The Pueblo Indian world; studies on the natural history of the Rio Grande valley in relation to Pueblo Indian culture
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[Albuquerque] The University of New Mexico and the School of American research, 1945.
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160 pages, 1 l., 161-176 pages illus., pl., fold. maps, diagrs. 25 cm.
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970.3 Hew
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Series title in part at head of t.-p.
Bibliography
Bibliography: p. 168-169.
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APA Citation (style guide)

Hewett, E. L. 1., Dutton, B. P. 1., & Harrington, J. P. (1945). The Pueblo Indian world: studies on the natural history of the Rio Grande valley in relation to Pueblo Indian culture. [Albuquerque]: The University of New Mexico and the School of American research.

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Hewett, Edgar L. 1865-1946, Bertha P. 1903-1994. Dutton and John Peabody. Harrington. 1945. The Pueblo Indian World: Studies On the Natural History of the Rio Grande Valley in Relation to Pueblo Indian Culture. [Albuquerque]: The University of New Mexico and the School of American research.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)

Hewett, Edgar L. 1865-1946, Bertha P. 1903-1994. Dutton and John Peabody. Harrington, The Pueblo Indian World: Studies On the Natural History of the Rio Grande Valley in Relation to Pueblo Indian Culture. [Albuquerque]: The University of New Mexico and the School of American research, 1945.

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Hewett, Edgar L. 1865-1946., Bertha P. 1903-1994 Dutton, and John Peabody Harrington. The Pueblo Indian World: Studies On the Natural History of the Rio Grande Valley in Relation to Pueblo Indian Culture. [Albuquerque]: The University of New Mexico and the School of American research, 1945. Print.

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