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The whole state seemed to have learned a lesson from local author Nancy Bartlit’s “Silent Voices of World War II: When the Sons of the Land of Enchantment Met Sons of the Land of the Rising Sun,” and its new knowledge revealed the book should a finalist for the New Mexico Book Awards.Sunstone Press in Santa Fe, which published the book in April 2005, nominated the book for Best New Mexico History Book.The winners were announced during a banquet Nov. 9 in Albuquerque. Although the Bartlit’s book did not win, Robert Power’s book, “Peopling of Bandelier,” earned the award; she said she is still proud to be recognized as a finalist.“I’m very honored that it was a finalist,” Bartlit said.
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