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The House at Otowi Bridge: The Story of Edith Warner and Los Alamos

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This is the story of Edith Warner, who lived for more than twenty years as a neighbor to the Indians of San Ildefonso Pueblo, near Los Alamos, New Mexico. She was a remarkable woman, a friend to everyone who knew her, from her Indian companion Tilano, who was an elder of San Ildefonso, to Niels Bohr, Robert Oppenheimer, and the other atomic scientists who worked at Los Alamos during World War II.

"A finely told tale of a strange land and of a rare character who united with it and, without seeming to do anything to that end, exerted an unusual influence upon all other lovers of that soil with whom she came in contact. The quality of the country, of the many kinds of people, and of the central character come through excellently." --Oliver La Farge

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The haunting experiences of a shy Pennsylvania woman who opened a tearoom in her adobe home that became a haven for neighboring nuclear scientists and Indians alike.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780826302816
Author:
Church, Peggy
Publisher:
University of New Mexico Press
Author:
Church, Peggy Pond
Location:
Albuquerque, N.M. :
Subject:
General
Subject:
Indians of north america
Subject:
United States - State & Local
Subject:
North America
Subject:
United States - Mountain - New Mexico
Subject:
Atomic bomb
Subject:
Pueblo indians
Subject:
Los alamos, new mexico
Subject:
Warner, edith, 1891-1951
Subject:
Los Alamos (N.M.) History.
Subject:
Los Alamos
Subject:
San Ildefonso
Subject:
Americana-New Mexico
Subject:
United States - 20th Century
Subject:
Biography
Subject:
Autobiography
Subject:
Letters
Subject:
Travel-US Western States
Subject:
World History-General
Copyright:
Series Volume:
no. 62
Publication Date:
19730531
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
15 drawings
Pages:
159
Dimensions:
8 x 5.5 in

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