Bulletin of the Texas Archeological Society, Volume 27, 1956: Searching Inside

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... unacceptable because neither Spain nor Mexico ever owned the Yaqui lands in the first place. Furthermore..., that the government remove all forts, soldiers, and settlers from Yaqui land, together with railroads, telegraph... with the author's intimate knowledge of the culture, mentality, strategy, and logistics of both the Yaqui... Yaqui country in 1933. I was 21 and as yet had no suspicion that within three years I would be embarking

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