3 edition of Healers on the mountain found in the catalog.
Healers on the mountain
Originally published: Little Rock : August House, 1993.
|Statement||By Teresa Pijoan.|
|LC Classifications||E99.R3 P54 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010010065|
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Little Rock: August House, pp. ISBN $ Teresa Pijoan is uniquely qualified to produce this book. At age seven, she was the only girl selected by the women elders of the San Juan Pueblo to become a story holder.
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