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Canyon

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Los Tucsonenses

The Mexican Community in Tucson, 1854–1941

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Mud Woman

Poems from the Clay

The University of Arizona Press
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Renewing the World

Plains Indian Religion and Morality

The University of Arizona Press
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Going Back to Bisbee

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Perspectives in Mexican American Studies, Volume 3

Community, Identity and Education

Edited by Juan R. García
The University of Arizona Press
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Songs My Mother Sang to Me

An Oral History of Mexican American Women

The University of Arizona Press

Motivated by a love of her Mexican American heritage, Patricia Preciado Martin set out to document the lives and memories of the women of her mother's and grandmother's eras; for while the role of women in Southwest has begun to be chronicled, that of Hispanic women largely remains obscure. In Songs My Mother Sang to Me, she has preserved the oral histories of many of these women before they have been lost or forgotten.

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Chilies to Chocolate

Food the Americas Gave the World

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