Publications & Resources


  The South Corner of TimeYaqui Literature, Felipe Molina editorial consultant

Yaqui Alphabet, Felipe S. Molina
Surems and the Talking Tree as told by Anselmo Valencia
Christianity as told to Anselmo Valencia
Tesak Pascola's Watermelons recorded by Ruth Giddings
The Enchanted Pascola as told by Mrs. Carmen Garcia
Ku Wikit as told by Mrs. Carmen Garcia
The Snake People recorded by Ruth Giddings
The Yaqui Curandero as told by Mrs. Carmen Garcia
How the Mountains Were Created as told by Paula Castillo to her son Felipe S. Molina
The Evil Eye by Mini Valenzuela Kaczkurkin
Dorothy Fanin, A Portfolio
Let's Make Thunder Mini Valenzuela Kaczkurkin
Refugio Savala, Pascua Village c. 1955
Growth: Merging Labor and Love by Refugio Savala
The Legend of Skeleton Mountain by Refugio Savala
The Singing Tree by Refugio Savala
Yaqui Literature: Other Sources


Map -- Yaqui Country
Map -- Yaqui Country


  Native American Literature: Other Sources, by Larry Evers. From The South Corner of Time
  A map showing the traditional Yaqui homelands in Mexico.
  Maps of the Pimería Alta: Early Cartography of the Southwest This exhibit illustrates and describes a selection of original rare and historic maps chosen from the Map Collection of the University of Arizona Library. Mapa Official del Estado Sonora Republica de Mexico, 1884-1905
  A Yaqui Easter, by Muriel Thayer Painter
  University of Arizona Press -- Books By and About Yaquis
  The Elders' Truth: A Yaqui SermonThe Journal of the Southwest, v 35, 3 (Autumn 1993)
  Hiakim: The Yaqui HomelandThe Journal of the Southwest v. 34, 1 (Spring 1992)
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