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A truly wonderful book. . . . packed full with the history, geography, sociology, and anthropology of New Mexico. --Names
An indispensable guide to the states geography and history. --Tradición Revista
Julyan gives readers a treasure far surpassing the fabled golden cities. --New Mexico Magazine
The indispensable traveler's guide to the history of places throughout the Land of Enchantment.See all Editorial Reviews
Cover was wrinkled but the book was in tact
Satisfied with it
This book has incredible history and stories of the places in New Mexico; I wish there was a map to pinpoint where the places are.Published 16 months ago by Behomes
This was an exceptional book. Lots of good information and details about the names of New Mexico. Would highly recommend itPublished 21 months ago by Lee Torres
I grew up in NM and have always wondered why some places were given the names they have. This is a good book for NM transplants who might want to learn the history of the small... Read morePublished on July 30, 2013 by Amazon Customer
We got our book and it was in great shape for being used. We take it everywhere in NM. We are natives of NM and we still are stumped about certain place names and this book helps... Read morePublished on July 21, 2013 by Bear Barclay
This is the best book I have purchased for history! This book has a lot of history and I take it with me everywhere when traveling in New Mexico. I don't leave home without it! Read morePublished on February 14, 2013 by Reader
I was a little disappointed in this book in that it did not have what I was searching for. But it's well done and will be handy to have if I get back to New Mexico.Published on January 25, 2013 by Leroy Martinez
I bought this book as a gift and it was well received. It looks like a really good read with a lot of historical value.Published on January 18, 2013 by Elisa DeVargas