AN ETHNOGRAPHY OF SANTA CLARA PUEBLO, NEW MEXICO. W. W. Hill.
AN ETHNOGRAPHY OF SANTA CLARA PUEBLO, NEW MEXICO

AN ETHNOGRAPHY OF SANTA CLARA PUEBLO, NEW MEXICO

Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1982. First edition. Hardcover. 400 p. Edited and Annotated by Charles H. Lange. 34 plates, with 44 figures and a map. The product of field research spanning nearly eighty years, this book presents an incomparable picture of the philosophy, daily life, traditions, dances, food, and customs of a small community of Tewa-speaking Indians in northern New Mexico. Quarto. Original black cloth binding, with gilt titles. Internally crisp and clean. Some general minor shelfwear to the dust jacket; otherwise a very good copy. Very Good / Very Good. Item #61479
ISBN: 0826305555

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