A Most Singular Country: A History of Occupation in the Big Bend

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On the border of Mexico, southeast of El Paso where the Rio Grande makes a wide, graceful turn to the north and then south again, the peaks and canyons of Big Bend National Park are anomalies in the middle of the Chihuahuan desert. As impressive as the springs and surrounding fauna and flora are, the human presence in this strategically important oasis is equally noteworthy. Competition in the Big Bend has more than once attained international significance. Apaches, Comanches, Seminoles, and Kickapoos; Spanish adventurers; ...

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