Cuartocentennial of the Colonization of New Mexico
Bodmar, Beatriz Pastor. The Armature of Conquest: Spanish Accounts of the Discovery of America, 1492-1598. Translated by Lydia Longstreth Hunt. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1992.
Cannon, Cornelia James. The Fight for the Pueblo: The Story of Onate's Expedition and the Founding of Santa Fe, 1598-1609. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1934.
Cooke, Philip St. George. The Conquest of New Mexico and California: An Historical and Personal Narrative. With a Foreword by Joseph A. Sullivan. Oakland: Biobooks, 1942.
Davis, W.W.H. The Spanish Conquest of New Mexico. Doylestown, PA: 1869.
Fuentes, Carlos. The Burried Mirror: Reflections of Spain and the New World. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin, 1992.
Horgan, Paul. The Habit of Empire. New York: Harper, 1939.
James, George Wharton. New Mexico, the Land of the Delight Makers: The History of its Ancient Cliff Dwellings and Pueblos, Conquest by the Spaniards, Franciscan Missions; Personal Accounts of the Ceremonies, Games, Social Life, and Industries of its Indians. Boston: The Page Company, 1920.
Laumbach, Joyce. Governors of New Mexico: Onate to King, 1589-1982. [city and publisher not currently available], 198?.
Lea, Tom. Calendar of Twelve Travelers Through the Pass of the North. El Paso, TX: El Paso Electric Compay, 1947.
Lummis, Charles Fletcher. The Spanish Pioneers. [further data not currently available]
Twitchell, Ralph Emerson. The Conquest of Santa Fe, 1846. Edited by Bill Tate. Truchas, NM: Tate Gallery, 1967.
________. Spanish Colonization in New Mexico in the Onate and DeVargas Periods. Santa Fe: 1919.
_______. The Story of the Conquest of Santa Fe, New Mexico, and the Building of the Old Fort Marcy, A.D. 1846. Santa Fe, NM: Historical Society of Santa Fe, NM, 1923.
Weddle, Robert S. Spanish Sea: The Gulf of Mexico in North American Discovery 1500-1685. College Station, TX: Texas A & M Press, 1985.
Almarz, Felix D. Jr. "An Uninviting Wilderness: The Plains of West Texas, 1534-1821," Great Plains Quarterly, 12 no. 3 (1992):169-180.
Bandelier, Adolph F. Trans by Madeline Turrell. "History of the Colonization and Missions of Sonora, Chihuahua, New Mexico, and Arizona," Journal of the Southwest, 30 no. 1 (1988): 47-120.
Colahan, Clark and Alfred Rodriguez. "Relacion de Fray Francisco de Escobar del Viaje Desde el Reyno de Nuewvo Mexico Hasta el Mar del Sur. [Report of Friar Francisco de Escobar of the Journey from the Kingdom of New Mexico to the Southern Seal]," Missionalia Hispanica [Spain], 1986: 373-394.
de la Teja, Jess F. "El Camino Real: Lifeline of Colonial Texas," Gulf Coast Historical Review, 8 no 1 (1992): 64-72.
Deeds, Susan M. "New Spain's Far North: A Changing Historiographical Frontier?." Latin American Research Review, (1990): 226-235.
Epstein, Jerehiah F. "Cabeza de Vaca and the Sixteenth-Century Copper Trade in Northern New Mexico," American Antiquity, (1991): 474-482.
Farah, Cynthia. "Accounts of Travels Through the Pass of the North," Password, 35 no. 4 (1990): 181-190.
Hanson, James A. "Spain on the Plains," Nebraska History, 74 no. 1 (1993): 2-21.
Hickerson, Nancy P. "The Servios of Vicente de Zaldivar; New Recent Light on the Jumano War of 1601," Ethnohistory, (Winter 1996): 127-144.
Hilton, Sylvia L. "Spanish Colonies in North America: Recent Historical Scholarship From Spain," American Studies International, 32 no. 1 (1994): 70-95.
Kelsey, Harry. "The Gregorian Calendar in New Spain: A Problem in Sixteenth-Century Chronology," New Mexico Historical Review, (1983): 239-251.
Kessell, John L. "‘To See Such Marvels with My Own Eyes': Spanish Explorations in the Western Borderlands," Montana, 41 no. 4 (1991): 68-75.
Krippner-Martnez, James. "The Politics of Conquest: An Interpretation of the Relacion de Michoacan," Americas, 47 no. 2 (1990): 177-197.
Martin, Cheryl English. "Institutions and Society in Colonial Mexico," Latin American Research Review, 25 no. 3 (1990): 188-198.
McCorkle, Barbara B. "Recent Literature in Discovery History," Terrae Incogitae, 23 (1991): 93-101.
Mee, Charles L. Jr. "That Fateful Moment When Two Civilizations came Face to Face," Smithsonian, 23 no. 7 (1992): 56-69.
Miles, Bob. "Early Roads to El Paso," Password, 31 no. 2 (1986): 75-83, 92.
Riley, Caroll L. and Joni L. Manson. "The Cibola-Tiguex Route: Continuity and Change in the Southwest," New Mexico Historical Review, 58 no. 4 (1983): 347-367.
Samuels, Peggy. "Imagining Distance: Spanish Explorers in America," Early American Literature, (1990): 233-252.
Snchez, Magdalena S. "A House Divided: Spain, Austria, and the Bohemian and Hungarian Successions," Sixteenth-Century Journal, (1994): 887-903.
Vehik, Susan C. "Onate's Expedition to the Southern Plains: Routes, Destinations, and Implications for Late Prehistoric Cultural Adaptations," Plains Anthropologist, 31 no. 111 (1986): 13-33.
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