A Tale of Santa Fe

Betty Stewart faced significant life challenges — attention deficit disorder, alcoholism, chronic cardiac problems and an attraction to women in a time and place where homosexuality was most often a shameful secret. She overcame these challenges and built a successful and fulfilling life in Santa Fe. That she was able to do so is a tribute to both Betty and her adopted city.

A Tale of Santa Fe is the biography of an intriguing character, but it is also the story of a special place. Its insightful explanations of how Santa Fe developed its architectural identity, how it became a refuge for misfits and how and why it became so popular in the 1980s lead to a better understanding of the City Different.

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A Tale of Santa Fe by Mark Cross

Encyclopedia of Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico

Encyclopedia of Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico by Mark Cross
How do you pronounce Pojoaque? Who was Po’pay? And what is a movida? These questions and hundreds more are answered in this catalog of the people, places, arts, cultures, and colloquialisms unique to Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico. Recommended by Santa Feans Valerie Plame, Hampton Sides and Jack Handey. The encyclopedia includes:
 
*1,000-plus entries
*180 illustrations
*Phonetic pronunciation guides 
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