Lost Shores Forgotten Peoples

Forgotten Lands The Manche Chol - and their northeast neighbors , the Mopanrepresent the last major lowland Mayan group without a systematic study of their colonial history . The Tamactun Chontal of AcalanTixchel ( Scholes and Roys 1948 ) ...

Lost Shores  Forgotten Peoples

Lost Shores Forgotten Peoples

A collection of original narratives by missionaries and conquistadors of little-known Mayan peoples, the Manché Chol.

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A collection of original narratives by missionaries and conquistadors of little-known Mayan peoples, the Manché Chol.
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