Tucson, Arizona; (2005): The University of Arizona Press. First Edition. Octavo. Item #004338
First printing. 261pp. Illustrated text, with chapter notes. Maps. Bibliography. Index. Drawing on both archaeological and historical sources, the author analyses the various levels of economic activity that developed; Production of items in colonial households, exchanges between households, and trade between the colony and Mexico.Focusing on the colonists, she also explores their relations with Pueblo peoples. This work provides a fuller picture of life in early New Mexico than has previously been seen. A fine copy bound in brown cloth, spine lettering gilt, in fine pictorial dust jacket.