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The Multicultural Worlds of Pueblo Indian Children's Celebrations
Examines the ways that each of three cultures (Pueblo, Hispanic, and mainstream American) expresses values and beliefs in the celebrations that engage Pueblo children throughout the year. Discusses the secrecy of Pueblo celebrations and the need for educators to use discretion when determining the legitimacy of Pueblo students' absences and sleepiness. (Author/SV)
Author/Creator: Suina, Joseph H., Smolkin, Laura B.
Date Published: Spr
Journal/Secondary Title: Journal of American Indian Education
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