Mecayotl and Mexicayotl : the role of kinship in Nahua society
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Identifier: MSS SC 892
This collecion consists of a photocopy of Gardner's master's thesis. This document describes and analyses the role of kinship in the society of the Nahua which is a tribe of Indians in Mexico.
- Gardner, Brant (Person)
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100 p. (0.2 linear ft.)
Gardner was a graduate student of Anthropology.
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Materials are photocopies.
Ethnic and minority history (20th century Western and Mormon Manuscripts collection development policy, 5.IV, 2007).
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- Morgan Crockett
- 2010 July 22
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