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Personal reminiscences of Mexico's Huichol people I: A disappearing way of life?

Huichol artisan teaches his grandson
I began to discover that certain vested interests involving the Huichol did not welcome outsiders. There was almost a political rivalry among various individuals and groups who regarded the Huichol as their own private preserve. This sense of proprietary rights by over the Huichol was confirmed later when I went to Mexico City. Back then there was intense rivalry among people working with the Huichol., too. Ronald A. Barnett ©

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Personal reminiscences of Mexico's Huichol people I: A disappearing way of life? Ronald A. Barnett ©

I began to discover that certain vested interests involving the Huichol did not welcome outsiders. There was almost a politica... read more

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