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Change in Colotenago: Costume, Migration and Hierarchy

  Mejia de Roas, Idalma and Rosario Mairalbes de Polanco

 

$32.00 (paperback)

Description:    A survey of the native dress of a number of different Mam Maya villages in this mountainous region of the western highlands of Guatemala. The 142-page book is a museum monograph that is liberally illustrated and measures approximately 11 x 8.5 inches with stiff pictorial paper covers. While a NEW book, it may show some wear to covers and/or bent corners.  

Key words       Colotenango, Guatemala,  Weaving, Culture, Mayan Indians, Mam, Costume, Textiles

 Change in Colotenago: Costume, Migration and Hierarchy, Mejia de Roas, Idalma and Rosario Mairalbes de Polanco;  Museo Ixchel de Traje Indigena de Guatemala, Guatemala;   Museum Monograph ; English language version; 142 pp (1989) 
 

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