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BOOKS AND ARTICLES

Alexander, Christopher. A Pattern Language: Towns, Buildings, Construction, New York: Oxford University Press, 1977. SABIO RECORD

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. A Natural History of the Sonoran Desert, Tucson: Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum Press; Berkeley; London: University of California Press, © 2000. SABIO RECORD

Jacobs, Jane. Death and Life of Great American Cities, [New York]: Random House, [1961]. SABIO RECORD

Kubler, George. The Religious Architecture Of New Mexico In The Colonial Period And Since the American Occupation; foreword by Barbara Anderson. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1990. SABIO RECORD

Lister, Robert Hill, and Lister, Florence Cline. Those Who Came Before: Southwestern Archeology in the National Park System, 2nd ed., Tucson, Arizona: Southwest Parks & Monuments Association, 1994. SABIO RECORD

Nabakov, Peter, and Easton, Robert. Native American Architecture, New York: Oxford University Press, 1989. SABIO RECORD

Polyzoides, Stefanos, et. al. Courtyard Housing In Los Angeles: A Typological Analysis, Berkeley: University of California Press, © 1982. SABIO RECORD

Poster, Corky. "Sombra, Patios y Macetas: Modernism, Regionalism, and the Elements of Southwestern Architecture," Journal of the Southwest, Winter 1993.

Reid, J. Jefferson, and Whittlesey, Stephanie Michelle. Archaeology of Ancient Arizona, Tucson: University of Arizona Press, © 1997. SABIO RECORD

Tibbets, Joseph M. The Earthbuilders' Encyclopedia: The Master Alphabetical Reference For Adobe & Rammed Earth With a Current "Who's Who" and Display Section For Tradesfolk, Suppliers & Professionals, Bosque, N.M.: Southwest Solaradobe School, © 1989. SABIO RECORD

Treib, Marc. Sanctuaries of Spanish New Mexico, Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993. SABIO RECORD

Tucson Institute for Sustainable Communities. Sustainable Design: A Planbook for Sonoran Desert Dwellings, 1999.

Uviņa Contreras, Francisco. Adobe Architecture Conservation Handbook, Santa Fe, N.M.: Conerstone Community Partnerships, 1998. SABIO RECORD

University of Miami School of Architecture. The New City, volume I, University of Miami School of Architecture: Princeton Architectural Press, © 1991

Veregge, Nina. "Transformations of Spanish Urban Landscapes in the American Southwest, 1821 - 1900," Journal of the Southwest, Winter 1993.

Wilson, Chris. The Myth of Santa Fe: Creating a Modern Regional Tradition, Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1997. SABIO RECORD

LINKS

Arid Lands Newsletter
ag.arizona.edu/OALS/ALN/ALNHome.html

Center for Desert Archaeology
www.cdarc.org/cdarc/

Congress for New Urbanism
www.cnu.org

Cornerstones Community Partnerships, a Santa Fe-based non-profit organization, works primarily with rural Hispanic villages and Indian pueblos in New Mexico and the southwest to restore historic structures.
www.cstones.org

Defining the Southwest
www.library.arizona.edu/definingsw

Documentary Relations of the Southwest
www.statemuseum.arizona.edu/drsw/

Preservation Studies, U of A College of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture (CAPLA)
www.capla.arizona.edu/preservation/

Vernacular Architecture Forum
www.vernaculararchitecture.org

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