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They have conducted fieldwork side-by-side with professors in China, learned how to study the evidence at a crime scene, and gone on archaeological digs to uncover the traces of Native American societies. Publisher: [Aguascalientes, Mexico]: Universidad Autsnoma de Aguascalientes, Direccisn General de Difusisn, Departamento de Videoproduccisn, 1989. 1 videocassette (20 min.) Abstract: El programa muestra la manera particular en que la comunidad puripecha de Paracho, Mich., celebra la boda de dos de sus miembros; de como se mantienen algunas costumbres y tradiciones dentro del marco de una inusual participacisn de toda la comunidad.

Pages: 305

Publisher: University of Nebraska Press (October 1, 2002)

ISBN: 0803239386


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