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Little Boys with Three Names: Stories of Taos Pueblo
Ann Nolan Clark (au); Tonita Lujan (au). Ann Nolan Clark’s 3 stories about the summertime activities of the “Little Boy with Three Names” (Anglo, Hispanic, & Indian) presents a vivid, heartwarming picture of life at Taos Pueblo in northern New Mexico. When he returns from boarding school, Little-Joe (also called Jose la Cruz & Tso’u) rediscovers his Indian culture & grows toward manhood by helping fight a forest fire, choosing his own horse, journeying to the sacred Blue Lake, hunting, racing, dancing, singing, & attending the Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial at Gallup. Suitable for ages 8 & up, this volume was first published in 1940 as part of the Bureau of Indian Affairs Pueblo Series of Indian Life Readers for use in Federal Indian schools. B&W illustrations are by Tonita Lujan of Taos Pueblo.
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