K'atsina

K atsina K Atsina is a dynamic recreation of a little known epoch in American history seen through the lives of the women priests and Indians whose struggles tamed a vast and wild land Augustin born in the

  • Title: K'atsina
  • Author: Lana M. Harrigan
  • ISBN: 9780312872779
  • Page: 116
  • Format: Paperback
  • K Atsina is a dynamic recreation of a little known epoch in American history, seen through the lives of the women, priests, and Indians whose struggles tamed a vast and wild land Augustin, born in the coma pueblo of the Spanish province of New Mexico, is sent to Mexico City to study for the Jesuit priesthood In the capital, in a time when the Inquisition has reached NewK Atsina is a dynamic recreation of a little known epoch in American history, seen through the lives of the women, priests, and Indians whose struggles tamed a vast and wild land Augustin, born in the coma pueblo of the Spanish province of New Mexico, is sent to Mexico City to study for the Jesuit priesthood In the capital, in a time when the Inquisition has reached New Spain, Augustin s loyalties are torn between his adopted religion and that of his people But he has an even agonizing secret he falls in love with Antonia Salvatierra, the daughter of an influential family.

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    1. Great Book: should have more reviews because so many readers are missing out on a really good story. I read her other book Acoma, and I really liked that one as well, didn’t realize that this was a continuation of that family drama or I would have bought this book years ago. The story is historical fiction of Native Americans mostly from Acoma Pueblo but as it develops the lines of generations, we spend a great deal of time in Mexico as well. The timeline covers about sixty years three generat [...]


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