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Tohono O’odham is the name of a large Native American nation. Tohono O’odham people live in Central and Southern Arizona and in adjacent areas of Northern Mexico. Spanish Catholic missionaries attempted to convert them to Christianity with limited success as early as the late 17th century, and many Catholic missions were founded on their tribal territory. Nevertheless, the tribe was able to resist the Spanish. When Arizona became a U.S. state, Tohono O’odham people were subject to forced assimilation. However, they still remain one of the largest Native American groups in the U.S and in Mexico, and they preserved their culture and language better than many other indigenous groups. In Arizona there exists the Tohono O’odham tribal government with the jurisdiction over tribal lands....
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