|Title:||New Mexico, the land of the delight makers; the history of its ancient cliff dwellings and pueblos, conquest by the Spaniards, Franciscan missions; personal accounts of the ceremonies, games, social life and industries of its Indians; a description of its climate, geology, flora and birds, its rivers and forests; a review of its rapid development, land-reclamation projects and educational system; with full and accurate account of its progressive counties, cities and towns. By George Wharton James ... with a map and fifty-six plates of which eight are in color.|
|Author:||James, George Wharton, 1858-1923|
|Note:||Boston, The Page company, [c1920]|
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