Sanapia: Comanche medicine woman
This case study is an ethnographic portrait of Sanapia, Comanche medicine woman. Jones attempts to describe every aspect of Sanapia's role, including detailed accounts of her ritual behavior, her attitude toward her profession, the paraphernalia she employs, & her Comanche society.
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