Finding Aid to the Eleanor Kuehmsted Navaho Acculturation Masters Thesis MS.1350

Mallory Furnier
Library and Archives at the Autry
2015 April 10
210 South Victory Blvd.
Burbank, CA 91502

Contributing Institution: Library and Archives at the Autry
Title: Eleanor Kuehmsted Navaho Acculturation Master's Thesis
Identifier/Call Number: MS.1350
Physical Description: 0.1 Linear Feet (1 folder)
Date (inclusive): 1941
Language of Material: English .

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Preferred Citation

Eleanor Kuehmsted Navaho Acculturation Masters Thesis, 1941, Braun Research Library Collection, Autry Museum of the American West, Los Angeles; MS. 1350; [folder number] [folder title][date].

Scope and Contents

Eleanor Kuehmsted's Masters Thesis, Navaho Acculturation, was supervised by Frederick Webb Hodge and submitted to the Department of Anthropology at the University of Southern California. The thesis explores the effects of cultural contact and change on Navajo culture and includes illustrations and black and white photographs.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Navajo Indians -- Social life and customs
Navajo Indians
Hodge, Frederick Webb