Los hijos del imperio: La gente de Tzintzuntzan
Publisher: Colegio de Michoacan
463 pages with numerous black and white photographs, foldout maps and data charts. Quarto (11" x 8 1/2") First Spanish edition.
Spanish-language translation of Foster's 1948 publication Empire's Children: The People of Tzintzuntzan, published by the Smithsonian Institution's Institute of Social Anthropology.
A near fine copy.
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