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Yaqui Tribe Trucker Cap Embroidered Native American

Yaqui Tribe Trucker Cap Embroidered Native American

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Yaqui Tribe Trucker Cap Embroidered Native American.

The Yaqui, Hiaki, or Yoeme, are a Native American and Indigenous Mexican, Uto-Aztecan speaking people of the state of Arizona in the United States and of the Mexican State of Sonora. Their traditional homelands include the Río Yaqui valley in Sonora, Mexico, and Southern Arizona. They also have communities in Chihuahua and Durango, Mexico. The Pascua Yaqui Tribe, based in Tucson, Arizona, is the only federally recognized Yaqui tribe in the United States.[3] Yaqui people also live in the U.S states of California, Nevada, and Texas. Many Yaqui in Mexico live on reserved land in the state of Sonora. Others formed neighborhoods (colonias or colonies) in various cities. In the city of Hermosillo, colonies such as El Coloso, La Matanza, and Sarmiento are known as Yaqui districts; Yaqui residents there continue Yaqui cultural practices and language. In the late 1960s, several Yaqui in Arizona, among them Anselmo Valencia Tori and Fernando Escalante, started developing of a tract of land about 8 km to the west of the Yaqui community of Hu'upa, calling it New Pascua (in Spanish, Pascua Nuevo). This community has a population (estimated in 2006) of about 4,000; most of the middle-aged population of New Pascua speaks English, Spanish, and a moderate amount of Yaqui. Many older people speak the Yaqui language fluently, and a growing number of youth are learning the Yaqui language in addition to English and Spanish. In Guadalupe, Arizona, established in 1904 and incorporated in 1975, more than 44 percent of the population is Native American, and many are trilingual in Yaqui, English and Spanish. A Yaqui neighborhood, Penjamo, is located in South Scottsdale, Arizona. More than 13,000 Yaqui are citizens of the Pascua Yaqui Tribe, a federally recognized tribe based in Tucson, Arizona.



Complete your outfit with an embroidered trucker cap—combine it with a sports tee, slacks, and comfy shoes. It has a classic structured fit, adjustable plastic snapback, and a curved visor that matches its underbill.

• 60% cotton, 40% polyester
• 100% polyester mesh back
• Structured, 6-panel, mid-profile cap
• Pre-curved contrast stitched visor
• Underbill matches visor color
• Adjustable plastic snapback
• Blank product sourced from China

Size guide

  A (inches) B (inches) C (inches) D (inches)
One size 19 ⅛-23 ¼ 4 ⅜ 2 ½ 6 ¾
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