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Atarque: Now All Is Silent... - Bent, Pauline Chavez
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[ED: Hardcover], [PU: LPD PR], Atarque is a glimpse into New Mexico's history. Settlements like Atarque dotted the landscape as New Mexico moved from a territory to statehood. Unfortunately, many of these villages and settlements are now disappearing. Pauline Chavez Bent has helped to tell some of the stories of New Mexico's villages, sharing the joy and struggles of its people. She introduces us to some of the people who lived with the hardships of life in western New Mexico and celebrated the struggles and joys that make up the soul of New Mexico. WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT ATARQUE: NOW ALL IS SILENT. "The vivid descriptions of the families of this rural community paint a mural of life, love, and Spanish culture which resound in New Mexico. The book explains the traditions that developed the self reliance of the Hispanic soul. It tells of a time when people in a community worked together as a family, which would apply to all settlements in the southwest that still endure after all, we are 'primos, que no?' The silence of the village can be felt like sand erasing the traces of a culture. ATARQUE: NOW ALL IS SILENT beautifully preserves the memories of those who laid the foundation for future generations." - Conchita Marquez de Lucero, a founding member and past President of the New Mexican Hispanic Cultural Preservation League "As a descendant of the 'atarquenos de la familia Chavez, ' I have found Pauline Chavez Bent's work a gateway to my own history and cultural legacy. This book is a testament to the vitality of oral tradition as well as the need for the 'nuevo mexicano' families to persevere in an ever-changing society. Because of her work, the 'atarquenos' have a solid place in history and although the townitself is now silent, the legacy left behind will continue." - Vanessa Fonseca, University of New Mexico Southwest Studies "It is important that we recognize our cultural treasures before they slide into oblivion. That is exactly what Pauline Chavez Bent has done in her book. Ever since I, a fellow New Mexican, arrived in the area of Gallup, New Mexico, to begin my new field of activity, I have been somehow attracted by this present-day ghost town. I was not satisfied until I could join a companion-Franciscan, with Pauline Chavez Bent as our guide, and make a tour of this once thriving Hispanic village. Now New Mexcio will be forever indebted to Pauline for passing its colorful history down to posterity."-Fr. Cormac Antram, O.F.M. "The pioneer spirit and enduring pastoral culture of the Atarqueos is captured by Pauline Chavez Bent in this richly embroidered memoir of the almost forgotten frontiers of western Nuevo Mexico. Faith, family, and culture sustained Hispano homesteaders and their immense flocks of sheep as their fortunes rose and fell with the demands of the twentieth century. The vivid memories of a faithful daughter are enhanced in these pages by an extraordinary photographic and genealogical record. As a child, Pablita played the role of 'La Cautiva Marcelina, ' a Comanche captive in a devotional folk play. The power of healing and understanding comes from those who live between cultures."-Enrique Lamadrid, Literary Folklorist and University of New Mexico Professor of Spanish and Director of Chicano Hispano Mexicano StudiesVersandfertig in ca. 2 Wochen, [SC: 0.00]

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[EAN: 9781890689421], Neubuch, Print on Demand. Atarque is a glimpse into New Mexico's history. Settlements like Atarque dotted the landscape as New Mexico moved from a territory to statehood. Unfortunately, many of these villages and settlements are now disappearing. Pauline Chavez Bent has helped to tell some of the stories of New Mexico's villages, sharing the joy and struggles of its people. She introduces us to some of the people who lived with the hardships of life in western New Mexico and celebrated the struggles and joys that make up the soul of New Mexico. WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT ATARQUE: NOW ALL IS SILENT. "The vivid descriptions of the families of this rural community paint a mural of life, love, and Spanish culture which resound in New Mexico. The book explains the traditions that developed the self reliance of the Hispanic soul. It tells of a time when people in a community worked together as a family, which would apply to all settlements in the southwest that still endure; after all, we are 'primos, que no?' The silence of the village can be felt like sand erasing the traces of a culture. ATARQUE: NOW ALL IS SILENT beautifully preserves the memories of those who laid the foundation for future generations." - Conchita Marquez de Lucero, a founding member and past President of the New Mexican Hispanic Cultural Preservation League "As a descendant of the 'atarquenos de la familia Chavez, ' I have found Pauline Chavez Bent's work a gateway to my own history and cultural legacy. This book is a testament to the vitality of oral tradition as well as the need for the 'nuevo mexicano' families to persevere in an ever-changing society. Because of her work, the 'atarquenos' have a solid place in history and although the townitself is now silent, the legacy left behind will continue." - Vanessa Fonseca, University of New Mexico Southwest Studies "It is important that we recognize our cultural treasures before they slide into oblivion. That is exactly what Pauline Chavez Bent has done in her book. Ever since I, a fellow New Mexican, arrived in the area of Gallup, New Mexico, to begin my new field of activity, I have been somehow attracted by this present-day ghost town. I was not satisfied until I could join a companion-Franciscan, with Pauline Chavez Bent as our guide, and make a tour of this once thriving Hispanic village. Now New Mexcio will be forever indebted to Pauline for passing its colorful history down to posterity."-Fr. Cormac Antram, O.F.M. "The pioneer spirit and enduring pastoral culture of the Atarqueos is captured by Pauline Chavez Bent in this richly embroidered memoir of the almost forgotten frontiers of western Nuevo Mexico. Faith, family, and culture sustained Hispano homesteaders and their immense flocks of sheep as their fortunes rose and fell with the demands of the twentieth century. The vivid memories of a faithful daughter are enhanced in these pages by an extraordinary photographic and genealogical record. As a child, Pablita played the role of 'La Cautiva Marcelina, ' a Comanche captive in a devotional folk play. The power of healing and understanding comes from those who live between cultures."-Enrique Lamadrid, Literary Folklorist and University of New Mexico Professor of Spanish and Director of Chicano Hispano Mexicano Studies 204 pages.

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Bent, Pauline Chavez

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Atarque: Now All Is Silent...

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1890689424

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781890689421
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1890689424
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2007
Herausgeber: LPD PR
204 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,458 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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