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Fire in the Hole: The Spirit Work of Fi Yi Yi & the Mandingo Warriors : A Collaborative Ethnography With the Committee Members of Fi Yi Yi

edited by Rachel Breunlin
Format
Book
Published
Lithuania : The Neighborhood Story Project, an imprint of the University of New Orleans Press, [2018]
Language
English
ISBN
9781608011537, 1608011534
Description
190 pages : illustrations (black and white), photographs (chiefly color), portraits (color) ; 31 x 24 cm
Notes
  • "A lushly illustrated oral history of the Black Indians of New Orleans. You're sure to be swept away by their total performance art: the brilliant masking traditions of a Black Creole culture, which endures because it changes all the time." -- from back cover.
  • Works cited: pages 189-190.
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