Indian Country: America's Sacred Land [Northland Press, oversized hardcover, 1987]

This is the full and detailed view of Indian Country: America's Sacred Land, with text by Tony Hillerman and photographs by Béla Kalman. published in 1987 by Northland Press in Flagstaff, Arizona, this is an oversized "coffee table" hardcover book with a dust jacket. The front cover is a Kalman photograph described as follows: "Ceremonial dancers descend into their kiva after a San Geronimo ritual at Nambe Pueblo; in the background are the snowcapped Sangre de Cristo Mountains, landmark of the "Middle Place" of the Nambe Universe and home of the kachina spirits." The back cover is blank and, on the lower half, displays a photograph of a bison walking down a two-lane road, with a snowy field in the background.

The front fold-out has excerpts from the text printed in black on a white background. The back fold-out is blank except for the publisher's logo printed at the center bottom. The inside front and inside back covers feature a map of Indian Country in blue and grey.

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