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Havasupai Habitat: A.F. Whitings Ethnography of a Traditional Indian Culture Alfred F. Whiting

Havasupai Habitat: A.F. Whitings Ethnography of a Traditional Indian Culture

Alfred F. Whiting

Published January 1st 1985
ISBN : 9780816508662
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288 pages
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The Havasupai, an impoverished group of Native Americans confined until recently to a small but beautiful canyon trubutary to the Colorado River, were the subject of A.F Whitings study in 1941. . . . This book is a welcome addition to IndianMoreThe Havasupai, an impoverished group of Native Americans confined until recently to a small but beautiful canyon trubutary to the Colorado River, were the subject of A.F Whitings study in 1941. . . . This book is a welcome addition to Indian Ethnography.--Journal of the WestThe adolescent or adult interested in a lifestyle and culture now largely disappeared will find this enjoyable and informative reading.--School Science & MathematicsA valuable contribution to the preservation of the diverse cultural traditions of the desert peoples of the Southwest.--New Mexico Historical Review