The Tall Candle: The Personal Chronicle of Yaqui Indian
University of Nebraska Press, 1971 - Yaqui Indians - 251 pages
Rosalio Moisés was born in 1896 in the Mexican state of Sonora, spent his early years at the Colorada Mine in the Sierra Madre Occidental. He went to live with his grandparents in Hermosillo and later to Arizona. After the end of hostilities in his home land he moved back to the Yaqui Valley. Enduring many difficulties he later moved to Texas where he lived and worked on a farm. Rosalio died in May of 1969 in Tucson, Arizona.
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