Indian Skin Paintings from the American Southwest Two Representations of Border Conflicts Between Mexico and the Missouri in the Early Eighteenth Century. Gottfried Hotz.

Indian Skin Paintings from the American Southwest Two Representations of Border Conflicts Between Mexico and the Missouri in the Early Eighteenth Century

Norman Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press, 1970. F. xiv + 248 pages; useful index; black and white illustrations; one of The Civilization of the American Indian Series by this publisher; "First Edition" stated on copyright page; "...among the best preserved skin paintings in the world...concluded that almost unquestionably the artists of both paintings were eyewitnesses of the events they portrayed. This book is the product of a remarkable feat of ethnohistorical detection....adds new dimension and understanding to the history of the Indian and the Spaniard in eighteenth-century America..." (from the dustjacket information): light wear to illustrated dustjacket; in very good condition. Item #21490

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