Franciscan Awatovi, the Excavation and Conjectural Reconstruction of a 17th-Century Spanish Mission Establishment of a Hopi Indian Town in Northeastern Arizona

@article{Dunne1950FranciscanAT,
  title={Franciscan Awatovi, the Excavation and Conjectural Reconstruction of a 17th-Century Spanish Mission Establishment of a Hopi Indian Town in Northeastern Arizona},
  author={P. Dunne and Ross Gordon Montgomery and Watson B. Smith and J. Brew},
  journal={Americas},
  year={1950},
  volume={30},
  pages={373-374}
}
The examination of the franciscan buildings is taken both from the archaeological and analytical points of view. Special attention is given to the fact that the indian pueblo influence produced a new style, quite distinct from the decorative tradition of new spain. 
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