20,000 Years of History; a New Mexico Bibliography

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Sunstone Press, Jan 1, 1973 - Indians of North America - 128 pages
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In all the United States, New Mexico is unmatched for the depth of its traditions, its history, and for its multicultural network. The state is a veritable laboratory for study of the ways groups have met and influenced one another. This bibliography provides a fairly inclusive but far from complete listing of the best published sources testifying to New Mexico's record of cultural continuity and intercultural mingling. Many good readings not listed are either unpublished, difficult to obtain or more technical than the readings offered.

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Contents

A An Overview of New Mexicos Cultural Roots
1
ARCHEOLOGY
32
TERRITORIAL PERIOD l846l9l2
58
CHANGE IN CULTURE AND INSTITUTIONS
66
INTERGROUP RELATIONS
77
Pottery
86
E Architecture and House Interiors
94
G StorytellingMythsHealing
104
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About the author (1973)

Frances Leon Swadesh graduated from Vassar College and did her graduate study at Yale University and the University of Colorado, her major area of study being anthropology. Dr. Swadesh has been the Curator of Ethnology at the Museum of New Mexico Research Laboratory and is the author of numerous scholarly articles on anthropology and Hispanic New Mexico

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