Print Books

All books purchased will be signed by Ana Pacheco.

Images of Early Amearica: Santa Fe (Print Book)

The history of Santa Fe is encapsulated in imagery. Eons ago, remnants of unearthed Native American artifacts shed light o Images of Early Amearica: Santa Fe

A History of Spirituality in Santa Fe: The City of Holy Faith (Print Book)

A History of Spirituality in Santa Fe: The City of Holy Faith is the newest The History Press title. The book is by local A History of Spirituality in Santa Fe: The City of Holy Faith

Legendary Locals of Santa Fe (Print Book)

Founded in 1610, Santa Fe has been a beacon for those yearning for adventure, a different way of life, a place of expressi Legendary Locals of Santa Fe

J. Paul Taylor, The Man from Mesilla (Print Book)

Based on extensive interviews with J. Paul Taylor (1920 –) and Mary Daniels Taylor 1922 – 2007) as well as ext  J. Paul Taylor, The Man from Mesilla

Saints & Seasons: A Guide to New Mexico’s Most Popular Saints (Print Book)

A listing of the feast days for popular New Mexico saints and their mission churches featuring the art of contemporary Spa Saints & Seasons: A Guide to New Mexico’s Most Popular Saints

Las Comidas de los Abuelos (Print Book)

Las Comidas de los Abuelos (The Foods of Our Grandparents) features 490 authentic recipes from a bygone era in New Mexico Las Comidas de los Abuelos

Electronic Books

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Saints & Seasons: A Guide to New Mexico’s Most Popular Saints (Electronic Book)

A listing of the feast days for popular New Mexico saints and their mission churches featuring the art of contemporary Spa Saints & Seasons: A Guide to New Mexico’s Most Popular Saints

Las Comidas de los Abuelos (Electronic Book)

Las Comidas de los Abuelos (The Foods of Our Grandparents) features 490 authentic recipes from a bygone era in New Mexico Las Comidas de los Abuelos

Albuquerque iFeliz Cumpleanos! Three Centuries to Remember (Electronic Book)

On April 23, 1706, a new villa called Albuquerque applied in writing for King Philip V of Spain to certify it as a fr Albuquerque iFeliz Cumpleanos! Three Centuries to Remember