A Survey of Indian Assimilation in Eastern Sonora

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  • Title Page 1
  • Preface 5
  • Introduction 6
  • Contents 7
  • 1: Contemporary Socio-Racial Classifications 9
  • 2 - THE OPATAS AND JOVAS 12
  • 3 - MODERN DISTRIBUTION OF OPATAS AND JOVAS 19
  • 4 - THE LOWER PIMAS 26
  • CONCLUSIONS 30
  • References 31
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