary Frontiersman Explorer in Arizona and Sonora: Four Original Manuscript Narratives 1744-1751. Translated and annotated by Peter Masten Dunne. Limited to 600 copies. Arizona Pioneers' Historical Society, 1955. $50.00
  201. Serra, Junipero. A Letter of Junipero Serra to the Reverend Father Preacher Fray Fermin Francisco de Lasuen: A Bicentennial Discovery. Translated and edited by the Reverend Francis J. Weber. Limited edition of 500 copies, no. 162. David Godine, 1970. Pale blue wraps. $25.00

  202. Simpson Lesley Byrd. The Laws of Burgos of 1512-1513: Royal Ordinances for the Good Government and Treatment of the Indians. Translated with an introduction and notes by Simpson. Limited to 750 copies, designed and printed by Lawton Kennedy. Remains of bookplate on front endsheet. John Howell Books, 1960. Tan decorated cloth. $20.00

  203. Simmons Last Conq Simmons, Marc. The Last Conquitador: Juan de Onate and the Settling of the Far Southwest. Chronicles the life and frontier career of Don Juan de Onate, the first colonizer of the old Spanish Borderlands. 1st edition. University of Oklahoma Press, 1991. Dust jacket. $32.50

  204. Simmons Last Conq Simmons, Marc. The Last Conquitador: Juan de Onate and the Settling of the Far Southwest. Chronicles the life and frontier career of Don Juan de Onate, the first colonizer of the old Spanish Borderlands. University of Oklahoma Press. Soft cover. $19.95

  205. Simmons, Marc. The Little Lion of the Southwest: A Life of Manuel Antonio Chaves. Swallow Press. Soft cover. $14.95
  206. Smith, Fay Jackson. Captain of the Phantom Presidio: A History of the Presidio of Fronteras, Sonora, New Spain, 1686-1735, including the inspection by Brigadier Pedro de Rivera, 1726. The account of life at the presidio, based on primary source documents, reveals in vivid detail the hardships of the lives of the settlers, soldiers, and missionaries. Arthur H. Cark Co., 1993. Dust jacket. $29.50
  207. Smith, Fay Jackson, John L. Kessell and Francis J. Fox. Father Kino in Arizona. Maps by Don Bufkin. Introduction by Barry Goldwater. Special Gift edition limited to two hundred copies, No. 12, signed by the authors and Barry Goldwater. 1st edition. Arizona Historical Foundation, 1966. Slipcase. $100.00 Special $75.00
  208. Smith, Fay Jackson, John L. Kessell and Francis J. Fox. Father Kino in Arizona. Maps by Don Bufkin. Introduction by Barry Goldwater. 1st edition. Signed by John Kessell. Arizona Historical Foundation, 1966. Cloth cover. $45.00
  209. Sonnichsen, C. L. Pass of the North: Four Centuries on the Rio Grande. 2 volumes: volume 1 1829-1917, volume 2 1918-1980. Previous owner's inscription in volume 2. Texas Western Press, 1980. Dust jacket on both volumes. $100.00

  210. SOLD Spain and the Plains: Myths and Realities of Spanish Exploration and Settlement on the Great Plains. Edited by Ralph H. Vigil, Fancis W. Kaye and John R. Wundur. A collection of essays that documents Spanish exploration and migration of the Plains, while examining the myths that shaped the exploration. Originally published in 1994. University Press of Colorado, 2007. Soft cover. $22.95

  211. SOLD Stagg, Albert. The Almadas and Alamos 1783 - 1867. University of Arizona Press, 1978. Soft cover. $10.00
  212. Staff, Albert. The First Bishop of Sonora: Antonio de los Reyes, O.F.M. Biography o the Bishop which offers a colorful picture of eighteent century Mexico. 1st edition. University of Arizona Press, 1976. Dust jacket. $35.00

  213. Stratton, Porter A. The Territorial Press of New Mexico, 1834-1912. The first history of frontier journalism in the Territory of New Mexico, this book gives a brief history of all newspapers published between the first printing, 1834, and the achievement of statehood, 1912. University of New Mexico Press, 1969. Dust jacket. $25.00

  214. Teiwes, Helga. Mission San Xavier del Bac: A photographic essay on the Desert People and their church. Text by Bernard L. Fontana. University of Arizona Press, 1990. wraps. $5.95
  215. Terrell, John Upton. Search for the Seven Cities: The Opening of the American Southwest. With dawings by W. K. Plummer. Recounts the hardships faced by Cabeza de Vaca and his companions as they crossed the southwest. 1st edition. Harcourt Brace, 1970. Dust jacket with wear. $15.00

