The Navajo: A People in Transition Parts One and Two. Jane M. Christian.

The Navajo: A People in Transition Parts One and Two

Softcover, El Paso, Texas: Texas Western College Press, 1964. First Edition; First Printing. Near Fine. Volume II, Numbers 3 and 4. Volume I: Fall 1964. Volume II: Winter 1965. From page 3 of volume 1, "Surprise and bafflement have always accompanied Anglo-American's realization that the Navajo - largest and most rapidly growing tribe in the United States - retain the core of their aboriginal being and usually resist outsiders' attempts to 'Americanize' them." Staple-bound. Carl Hertzog was the director of the press. Ships same or next business day. Both volumes have minor edge wear, lightly faded on spines. Volume I has a very faint gray smudge on tail edge of back cover. Volume II has tiny creases along spine on back cover. Pages are clean and tight. Protected in archival bag. ; Southwestern Studies; B&W Photographs; Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall. [Item #70397]

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