Reviewed in Volume 75:3, July 2000 of the New Mexico Historical Review, this book contains thirteen biographical essays and covers familiar explorers and colonizers (Juan de Oñate and Juan Bautista de Anza) as well as pioneer California and Nevada rancher Pedro Altube, “Father of the Basques of the American West, “and includes the “confession” of a female teenage Montana sheepherder, as well as Robert Erburu, the former president, CEO, and board chairman of The Times Mirror Company, publisher of the Los Angeles Times. Learn how Basque boardinghouses acted as a social club and matchmaker for both sexes.
These are four of the books written by Jane Tenorio-Coscarelli.
A review of the first book in a back issue of Noticias para Los Californianos and as a lover of quilts, as well as tortillas, tamales, piñatas and burritos, we could not resist bringing these bilingual children’s books to the attention of our readers. The books contain stories, recipes, and quilt patterns. The books may not still be in print (Quarter-Inch Publishing, 39165 Silktree Drive, Murrieta, California), but copies are available on AbeBooks.com [https://www.abebooks.com/].
Unfortunately, I (Lynda Sena Kouba) was not able to find a cover page for the "Burrito Boy Quilt Story."
Former U.S. Ambassador to Honduras Mari-Luci Jaramillo tells stories from her own life growing up on a remote ranch in the 1930s in Northern New Mexico. Illustrates how author learned to value community, faith, love, tradition, and learning. Features family photographs and sketches by Navarrete.