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== Tribal Headquarters  ==
 
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Pascua Yaqui Tribe <br>7474 S. Camino De Oeste <br>Tucson, AZ 85757 <br>Phone 1-520-883-5000<br>FAX 1-520-883-5014 <br>Email contact@pascuayaqui-nsn.gov <br>  
 
Pascua Yaqui Tribe <br>7474 S. Camino De Oeste <br>Tucson, AZ 85757 <br>Phone 1-520-883-5000<br>FAX 1-520-883-5014 <br>Email contact@pascuayaqui-nsn.gov <br>  
  
*[http://www.pascuayaquitribe.org/ Pascua Yaqui Tribe of Arizona]
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== History  ==
 
== History  ==
  
==== Brief Timeline ====
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=== Brief Timeline ===
  
 
*1533: contact with Spanish  
 
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*1767: Drive out Jesuits  
 
*1767: Drive out Jesuits  
 
*1880: Mexican force removal of Yaqui, sending them to work on plantaions in the Yucatan,  
 
*1880: Mexican force removal of Yaqui, sending them to work on plantaions in the Yucatan,  
*1884-1910: Porfirio Diaz'a regime, the Yaqui population reduced from 20,000 to 3,000- many removed to Arizona  
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*1884-1910: Porfirio Diaz'a regime, the Yaqui population reduced from 20,000 to 3,000- many removed to Arizona some joined Pancho Villa in the Mexican Revoultion against Diaz
*----: some joined Pancho Villa in the Mexican Revoultion against Diaz
 
  
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=== Additional References to the History of the Tribe ===
  
==== Additional References to the History of the Tribe  ====
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=== Reservations ===
 
 
==== Reservations ====
 
  
 
== Records  ==
 
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*Pascua Yaqui Tribe, and Arizona. The Story of the Rainbow. [Phoenix, Ariz.]: The Dept, 1993 {{WorldCat|30494435}}
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*Molina, Felipe S., Avertano Olivas, Rebecca Tapia, and Herminia Valenzuela. Wame Vatnataka Im Hohhoasukame=The Ones Who Lived Here in the Beginning. [Tucson]: Pascua Yaqui Tribal Council, 2003 {{WorldCat|319072662}}
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*Bogan, Phebe M., [http://catalog.hathitrust.org/api/volumes/oclc/1689369.html Yaqui Indian Dances of Tucson, Arizona An Account of the Ceremonial Dances of the Yaqui Indians at Pascua]. Tucson, Ariz: Archeological Society, 1925 {{WorldCat|561152631}}
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*Fabila, Alfonso. Los indios yaquis de Sonora. México: Secretaría de Educación Pública, 1945 {{WorldCat|1873079}}
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*Moisés, Rosalio, William Curry Holden, and Jane Holden Kelley. The Tall Candle: The Personal Chronicle of a Yaqui Indian. 1971 {{WorldCat|251317530}}
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*Kelley, Jane Holden. Yaqui Women: Contemporary Life Histories. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1978 {{WorldCat|3274628}}
  
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Various Names / Spellings: Pascua Yaqui, Yaqui,

Population: 1990: 34,000

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Tribal Headquarters

Pascua Yaqui Tribe
7474 S. Camino De Oeste
Tucson, AZ 85757
Phone 1-520-883-5000
FAX 1-520-883-5014
Email contact@pascuayaqui-nsn.gov

Pascua Yaqui Tribe

History

Brief Timeline

  • 1533: contact with Spanish
  • 1609-1610: conflict with Spanish
  • 1610: Peace treaty with Spanish
  • 1740: Yaqui revolt
  • 1767: Drive out Jesuits
  • 1880: Mexican force removal of Yaqui, sending them to work on plantaions in the Yucatan,
  • 1884-1910: Porfirio Diaz'a regime, the Yaqui population reduced from 20,000 to 3,000- many removed to Arizona some joined Pancho Villa in the Mexican Revoultion against Diaz

Additional References to the History of the Tribe

Reservations

Records

Important Web Sites

References


Bibliography