An Equestrian Folk Tradition
Kathleen Mullen Sands
344 pp. / 6.00 in x 9.00 in / 1993
Latina and Latino Studies
Latin American Studies
In this first major English-language interpretation of charrería, Kathleen Mullen Sands describes the evolution of this equestrian tradition, highlighting the role of horsemen and women throughout Mexico's history. For those who believe cowboy culture and rodeo represent historic horsemanship in the United States, Charrería Mexicana reveals a festival of equal complexity and distinction.
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