The Story of The Smoki People: Prescott, Arizona: Dedicated to the Preservation of Indian Ceremonial Dances and Artifacts. Wava Gifford.

The Story of The Smoki People: Prescott, Arizona: Dedicated to the Preservation of Indian Ceremonial Dances and Artifacts

Prescott AZ: No Publisher Listed, 1974.

Hardcover. Very Good with no dust jacket. Item #11774

Rear hinge creaks, light endpaper tone, owner's emboss on title page. Solid oversize hardcover.; No publication data but WorldCat suggests [Prescott, Arizona]: [The Smoki People] 1974(?). Well illustrated history of The Smoki People, a fraternity of white residents of Prescott, Arizona, who performed Native American ceremonial dances as a fundraiser and ran a museum there. Pressure from the Hopi tribe led to the end of the largely touristic Smoki People dance performances by 1990. The Museum is now run by a non-profit.

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