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Wesley C. Brewer. □*jTM I* llHf 1 I I I 1 1 >- Beyond Sangres A tale of hope, pain and courage WESLEY C. BREWER Beyond the Sangres Beyond the Sangres A tale of hope,. isi HUM.

Author: Wes Brewer

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595350681

Category: Fiction

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Beyond the Sangres is a family saga that tells of the life long struggle of Zan and Liette to reconcile their heritage with the forces that run rough shod over their lives in the later half of the twentieth century. Beyond the Sangres reveals what happens to people of mixed ancestry when they are entangled by ties to divergent cultures. This powerful first Novel is a tale about the failure and success of adaptation and the creation of a new ethnicity. It is a story of love: love of the land, love of country, love of a lost way of life, and the love of a woman and man for each other. The heroism of human longing and the anguish of revolution set the stage in Beyond the Sangres for rebirth in a new creation.'Beyond the Sangre' reveals an America that few know, but many long for. This book is as enigmatic as its title and and has layer upon layer of meaning. If you want a unique read about a yet to be discovered America, read 'Beyond the Sangres.'
2005-05 By Wes Brewer

The bandits scamper like school- children around the partition and down onto the floor behind the tangle offurniture. ... Beyond the glass, the big red eye hasjust started to drop behind the Sangres, pulling the long shadow of the ...

Author: Brandon Boyce

Publisher: Pinnacle Books

ISBN: 9780786035212

Category: Fiction

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An instant Western classic by the author of Storm’s Thunder and the screenplays Apt Pupil, Wicker Park, and Bad Samaritan. In the Shadow of Sangre de Cristo Mountains It happens in a sudden flash of terror. A band of kill-crazy outlaws smash the bank in Caliche Bend, New Mexico. And by the fine white powder that covers everything—even the dead—everyone knows The Snowman has struck again: for this notorious bank robber uses bags of flour to stabilize the nitroglycerin used in his dynamite blasts. The First Blood Has Been Spilled This time the Snowman has done more than rob a bank. He has made a blood enemy. Harlan Two-Trees loved the murdered sheriff like a father and sets off to bring the Snowman to justice. Harlan cannot guess how many times he will be betrayed, how a beautiful woman will cross his path, and how violence will rain down all around him . . . But Harlan knows this: somewhere along the line he himself must become a killer—to stand a chance when he finally looks evil in the eye . . .
2014-09-01 By Brandon Boyce

The wind blew from the west , from the high unknown mountains they were marching to meet , the distant and still invisible mountains ranked on the other side of the broad valley that lay beyond the Sangres . It brought up against the ...

Author: William Brandon

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ISBN: UCAL:B4438367

Category: Discoveries in geography

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The the deliberate intent of tackling the mountains in winter, William Brandon set out with thirty-five men, among them Alexis Godey and Old Bill Williams of mountain-men fame, and a hundred mules. On all sides the warnings were sharply insistent that this winter of 1848 would be one of the worst in history, and before the men came to the mountain, they had evidence of its brutal fury. The story of the ascent, when the men were bolstered by the conviction that they were marching hand in hand with History, and the descent, when they were dogged by defeat and its handmaidens of starvation and panic, contribute a revealing chapter to the study of human nature. Mr. Brandon is neither for nor against the questionable decisions made by Fremont. Instead, he gives a fresh interpretation of the record in vivid, documentary style. It's a controversial book, and one that should not be missed by anyone interested in the opening of the West.
1955 By William Brandon

con farther south , where it forms the western boundary of South Park , it is the Park range ; in its southern extension it is called Sangre de Cristo and ; Spanish range ; while beyond our limits , to Santa Fé , where it ends ...

Author: George Montague Wheeler

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ISBN: UFL:31262077811577

Category: Astronomy

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"12 photolithographs (heavily retouched), 3 chromolithographs. The photographs are by T.H. O'Sullivan and William Bell. These views, typical of the toned photolithographs published in Government reports, are striking scenes of the Western landscape, translated to this medium with a great deal of graphic richness. This title is also of prime importance because it lists every photographer for every one of the Government's surveys"--Hanson Collection catalog, p. 100.

With the foregoing in mind , we will address Sangre's new arguments below . 6. First , we find that the Bureau did not ignore KOAATV's service obligations beyond Pueblo , as suggested by Sangre . The Bureau merely stated that the ...

Author: United States. Federal Communications Commission

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ISBN: UOM:39015079862416

Category: Telecommunication

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This divide , the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and Spanish range , extends southeast from Poncho Pass beyond the southern ... from Poncho to Sangre de Cristo Pass , seventy - five miles , this range , in average altitude , sharpness of ...

Author: Geographical Surveys West of the 100th Meridian (U.S.)

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ISBN: MINN:319510007970221

Category: Astronomy

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This divide , the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and Spanish range , extends southeast from Poncho Pass beyond the southern ... Poncho to Sangre de Cristo Pass , seventy - five miles , this range , in average altitude , sharpness of outline ...

Author: Geographical Surveys West of the 100th Meridian (U.S.)

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ISBN: UCSC:32106020888159

Category: United States

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Some say that the Hermit went beyond Mesilla as far as San Antonio , Texas . They may mean the village of San Antonio de Senecu just a few miles below El Paso . The only known contemporary evidence of his travel beyond the mountains ...

Author: Arthur Leon Campa

Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press

ISBN: 0806111763

Category: History

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This collection of tales and traditions from the Southwest includes stories of lost mines stacked with bars of gold, mule loads of silver cached away in outlaw hoards, and fabulous Jesuit treasures buried when that order was expelled from New Spain. Some treasure locations would be rediscovered by chance or by an old map-and somehow always lost again. But not all these folk teasures are of material wealth. There is the story of a nun who loved a soldier and repented, and whose kneeling figure may still be seen as a mountain rock formation. There is the Hermit of Las Vegas, an actual person who, after traveling between Argentina and Quebec, settled in New Mexico, where he became the subject of affectionate legends.

Trinchera Creek flows in a broad level basin for more than three miles behind this mesa . ... An almost level plain stretches from beyond Sangre de Cristo Creek southward to a mile or more beyond Trinchera 314 GEOLOGY.

Author: Geological Survey (U.S.)

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ISBN: UCR:31210002601589

Category: Forest reserves

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Trinchera Creek flows in a broad level basin for more than three miles behind this mesa . ... An almost level plain stretches from beyond Sangre de Cristo Creek southward to a mile or more beyond Trinchera 314 GEOLOGY .

Author: John James Stevenson

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ISBN: BSB:BSB11469739

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