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  1. A Discography of Hispanic Music in the Fine Arts Library of the University of New Mexico; in Sources, Number 1. by Ned, Comp Sublette, 1973-01-01
  2. A collection of Socorro County Newspapers on microfilm at the Socorro Public Library, Socorro, New Mexico by Sherry Krukowski, 1985-01-01
  3. Witter Bynner;: A bibliography, (University of New Mexico Publications. Library series) by Robert O Lindsay, 1967
  4. How To Start An New Mexico Books Library! (Carole Marsh New Mexico Books) by Carole Marsh, 1999-01-01
  5. Carlsbad and Carlsbad Caverns (Images of America) by Donna Blake-Birchell, Southeastern New Mexico Historical Society, et all 2010-02-24
  6. John Gaw Meem: Tradition and the Individual Talent, August 23-October 30, 1976 by The University of New Mexico General Library, 1976
  7. A description of rare and important Medina imprints in the University of New Mexico Library (Occasional paper series / Latin American Institute, University of New Mexico) by Russ Davidson, 1988
  8. Perez Galdos; an annotated bibliography (University of New Mexico library series in bibliography, no. 3) by Theodore A Sackett, 1968
  9. Oaxaca: A critical bibliography of rare and specialized materials in the University of New Mexico's General Library (Occasional paper series / University of New Mexico, Latin American Institute) by Claire-Lise Bénaud, 1992
  10. A current bibliography on Chicanos, 1960-1973 (Sources - University of New Mexico, General Library ; no. 3) by Helena Quintana, 1974
  11. A selective bibliography of material in the University of New Mexico Law Library's special collection in American Indian law by Joseph D Sabatini, 1972
  12. History of the book: Printing, book design, illustration, typography, binding, book trade, etc. : a list of selected works in the University of New Mexico libraries by Janet Haines Johnson, 1977
  13. A bibliography of Scandinavian subject material in the University of New Mexico libraries, the Albuquerque public schools, and the Albuquerque public libraries by Mildred Breiland, 1979
  14. Mexico in the University of New Mexico Libraries: A guide to special materials and older works by Russ Davidson, 1986

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    37. Museum Of New Mexico Research Libraries
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    38. Libweb - Directory Of USA Academic Libraries, New Mexico
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    40. Feature: New Mexico Tribal Libraries: Bridging The Digital Divide
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    New Mexico Tribal Libraries: Bridging the Digital Divide
    by Jessica Dorr and Richard Akeroyd S Our first trip was arranged by Ben Wakashige, the New Mexico state librarian, as part of a planning visit in anticipation of implementing the foundation's grant program for public libraries. (For more information on the U.S. Library Program, visit .) During the 2 days of meetings and site visits, we listened and we learned. Of all the information exchanged, the most important piece was and still is this fact: Tribal libraries serve a vital role for their communities and patrons, and in order for a program from a foundation to make a valuable impact, the design for awarding and implementing grants must be developed with tribal input.
    Understanding the Need
    New Mexico is home to 19 Pueblos and two Apache reservations. In addition, the northwest corner of the state houses more than one-third of the Navajo Nation. As we traveled miles between tribal library sites, we were able to enjoy the expanse of country that makes the American Southwest so spectacular. Once outside Albuquerque, power lines, phone lines, and cell towers ceased to block our view. They also ceased to provide services on Native lands. Many reservations lack the basic infrastructure—roads, power, water, and communications—that we take for granted in urban areas. According to the 1990 Census of Population, just 53 percent of Native households on reservation and trust lands have telephones, compared to 94 percent for all American homes. And while many Americans consider a home computer a necessity, just 15 percent of all Native households have a computer and only 10 percent have Internet access.

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