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    • Men at Work

    • This volume brings to the public for the first time thirty-four pieces of fiction that had been written for the Federal Writers' Project.
    • Literature
    • A Dictionary of the Maya Language

    • This dictionary is centered on the town and dialect of Hocaba, Yucatan, and is the first to provide a comprehensive, systematic listing of the stems that can be derived from each root that give Maya its distinctive character.
    • Linguistics
    • lore

    • These poems celebrate out-of-the-way places, the lore of plants, wild animals and their unknowable lives, and nearly forgotten ways of being, talking and doing.
    • Poetry
    • France Davis

    • The story of France Davis, pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church in Salt Lake City, who came of age in the segregation-era South and endured with honor the major issues of that difficult time.
    • Autobiography and Memoir
    • Decoding Andean Mythology

    • The first comprehensive exploration of the rich mythology and folktales of the Andean cultural area
    • Folklore Studies / American Indian Studies
    • Joseph's Temples

    • Freemasonry’s significant place in the early history of Mormonism
    • Mormon Studies
    • A Yellowstone Reader

    • An evocative sample of fictional literature about Yellowstone, the best or most notable expressions of the park presenting its geysers, mountains, and rivers from the perspectives of the past.
    • Literature
    • UUAP 038: The Havasupai Woman

    • An ethnographic report on the life cycle of the Havasupai woman based on five months of field research by Carma Lee Smithson during 1950 and 1951.
    • Anthropology
    • Gila Monster

    • A well-illustrated, very readable account of the largest and only poisonous lizard in America.
    • Nature and Environment
    • Borderland Jaguars

    • A natural history of the jaguar that discusses its distribution, habitats, hunting and breeding characteristics, folklor, and the status and management of Arizona-Mexico borderland jaguars.
    • Nature and Environment
    • El Lobo

    • A collection of writings that explore how the Mexican gray wolf was, almost in the blink of an eye, driven to the brink of extinction.
    • Nature and Environment
    • Latter-day Lore

    • A collection of important studies and portrayals of Mormon folk life with analytical introductions
    • Mormon Studies / Folklore Studies

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