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by Calvin A. Roberts,Susan A. Roberts

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Calvin A. Roberts,Susan A. Roberts
Univ of New Mexico Pr; 1 edition (July 1, 1988)
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by Calvin A. Roberts (Author),‎ Susan A. Roberts (Author).

by Calvin A. This book is easy to read. I enjoyed being reminded of facts I had not thought of for years. -Thomas E. Chavez, P.

Calvin A. Roberts, Susan A. Roberts. UNM Press, 2004 - 352 páginas "This book is easy to read. UNM Press, 2004 - 352 páginas. The first nine chapters cover New Mexico's pre-history and settlement prior to 1846; another six chapters focus on New Mexico as a part of the United States. The narrative is enriched by nineteen special interest features, five time lines, 145 illustrations, of which twenty-seven are in color, and twenty-three maps. The approach is good, even enjoyable. Chávez, P. Director of the National Hispanic Cultural Center.

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Susan Elizabeth Roberts is a news anchor for CCTV America in Washington, . Roberts was born in Grosse Pointe, Michigan, and graduated from Centenary College in Shreveport, Louisiana, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and a minor in Spanish. She completed part of her undergraduate studies at St. John's College in Oxford, England. She was a news anchor and reporter for KATV in Little Rock, Arkansas; WWL-TV in New Orleans, Louisiana; WDSU, also in New Orleans; and WJLA-TV in Washington

Calvin A. Published by University of New Mexico Press. ISBN-13: 9780826340030.

This book was conceived and written to answer the often heard question: Is there an up-to-date history of New Mexico--one I can give someone as a gift or read by myself? New Mexico is the best single volume presentation of the fascinating succession of events and characters that make up the state's past. This is regional history at its best: thorough, readable, well-illustrated, and sure to inform and delight.

New Mexico surveys the entire history of the land and its people, beginning with prehistoric times and ending with the present day. The authors examine the three main periods in New Mexico's history--the Spanish, the Mexican, and the Anglo-American--and recreate what it meant to live and work in each of the eras. Here, too, are many of the legendary figures of New Mexican history--the men and women whose courage, foresight, or notoriety is indelibly etched in the state's past.

  • I tend to agree with some of the other reviewers saying this book badly needed some editing.

    I had to pick it up for my New Mexico History course. It had a lot of things in it that were fine. But there were also times where it felt like things were being stretched in a way that wasn't particularly substantive. Like they wrote a first draft of it and noticed, "Huh, my book's not even 200 pages long. Well, that's not a very respectable book. Let's pad it out with some fluff." And in the end, they arrived at a pretty paltry 210-ish pages that was padded out.

    I still give it 3 stars because it gave me a lot of the info I needed, even if I had to wade past fluff and filler to find it. Also, it was at least reasonably priced compared to most books I've had to buy for college. I mean, it would've been so much worse if I'd had to pay more for it.

  • The perfect book to learn about New Mexico.

  • Riddled with grammatical and punctuation errors, this book does not strike me as an educational book. If you are reading this review, you have Internet access, which means you could go to Wikipedia and get the same information without the filler that makes up most of this book. I had to buy it for a class, and still found it a waste of money, luckily I bought it used for about ten bucks.

    I live in new mexico and was raised here. I've been taking NM history since for 12 years, and this has been the worst textbook I've had to endure yet.

  • Passed the book onto a friend.

  • ordered this book for history class

  • While I wouldn't go so far as one star, this book does seriously need some editing. Clunky, confusing, and outright incorrect grammar and punctuation riddle the book from start to finish. For instance, sentences in the book just like this one predominately do not include a comma after "for instance." So backwards was grammar that I would occasionally have to reread sentences constructed like this one. Otherwise, I think the content gives a decent overview of New Mexico history and is fine as an introductory book, if you can stand the errors.