Beautiful and haunting, the images in this photographic chronicle
represent 10 years among the Lacandon Mayans in the southern
Mexican state of Chiapas. What results is an intimate portrait that
illuminates very essence of the Hach Winik, or "Real People," a
tribe struggling to preserve their culture as the modern world
encroaches. Also included is the short story "Pastor Dowe at
Tacate," by Paul Bowles, which describes the experiences of an
American missionary in a small Lacandon town.
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