Indians of the Southwest

By: Baldwin, Gordon C

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New York: Capricorn Books, 1973. 192pp., acknowledgements, glossary, bibliography, The Southwestern Museums, National Parks and monuments and index. The text is illustrated with numerous black-and-white photographs, both contemporary 19th century and modern. Photographic front cover, being a , photograph taken of a Pueblo of Zuni in 1879, which has been printed as if a negative, with red background and brown and white writing on the front panel and spine. Rubbing and shipping to the top and bottom and spine edges and there is a 0.25 " chair to the top front spine gutter edge. Rubbing to the book, edges and to the front and back spine gutter edges. A little fading to the book panels but quite significant fading to the spine. Creasing and scuffing to the book corners. The history of the American Indian tribes of the Southwest -- the Navajo, Pueblo and Mohave. These tribes, since their migration from Siberia 30,000 years ago, have survived first the invasion of the Spanish and later the American settlers to become one of the most populous American tribes while ".... retaining the essences of their native cultures to the present.".. Paperback Edition. Photographic Card. Average/Nil, as Issued. Octavo - up to 9 ¾" Tall. American Indian -- History.

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