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Pima County Public Library- AS TOLD IN TUCSON…MOR BOOKS ABOUT TUCSONANS & THE OLD PUEBLO

AS TOLD IN TUCSON…MORE BOOKS ABOUT TUCSONANS & THE OLD PUEBLO

Terri Windling
THE WOOD WIFE
A journalist inherits a home in the Tucson hills after the mysterious death of the poet who owned it, and discovers she is sharing the space with malevolent, alien creatures.

Harold Bell Wright
THE MINE WITH THE IRON DOOR: A ROMANCE
This romantic tale about a rich mine located somewhere in the Santa Catalina Mountains north of Tucson is a thinly-veiled protest against the depredations wrought by civilization’s encroachment on the unspoiled Southwest.

NONFICTION

Eulalia “Sister” Bourne
NINE MONTHS IS A YEAR AT BABOQUIVARI SCHOOL
A school year in the life of the teacher and students of a remote one-room “ranch” school in Altar Valley during the 1930s.

Charles Bowden
FROG MOUNTAIN BLUES
The highest peak in the Santa Catalina Mountains is called “Frog Mountain” by the Tohono O’odham. This series of essays recounts the depredations inflicted by business interests on the fragile ecology of this area, and underscores the desperate need to preserve this unique wilderness.

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