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The Discovery of New Mexico by the Franciscan Monk Friar Marcos de Niza in 1539
By Adolph F. Bandelier; Edited by Madeleine Turrell Rodack
136 pp. / 6.00 x 9.00 / 1980
Paper (978-0-8165-3567-5) [s]
  
Series
  - Century Collection

Related Interest
  - History
  - Latin American Studies


The story of Fray Marcos and the Seven Cities of Cíbola was a favorite of Adolph Bandelier (1840–1914). Bandelier’s combination of methodological sophistication and control of the archival data
A delightful little volume.

—Books of the Southwest

Essential for all collections.

—Book Talk

This investigation of Marcos's travels through the Southwest and the significance of those journeys is still valuable today . . . his blend of history, archaeology, and ethnology, as well as his clear, strong style, produced unusually readable and accurate works.

—Southwest Review

An annotative, readable translation appealing to both specialist and general reader of Southwestern studies.

—Mid-America

Rodack should be congratulated not only for her courage in selecting this Bandelier essay for study and translation but also for the careful editing of an often difficult source. Her respect for Bandelier is as palpable as her additional notes are valuable.

—The Americas

makes the Marcos de Niza paper important, not only as a landmark in Southwestern ethnohistory, but as a work of scholarship in its own rights, with insights on Cabeza de Vaca, Marcos, and early Southwestern exploration that are still valid today.

The University of Arizona Press’s Century Collection employs the latest in digital technology to make previously out-of-print books from our notable backlist available once again. Enriching historical and cultural experiences for readers, this collection offers these volumes unaltered from their original publication and in affordable digital or paperback formats.


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