Tarascans



ETHNONYMS: Michuguaca, Phorhépicha, Phurhépecha, Purepecha, Purépecha, Tarascos


Bibliography

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Carrasco, Pedro (1986). "Economía y política en el reino tarasco." In La sociedad indígena en el centro y occidente de México, edited by P. Carrasco et al., 63-102. Zamora: El Colegio de Michoacán.


Foster, George M. (with the assistance of Gabriel Ospina)(1948). Empire's Children: The People of Tzintzuntzan. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, Institute of Social Anthropology.


Friedrich, Paul (1984). "Tarascan: From Meaning to Sound." In Supplement to the Handbook of Middle American Indians, edited by Victoria Reifler Bricker. Vol. 2, Linguistics, edited by Munro S. Edmonson, 56-83. Austin: University of Texas Press.


Kemper, Robert V. (1981). "Urbanization and Development in the Tarascan Region since 1940." Urban Anthropology 10(1): 89-110.


Pollard, Helen Perlstein (1993). Taríacuri's Legacy: The Prehispanic Tarascan State. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.


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ANDREW ROTH-SENEFF AND ROBERT V. KEMPER

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