A Survey of Indian Assimilation in Eastern Sonora

By Thomas B. Hinton | Go to book overview

CONTENTS
1. CONTEMPORARY SOCIO-RACIAL CLASSIFICATIONS
2. THE OPATAS AND JOVAS
3. MODERN DISTRIBUTION OF OPATAS AND JOVAS
THE SAN MIGUEL RIVER19
THE SONORA RIVER19
THE MOCTEZUMA RIVER20
THE VALLEY OF BATUC20
THE MATAPE VALLEY21
THE MIDDLE YAQUI RIVER21
THE BACANORA RIVER21
THE SAHUARIPA VALLEY21
THE SIERRA EAST OF THE VALLEY OF SAHUARIPA23
THE GRANADOS VALLEY24
4. THE LOWER PIMAS
THE URES26
THE NEBOMES26
THE YECORAS28
5. CONCLUSIONS30
ILLUSTRATIONS
1. Opata weaver. Arivechi13
2. Jova. Pónida14
3. Fariseo masks. Tepupa15
4. Huúki. Palm-weaving hut. Pónida17
5. Casa de dos Naves. Tepupa18
6. Pónida street scene20
7. Jova girls. Pónida22
8. Girls in front of a huúki. Tepupa24
9. Milling wheat at Rancho Taruachi25
10. Pima family from Maicoba, at Yécora27
11. Pima dwelling. Yécora28
12. Pimas. Onabas29
REFERENCES31

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Table of contents

  • 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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