Maldonado traces the journey of his family from Scandinavia and the Holy Land to Spain and Portugal and finally to the Kingdom of New Mexico. Arriving in 1598 with the expedition of Juan de Oate, his ancestors were some of the first settlers of New Mexico. Of the 144 original Spanish/Portuguese colonial families from the 16th and 17th centuries listed by historian and cousin Fray Anglico Chvez, in his pioneering book Origins of New Mexico Families/A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, 119 are on the Maldonado family tree. From the 18th century, 174 of the 277 colonial families identified by Chvez are also on the Maldonado family tree. Over 5,300 names comprise the Maldonado tree - many of them important figures in the annals of New Mexico history. Maldonado's family tree proves the old adage that everyone in New Mexico is a primo, cousin.
Volume One Gilbert Maldonado ... 207 Fray Angélico Chávez, Origins of New
Mexico Families: A Genealogy of the Spanish Colonial Period, revised edition(
Santa Fe, New ... Historical Review, 12, 1 (January, 1937), Lansing B. Bloom and
Paul A. F. Walter, editors (Albuquerque: New Mexico University Press,1937), 86.
Author: Gilbert Maldonado
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
The two-volume Chief of Staff examines the history, development, and role of the military duty position of the chief of staff. Many books have studied history's great commanders and the art of command. None have focused exclusively on the chief of staff -- that key staff officer responsible for translating the ideas of the commander into practical plans that common soldiers can execute successfully on the battlefield. In some cases, it is almost impossible to think of certain great commanders without also thinking of their chief of staff. Napoleon's chief of staff Berthier and Eisenhower's chief of staff Bedell Smith are two examples that are profiled in this work. Zabecki and his collaborators examine the history, development, and role of the chief of staff primarily through profiles of the most important practitioners of the art. These books are published in cooperation with the Association of the United States Army.
Thirty Years of Army Life on the Border appeared in 1866 (Lansing: Scholarly
Publishing Office, University of Michigan ... April 1861, in McClellan
Correspondence, ed. Sears, 8; Official Records of the War of the Rebellion, ser. 1
,1:342–43. ... Sears, also regards the journey as valuable, to a point. ... Family
Author: David Zabecki
Publisher: Naval Institute Press
Lansing — Escape of Elerson— Stand made by the enemy— Mrs. Richtmyer
frightened to death— How to start a bachelor — A flag ... Invasion of Curry Town
— Escape of the Tanner family— Death of Jacob Mover and son — Prisoners
made in the settlement — Capt. ... hog — Escape of Lawrence Bouck— Fare of
prisoners on their journey — Their return home — Ulster county invaded—
Troops sent to ...
Publisher: Heritage Books
Vol . 14 . New York : Grune & Stratton , 1969. pp . 151-162 . Greenfeld , J. A Child
Called Noah : A Family Journey . New York : Holt , Rinehart and ... Lansing , M.D.
, and Schopler , E. Individualized education : A public school model ... Journal of
Autism and Childhood Schizophrenia , 1 ( 3 ) : 283-296 , 1971 . Reichler , R.J. ...
Vol . 14 . New York : Grune & Stratton , 1969. pp . 151-162 . Greenfeld , J. A Child
Called Noah : A Family Journey . New York : Holt ... Washington , D.C .: V.H.
Winston & Sons , 1973. ( Includes classic 1943 article , as well as later works . )
Lansing ... Journal of Autism and Childhood Schizophrenia , 1 ( 3 ) : 283-296 ,
Author: National Institute of Mental Health (U.S.)
Category: Child psychiatry
Known as “Canada’s forgotten people,” the Métis have long been here, but until 1982 they lacked the legal status of Native people. At that point, however, the Métis were recognized in the constitution as one of Canada’s Aboriginal peoples. A significant addition to Métis historiography, The Long Journey of a Forgotten People includes Métis voices and personal narratives that address the thorny and complicated issue of Métis identity from historical and contemporary perspectives. Topics include eastern Canadian Métis communities; British military personnel and their mixed-blood descendants; life as a Métis woman; and the Métis peoples ongoing struggle for recognition of their rights, including discussion of recent Supreme Court rulings.
