Sabino's Map.
Life in Chimayó's Old Plaza.

Photographs by numerous photographers. Text by Don J. Usner.
Museum of New Mexico Press, Santa Fe, 1995. 264 pp., numerous duotone and eight color illustrations, 8¼x10".

This incredible book is considered by some to be the best available history of a Northern New Mexico community. It focuses on the village of Chimayó, New Mexico, long celebrated for its master weavers, orchards, chiles, and renowned Santuario. Chimayó is also the home of the most intact defensive Spanish colonial plaza in the country. Sabino's Map is an extraordinary history of the New World way of life, told in the words of the surviving old ones. The book features photographs by Laura Gilpin, Don Usner, and others.

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