An Ethnography of Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico
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Author: Hill, W. W. (Willard Williams) (1902-1974)
Editor: Lange, Charles H. (1917-2003)
Publisher: University of New Mexico Press
Pub Date: 1982 (First edition)
Condition: Book: Good to Very Good. Binding tight. No marks, tears, bends or folds. Gilt on spine still crisp, easily readable. Appears untouched. Dust Jacket: Good. Light corner and edge wear. Some scuffing to rear cover. In mylar.
Notes: “Nibs” Hill spent 30 years creating this account of Santa Clara Pueblo, incorporating the unpublished field work done by Jean Allard Jeançon between 1904 and 1930. Hill’s manuscript was unfinished at his death in 1974, Hill’s manuscript covered such areas as ceremonial organization, political organization, material culture and the pueblo’s agricultural and non-agricultural economies. Lange, a student and coworker of Hill (Hill chaired Lange’s dissertation committee) added a Preface and Introduction, and chapters on the prehistory, history and geographical setting of the pueblo. Almost 80 years of field research.
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