Mission Monuments of New Mexico
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Authors: Hewett, Edgar L. (1865-1946) and Fisher, Reginald G. (1900-1964)
Publisher: University of New Mexico Press
Pub Date: 1943
Condition: Fair. Binding tight. No tears, bends or folds. Without dust jacket. Previous owner’s name and bookplate on front pastedown. Very slightly cocked. Edge and corner wear. Some wear to head and foot of spine. Gilt on spine and front board slightly worn, fading. Some scuffing to front and rear boards. Includes ephemera.
Notes: Volume 8 of Hewett’s “Handbooks of Archaeological History” series. Pecos, Quarai, Abo, Jemez, Acoma, Gran Quivira, and about two dozen more–after Mexico, New Mexico was arguably the epicenter of Franciscan religious conversions in Spain’s new world empire. And we’re still living with the results.
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