Table of contents for Buried treasures : famous and unusual gravesites in New Mexico history / Richard Melzer.

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CONTENTS
Acknowledgements
1	Not Forgotten?
2	Artists, Performers, and Directors
3	Authors and Composers
4	Cultural Preservationists
5	Business Leaders
6	Educational Leaders
7	Sung and Unsung Heroes
8	Lawmen, Criminals, and Victims of Crime
9	Political, Diplomatic, and Judicial Leaders
10	Religious Leaders
11	Scientists and Medical Personnel
12	Wartime Leaders and Victims to the End of the Indian Wars in New Mexico, 1886
13	Wartime Leaders and Victims Since the Spanish-American War, 1898
14:	Unusual Graves
Appendix A:	Famous New Mexicans Interred in Public Cemeteries in New Mexico
Appendix B:	Famous New Mexicans Interred in Public Cemeteries in Other States and Countries
Appendix C:	Famous New Mexicans Who Have Been Cremated
Appendix D:	Famous New Mexicans Who Originally Came to New Mexico to Recover Their Health 
or to Accompany Someone Else Who Was Ill
Suggested Readings
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Sepulchral monuments -- New Mexico.
Sepulchral monuments -- New Mexico -- Pictorial works.
Cemeteries -- New Mexico.
New Mexico -- Biography.
Historic sites -- New Mexico.
New Mexico -- History, Local.
New Mexico -- History, Local -- Pictorial works.
Registers of births, etc. -- New Mexico.
New Mexico -- Genealogy.