Jumano and Patarabueye

Although they overlap, the respective histories of Jumanos and Patarabueyes are convincingly distinct. ... In the records I can find no reference to Patarabueye groups away from the Rio Grande-Rio Conchos drainage, with one exception.

Jumano and Patarabueye

Originally presented as the author's thesis (Ph. D.--Harvard University), 1947.

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