First edition. 4to. Cloth, titles stamped in brown on the front cover and spine, brown front and rear endpapers, xii - 184 pp., dedication, acknowledgments, introduction, appreciation, illustrated mostly from photographs, portraits, bibliography. Roessel, a native Navajo, has written an ethnographical autobiography. She writes from the traditionalist standpoint upholding the fundamental domestic values of Navajo women.This book not only describes the role of Navajo women in a changing Navajo society, but also reflects personal experiences and feelings of the author. Former owner's bookplate on front free fly leaf and a small "ding" to upper front corner, else a very good copy.
Inventory Number: 45959