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: 2 copies. Copy 1 (EKS): Book: Fair to Good. Binding tight. No tears, bends or folds. Two previous owners’ names on ffep. Some pencil markings on rear pastedown. Slidght cocking to text block. Smudging to bottom text block. Dust Jacket: Fair. Chips and tears to upper and lower edges. Previous owner (?) has applied a piece of tape to upper front edge at spine. NOT price clipped. In mylar. Copy 2 (EKS): Fair. Previous owner’s name in ink on ffep. What appears to be water damage (?) extends from ffep to about page 39 or 40, at upper spine edge. Triangular in shape across both recto and verso pages. A bump to pages 29-59, with page 59 having an approx. 2″x 1/4″ tear and fold. Without dust jacket. Some edge and corner wear. Wear to head and foot of spine.
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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