Irene Stewart: A Voice in Her Tribe, a Navajo Woman's Own Story, 1980 SC

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Stewart, Irene. Menlo Park, California: Ballena Press Anthropological Papers No. 17, 1980.
English 4th printing, Very Good perfectbound socftcover 4to, 8 1/2" x 11",  84 pp.

Very Good perfectbound softcover with tan wraps, black title to front and spine, black-and-white photograph of Irene Stewart to front. Some soiling to back panel, crease to top left corner, one paragraph on page 9 has underlining in red and one word highlighted. Nine back-and-white photographs at back. Text in English, foreword by Mark Shepardson.

An autobiographical account by a Navajo woman active in the Chinle community at the Arizona Navajo Reservation in the 1950s and 60s. Irene Stewart collected indigenous oral histories in her community and followed local and indigenous politics closely. Published by Ballena Press, a small husband-and-wife anthropologist team dedicated to preserving indigenous history.