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The north Mexican frontier, readings in archaeology, ethnohistory, and ethnography / Edited by Basil C. Hedrich, J. Charles Kelley [and] Carroll L. Riley.

Author/Creator:
Hedrick, Basil Calvin, 1932- comp.
Publication:
Carbondale, Southern Illinois University Press, 1971.
Format/Description:
Book
xvi, 255 p. map. 24 cm.
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Subjects:
Indians of Mexico -- Addresses, essays, lectures.
Contents:
Visit to archaeological remains of La Quemada, Zacatecas, Mexico, by L. Baires.
Notes on the geography and archaeology of Zape, Durango, by D. D. Brand.
The Chalchihultes area, Zacatecas, by M. Gamio.
Navacoyan: a preliminary survey, by A. M. Howard.
The region of the ancient Quemada, Mexico, by A. Hṙdlička.
Late archaeological sites in Durango, Mexico, from Chalchihuites to Zape, by J. A. Mason.
A brief and succinct account of the events of the War with the Tepehuanes, government of Nueva Vizcaya, from November 15, 1616 to May 16, 1618, by C. W. Hackett.
Exerpts from the Account of the triumphs of our holy faith among the most fierce and savage people of the New World ... vol. 3, by Padre A. Péres de Ribas.
The Opata: an inland tribe of Sonora, by J. B. Johnson.
The hunting gathering people of north Mexico, by P. Kirchoff. The fiesta of the pinole at Azqueltán, by J. A. Mason.
The Tepehuán of northern Mexico, by J. A. Mason.
The genetic model and Uto-Aztecan time perspective, by A. K. Romney.
Bibliography (p. 250-255).
Contributor:
Kelley, J. Charles, 1913-1997 comp.
Riley, Carroll L. comp.
OCLC:
16756663