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    Tumacácori

    National Historical Park Arizona

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    Investigate Mission 2000 Records

    Investigate Mission 2000 Records

    Original, primary source text from mission records have been translated and digitized into a searchable database. Trace a person's life events, family members, occupation, and tribe.

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    Mapping Tumacácori

    Mapping Tumacácori

    Even in the days prior to step-by-step spoken instructions guided by satellites, maps communicated a great deal of information about a place. They could make a place look attractive or desolate, civilized or wild.

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    The Santa Cruz River: Its People and Environment (4th-8th Grade)

    Students will learn about how people relied on the natural resources and how their lifestyles and actions may have effected the environments. Starting with Native American perspectives, the lessons discuss natural history, cultural and environmental themes and issues through present times.

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    Life Along the Santa Cruz - K-3rd grade

    Introduces primary aged students to the culture and environment of Southern Arizona, specifically along the Santa Cruz River Valley. All activities are hands-on and easy to reproduce in the classroom.

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    Encounters - A History of the Pimería Alta

    From the native cultures and environments through Father Kino and the mission period to today's Tumacácori National Historical Park, southern Arizona has seen hundreds of years of cultural exchange. This multi-disciplinary guide takes students on a journey through language, science, history, and technology.

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    The O'odham

    Students will participate in simulated O'odham cultural activities to include an O’odham language lesson and role-playing various daily tasks such as food preparation, games, weaving and pot making. Students will place a fictional O'odham village along a Santa Cruz River map while using their knowledge of cultural needs and climate restrictions. They will describe the advantages of their chosen site and draw a sketch of their village.

Did You Know?

Apache Warrior

Some Apaches raided somewhere in the Pimería Alta during the full moon nearly every month, using the darkness for cover and the light of the moon to travel swiftly.