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

Author Name    Hotz, Gottfried

Title   Indian Skin Paintings from the American Southwest: Two Representations of Border Conflicts between Mexico and the Missouri in the Early Eighteenth Century

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   Near Fine

Jacket Condition   Near Fine

Type   Book

Edition   First Edition

Publisher    University of Oklahoma Press 1970

ISBN Number    080610872X / 9780806108728

Seller ID   019772

Hardcover. Near fine condition. Stated first edition. Two representations of border conflicts between Mexico and the Missouri in the early eighteenth century. Each of the paintings, called Segesser I and Segesser II, consists of three large skins (probably buffalo) sewn together. They are among the best preserved skin paintings in the world.

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