Journal of the Southwest
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volume 34, number 1 Spring 1992Special Issue Hiakim: The Yaqui Homeland


The Journal of the
Southwest


Contents Volume 34, Number 1, Spring 1992

edited by
Joseph Carlton Wilder

University of Arizona Press
The Southwest Center
Tucson

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Hiakim: The Yaqui Homeland

Bacum Church/Vahkom Teopo. Site of traditional Yaqui church now used by mexicans


Vicam Pueblo/Vikam Pueblo. The ramada-meeting place in the principal village of the eight Pueblos


Rio Yaqui, near Kompuertam


Crosses marking the boundry between Rahum and Wiivisim


Yaqui home, Torim Pueblo


Totoitakuse'epo, an important mountain mentioned by Don Alfonso


Takaliam, an important mountain mentioned by Don Alfonso


Yasikue, an important mountain mentioned by Don Alfonso


Samawaaka, an important mountain mentioned by Don Alfonso


Wo'ochime'a, an important mountain in Yaqui tradition.


Mataukame, an important mountain mentioned by Don Alfonso

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