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Madeleine Turrell Rodack holds degrees from the Université de Paris and from the University of Washington. She obtained her Ph.D. in French and Spanish at the University of Arizona, where she made an extensive study of Antonin Artaud's visit to Mexico. This French actor-author's travels into remote Mexican lands led her to examine the Tarahumara Indians; their history and culture have since become one of her specialties. A contributor to various southwestern historical journals, Dr. Rodack in 1975 became Assistant Ethnohistorian at the Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona.
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The Discovery of New Mexico by the Franciscan Monk Friar Marcos de Niza in 1539
By Adolph F. Bandelier; Edited by Madeleine Turrell Rodack

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