  216. SOLD Thomas, Alfred B. After Coronado: Spanish Exploration Northeast of New Mexico, 1696 - 1727. Documents from the Archives of Spain, Mexico and New Mexico. Translated and edited by Alfred Barnaby Thomas with a historical introduction. Has some underlining in the first chapter. 3rd printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1969. Dust jacket. $25.00

  217. Thomas, Alfred Barnaby. Teodoro de Croix and the Northern Frontier of New Spain, 1776-1783. From the original document in the Archives of the Indies, Seville, translated and edited by Thomas. 2nd printing. University of Oklahoma Press, 1968. Dust jacket. $35.00

  218. Thurman, Michael E. The Naval Department of San Blas: New Spain's Bastion for Alta California and Nootka 1767 to 1798. Spain in the West XI. Arthur H. Clark Co., 1967. Red Cloth. 60.00
  219. Tumacacori. Photographs of the mission with text in English and Spanish. Southwest Parks and Monuments Association. Wraps. $6.00
  220. Udall, Stewart L. To the Inland Empire: Coronado and Our Spanish Legacy. Photographs by Jerry Jacka. Reveals the golden age of Spanish exploration. 1st edition. Doubleday, 1987. Dust jacket. $25.00 *

  221. Udall, Stewart L. Majestic Journey: Coronado's Inland Empire. Photographs by Jerry Jacka. Recreates the saga of Spanish exploration in the Southwest. This is a newly composed, designed and photographically re-edited edition of To the Inland Empire. Museum of New Mexico Press, 1995. Soft cover, oversize. $14.95 *

  222. Varner, John Grier. El Inca: The Life and Times of Garcilaso de la Vega. Biography of the great chronicler of the Incas and the conquistadors. University of Texas Press, 1968. Dust jacket. $30.00

  223. Vecsey, Christopher. On the Padres' Trail. Traces the expansion of Catholicism into New Spain, devoting special attention to the institutions among the Pueblos of New Mexico and the establishment of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe. University of Notre Dame Press, 1996. Dust jacket. $45.00

  224. Walker, Kathleen. San Xavier: The Spirit Endures. Photographs by Arizona Highways Contributors. Explores the beauty, history, legends, miracles, and people associated with the famed desert landmark. Arizona Highways, 1998. Soft cover. $14.95
  225. Weber, David J. Barbaros: Spaniards and Their Savages in the Age of Enlightenment. This panoramic study explains how late eighteenth-century Spanish administrators tried to fashion a more enlightened policy toward the people they called "barbaros." Yale University Press, 2005. Dust jacket. $35.00
  226. weber sp front Weber, David J. The Spanish Frontier in North America: The Brief Edition. Compact synthesis of colonial Spanish North America vividly tells the story of Spain's 300 year tenure on the continent. Yale University Press, 2009. Soft cover. $22.00

  227. Weddle, Robert S. After the Massacre: The Violent Legacy of the San Saba Mission. Translations by Carol Lipscomb. Chronicles with scholarly authority the events following the attack along the San Saba River - the Spaniards' expedition to the Red River to punish the Taovaya Indians - contains original sources of Spanish soldiers. Texas Tech University Press, 2007. Dust jacket. $32.95
  228. Willey, Richard R. La Canoa: A Spanish Land Grant Lost and Found. Smoke Signal No. 38, Fall 1979. Tucson Corral of the Westerners. Wraps. $3.50
  229. Wise, Terence. The Conquistadors. Osprey Men-At-Arms Series 101. 1985. Soft cover. $16.95
  230. Wise, Winifred E. Fray Junipero Serra and the California Conquest. The story of Fray Serra taken from his writings and works of his contemporaries. Charles Scribner's Sons, 1967. Dust jacket. $20.00

  231. Wright, J. Leitch, Jr. Anglo-Spanish Rivalry in North America. A study of Spain's response to England's instructions into an area Spain held to be her own. University of Georgia Press, 1971. Dust jacket. $25.00

  232. Wyllys, Rufus Kay. The French in Sonora (1850-1854): The Story of French Adventurers from California into Mexico. University of California Publications in History vol. 21. University of California Press, 1932. Soft cover, discolored and worn on cover and spine. $175.00
  233. newbook coverYetman, David. Conflict in Colonial Sonora: Indians, Priests, and Settlers. Based on extensive archival research, Yetman’s account shows how the settlers, due to their persistence in these conflicts, emerged triumphant, with the Jesuits disappearing from the scene and Indians pushed into the background. University of New Mexico Press, 2012. Dust jacket. $45.00

  234. SOLD Zevallos, Francisco. The Apostolic Life of Fernando Consag, Explorer of Lower California. Translated and annotated with an introduction by Manuel P. Servin. Baja California Travels Series No. 15. Limited to 500 copies. Dawson's Book Shop, 1968. Green cloth. $25.00

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