Setting Up Shop in the Southwest

August 25, 2011

Books, New Mexico, New Titles, News

In 2011, The History Press released its first New Mexico titles:

New Mexico and the Civil War

by Dr. Walter Earl Pittman

Although the New Mexico Territory was far distant from the main theaters of war, it was engulfed in the same violence and bloodshed as the rest of the nation…

The Nogal Mesa: A History of Kivas and Ranchers in Lincoln County

by Gary Cozzens

This was the land of a gold prospecting craze, a bloody massacre that destroyed a village, generations of ranchers, the Lincoln National Forest Ranger’s Station and the annual Ranchman’s Camp, which still thrives…

Next spring, get ready for Forgotten Tales of New Mexico, a collection of stories that recounts the adventures and exploits of New Mexican priests, soldiers, witches, and politicians.

Visit for more exciting new titles.

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