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


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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

edited by
Joseph Carlton Wilder

University of Arizona Press
The Southwest Center


Juan Valenzuela (center) and Edward Spicer (right) with Yaqui elders in a ramada at Rahum. Spicer has just finished speaking in Yaqui to the assembled men


Takalaim, an enchanted mountain in Yaqui tradition, marks the northwest corner of Yaqui territory

 

These crosses mark the boundry between the lands of Potam and Vicam. Maestro Juan Jesus Ujllolimea stands between two men from Potam


Miguel "Miki" Romero, a Yaqui elder, brother-in-law of Don Alfonso, and member of the matachin society, carries a statue of San Jose from the Potam church to a fiesta

Continue with Excerpts from the "Preliminary Report on Potam"