Métis Identities and Family Histories David T. McNab, Ute Lischke ... Vol . 1 ,
Population . Ottawa , ON : Government Publishing Bureau , 1902 . - . Royal
Commission on Aboriginal Peoples , Final ... Lansing , MI : Robert Smith Printing ,
Author: David T. McNab
Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press
Migrating to America and 1688, Wilhelm Rittinghausen became the first Mennonite minister and just before he died, the first Mennonite Bishop in America. He also established the first paper mill in North America. Before he died he changed his name to William Rittenhouse, helped write the first protest against slavery in America and established one of the most distinguished families in America. His progeny includes several patriots in the Revolutionary War, a world renowned astronomer, mathematician and scientist who became the first Secretary of the U.S. Mint, and who Thomas Jefferson labeled "America's first genius". Also included in this blood line are famous military officers, scientists, judges, legislators, poets, writers and adventurers. It is a family line truly blessed with interesting and intriguing characters who not only witnessed the history of America being made, but also made American history. The stories J. D. Rittenhouse tells about his family are sure to captivate and entertain anyone interested in the history of the United States has seen through the eyes of common, yet heroic people who contributed so much to this great country. Rittenhouse: The Saga of an American Family is a thoughtful story of a family not unlike most American families, yet it is a story of an extraordinary journey through American history has seen through the eyes of one family. It is the saga of the Rittenhouse family.
The stories J. D. Rittenhouse tells about his family are sure to captivate and entertain anyone interested in the history of the United States has seen through the eyes of common, yet heroic people who contributed so much to this great ...
Author: J. D. Rittenhouse
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
dile , per cent of the population Negro , median family income , and the per cent
of dwelling units that are single family . ... Metropolitan Area Traffic Study Part 1 :
Data Summary and Interpretation and Detroit Metropolitan Area Traffic Study Part
II ( Lansing : Speaker ... Chicago Area Transportation Study , Volume 1 : Survey
of Findings and Chicago Area Transportation Study , Volume II ( Chicago :
Author: Mark J. Kasoff
Category: Choice of transportation
C76 Lorie : a story of hope / Mary Ann Cobb . 1. Developmentally disabled
children Gil . New York : AMS Press , c1979 . xvi , 1979 ) 78-21105 ... A child
called Noah : a family journey 7 cocaine , and alcohol . ... Chicago : Year Book
Category: United States
A stirring retelling of the Black Hawk War that brings into dramatic focus the forces struggling for control over the American frontier Until 1822, when John Jacob Aster swallowed up the fur trade and the trading posts of the upper Mississippi were closed, the 6,000-strong Sauk Nation occupied one of North America's largest and most prosperous Indian settlements. Its spacious longhouse lodges and council-house squares, supported by hundreds of acres of planted fields, were the envy of white Americans who had already begun to encroach upon the rich Indian land that served as the center of the Sauk's spiritual world. When the inevitable conflicts between natives and white squatters turned violent, Black Hawk's Sauks were forced into exile, banished forever from the east side of the Mississippi River. Longing for what their culture had been, Black Hawk and his followers, including 700 warriors, rose up in a rage in the spring of 1832, and defiantly crossed the Mississippi from Iowa to Illinois in order to reclaim their ancestral home. Though the war lasted only three months, no other violent encounter between white America and native peoples embodies so clearly the essence of the Republic's inner conflict between its belief in freedom and human rights and its insatiable appetite for new territory. Kerry A. Trask gives new and vivid life to the heroic efforts of Black Hawk and his men, illuminating the tragic history of frontier America through the eyes of those who were cast aside in the pursuit of the new nation's manifest destiny.
Stephens, Jim, ed. The Journey Home: The Literature of Wisconsin Through Four
Centuries. Vol. 1. Madison, Wis.: North Country Press ... Sulloway, Frank J.Born
to Rebel:Birth Order Family Dynamics, and CreativeLives. New York: Princeton ...
Author: Kerry A. Trask
Publisher: Henry Holt and Company
Includes Part 1, Number 1: Books and Pamphlets, Including Serials and Contributions to Periodicals (January - June)
See HOWELL, MARION I. Biblical theology and family life. ... Journey into faith. ...
1-5. (United Church curriculum) Appl. authors: Cleo Duncan & Richard H.
Sanderson. NM: compilation & additions. ... WORLD TOPICS YEAR BOOK, lgó5.
Author: Library of Congress. Copyright Office
Publisher: Copyright Office, Library of Congress
Author: New York Public Library. Research Libraries
Category: Library catalogs
ISBN 0-415-91857 - X . Children of the Roojme : A Family's Journey from
Lebanon . Elmaz Abinader ... Guia Etnografica de la Alta Amazonia , Volume 1 (
Mai Huna , Yagua , Ticuna ) . ... Lansing : Michigan State University Press , 1997.
214 pp ...
Category: Anthropological linguistics
Gives a picture of middle-class American home life between 1750 and 1870. Based on 18th and 19th century diaries, letters, household manuals, and novels, with reproductions of contemporary paintings and prints.
