The Yacqui tribe descended from the Uto-Azteca people of Mexico, who first settled near Nogales and south Tucson in the US. The tribe began to expand and built settlements north of Tucson and they named it as Pascua village.
By the year 552 AD, they lived along Yaqui River, where they gathered wild desert food, cultivated corn, squash, beans and hunted game. The tribe roamed extensively and sometimes settled among other native groups.
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