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The Qahatika tribe lived in the vicinity of present-day Quijotoa, Arizona, south of the Gila River. According to Curtis, the Qahatika belonged to the Pima group of tribes and lived in five villages “in the heart of the desert.” Curtis created a total of nine (9) copper photogravure plates from his visits with the Qahatika and five (5) remain available to collectors today.