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THORD-GRAY, I.

Title Tarahumara - English, English - Tarahumara (Raramuri) Dictionary: and an Introduction to Tarahumara Grammar. (Indigenous language of state of Chihuahua in Mexico )
Publisher Coral Gables, Florida University of Miami Press
Date 1955
Book ID 28856
First Edition  
Signed  

Description

Original cloth, gilt lettered. 1170 pp.. Author's presentation copy to the Royal Archaeological Institute of Great Britain Library. Heavy book, may require extra for postage. A very good clean tight copy. Cloth a little rubbed at edges, some darkening of fore-edges. Heavy book, may require extra for postage. The Tarahumara are an indigenous people of northern Mexico, their language belongs to the Uto-Aztecan family, map. Ivor Thord-Gray (1878-1964) was born in Sweden and died in Florida. An extraordinary and charismatic figure, he led a rich and varied life all over the world including taking part in some 13 wars. He was also an ethnologist, linguist and writer. After settling in the United States, he established an investment bank in New York. “Someone once said of him that he had a more diversified record than Alexander the Great.” Zaunmüller 375. Not in Dalby.
Price: £150.00

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