The Mexican Kickapoo Indians
Fascinating anthropological study of a group of Kickapoo Indians who left their Wisconsin homeland for Mexico over a century ago. Focus on why they left, why they settled in northern Mexico, how they live. "One of the most thorough and authentic studies...yet produced..." — Publishers Weekly. 26 illustrations. Map. Introduction. Bibliography. Index.
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