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Fri Mar 21 17:15:15 2014 UTClccn-n500209470.31Folklife annual 88-89 : a publication of the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress /0.560.76A Penitente bibliography /71407363n 5002094756374lccn-n85302627Hermanos Penitenteslccn-n79112387American Folklore Societylccn-n79103429White, Peter1947-lccn-n78013168Brown, Lorin W.1900-lccn-n78013167Briggs, Charles L.1953-lccn-n79125205Federal Writers' Projectlccn-n83139561Larcombe, Samuellccn-n83139559Larcombe, Claudialccn-n50055030Boyd, E.(Elizabeth)1903-1974lccn-n82121719Fiore, KyleWeigle, MartaFolkloreHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBibliographyCatalogsPictorial worksSourcesBiographyNew MexicoManners and customsWomen--MythologyFolkloreAmericaWomenHispanic AmericansMexican AmericansSouthwest, NewHuman reproduction--MythologyCreationNew Mexico--Santa FeIndians of North AmericaBrown, Lorin W.,Mexican Americans--Social life and customsFederal Writers' ProjectHispanic American artsCivilization--Spanish influencesTourismNew Mexico--TaosIntellectual lifeAmerican literatureIndian artFred Harvey (Firm)Pueblo Indians--IndustriesPueblo artAtchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway CompanyIndian art--Collectors and collectingUnited StatesHispanic American decorative artsDecorative arts, Spanish colonialDecorative artsAuthors, American--Homes and hauntsLiteratureHermanos PenitentesRural womenDepressionsRural women--Social conditionsRural conditionsSocial historyTalesBaca de Gallegos, Guadalupe,Martínez, GuadalupeNew Mexico--PicurisTiwa IndiansTravelWeigle, MartaPeterson, SallyFolk literatureWhisnant, David E.,19441970197119721973197519761978197919801982198319841985198619871988198919911992199319941996200320072008200920102011647932127267.242789BX3653.U6ocn003725320ocn012920079ocn76044863583313ocn008688316book19820.50Weigle, MartaSpiders & spinsters : women and mythologyFolkloreSpiders & Spinsters weaves a tapestry of voices and images--folk, popular, tribal, ancient and contemporary, by women and men, scholars and critics, psychologists and artists--to show how women have fared in classical Greco-Roman, Judeo-Christian, and indigenous American mythologies. It is a rich sourcebook of goddesses, guides, maidens, crones, heroines, matriarchs, gossips, and those who have portrayed and interpreted them. Hailed as 'wonderful, as well as useful' (Baltimore Sun) and 'a welcome addition to the field of mythology' (Choice), Spiders & Spinsters is a valuable resource for students and scholars in mythology, anthropology, literature, art, psychology, religion, and women studies. It also speaks to creative artists of all kinds and to general readers with interests in story, ritual, dreams, and gender+-+723098013567414ocn002088987book19760.53Weigle, MartaBrothers of light, brothers of blood : the Penitentes of the Southwest+-+27619801356286ocn019975399book19890.63Weigle, MartaCreation and procreation : feminist reflections on mythologies of cosmogony and parturition45713ocn017506232book19860.59Weigle, MartaThe lore of New MexicoFolklore+-+72068817353736ocn003770854book18780.56Brown, Lorin WHispano folklife of New Mexico : the Lorin W. Brown Federal Writers' Project manuscriptsFolklore3636ocn009542174book19830.63Weigle, MartaHispanic arts and ethnohistory in the Southwest : new papers inspired by the work of E. Boyd3073ocn000121582book19700.47Weigle, MartaThe Penitentes of the Southwest2976ocn008644109book19820.50Weigle, MartaSanta Fe and Taos : the writer's era, 1916-1941Criticism, interpretation, etc+-+84252769452848ocn002118205book19760.76Weigle, MartaA Penitente bibliographyBibliography+-+08619801352664ocn034501195book19960.63The great Southwest of the Fred Harvey Company and the Santa Fe RailwayHistoryThe papers in this volume were prepared for a February 1996 symposium held in conjunction with the exhibit "Inventing the Southwest: The Fred Harvey Company and Native American Art," organized at the Heard Museum in Phoenix, Arizona. The essays describe the Harvey/Santa Fe partnership, detailing the effects of the collaboration on tourism in the American Southwest, and showing how the lives of Native American artists and their communities were transformed by the massive scale on which the Fred Harvey Company bought, sold, and popularized American Indian art. Illustrated with small b&w historical photos+-+74960898453242473ocn034640724book19960.56Spanish Colonial Arts SocietySpanish New Mexico : the Spanish Colonial Arts Society collectionCatalogs+-+36688654353242172ocn011805528book19840.70American Folklore SocietyFolklore/folklife2113ocn027227746book19930.47Women of New Mexico : Depression era imagesHistoryPictorial works2092ocn012051089book19850.63New Mexicans in cameo and camera : New Deal documentation of twentieth-century livesBiographySources2083ocn016518430book19870.53Two Guadalupes : Hispanic legends and magic tales from northern New MexicoFolklore1912ocn021410640book19890.33Indian tales from Picuris PuebloFolklore+-+05052769451433ocn263146974book20090.47Telling New Mexico : a new historyHistory"This extensive volume presents New Mexico history from its prehistoric beginnings to the present in essays by forty-five prominent scholars and writers representing diverse disciplines including anthropology, Native American and Chicano studies, history and geography."--P. 4 of pbk. ed+-+07008654351423ocn001990905book19750.66United StatesHispanic villages of northern New Mexico1233ocn003324335book19720.53Córdova, Lorenzo deEchoes of the flute873ocn615339237book20100.50Weigle, MartaAlluring New Mexico : engineered enchantment, 1821-2001History+-+3820865435381ocn021557132book19890.31Folklife annual 88-89 : a publication of the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress+-+7496089845324+-+7496089845324Fri Mar 21 16:06:33 EDT 2014batch14445