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BRLA 1996 Southwest Book Awards

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A bibliography of all awards prior to 1996, Southwest Book Awards:  The First Twenty-five Years, is available from BRLA.  Contact Lisa Weber or Claudia Rivers.

ANSWERED PRAYERS;  MIRACLES AND MILAGROS ALONG THE BORDER, by Eileen Oktavec.  University of Arizona Press, 1995.

BORDER CORRESPONDENT:  SELECTED WRITINGS, 1955-1970, by Ruben Salazar.  Edited and with an introduction by Mario T. Garcia. University of California Press, 1995.

EXILED:  THE TIGUA INDIANS OF YSLETA DEL SUR, by Randy Lee Eickhoff.  Republic of Texas Press, 1996.

FOLLOWING THE SUN AND MOON:  HOPI KACHINA TRADITION, by Alph H. Secakuku, Northland Publishing in cooperation with the Heard Museum, 1995.

GROWING DESERT PLANTS:  FROM WINDOWSILL TO GARDEN, by Theodore B. Hodoba.  Red Crane Books, 1995.

MODERN BY TRADITION:  AMERICAN INDIAN PAINTING IN THE STUDIO STYLE, by Bruce Bernstein and W. Jackson Rushing.  Museum of New Mexico Press, 1995.

THE PLACE NAMES OF NEW MEXICO, by Robert Julyan. University of New Mexico Press, 1996.

RODANT DEL MON:  ROAMING ABOUT THE WORLD WITH URBICI SOLER, SCULPTOR (1890-1953), by Paul Dean Daniggelis.  International Association for the Visual Arts, 1995.

SAN CRISTOBAL:  VOICES AND VISIONS OF THE GALISTEO BASIN, by Christina Singleton Mednick.  Office of Archaeological Studies, Museum of New Mexico, 1996.

TAG AGAINST TIME, by Helen Hughes Vick.  Harbinger House, 1996.

TRADING IN SANTA FE: JOHN M. KINGSBURY'S CORRESPONDENCE WITH JAMES JOSIAH WEBB, edited by Jane Lenz Elder and David J. Weber.  Southern Methodist University Press, 1996.

UTOPIAN VISTAS:  THE MABEL DODGE LUHAN HOUSE AND THE AMERICAN COUNTERCULTURE, by Lois Palken Rudnick.  University of New Mexico Press, 1996.


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