Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1967. Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine. xvi, 300 pp + illustrations, with maps, bibliography, index. Name written on front pastedown; else fine. Dust jacket is price clipped with minimal shelf wear. This volume is "an important contribution to the understanding of culture contact in central Mexico during the eighty years following the Conquest. It is a careful synthesis of data from the documentary sources for Tlaxcala by an historian interested in problems of acculturation and concerned to determine the nature of Indian resistance to, acceptance, and integration of elements of Spanish culture" (dust jacket). (Inventory #: 1813)
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