Yablon, Ronald K.

    1978             AArchaeological investigations along the Vaiva Vo - Kohatk road project, Papago Indian Reservation, Pinal County, Arizona.@ Master=s thesis, Department of Anthropology, Arizona State University, Tempe. Bibl. 162 pp.


Yarborough, Richard W.; John T. Vance, and Jerome K. Kuykendall

     1968            Interlocutory order before the Indian Claims Commission, the Papago Tribe of Arizona v. The United States of America. Docket No. 354, pp. 40-3-407. s.l., s.n. [Written here are the orders of the United States Indian Claims Commission, including Athat the case [proceed for the purpose of determining the dates of taking (of Papago lands and minerals) ..., all other issues being reserved for future proceedings.@ Confirmed Mexican land grants and areas within established Papago reservations are excluded from consideration.]


Yarnold, K.W.

    1969             To the reader ... . SDC Magazine, Vol. 12, no. 6 (Spring), pp. 2-3. Santa Monica, California, System Development Corporation. [Most of this issue of the magazine is devoted to development on the Papago Indian Reservation of a Community Health Representative (CHR) Program under auspices of the Indian Health Service=s Health Program Systems Center (HPSC) located on the San Xavier Reservation. HPSC contracted with the California System Development Corporation to provide a consultant, Sheldon Arenberg, to observe, analyze, and report in an effort toward Adeveloping the measures and analytical tools for establishing program effectivity.@ This introduction by Yarnold is accompanied by eleven black-and-white photos of Papagos and the reservation, including one of the south elevation of the church of Mission San Xavier del Bac.]


Yee, Roberta R.H.

    1980             AEvaluation of a sequential follow-up strategy for hypertensive Papago Indians.@ Ph.D. dissertation, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois. 110 pp. [AThe purpose of this study (carried out among 205 hypertensive Papago Indians) was: (1) to implement and evaluate a follow-up intervention strategy for hypertensive patients who missed appointments and were overdue for treatment; (2) to examine the patient variables of age, sex, risk level, and distance from the clinic to assess any differentiating responses to the follow-up intervention; and (3) to apply the results of the study for improving the existing health care system.@]


Yellott, Ann

    1985             A cultural dilemma: abuse in American Indian communities. Tucasa News, issue 4 (Summer), p. 1. Tucson, Tucson Women=s Commission. [This is the text of an interview with Papago Indian Ella Rumley concerning domestic violence and sexual abuse in the AAmerican Indian community.@ Although Papagos are not mentioned as such, Mrs. Rumley is clearly drawing on her knowledge of the Papago community.]


Yetman, David

    1998             Our heritage, warts and all. In Celebrating Arizona's unique heritage: cultural, historical and environmental perspectives, edited by Robert F. Ashcraft and Carlton F. Yoshioka, pp. 1-15. Tempe, Arizona State University, College of Public Programs, Department of Recreation Management & Tourism. [Mention is made of the O'odham having built Mission San Xavier del Bac and of Papagos having been involved with Maricopas and Pimas in the large scale production of wheat in the mid-19th century.]


Yetman, David A., and Alberto Búrquez

    1996             A tale of two species: speculation on the introduction of Pachycereus pringlei in the Sierra Libre, Sonora, Mexico by Homo sapiens. Desert Plants, Vol. 12, no. 1 (June), pp. 23-30. Tucson, The University of Arizona for the Boyce Thompson Southwestern Arboretum. [Mention is made on p. 24 of the presence of the cardón or sagüeso (Pachycereus pringlei) giant columnar cactus "in lands historically occupied by Hia-ched O'odham (Areñero or Sand Papago)." Passing mention is also made of the Pima revolt of 1751 (p. 260.]

Young, Bill J.

    2003             In his own words. Patronato Mission San Xavier del Bac, pp. [4]-[5]. Tucson, Patronato San Xavier. [Artist AJosh@ Young explains the background for the three paintings done by him, illustrated here in full color, of the sanctuary and two side chapels of Mission San Xavier del Bac.]


Youngo, Margarita

    n.d.              San Xavier Mission coloring book. Illustrated by Cheryl Dyson. Tempe, Arizona, Petley Studios. [Thirty-one pictures of Mission San Xavier del Bac, of desert plants and animals, and of Papago Indians are included in this children=s coloring book. Youngo supplied the brief captions for each picture.]

    1987a           Come on in! Dove of the Desert, no. 1 (Summer), pp. [2]-[3]. Tucson, Franciscans at San Xavier Mission. [A typical morning at Mission San Xavier del Bac is outlined, starting with Father Lucien Pargett=s moving across the inner courtyard. Noted, too, are plans for work on mission restoration, including installation of exhibits to make the visitors= stay more rewarding.]

    1987b           The Nativity scene at San Xavier del Bac. Dove of the Desert, no. 2 (Winter), pp. [4]-[5]. Tucson, Franciscans at San Xavier Mission. [This is about the Nativity scene carved by Tohono O=odham artist Tom Franco and which is displayed every Christmas season at Mission San Xavier del Bac. Some background on Franco is given as well, emphasizing his career as a native artist.]


Yu, Alan C.L.

    2000             Stress assignment in Tohono O=odham. Phonology, no. 1, pp. 117-135. Cambridgeshire and New York, Cambridge University Press.


Yurtinus, John F.

    1981             Historic Arizona in seven days. Journal of the West, Vol. 20, no. 3 (July), pp. 86-89. Manhattan, Kansas, Journal of the West, Inc. [A recommended auto tour that includes a visit to Mission San Xavier del Bac.]