PIMA , a tribe and stock of
See also:Indians . Their range was
See also:Arizona and
See also:northern Mexico . The ruined Pima
See also:village, known to the
See also:Spanish as Casa Grande on the south
See also:bank of the Gila, is an example of their early
See also:civilization and skill in
See also:building . Driven out of their homes by neighbouring tribes, they lived a more or less nomadic
See also:life . They were always
See also:good farmers, showing much skill in irrigation . At first submitting to the Spaniards, they revolted in 1751, destroying all the
See also:missions . The war lasted two years, but since then the Pima Indians have been friendly with the settlers . As a
See also:race they are brave, honest and hard working . They number some 5000 on two reservations in Arizona . The Piman stock includes such tribes as the
See also:Huichol, Opata, Tarumari, and numbers upwards of a
See also:hundred thousand .
PILSEN (Czech, Plzen)
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