Downtown Tucson built on Indian cemetery, O'odham or Apache

Ancient bones evidence of an Indian cemetery
Arizona Daily Star
The 150- to 300-year-old skeletal remains of one, and possibly two, American Indians were unearthed this week in an area of Downtown Tucson where six others have been found in the last half century. The latest discovery is further evidence there was an Indian cemetery in the area, likely from the Pima or Apache tribe ... Read more:
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