Southwest Indians

Southwest Indians
Any of the American Indians who inhabit what is now the southwestern U.S. Though highly diversified culturally and linguistically, the Southwest Indians divide roughly into four groupings: the Yuman tribes, the Pima and Papago, the Pueblo, and the Navajo and Apache.

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