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Yaqui indian family in texas. Francisca Urquidez Martinez daughter of Dario Urquidez (son of chief Lino) with her family.
Old photo of Yaqui Indian Scouts and Fighters. Yaqui Indians who fought in the wars with Pancho Villa ended up in the Mexican State of Chihuahua. Many entered into Texas to start a new life away from the executions in Mexico.
grandson to Yaqui chief in Texas later moved to New Mexico to work. his family were part of the Texas Band of Yaqui Indians.
A Yaqui Indian girl in Presidio Texas grand-daughter to a Yaqui Chief. She had extensive knowledge of traditional herbal healing, common knowledge among Mountain Yaqui Indians who came to texas in 1870, also known as the Texas Band of Yaqui Indians.
John Marshall and family , my Mothers Cousin , went to America around 1930 , not sure, from Co. Down or Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland
Born, January 14, 1849 in Vestre Slidre, Valdres, Oppland, Norway
Came to the U.S.A. in about 1871. Settled first in Wisconsin and then Minnesota.
Knut was a accomplished Hardanger Fiddle player with some success in Norway and here in the U.S. He died September 7, 1908. Buried at Arlington Municipal Cemetery, Arlington, Washington