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MACHINE AGE MAYA: THE INDUSTRIALIZATION OF A GUATEMALAN COMMUNITY

by Nash, Manning

Condition: Very Good


No Place: The American Anthropologist. Very Good. 1958. Softcover. The American Anthropologist, Vol. 60, No. 2, Part 2, Memoir No. 87, April 1958. 118 pages, softbound. A VG copy in lightly worn paper wrappers. Contains several fold-out maps. .

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