Harley G. Shaw

Harley G. Shaw

I ive in Hillsboro, NM.  I'm currently editor of "Guajalotes, Zopiotes, y Paisanos" the Hillsboro Historical Society's quarterly newsletter.  The newsletter is in its eighth year of publication.   I'm a retired Wildlife Research Biologist and I also am the Managing Editor of the Wild Felid Monitor, a small journal for biologists working with wild cat species worldwide.  I have three books published by the University of Arizona Press:  Soul Among Lions, Stalking the Big Bird, and 1200 Miles by Horse and Burro.  I am editor and coauthor of a book on Las Animas Creek in the Black Range of New Mexico, which is currently being considered by the UNM Press.  My primary interest lies in the long-term ecological history of the Southwest.  



Sunday, 23 August 2015 01:28

Mountain Pride Article

This article was just published in Hillsboro Historical Society's newsletter--Guajolotes, Zopilotes, y Paisanos.  



Saturday, 15 August 2015 00:23

Seligman Stagecoaches

I have in my computer files an article entitled "Seligman Stage Coaches Revisited"  by

Arthur Seligman Scott.  It is marked Draft.  I have no idea how I came by it or it it was ever published.  I'm planning a short article in our Hillsboro Historical Society Newsletter regarding the Mountain Pride and how it ended up in Lincoln.  I'm wondering if Author Seligman Scott, who posts in Voces de Santa Fe is the author of this article and, if so, was it ever published.  I'd appreciate any help on this.

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