Plural Society in the Southwest

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Author: Spicer, Edward Holland (1906-1983) and Raymond H Thompson [editors]

Year: 1972

Publisher: Wetherhead Foundation

Place: New York

Description:

viii+367 pages with maps and index. Royal octavo (9 1/4" x 6 1/2") issued in green with silver lettering to spine. Jacket design by Larry Lippi. 1st edition.

Contents: Plural Society in the Southwest by Edward H Spicer; The Norteno Variety of Mexican Culture: An Ethnohistorical Approach by Miguel Leon-Portilla; The Mormons: Church and People by Thomas F O'Dea; The Rise of the Navajo Tribe by Robert W Young; Preserving the Good Thins of Hopi Live by Emory Sekaquaptewa; Mexicans in the Southwest: A Culture in Process by Ernesto Galarza; Plural Society in the Southwest: A Historical Comment by John H Parry; Plural Society in the Southwest: A Comparative Perspective by Ithiel de Sola Pool.

Condition:

Previous owner's name on front paste down, light rubbing to extremities. Jacket corners and spine ends chipped, edge wear with some chips, price clipped. A very good copy in like jacket.

SOLD 2016

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