Sharing the Desert

The Tohono O'odham in History

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This book marks the culmination of fifteen years of collaboration between the University of Utah's American West Center and the Tohono O'oodham Nation's Education Department to collect documents and create curricular materials for use in their tribal school system. . . . Erickson has done an admirable job compiling this narrative.—Pacific Historical Review
"A readable, fascinating account of the O'odham people, cultivators of the Sonoran Desert."—The News (Austin, TX)

"Erikson's study represents a style of Native American historical narrative that reflects more fully the interests and priorities of native peoples themselves."—Choice
Sharing the Desert
182 Pages 6 x 9 x 0.6 Published: 2003 Paperback (9780816523528)

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