Rarámuri, a Tarahumara colonial chronicle, 1607-1791

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Published by Northland Press in Flagstaff, Ariz .

Written in English

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StatementThomas E. Sheridan and Thomas H. Naylor, editors ; foreword by Charles W. Polzer.
ContributionsSheridan, Thomas E., Naylor, Thomas H.
LC ClassificationsE99.T3 R37
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 144 p., [2] leaves of plates :
Number of Pages144
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4751342M
ISBN 100873581881
LC Control Number78074036

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And Thomas H. Naylor (eds) Sheridan *Excellent Condition*. The Rarámuri or Tarahumara are a group of indigenous people of the Americas living in the state of Chihuahua in Mexico.

They are renowned for their long-distance running ability. Originally inhabitants of much of Chihuahua, the Rarámuri retreated to the high sierras and canyons such as the Copper Canyon in the Sierra Madre Occidental on the arrival of Spanish invaders in the 16th century.

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There, in southwestern Chihuahua, terrain terminates at the edge of canyons; there mountains border the sky. In these pages, words by W. Dirk Raat and images by George R. Janecek are testimony to the endurance of the Rarámuri people. The TARAHUMARA is an Indian tribe which lives in the northern parts of mexico.

The name TARAHUMARA means: "where the night is the day of the moon" 'raramuri' (uto-aztec) is a description given to the tribes people and means 'the light-footed one'. To be a 'raramuri' you must have time and care for each other, and to love people more than goods.

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