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A lizard maiden Was thirsty and crying. A gila monster ran up And comforted her. The maiden stopped crying. The monster carried her off And took her to wife.
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We now recognize that abuse and neglect may be as frequent in nuclear families as love, protection, and commitment are in nonnuclear families.
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August 15, 1984
Ruth Murray Underhill was an American anthropologist. She was born in Ossining-on-the-Hudson, New York, and attended Vassar College, graduating in 1905 with a degree in Language and Literature.
Papago woman (1979)
Red Man's America (1953)
The Autobiography of a Papago Woman (1936)
Pueblo crafts (1944)
An Anthropologist's Arrival: A Memoir
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