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a Christian celebration of the Resurrection of Christ

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Rather than idealizing Indian life as the antithesis to modernity, she presents the oppression and enslavement of Yaqui Indians by Mexican authorities at that specific moment in history, a history Kerouac, Acosta, and Villarreal ignore.
THE "OTHERS" AMONG "US": THE "A-NORMALIZATION" PROCESS OF THE YAQUI INDIANS IN PORFIRIAN MEXICO (1890-1909)
But he showed more interest in promoting commercial farms than restoring land to peasants who had been robbed of it prior to the Revolution, and most of the land he distributed came from political opponents and Yaqui Indians.
Occasionally the Yaqui Indians came out of northern Mexico to raid in the area and the Soldiers chased them back across the border.
When they arrive at their new home in Cabora and discover Yaqui Indians have ransacked and burned buildings, stealing cattle and other goods, Tomas travels alone into the mountains to find them and discuss the situation.