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  • Author:
    Jerold S. Auerbach
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    University of New Mexico Press (March 16, 2008)
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    213 pages
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When historian Jerold Auerbach first saw Edward S. Curtis's early twentieth-century photographTaos Water Girls . Curtis had recast her as the archetypal Pueblo maiden. Curtis's early twentieth-century photographTaos Water Girls, he realized that "here, indeed, was the biblical Rebecca, relocated to New Mexico from ancient Haran, where Abraham's faithful servant had journeyed to find a suitable wife for Isaac. Rebecca with her water pitcher is as familiar a biblical icon as Noah and his ark or Moses with the stone tablets. Curtis had recast her as the archetypal Pueblo maiden

In "Explorers in Eden," Jerold S. Auerbach, professor of history at Wellesley College, provides an insightful .

While there are other explorers Auerbach might have considered, what he has chosen to do he does with wit and grace and, above all, a clearer sense of these encounters in a larger historical framework than any student of the Pueblos has attempted before.

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Jerold Auerbach (b. 1936) is an American historian and professor emeritus of history at Wellesley College. Auerbach earned the . at Oberlin College and the P. at Columbia University in 1965  . Brothers at War: Israel and the Tragedy of the Altalena, (Quid Pro Books, 2011).

Explorers in Eden uncovers an intriguing array of diaries, letters, memoirs, photographs, paintings, postcards, advertisements, anthropological field studies, and scholarly monographs.

Pueblo Indians and the promised land. by Jerold S. Introduction: American holy land. Published 2006 by University of New Mexico Press in Albuquerque.

Yazar: Auerbach, Jerold S. ISBN . Introduction: American holy land - Cushing in Zuni - Visitors and visions - Representing the Southwest - Salon in Taos - Papa Franz's family - Feminist utopia - Conclusion. ISBN: 9780826339478. zet: Beginning in the late nineteenth century, the pueblos of the Southwest frequently inspired Anglo-American visitors to express their sense of wonder and enchantment in biblical references.

Beginning in the late nineteenth century, the pueblos of the Southwest frequently inspired Anglo-American visitors to express their sense of wonder and enchantment in biblical references. Frank Hamilton Cushing's first account of Zuni pueblo described a setting that looked like "The Pools of Palestine." Drawn to the Southwest, Mabel Dodge imagined "a garden of Eden, inhabited by an unfallen tribe of men and women." There she was attracted to Tony Luhan, a Taos Indian who looked "like a Biblical figure."

When historian Jerold Auerbach first saw Edward S. Curtis's early twentieth-century photograph Taos Water Girls, he realized that "here, indeed, was the biblical Rebecca, relocated to New Mexico from ancient Haran, where Abraham's faithful servant had journeyed to find a suitable wife for Isaac. Rebecca with her water pitcher is as familiar a biblical icon as Noah and his ark or Moses with the stone tablets. Curtis had recast her as the archetypal Pueblo maiden."

Explorers in Eden uncovers an intriguing array of diaries, letters, memoirs, photographs, paintings, postcards, advertisements, anthropological field studies, and scholarly monographs. They reveal how Anglo-Americans disenchanted with modern urban industrial society developed a deep and rich fascination with pueblo culture through their biblical associations.