Hopi Summer

Hopi Summer

Letters From Ethel to Maud

Book - 2007
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Documents the story of the cross-cultural friendship between wealthy New Englander Maud Melville and Hopi potter Ethel Muchvo, who shared years of personal triumphs and sorrows as well as a traditional "Hopi summer" before tragic changes were inflicted on Pueblo culture, in an account based on diaries, letters, and personal photos.
Publisher: Tucson, Ariz. : Rio Nuevo Publishers, c2007
ISBN: 9781933855080
1933855088
Branch Call Number: 305.48897 D2912h 2007
Characteristics: 160 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm

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PimaLib_MaryG Oct 24, 2017

In the face of what would seem unbearable odds, Ethel Muchvo never gave up. Her story is told through letters to friend Maud and other documents. A fascinating and heartbreaking look at Hopi life in the early 20th century.

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PimaLib_MaryG Aug 02, 2017

Fascinating look at a slice of Hopi life in the early part of the twentieth century.


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PimaLib_MaryG Aug 02, 2017

Fascinating look at a slice of Hopi life in the early part of the twentieth century.

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