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Huichol Vocabulary
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This is a document comprised of four sheets printed with lists of Spanish and English words and corresponding typed Huichol words. The document was recorded from informant Francisco Tejon by Donald Bush Cordry at la Mesa, Nayarit, 1937 November 29.
Donald Bush Cordry was an artist, a self-taught Mesoamerican scholar, and ethnographer of the arts and crafts of Indian Mexico.
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