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The Pilgrimage Road to Santiago: The complete Cultural Handbook, by David Gitlitz and Linda Davidson, New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2000. eBook 2012

Davidson and Gitlitz took the first group of modern pilgrims on the Camino de Santiago in 1974 and painted the first arrows. They walked the road from various beginnings in France five times over a period of 25 years. This guidebook in both paper and e-versions, has been described as the bible for pilgrims interested in the history, art, architecture, and ecology of the route.

The Lost Minyan, by David Gitlitz, Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2010
The ten stories in this collection, available both in print and e-version, profile 5 Spanish and 5 Mexican families of secret Jews from the 1480s through the 1650s who ran afoul of the Inquisition. Based on actual cases of real people, the stories are written as fiction, most as first-person narratives by one of the story’s protagonists.
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