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Broader terms:Narrower terms:Used for:
  • Cuchan Indians
  • Cuichana Indians
  • Cutgana Indians
  • Kwichan Indians
  • Quechan Indians
  • Umea Indians
  • Yutcana Indians
  • Quechan
Filed under: Yuma Indians -- Folklore Filed under: Yuma Indians -- Fort Yuma Reservation (Ariz. and Calif.) -- FolkloreFiled under: Yuma Indians -- HistoryFiled under: Yuma Indians -- Origin

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Filed under: Indians of North America -- Arizona Filed under: Sinagua cultureFiled under: Tohono O'odham Indians -- AntiquitiesFiled under: Indians of North America -- Glen Canyon (Utah and Ariz.) -- AntiquitiesFiled under: Indians of North America -- Arizona -- Santa Cruz County -- AntiquitiesFiled under: Indians of North America -- Arizona -- Ethnobotany Filed under: Pima Indians -- EthnobotanyFiled under: Indians of North America -- Arizona -- FictionFiled under: Indians of North America -- Arizona -- Folklore Filed under: Hopi Indians -- FolkloreFiled under: Pima Indians -- FolkloreFiled under: Yaqui Indians -- Folklore
  • [Info] Yaqui Myths and Legends, by Elizabeth Warner Giddings, ed. by Harry Behn, illust. by Laurie Cook (illustrated HTML with commentary at sacred-texts.com)
Filed under: Laguna dialect -- TextsFiled under: English language -- Textbooks for foreign speakers -- Laguna dialectFiled under: Indians of North America -- Arizona -- Rites and ceremonies Filed under: Yaqui Indians -- Rites and ceremoniesFiled under: Hopi Indians Filed under: Hopi Indians -- HistoryFiled under: Hopi Indians -- Juvenile literatureFiled under: Hopi Indians -- Social life and customs Filed under: Oral tradition -- Fort Yuma Reservation (Ariz. and Calif.)Filed under: Tales -- Fort Yuma Reservation (Ariz. and Calif.)Filed under: Yuman literature -- Fort Yuma Reservation (Ariz. and Calif.)Filed under: Mohave Indians Filed under: Mohave Indians -- Arizona -- History -- 19th centuryFiled under: Mohave Indians -- WarsFiled under: Pima Indians Filed under: Pima Indians -- Arizona -- San Cayetano del Tumacacori -- AntiquitiesFiled under: Pima Indians -- Material culture Filed under: Yaqui Indians -- Religion Filed under: Tohono O'odham Indians -- Material culture Filed under: Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site (Ganado, Ariz.) -- History Filed under: Indians of North America -- California

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