By Sandra Lynch

Historians and archaeologists who speak with Yavapai tribal elders about their past learn that Yavapai history is measured in millennia - not centuries. Until the 1800s, Yavapai bands occupied a territory of over 20,000 square miles of Arizona - one-sixth of Arizona’s land mass - that included deserts, grasslands, canyons and mountains. Given what we know about Arizona’s deserts, grasslands, canyons and mountains - it begs this question: HOW?

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