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Before his death in 1983, Edward H. Spicer held a joint appointment in anthropology and sociology at the University of Arizona and was perhaps the foremost scholar and authority on the history and culture of the Yaqui Indians of Sonora and the desert Southwest.
Edward H. Spicer (4 Titles)

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Cycles of Conquest
The Impact of Spain, Mexico, and the United States on Indians of the Southwest, 1533-1960
By Edward H. Spicer

Ethnic Medicine in the Southwest
Edited by Edward H. Spicer

Impounded People
Japanese-Americans in the Relocation Centers
By Edward H. Spicer; Asael T. Hansen; Katherine Luomala; Marvin K. Opler

People of Pascua
By Edward H. Spicer; Edited by Kathleen Mullen Sands

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