- Machine generated contents note: pt. 1 San Ildefonso Pueblo -- Experiential, symbolic, and cyclical nature of Pueblo dance -- pt. 2 Santa Clara Pueblo -- Beauty and Humor in Pueblo Dance -- pt. 3 San Juan and Tesuque Pueblos -- Tourism and Other Non-Indian Visitors at the Dances -- pt. 4 Continuity, Change and Meaning.
- "A look at Pueblo dance through striking black and white photographs of dancers in traditional dress from the Pueblo villages of San Ildefonso, Santa Clara, San Juan, Jemez, and Tesuque. Well-known Southwest photographer, Nancy Hunter Warren, took these valuable photographs with permission, thirty to forty years ago. Among the dances portrayed are Buffalo, Comanche, Corn, Deer, and Matachine. The text is a clear and concise explanation of Pueblo dancing, including their experiential, symbolic, and cyclical natures."--Jacket.
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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