An online collection of more than 450 historic films by and about Native peoples of the Americas, compiled and digitized by historian J. Fred MacDonald over many years. These films range in date from 1925-2010. Most date to the so-called Golden Age of educational filmmaking, from 1945 to the rise… [read more]
Tumacacori National Historical Park is hosting Bernard (Bunny) L. Fontana's 915-page annotated bibliography of the Tohono O'odham (Papago Indians) and of Mission San Xavier del Bac, and by extension, the Spanish and Mexican-period history of the Pimería Alta. It is in word searchable form and can… [read more]
Judge Lawrence Huerta has led a life of service and dedication that serves as a model for many of us in Southern Arizona. He was the first Native American to attend and graduate from the University of Arizona School of Law and the first Native American to be a member of Arizona's powerful… [read more]
In the spring of 1687, an Italian Jesuit missionary named Father Eusebio Francisco Kino started work among a group of Indians on the far northwest frontier of New Spain. The Indians he visited called themselves "O'odham" or "the People" in their own language and were called "Pimas" by the Spaniards… [read more]
A cooperative project between the Pascua Yaqui Tribe of Arizona,
Pima Community College, and the University of Arizona
Visit The Official Pascua Yaqui Tribe Website
About the Pascua Yaqui Connection website
http://www.elearn.arizona.edu/pascuayaquiaz [read more]
This website contains a digital version of the 1980 book, The South Corner of Time: Hopi, Navajo, Papago, Yaqui Tribal Literature. This book was previously published as Sun Tracks, An American Indian Literary Series.
Larry Evers, ed. The South Corner of Time.
Tucson, Ariz.: The University of… [read more]
Through a unique blend of imagery and sound, this website captures the complex oral traditions of Native American communities in the American Southwest. Songs are sung and stories told within the landscapes which inspired them. The tapes explore a world in which words and place possess symbolic and… [read more]