|LC Classifications||F801 .W18|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p.l., 285 p.|
|Number of Pages||285|
|LC Control Number||rc 01000235|
Title The land of the Pueblos. Contributor Names Wallace, Susan E. (Susan Elston), Get this from a library! The land of the Pueblos. [Susan E Wallace] -- Susan E. Wallace takes us into the heart of nineteenth-century New Mexico and its surrounding Indian Pueblos. Eagerly, she shares her adventures and observations about the land, history, customs and. Hughes, who has represented several pueblos in land cases during his 37 years of practice in Indian law, contributes some of the new book’s most potentially controversial chapters, such as an Author: Casey Sanchez. Get this from a library! The land of the Pueblos. [Susan E Wallace] -- "Susan E. Wallace was the wife of Lew Wallace, Governor of New Mexico Territory from When they moved to the southwest she began sending articles to magazines and literary publications. she.
Elston Wallace’s book about her New Mexico sojourn is called The Land of the Pueblos. It is comprised of twenty-seven essays, first published as “travel pieces” in prestigious national magazines and newspapers like the Atlantic Monthly, the Independent, . Land of the Pueblos. Susan traveled throughout the territory and wrote many articles about her travels and the people living she encountered. These articles were published in the New York Tribune, the New York Independent, and the Atlantic. These articles were later turned into her book The Land of the Pueblos. She visited the Los Cerillos. Susan E. Wallace takes us into the heart of nineteenth-century New Mexico and its surrounding Indian Pueblos. Eagerly, she shares her adventures and observations about the land, history, customs and inhabitants. We start with her journey West first by rail and then by buckboard. We go with her to Author: Susan E. Wallace. Title: The land of the Pueblos: Publication Type: Book: Authors: Wallace, S: Place Published: New York, NY: Publisher: J. B. Alden: Year: Keywords: Indians of.
The Land of the Pueblos | The Shelf2life History of the American West Collection is a unique project that provides opportunities for researchers and new readers to easily access and explore works which have previously only been available on library shelves. The land of the Pueblos by Wallace, Susan Arnold (Elston), [from old catalog] Publication date Topics Pueblo Indians Publisher New York, J. B. Alden Collection library_of_congress; americana Digitizing sponsor Sloan Foundation Contributor The Library of Congress Language English. Notes. n o TOC page. AddeddatePages: “Pueblo Sovereignty is a follow-up to Ebright’s and Hendricks’s magnificent Four Square Leagues, a detailed and comprehensive history of Pueblo land and water rights Together with Four Square Leagues, Pueblo Sovereignty provides an extensive history of Pueblo Indian rights and will likely be a standard reference as historians continue. Wallace takes readers into the heart of 19th-century New Mexico and its surrounding Indian Pueblos. She shares her adventures and observations about the land, history, customs, and inhabitants in this text which was originally published in