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The Zuni.


The Zuni.

Bonvillain, Nancy.

Chelsea House


127 pages



Indians of North America


For grades 9-12, this volume originally published in 1995, from the Indians of North America series, describes the history, culture, and contemporary life of the Zunis of New Mexico. Bonvillain (anthropology and linguistics, Simon's Rock College of Bard) explains their community life, religion, relationship with the Spanish and Americans, current issues, and the tribe in the twenty-first century. The revised edition has new color photographs.

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