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

Tosal Kawi, an important mountain mentioned by Don Alfonso


Re'epa Kawi, an important mountain mentioned by Don Alfonso


Otam Kawi, an important mountain mentioned by Don Alfonso


Avas Kaure, an important mountain mentioned by Don Alfonso. This pahko rama/ceremonial ramada is located on the summit.


Mata'ale, an important mountain mentioned by Don Alfonso


Don Alfonso Florez Leyva (center) with Felipe Molina (left) and Steve Armadillo (right)


Don Alfonso Florez Leyva and his wife, Juana, and their children and grandchildren, Las Guasimas


Don Alfonso and a group of Yaqui elders at Vicam Switch/Vikam Suichi where they met to discuss "Testamento" and boundry problems.


Don Alfonso discussing boundries with Mayo elders, near Guaymitas, Navoja


Don Alfonso looking over maps from Spanish Colonial times kept by Majo elders


Larry Evers and Felipe Molina (second and third from left) with collaborators, Guillermo Amarillas Flores (first), Timothy Cruz (fourth), and Angel Duarte (fifth) at the Rio Yaqui near Vikam.

Continue with Don Alfonso Florez Leyva's "Testamento":
Holograph, Transcription, and Translation