From: AzTeC SW Archaeology SIG
Subject: Regarding Histories of the Apache
Date: Mon, 11 Nov 96 09:44:00 MST
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- corrections to this article are in red -
From: Sergio Cordova
I've taken the time to translate an article that appeared in the Imparcial
Newspaper of Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico on July 17, 1996. The article was written by Rodolfo Rascon to correct and clarify points he had made in a series of 7 articles he wrote spanning from 01/18/88 through 04/16/95, regarding the last Apaches in Sonora that survived in the Sierra Madre into the 1930's. His articles were based on oral histories from people in northeastern Sonora. These corrections were made as a result of feedback from readers with knowledge of the subject and further investigation. The prior 7 articles are not available on the internet. From this article, one does get an idea of the subject matter of the previous stories and if
someone is interested in studying further, this can give them reference in seeking the hard copies.
Maria Yracébûrû is a Native American ceremonialist who awakened as a channel when she was struck by lightning. She found herself looking into the eyes of her great grandmother, Naylin Lagé, and decided to pursue an exchange of information. Maria has an LLd in eco-psychology and is a prayer-maker and minister. She is author of Ah-Kine Remembrance, a merging of mythology, personal experience, and channeled knowledge on Pleiadian starseed lineage.