Politics and Ethnicity on the Río Yaqui

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A study of Mexican Yaqui Indians competing for farming and fishing rights.
"Shows the continuing integrity and vitality of Yaqui culture in the face of centuries of close and sustained exploitation. . . . It demonstrates the remarkable success of the Yaqui, combining continuity of many religious traditions with adaptive changes in many other realms."—Choice
Politics and Ethnicity on the Río Yaqui
186 Pages 6 x 9 Published: 1986 Hardcover (9780816508938)

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