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Hotevilla
Hotevilla

By Thomas E Mails and Chief Dan Evehema.


Hotevilla - Is it possible, even logical, that an endangered species withouit Federal protection - five elderly native people, supported by perhaps fifteen younger men and women, living the simplest of lives in a remote village in Northern Arizona - hold in their hands the fate of Americas, and perhaps even the entire world? For that, based upon astonishing prophecies they received nearly a thousand years ago, is what they claim. And they say their village, Hotevilla, is a shrine -the Shrine of the Covenat - and a microcosm of the world.


A book telling the history of the tradition Hopi people of the village of Hotevilla Arozona. Including general events, and especialy the prophecy to them in ancient times.

570 Pages



Price: 15.00



Enduring Culture
Enduring Culture

Enduring Culture - A Century Of Photography Of The Southwest Indians
By M.K.Keegan & Frontier Photographers


By contrasting photographs of Southwestern Indians taken at the turn opf the century with recent pictures of the same peoples, this book offers a portrait of an enduring Native American Culture.

" The photographs are some of the best that have ever been taken of the American Indian". - N.Scott Momaday

120 Pages.



23.00



Argillite
Argillite
Argillite - The Art Of The Haida

By Douglas Wilson and Leslie Drew


The art of the Haida comes to life as the authors explore its origins, its history, its symbolism. Walk the forbidden trail to the secret quarry, stand beside the artist as he seeks the intrinsic carving waiting to be released from the rock, study the relationship of each piece to the changing social environment.

313 Pages.


18.00



Long John Dunn Of Taos
Long John Dunn Of Taos

Long John Dunn Of Taos

From Texas Outlaw to New Mexico Hero.

By Max Evans


Long John Dunn of Taos, New Mexico (cattleman, jailbird, gambler, stagecoach driver, miner, saloon-keeper, and entrepreneur) was one of the American West's most legendary characters. Before Dunn's death, the Taos old-timer told Max Evans the story of his long and adventurous life and his recollections of the last days of the pioneer era. Long John Dunn of Taos: From Texas Outlaw to New Mexico Hero is one of those true life men of the old west from which movies were made - or ought to be! --


9.00




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