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New Product - Please New Mexico in the Nineteenth Century: A Pictorial History

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A fascinating picture-history of New Mexico’s past—with more than 500 old woodcuts and steel engravings by nineteenth-century Artists and explorers. Filled with scenes of Indian pueblos, Spanish villages, frontier army posts—even a lady gambler. Gathered from the journals of early travelers, from scare old books, and from official reports, the pictures are reproduced directly from the original works. Each illustration has accompanying text and is identified as to source. Spanning the years 1840-1890, the book is a treasury of visual history, on oversize pages—the essence of an entire collector’s library that would otherwise be beyond the reach of any but the wealthy.

  • Author: Andrew K. Gregg
  • Format: Paperback • 8.5 x 11
  • Pages: 206
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