Charles Carroll of Carrollton letterbook , 4 November 1796 , 9 February 1784 , 8
January 1775 , Arents Collections , New York Public Library ; Astor ... Louisa
Jane Trumbull diary , 1 November 1836 , Trumbull Family Papers , Ass . Stephen
Walkley , quoted in David Nelson Beach , Beach ... Catharine Gansevoort ,
receipt , 3 December 1817 , GansevoortLansing Family Papers , NYPL . ...
Alexsandr Borisovich Lakier , A Russian Looks at America : The Journey of
Alersandr Borisovich ...
Author: Elisabeth Donaghy Garrett
Publisher: Harry N Abrams Incorporated
For the Specialist Book World. atains 2 ... The Way Things Are ; Pleasant Morning
Light ; Head of the Family Lewis , CS . Spirits in ... NY Times Great Songs of the
Sixties ( vol 1 & 2 ) Oliphant . Atlas of ... Journey Around My Room , poem Boyles
. ... Pbk Lansing . Endurance . DJ Messner . All 14 Eight - Thousanders Messner
Challenge Messner . Everest Expedition to the Ultimate PERMANENT WANTS .
Category: Antiquarian booksellers
Lansing Bartlett Bloom, Paul A. F. Walter ... Jesús F. de la Teja Texas State
University - San Marcos We Became Mexican American : How Our Immigrant
Family ... 26.99 cloth , ISBN 978-1-4771-3655 , $ 18.99 paper , ISBN 978-1-4771-
3654-6 . ... to craft the story of his family's journey from Mexico to California's San
Fernando Valley and its development over three ... Part 2 , the longest of the book
, examines the family's settled life , including his newly - married parents , in San
Author: Lansing Bartlett Bloom
Category: Indians of North America
One of the unique voices in our century, James Merrill was known for his mastery of prosody; his ability to write books that were not just collected poems but unified works in which each individual poem contributed to the whole; and his astonishing evolution from the formalist lyric tradition that influenced his early work to the spiritual epics of his later career. Merrill's accomplishments were recognized with a Pulitzer Prize in 1977 for Divine Comedies and a National Book Critics Circle Award in 1983 for The Changing Light at Sandover. In this meticulously researched, carefully argued work, Evans Lansing Smith argues that the nekyia, the circular Homeric narrative describing the descent into the underworld and reemergence in the same or similar place, confers shape and significance upon the entirety of James Merrill’s poetry. Smith illustrates how pervasive this myth is in Merrill’s work – not just in The Changing Light at Sandover, where it naturally serves as the central premise of the entire trilogy, but in all of the poet’s books, before and after that central text. By focusing on the details of versification and prosody, Smith demonstrates the ingenious fusion of form and content that distinguishes Merrill as a poet. Moving beyond purely literary interpretations of the poetry, Smith illuminates the numerous allusions to music, art, theology, philosophy, religion, and mythology found throughout Merrill’s work.
Myth and Poetics Evans Lansing Smith ... Hence, the metaphor of the journey
permeates the book, bringing many of the poems into relationship with each
other. ... structured by the symbolism of the four elements.1 The revelation of the
fundamental elements underlying the forms of the ... On the surface an amusing,
satirical poem about the Greek family that lives in the flat below, the poem
Author: Evans Lansing Smith
Publisher: University of Iowa Press
Category: Literary Criticism
As the oldest statewide program serving autistic people in the United States, North Carolina's Division TEACCH (Treatment and Education of Autistic and related Communication handicapped CHildren) has had a major impact on ser vices for these people and their families. As we move into our second decade, we are frequently questioned about all aspects of our procedures, techniques, and program. Of all the questions that are asked, however, the one that comes up most frequently and seems to set our program apart from others concerns the ways in which we work with families. To help answer this question we identified what we have found to be the major components in our parent-professional relationships, and we elaborate on these with the most current research informa tion, clinical insights, and community knowledge available through the expertise of our distinguished contributors. Our purpose was to collect the most recent information and to organize the resulting volume along the outlines of the par ent-professional relationship found most important in the TEACCH program. Thus, the four main sections of the book include these four major ways profes sionals work with parents: as their advocates, their trainers, their trainees, and their reciprocal emotional support source. To the extent this effort was success ful, we acknowledge that it is easier to organize book chapters along these dimensions than it is to provide their implementation in the field.
Massie, R., and Massie, S. Journey, New York: Warner Books, 1976. ... Schopler,
E., Reichler, R., and Lansing, M. Individualized assessment and treatment for
autistic and developmentally disabled children, Vol. ... Pointer, 1980, 25, 8-1 1.
Author: Eric Schopler
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Author: Marietta Chicorel