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The Uto-Aztecan Language Family (aka Mexican-Opata Language Family)

These people are obviously Ojibway and non Ojibway Indian. When their first diaspora occurred over 1,500 years ago, Anishinabe Soldiers split up into three groups. One went northwest to Alaska, then Asia. Another went straight westward. Then another southwest. I will focus on those groups of Anishinabe Soldiers and their families who went straight west and southwest. They forced their way west to Pacific Oceans Coastline. They also forced their way down into what are now Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas. Other States they brought under their control include California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. They then also forced all of Mexico, Central America, and western South America under their control. In Mexico and South America they are known as Aztec and Inca. Those Tribes they subjugated, were forced to learn Ojibway Language or forced to mix much of Ojibway Language with theirs, especially far south. Regions where Ojibway Language was dominate, are known as Shoshone or Shoshonean and Opata-Pima. Below is a list of Ojibway People and Indian Tribes they subjugated in North America's west and Mexico and further south. Those that have a mixture of Ojibway and non Ojibway Language, have "cp" adjacent to them, while those that have Ojibway as dominate language have "ojib" adjacent to them. Old history books are more helpful and non English sources are also more helpful. Click here to read a bit of a google books book about Senor Don Antonio Garcia Cubas work on Mexican-Opata Language Family, which is known today as Uto-Aztecan Language Family. Carefully look for Apache or Yavapai because it's evidence that Apache and Navajo are Uto-Aztecan Languages. It's not listed under MEXICAN-OPATA AND FAMILIES INDEPENDENT AMONG THEMSELVES AND OF THE MEXICAN-OPATA GROUP. It's before that on page 86. He was sneaky.



You only need to read Aztec History to understand exactly what i am writing about. Aztecs were told by prophecy to settle where they seen an eagle clasping a snake in its claws. However, that could have been corrupted by whites after they invaded in 1519. This is why! Aztec explorers reached what is now Mexico city in either 12th or 13th century, and discovered that a huge lake with several islands in it was there. Lake Texcoco was what they were looking for. Ojibway leaders favored locations offering protection and Lake Texcoco did. They built man made islands on huge Lake Texcoco to grow food on water. Those man made islands are known as chinampas. Ojibway Soldiers forced their way in to colonize Lake Texcoco's attractive region. By mid 15th century, they had conquered that region. Following prophecy, they built their capital on an island they built in Lake Texcoco. It is known as Tenochtitlan. It's really Teotihuacan. Their ancient Captial is yet there. It's very impressive. It's located 25 miles or 40 kilometers northeast of Mexico City. To it's north is a mountain and to it's south is a small mountain range. Teotihuacan is located in ancient Lake Texcoco's northeast. Much of that region had wetlands where Ojibway People grew wild rice. Italians drained Lake Texcoco and this draining process may yet be going on.



Comanche-Shoshone or Shoshonean - (ojib)
Bannock (they live in Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah and Wyoming) - (ojib)
Cahuilla (they live in southern California) - (ojib)
Chemehuevi (they live in Arizona, California and Nevada) - (ojib)
Comanche (they live in Oklahoma yet were originally from Montana and Wyoming) - (ojib)
Cupeno (they live in southern California) - (ojib)
Gabrielino (they live in southern California) - (ojib)
Hopi (they live in northeastern Arizona) - (ojib)
Juaneno (they live in southern California) - (ojib)
Luiseno (they live in southern California) - (ojib)
Mono (they live in east central California) - (ojib)
Paiute (they live in California, Nevada and Oregon) - (ojib)
Serrano (they live in southern California) - (ojib)
Shoshone (they live in California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada and Wyoming) - (ojib)
Tataviam (they live in southern California) - (ojib)
Tabatulabal (they live in southern California) - (ojib)
Tongva (they live in southern California) - (ojib)
Ute (they live in Arizona, Colorado, Nevada and Utah) - (ojib)

Keres-Zuni or Pueblo (Cubas was not certain) - (ojib)
Jemez (they Live in New Mexico) - (ojib)
Keres (they live in New Mexico) - (ojib)
Taos (they live in New Mexico) - (ojib)
Tesuque (they live in New Mexico) - (ojib)
Zuni (they live in New Mexico) - (ojib)

Mutsun or Ohlone - (ojib)
Awaswas (they live in California south of San Francisco Bay) - (ojib)
Chalon (they live in California south of San Francisco Bay) - (ojib)
Chochenyo (they live in California south of San Francisco Bay) - (ojib)
Mutsun (they live in California south of San Francisco Bay) - (ojib)
Ramaytush (they live in California south of San Francisco Bay) - (ojib)
Rumsien (they live in California south of San Francisco Bay) - (ojib)
Tamien (they live in California south of San Francisco Bay) - (ojib)

Opata-Pima - (ojib)
Cahita or Sinaloa (they live in northern Mexico) - (ojib)
Guarave (they live in northern Mexico) - (ojib)
Guarijio (they live in northern Mexico) - (ojib)
Mayo (they live in northern Mexico) - (ojib)
Opata (they live in northern Mexico) - (ojib)
Pima Bajo (they live in northern Mexico) - (ojib)
Tarahumara (they live in northern Mexico) - (ojib)
Tohono O'odham or Papago (they live in Mexico and Arizona) - (ojib)
Tubar (they live in northern Mexico) - (ojib)
Yaqui (they live in northern Mexico and Arizona) - (ojib)

Seri - (ojib)
Guaima (they live in Sonora, Mexico) - (ojib)
Seri (they live in Sonora, Mexico) - (ojib)
Upanguaima (they live in Sonora, Mexico) - (ojib)

Tarasca - (cp)
Chorotega (they live in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua) - (cp)
Tarasca (they live in Michoacan, Mexico) - (cp)

Yuman - (ojib)
Campo (they live in California and Baja California, Mexico) - (ojib)
Cochimi (they live in Baja California, Mexico) - (ojib)
Cocopa (they live in Arizona, California and Mexico - Cubas was not certain) - (ojib)
Havasupai (they live in Arizona and California) - (ojib)
Hualapai (they live in Arizona) - (ojib)
Kiliwa (they live in Baja California, Mexico) - (ojib)
Kumeyaay or Diegueno (they live in California and Baja California, Mexico) - (ojib)
Mojave (they live in Arizona, California and Nevada) - (ojib)
Yavapai including possibly Apache and Navajo (they live in Arizona) - (ojib)
Yuma or Cuchan (they live in Arizona and California) - (ojib)

Aztec or Mexican - (cp)
Cora (they live in Nayarit, Mexico) - (cp)
Nahuatl or Aztec (they live in southern Mexico) - (cp)
Pipil (they live in El Salvador) - (cp)
Pochutec (they live in southern Mexico) - (cp)
Huichol (they live in southern Mexico) - (cp)
Tepehuan (they live in central Mexico) - (cp)
Zacateco (they live in central Mexico) - (cp)