American Indians and Southwest
Dance Ceremonies of the Northern Rio Grande Pueblos
This guidebook to the dance ceremonies of New Mexico Pueblo Indians is a wonderful aid for anyone looking to visit the pueblos. It contains detailed descriptions of and background for many Pueblo Indian ceremonies that occur year-round in New Mexico. Including a map of northern New Mexico that shows the pueblos and their language groups, as well as a unique Dial-a-Dance that allows you to easily find ceremonial dances at any given pueblo, the guide is an invaluable resource for local pueblo culture.
ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS
Kathryn Huelster has studied the peoples of the Southwest and Native Americans. She is a former docent at the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture and the Eiteljorg Museum in Indianapolis. She now lives in Santa Fe with her husband, Dick.
Dick Huelster has happily pursued his love of archaeology by doing extensive examinations of sites, surveying, and mapping for the Office of Archeological Studies. He and his wife, Kathryn, live in Santa Fe, NM.
Published By High Desert Field Guides
4.81 x 4.81 in. 32 pages 9 color photos