Jack Ruby's Kitchen Sink

Jack Ruby's Kitchen Sink

Offbeat Travels Through America's Southwest

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A portrait of the American Southwest captures the unique quality and characteristics of the region as it covers such themes as "tierra," "art," "violence," and "food, religion, and politics."

Baker
& Taylor

A vivid, incisive portrait of the American Southwest captures the unique quality and characteristics of the region as it covers such themes as "tierra," "art," "violence," and "food, religion, and politics" and discusses topics ranging from the origins of "La Bamba" to the regions continuing problem of illegal immigration. 20,000 first printing.

Publisher: Washington, D.C. : National Geographic, c2000
ISBN: 9780792279594
079227959X
Branch Call Number: 917.9043 MIL
Characteristics: xxi, 250 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm

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Jan 29, 2017

I moved to Tucson about 10 years ago and really enjoyed this book for it's historic and cultural events detailed within going back to the 1960's. The author knows the area well and shares his experience of the area in a very entertaining manner. Well done.

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