A journey into the ancient beliefs and traditions of the Huichol Indian women of western Mexico, known for the textiles they weave on backstrap looms.A journey into the ancient beliefs and traditions of the Huichol Indian women of western Mexico, known for the textiles they weave on backstrap looms.Read Less
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Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket. 087480695X. Hardcover with dustjacket, first printing as indicated by the publisher's "1" in the number line on copyright page, book and jacket are in nearly new condition, very mild bumps to the upper corners is the only book flaw, jacket has no remarkable flaws and a professional (removable) mylar cover is included, "addresses both the technology of weaving as well the dramas and personalities in a community, " 355 pages, illustrated throughout, includes a bibliography.
Illlustrated. Very Good in Very Good jacket. 087480695X LAT 027527 CARP Almost like new red cloth hard cover. Dj with slight rubbing, we have applied a clear protective fold-on cover. With some red underlining and marginalia in the index. 355pp.
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