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- Destination Press 2015; US$ 19.95
Filled with stunning photography, this award-winning guidebook reveals the best of Grand Canyon. From hiking to river rafting, Grand Canyon is filled with adventure. But without careful planning, a trip there can be overwhelming. "Grand Canyon: The Complete Guide" breaks it down and gives you everything you need to make the most of your time in the... more...
- Linkgua 2010; US$ 2.73
Esta breve pieza de teatro está escrita con un estilo exhaltado y casi panfletario. Se trata, tal vez, de un panfleto culterano, que de algún modo recuerda a Brecht. Lizardi hace una crónica de la historia mexicana de su tiempo. Biographische Informationen José Joaquín Fernández de Lizardi (1776-1827). México. Hijo de Manuel Fernández de Lizardi... more...
- Wiley 2014; US$ 49.95
With its reputation already established as the most accessible and engaging California survey text currently on the market, the new eighth edition of California: A History brings the history of the Golden State completely up to date ? from its original inhabitants through the present. Along with updates, revisions, and expanded coverage of numerous... more...
- University of California Press 2000; US$ 15.95
Taking us from the open spaces of rural New Mexico and the fields of California's Great Central Valley to the intellectual milieu of student life in Berkeley during the 1950s, this memoir, based on an oral history by Mario T. Garcia, is the powerful and moving testimonio of a young Mexican American woman's struggle to rise out of poverty. more...
- University of California Press 2002; US$ 15.95
Although Mexico lost its northern territories to the United States in 1848, battles over property rights and ownership have remained intense. This turbulent, vividly narrated story of the Maxwell Land Grant, a single tract of 1.7 million acres in northeastern New Mexico, shows how contending groups reinterpret the meaning of property to uphold their... more...
- Oxford University Press 2001; US$ 44.99
Refusing the Favor tells the little-known story of the Spanish-Mexican women who saw their homeland become part of New Mexico. A corrective to traditional narratives of the period, it carefully and lucidly documents the effects of colonization, looking closely at how the women lived both before and after the United States took control of the region.... more...
- Utah State University Press 2005; US$ 16.95
Highway 12 is undoubtedly one of not only America's but the world's most scenic highways. From its intersection on the west with Highway 89 south of Panguitch, Utah, it runs up through Red Canyon onto the Paunsagunt Plateau and across Bryce Canyon National Park. It then drops into the Paria River Valley, passes through several tiny villages, crosses... more...
- University of Minnesota Press 1999; US$ 60.00
?Documented historical record and personal narrative drawn from letters and diaries of immigrants themselves are juxtaposed to form an authentic and rounded picture of this aspect of Mormon life and development up to the turn of the century.??Library Journal?A highly readable treatment of a special yet fascinating chapter in the building of America,... more...
Brigham Young, the Quorum of the Twelve, and the Latter-Day Saint Investigation of the Mountain Meadows MassacreUtah State University Press 2007; US$ 7.00
On September 11, 1857, a wagon train of emigrants passing through the Utah Territory on their way to California were massacred at Mountain Meadows. Although today?s historians agree that the principal perpetrators were members of the Mormon militia in southern Utah, how much the central Mormon leadership, especially Brigham Young at the top, knew... more...