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Came Men on Horses

by Stan Hoig

"Hoig tells this story with a sharp eye for human details--sometimes gruesome but nonetheless compelling details--that bring Coronado, Oñate, and other Spanish soldiers and priests alive in ways that I have...


Dinéjí Na`nitin: Navajo Traditional Teachings and History

by Robert S. McPherson

"It is rare that an Anglo scholar could understand the in-depth meaning of the Navajo worldview and its implications. It is even rarer for him to interpret it in Western [narrative] form without losing meaning...


Drago #5 (#2b)

by Art Spinella

Guns. Women. Coal. Gold.

Nick and Sal have their hands full.

When gold was discovered in trees, Nick and Sal found themselves in the midst of a thousand year old question of who first settled the Northwest.

It...


The Canadian Federal Election of 2011

by Jon H. Pammett & Christopher Dornan

The Canadian Federal Election of 2011 is a comprehensive analysis of all aspects of the campaign and election outcome. The chapters, written by leading academics, examine the strategies, successes, and failures...


Give Your Heart to the Hawks

by Win Blevins

For over thirty years, from the time of Lewis and Clark into the 1840s, the mountain men explored the Great American West. As trappers in a hostile, trackless land, their exploits opened the gates of the mountains...


Shadows of Blue & Gray

by Ambrose Bierce

Ambrose Bierce didn't just write about the Civil War, he lived through it--on the battlefields and over the graves--and in doing so gave birth to a literary chronicle of men at war previously unseen in the American...


Warrior

by Jim Hunt & Bob Risch

The press called him a "real-life James Bond."

Fidel Castro called him "the most dangerous CIA agent."

History remembers him as a Watergate burglar, yet the Watergate break-in was his least perilous mission....


The Texas Rangers

by Mike Cox

Texas writer/historian Mike Cox explores the inception and rise of the famed Texas Rangers. Starting in 1821 with just a handful of men, the Rangers' first purpose was to keep settlers safe from the feared and...


Time of the Rangers

by Mike Cox

Following up on his magnificent history of the 19th century Texas Rangers, Mike Cox now takes us from 1900 through the present.  From horseback to helicopters, from the frontier cattle days through the crime-ridden...


Passage to Wonderland: Rephotographing Joseph Stimson's Views of the Cody Road to Yellowstone National Park, 1903 and 2008

by Michael A. Amundson

In 1903 the Cody Road opened, leading travelers from Cody, Wyoming, to Yellowstone National Park. Cheyenne photographer J. E. Stimson traveled the route during its first week in existence, documenting the road...


Colorado Women: A History

by Gail M. Beaton

Colorado Women is the first full-length chronicle of the lives, roles, and contributions of women in Colorado from prehistory through the modern day. A national leader in women's rights, Colorado was one of...


The House on Lemon Street: Japanese Pioneers and The American Dream

by Mark Rawitsch

In 1915, Jukichi and Ken Harada purchased a house on Lemon Street in Riverside, California. Close to their restaurant, church, and children’s school, the house should have been a safe and healthy family home....


Politics, Labor, and the War on Big Business: The Path of Reform in Arizona, 1890-1920

by David R. Berman

Politics, Labor, and the War on Big Business details the rise, fall, and impact of the anticorporate reform effort in Arizona during the Progressive reform era, roughly 1890–1920. Drawing on previously unexamined...


An American Provence

by Thomas P. Huber

"I have talked about luscious wines and succulent fruit and exquisite dinners. But there may be no more evocative experience of the two valleys than the smell of new-mown hay in the fields at dusk. If a person...


Santa Rita del Cobre

by Christopher J. Huggard & Terrence M. Humble

The Spanish, Mexicans, and Americans successively mined copper for 200 years at Santa Rita, New Mexico. Starting in 1799 with the Spanish discovery of native copper, the Chino Mines followed industry developments...


Helen Ring Robinson

by Pat Pascoe

Helen Ring Robinson was Colorado's first female state senator and only the second in the United States. Serving from 1913 to 1916, she worked for social and economic justice as a champion of women, children,...


The Invasion of Indian Country in the Twentieth Century

by Donald L. Fixico

The Invasion of Indian Country in the Twentieth Century, Second Edition is updated through the first decade of the twenty-first century and contains a new chapter challenging Americans--Indian and non-Indian--to...


Colorado: The Highest State, Second Edition: The Highest State, Second Edition

by Duane A. Smith & Thomas J. Noel

Chronicling the people, places, and events of the state's colorful history, Colorado: The Highest State is the story of how Colorado grew up. Through booms and busts in farming and ranching, mining and railroading,...


Denver Inside and Out

by B. Erin Cole, Marcia Tremmel Goldstein & Rebecca A. Hunt

Denver turned 150 just a few years ago--not too shabby for a city so down on its luck in 1868 that Cheyenne boosters deemed it "too dead to bury." Still, most of the city's history is a recent memory: Denver's...


Fire Management in the American West

by Mark Hudson

Most journalists and academics attribute the rise of wildfires in the western United States to the USDA Forest Service's successful fire-elimination policies of the twentieth century. However, in Fire Management...