Titel: People from New Mexico
Stephen R. Donaldson, Delia Gonzalez, Ernest Thompson Seton, Cochise, Michael Martin Murphey, William Hanna, Reies Tijerina, Stanlee Gatti, Pat Garrett, Charlotte Bunch, John Tunstall, Margarete Bagshaw, Commodore Perry Owens, Estela Ruiz.
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12. Juni 2011 - kartoniert - 104 Seiten
Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 104. Chapters: Stephen R. Donaldson, Delia Gonzalez, Ernest Thompson Seton, Cochise, Michael Martin Murphey, William Hanna, Reies Tijerina, Stanlee Gatti, Pat Garrett, Charlotte Bunch, John Tunstall, Margarete Bagshaw, Commodore Perry Owens, Estela Ruiz, Mark Rudd, Barry Sadler, Louis R. Rocco, Chris Griscom, Thomas Tate Tobin, Alexa Havins, Dianna Ortiz, John McCracken, James Tenney, Edward Eugene Harper, Jack Gardner, Lorenzo Clayton, Benjamin Alire Sáenz, Manuel Antonio Chaves, List of people from New Mexico, Tom W. Blackburn, Dennis Jett, Chief Ouray, Cody Ross, Valda Cooper, Deborah Madison, Joel Spolsky, John David Albert, Hampton Sides, Doug Fine, Guadalupe Miranda, Sean Murphy, Drew Goddard, Jose Chavez y Chavez, Arthur Roy Mitchell, Urbici Soler i Manonelles, Larry Hays, Jerry D. Thompson, Lucien Maxwell, Charles H. Beaubien, Victorio, Melanie Sisneros, Fred K. Mahaffey, Antonio Roybal, Joe Kieyoomia, David Parker Ray, Wayne Hale, Addie Peed Swearingen, Dorothy Page, Tara Calico, Hal Gould, Rolf Cahn, List of people executed in New Mexico, Norman Bay, Esther Martinez, Julio Chiaramonte, Anton Docher, Alissa Moreno, Roy Tackett, Charles H. Hayes, The Pajama Men, Phillip Davidson, George W. Hindman, Jim French, Antoine Leroux, Néstor Montoya, John A. Samford, Ned Sublette, Rudd Weatherwax, Robert H. Birch, Miguel Marquez, Bobby Shew, Ira Vandever, Timmy Smith, Avery Haines, Blue Corn, R. Clarke Cooper, Thomas J. Hagerty, Patrice Martinez, Ann Nolan Clark, Juanita Suazo Dubray, George McJunkin, Barbara Richardson, Rose Marie Pangborn, Tullis Onstott, Aguilar Family, Austin Trout, Kenneth Tolon II, Townsend Saunders, Simon Romero, Arthur and Hilda Coriz, Alex Kennedy, Ben D. Altamirano, Hosea Rosenberg, Hector Balderas, Hope Rockefeller Aldrich, John Middleton, Richard Hayes, George J. Maloof, Sr., Poppi Monroe, Taymon Domzalski, Blake Chanslor, Linda and Merton Sisneros, J. R. Patton, Raelene Aguilar, James C. Cooney, John R. Sinnock, Brady Canfield, John Márquez, Ricky Siglar, Manuel Pino, Carol Cady, E. O. Wooton, Ann Cummins, Sonya Dorman. Excerpt: Michael Martin Murphey (born March 14, 1945) is an American singer-songwriter. He is best known for writing and performing Western music as well as country and pop. Murphey has become a prominent musical voice for the Western horseman, rancher, and cowboy. A Western Music Association Hall of Fame inductee, Murphey has six gold albums, including Cowboy Songs, the first album of cowboy music to achieve gold status since the career of Marty Robbins. He has recorded the hit singles "Wildfire", "Carolina in the Pines", "What's Forever For", "A Long Line of Love", "What She Wants", "Don't Count the Rainy Days", and "Cowboy Logic". Murphey is also the author of New Mexico's state ballad, "The Land of Enchantment". Michael Martin Murphey was born on 14 March 1945 in the Oak Cliff section of Dallas, Texas, the son of Pink and Lois (Corbett) Murphey. He grew up in Dallas, Texas. His love of the outdoors began at an early age when his parents took him and his brother Mark (who was three years Michael's junior) on regular trips to the country to visit relatives. When he was six years old, Murphey started riding horses on his grandfather's and uncle's ranches. Years later he would remember sleeping on his grandfather's porch under the stars listening to the older man's stories and cowboy songs. He also enjoyed being around these men of the land as they went about their w...