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A Zuni Artist Looks at Frank Hamilton Cushing


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Publisher:Zuni A:shiwi Publishing, 1994



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In 1879 Frank Hamilton Cushing rode unannounced into Zuni Pueblo. Sent by the Smithsonian Institution, he stayed at Zuni until 1884 and became the world's first live-in anthropologist. His writings gave Zuni a fame it never sought. Now Phil Hughte turns the tables on Cushing. His drawings tell the story of Cushing from the Zuni perspective, with anthropological commentaries by Triloki Nath Pandey, Jim Ostler, and Krisztina Kosse. This unique book will be relished especially by anthropologists, American Indians, and other people who partake of more than one culture.

A Zuni Artist Looks at Frank Hamilton Cushing was originally published by Zuni A:shiwi Publishing in 1994, but is now widely available through University of New Mexico Press.

"I loved it!"--W. Richard West, Jr.

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