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Very Good. 0826306039 Trade paperback, original copyright 1982, this is the second printing, 1984, 416 pages, University of New Mexico Press publishers. Usually ships with delivery confirmation. Some handling wear to covers, they show some slight wrinkling from moderate use, spine shows a few vertical wrinkles from repeated opening and closing, but no major flaws, covers are still shiny. Some penciled underlines here and there and a couple of dog-eared pages found. The complex history of the Southwest as Mexico pulled away from imperial Spain while it redefined itself and then emerged the isolated northern frontiers of the Southwest then pulled away from Mexico and many residents allied themselves with the ever growing influence of the widening American frontier. From the back of the book: This widely praised book is the first to view the Southwest under Mexico from both sides of the Rio Grande. Published in 1982, it has won six major awards including the prestigious Billington Award of the Organization of American Historians. 'At last, a long-ignored era in a neglected region has received attention from the scholar most ably equipped to provide a balanced and comprehensive treatment. a masterful work which combines artful composition with prodigious research...a significant contribution in the fields of frontier, Mexican, and southwestern history. Professor Weber writes uncommonly well; this combined with his awesome command of the sources has created a book for scholars and laypersons alike. His evenhanded treatment has corrected many misconceptions previously held about the people and events of the Mexican southwest. Weber has brought the Mexican northern frontier out of the dark age and has brilliantly and gracefully told its story. *
Very Good in Very Good jacket. 8vo. 416 pp., illus. Head and heel of spine and corners of boards lightly bumped, top edge dusty, previous owner name and date on front free endpaper. Jacket faded at spine and edges with some rippling to spine panel, light dustsoiling and edgewear including a few tiny chips.
Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. 9.2 x 6 x 1.2 inches. Pages are clean, no markings from previous owners. Boards are clean and square. Binding is tight. Faint wear to cloth at spine ends and corners. Text block is clean. DJ is clean, bright and unmarked. Inscribed by author. Spine is faded.
Filling in between the years of Mexico's independence from Spanish rule and the United States annexation of Texas and the Southwest with often neglected facts and history. An excellent, well researched and written history.
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