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


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.


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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