Whose West Is It Anyway? or, What's Myth Got to Do with It? the Role of "America" in the Creation of the Myth of the West Mitchell, Lee Clark.
American Review of Canadian Studies, Vol. 33, No. 4, Winter 2003
The Otavalo Weave a Niche: The Age-Old Textile Tradition of These Ecuadoran Indians Has Bonded Families and Community While Attracting an International Tourist Market. (Cover Story) Englebert, Victor.
Americas (English Edition), Vol. 53, No. 6, November-December 2001
FROM UTOPIA TO HELL ON EARTH; When White Men First Colonised America, They Found Gentle, Civilised Indians Happy to Share Their Land of Plenty. So Why DID This Idyll Turn So Quickly into a Nightmare of Torture, Massacre and Cannibalism?