Indigenous Peoples Part II. Historical tribes from the heart of the Sonoran Desert
Compilador: Guillermo Munro Historically, the Hia C’ed O’odham or Areneños had a smaller population, but a larger territory with a greater lack of resources and a larger amount of arid lands. They lived to the west of what is now known as the Organ Pipe...
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Indigenous Peoples Part 1. | The first settlers of the region.
Tohono O'odham (Papago) woman wearing a basket tray headpiece, photograph by Edward S. Curtis, c. 1907. Human beings have lived in this region in the heart of the Sonoran Desert for more than 13,000 years and, according to Julian Hayden, there is evidence that they...
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