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

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. Very Good Hardcover (Item ID: 21490)


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