Mohave (etnia)

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Homens Mohave com vestimentas indígenas, oeste do Arizona. Timothy H. O'Sullivan, 1871

Mohave é uma tribo nativa norte-americana que se intitulava como os Aha macave, que significa 'pessoas que vivem ao longo do rio'.

Atualmente, muitos descendentes vivos dessas velhas famílias vivem perto ou dentro das reservas localizadas no Rio Colorado. A Reserva Indiana dos Mohave inclui partes da Califórnia, Arizona e Nevada. A Reserva Indiana do Rio Colorado possui partes da Califórnia e Arizona e é dividida por membros das tribos Chemehuevi, Hopi e Navajo.

As reservas do Rio Colorado e dos Mohave foram fundadas em 1865 e 1870, respectivamente. As quatro tribos dividem as reservas como se fossem uma unidade política, mas cada uma possui suas características individuais, tradições, religiões e culturas.

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