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Scope/Content: MS.F.034 Frank Cancian papers. UCI Libraries. Department of Special Collections and Archives (Irvine, California, United States)
Mayas Tzotzil Indians country life economic and social conditions farmers farming corn grains Tozotzil Indians--subsistence activities Lowlands of Grijalva River Valley Zinacantán (Mexico) Chiapas Mexico American culture