Yeah, I just wanted to confirm the Yaqui identity in my family. And I am nowhere near 1/4 blood Yaqui. The family has all these tales of their grandmother living in a what can only be described as a tent, by the Rio in Cananea, Sonora, Mexico. She cooked and cleaned and used the river for all their sources of water. She spoke the Yaqui language mixed with some Spanish to her kids and grandkids. She was Dolores Moroyoqui, a Yaqui Indian woman, and she married Francisco Ochoa, who was said to be Mayo Indian. They had one son and I've recently found out about a daughter, as well. Moroyoqui is such a unique surname, that I thought they'd hear it and go "Oh yeah! you're definitely Yaqui Indian" or "Nope, sorry! You're not Yaqui, you are [insert another Mexican Indian name here] Indian, instead." So much for trying to get an easy answer. [Too bad Staples doesn't make an "easy button" for genealogy!] I know that the family traveled up through Arizona. Her son and his family worked the gypsum mines there. Then they caught on to the citrus crops and followed them to California, finally settling in and around Ventura county. I don't know who she lived with when she died, but she died in Los Angeles on 11 June 1955. I am still trying to get more information from other family members as to her history and of that of her son and husband. I don't want Indian medical benefits or none of that stuff. I was just looking for some kind of recognition, but it will not happen wihtout some further and very throrough research on my part.