Culturas Indígenas Vivas de Costa Rica (Living Indigenous Cultures of Costa Rica)
The Acevedo-Mills collection of ethnographic objects and research media related to indigenous Costa Rican communities featured in the Museum of Indigenous Cultures at Centro Neotrópico Sarapiquís is the result of many years of collaborative field work on the part of Jorge Luis Acevedo and Ronald Mills. Through this museum catalogue, Mills and Acevedo acknowledge the generosity and humanity of the many indigenous people who have shared their lives, art, religion, and some of the innermost details of their traditions.
Landscape Foundation Belgium
History of Art, Architecture, and Archaeology | Latin American Studies
Indigenous peoples -- Costa Rica; Indians of Central America -- Costa Rica; Indians of Central America -- Clothing; Indians of Central America -- Social life and customs; Guatuso Indians; Boruca Indians; Guaymi Indians; Bribri Indians; Cabecar Indians; Guetar Indians; Chorotega Indians; Costa Rica
"I sincerely hope the reader enjoys the contents of this museum catalogue. It offers a true voyage into the fascinating world of indigenous cultures; an expedition into the depths of the Costa Rican rainforests where one can discover the true beauty of the indigenous peoples, their art, and their ancestral pre-Columbian heritage." - Jean Pierre Knockaert, President of the Landscape Foundation Belgium
Mills, Ronald D. and Acevedo, Jorge Luis, "Culturas Indígenas Vivas de Costa Rica (Living Indigenous Cultures of Costa Rica)" (2003). Linfield Authors Book Gallery. 23.