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Once in the mountains he met his second greatest adversary in great numbers.
This was the great grizzly bear, who was curious, fearless and gifted with a
massive ursine intelligence. With lumbering speed the grizzlies could travel forty
Watching westward in 1858 for their first sight of mountains a party of prospectors
entering Colorado saw on the horizon what one of the company said looked "like
a thunder cloud." What he saw were the Spanish Peaks in the Sangre de Cristo ...
See San Juan de los Caballeros San Juan de Ulloa, Veracruz, 479, 584 San
Juan Indians, 411 San Juan Mountains, 887-88 San Juan River, 302, 344, 568,
711 Valley of, 776 San Lázaro, New Mexico, 313 San Lorenzo del Real, New
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A leisurely, comprehensive, and novelistic history of New Mexico and Texas from the earliest times up to the Mexican revolution. Some of the observations of national character are outdated, but these are obvious and more than made up for by passages of beautiful prose and brilliant storytelling. Read full review
A Colony for Mexico
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