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Santa Fe: History of an Ancient City
     

Santa Fe: History of an Ancient City

by Francis Grant Noble
 

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Few cities in America can claim as long and fascinating a history as Santa Fe, New Mexico. Indians, Spaniards, Mexicans and Anglo-Americans have all left their marks here through time. This new history of Santa Fe is written for a general audience by scholars whose essays focus on the colorful individuals and events that shaped the ancient capital.

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Few cities in America can claim as long and fascinating a history as Santa Fe, New Mexico. Indians, Spaniards, Mexicans and Anglo-Americans have all left their marks here through time. This new history of Santa Fe is written for a general audience by scholars whose essays focus on the colorful individuals and events that shaped the ancient capital.

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The Santa Fe New Mexican
This is a must for aficionados of Southwestern history and anyone who wants to know what makes Santa Fe different.
Terrae Incognitae
For tourist and scholar, this history of Santa Fe is a delight.
Booknews
Copyright 1987 by the Peters Corporation, this exhibition catalog is now distributted by U. of New Mexico Press. A new history written for a general audience by scholars who have studied primary documents in Mexico and Spain. The focus is on individuals and events that shaped this ancient capital city from prehistory to the mid-nineteenth century. Distributed for the School of American Research. Cloth edition ($29.95) not seen by UPBN. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780295968650
Publisher:
University of Washington Press
Publication date:
07/01/1989
Pages:
168

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