Missions and Pueblos of the Old Southwest: Their Myths, Legends, Fiestas, and Ceremonies, with Some Accounts of the Indian Tribes and Their Dances; and of the Penitentes
Based on twenty-five years of research, a comprehensive overview of Southwest missions and pueblos includes ethnographic and cultural information on the Indians of the Southwest, along with photographs of the missions and pueblos before modern changes were made.
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