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"Some buildings possess an individuality,
a quality all their own, which sometimes eludes the most subtle
analysis. Pala Asistencia (sub-mission) is of this character.
One feels its charm, longs to stand or sit in contemplation of
By George Wharton James
Dr. A.L. Kroeber, of the University of California, affirmed that the Pala Indians belong to what is now generally called the Uto-Aztecan stock. Distant relatives of theirs are the Shoshones, of Idaho and Wyoming; so the general name "Shoshonean" was long since applied to them. In this grand assemblage belong the Utes of Utah, the famous snake-dancing Hopi, and the pastoral Pimas, of Arizona, the Yaki of Sonora, and the most important of all, the Aztecs of Mexico.
Paperback, 112 pages, $8.95
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