Cocopah


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a member of a North American Indian people living around the mouth of the Colorado River

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the Yuman language spoken by the Cocopa

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They may have migrated to work, as had Jimenez, a farmworker who lived in the Imperial Valley town of Holtville during the season and then returned to a Cocopah community someplace in the surrounding mountains.
Small numbers still exist on the desert south of the Cocopah Mountains and back of San Felipe Bay, as well as in various other localities, thence south to the Vizcaino Desert, where they are still more numerous than elsewhere.
Burney has worked as a consultant for the Oglala Sioux Nation, the Rosebud Lakota Sioux, the Cocopah Indian Tribe, and the Northern Cheyenne Tribe.
Though he doesn't play golf because of health problems, Jack enjoys their view overlooking the golf course and mountains at Yuma's Cocopah RV and Golf Resort.
Riverside communities in Nevada, California and Arizona as well as the reservations of the Fort Mojave, Colorado River Indian Tribes, Chemehuevi, Cocopah and Quechan nations are all at risk in the event of a major lower-basin flood.
But now the Cocopah villages in Mexico are nearly deserted, most tribal members having moved away in search of work.
Representatives from the Zuni Pueblo, Santa Ana Pueblo, Southern Ute, Northern Pueblo Association, White Mountain Apache, San Carlos Apache, Hopi, Hualapai, Cocopah, Salt River-Pima Maricopa, and the Colorado River Indian Tribes are actively helping the Technical Subgroup draft a portion of the recovery plan that addresses Native American issues.
The roots of the Cocopah Indian Tribe are intertwined in what was once a vast and thriving Lower Colorado River - a body of water they now strive to keep flowing for the benefit of their extended culture and future generations.
The Cocopah Indian Tribe's roots are intertwined in what was once a vast and thriving Lower Colorado River--a body of water they now strive to keep flowing for the benefit of their extended culture and future generations.
The opposing alliance included the riverine Halchedom living between the Quechan and Mojave, the Halyikwamai, Kahwan, Cocopah, and Kumyai more or less south of the Quechan toward and in the delta at the head of the Gulf of California, and the Northeastern Pai east of the Mojaves and the Chemehuevi west of the Mojaves.
So far his data has come mainly from O'Odham, Kickapoo, Cocopah and Yaqui tribes.
Also in 1973, and continuing in 1974, the Cocopah Tribe, south of Yuma and east of the Coloradio River, was awarded Arizona RSA Establishment Grants to assist in the development of a VR project aimed at alcoholism and its effects.
Additional contract renewals with San Manuel Casino and Cocopah Casino
The detour will direct traffic away from a bridge crossing that spans the Main Outlet Drain Extension (MODE) canal near the levee road as it enters into the Cocopah Bend RV & Golf Resort area.