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White Shell Water Place

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An important book regarding the Indian perspective of Santa Fe's 400th birthday.  Essays cover everything from selling jewelry under the portal of the Palace of the Governors to the impact of the Santa Fe Trail on the Plains tribes.  5 stars!

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Mike Lord

4th generation Santa Fe Gringo.


  • Comment Link Mike Lord Thursday, 17 May 2012 20:25 posted by Mike Lord

    Absolutely, Ed. This section is a place where we can pass on books, films, music, TV shows - just about anything.

  • Comment Link ed Saiz Wednesday, 16 May 2012 23:12 posted by ed Saiz

    I am in the process of buying this book. I have a follow-up
    type question. Would "REVIEWS' be an appropriate area where
    we could share Titles and related information on other books
    that have been read by others and would like to pass on and/or
    discuss?. Books by New Mexican authors, or about people from
    Northern New Mexico.
    Thank You

  • Comment Link Arthur Scott Tuesday, 17 January 2012 16:32 posted by Arthur Scott

    I agree. EXCELLENT book detailing a little heard perspective.

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