Maricopa

[Amtrak station] On display is a restored Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad dome car, The Silver Horizon (car #375). The dome car, at one time in use as the station office, proved unsuitable and has been replaced by the former Tucson, Arizona station building, a double-wide modular trailer coach that was rolled on to the site after th
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Maricopa

[n] - a member of a North American Indian people of the Gila river valley in Arizona 2. [n] - the Yuman language spoken by the Maricopa and the Halchidhoma peoples
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Maricopa

noun the Yuman language spoken by the Maricopa and the Halchidhoma
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Maricopa

noun a member of a North American Indian people of the Gila river valley in Arizona
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Maricopa

(from the article `Yuman`) ...the river Yumans, who lived along the lower Colorado and middle Gila rivers and whose major groups included, from north to south, the Mojave, ... ...husband`s brother) and sororate are usually but not invariably associated and appear to be the most common of preferential secondary marriages. ... [2 relat...
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Maricopa

Maricopa (märikō'pu, mâr–) , Native North Americans whose language belongs to the Yuman branch of the Hokan-Siouan linguistic stock (see Native American languages). At some time in the past the Maricopa, under pressure from the Yuma, moved up the Gila River in Arizona from ...
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