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[[Файл:Mohave Indians.jpg|thumb|right|Two Mohave men dressed in loincloths, western Arizona. [[Timothy H. O'Sullivan]], 1871]]
'''Мохаве''', {{lang-en|Mohave/Mojave}}, самоназвание ''Aha macave'', букв. «(живущие) вдоль воды» — племя индейцев, проживающее в настоящее время в двух резервациях на реке [[Колорадо (река)|Колорадо]].
 
Today, many of the [[genocide|surviving]] descendants of these indigenous old families live on or near one of two [[Indian reservation|reservations]] located on the [[Colorado River]]. The [[Fort Mojave Indian Reservation]] includes parts of [[California]], [[Arizona]], and [[Nevada]]. The [[Colorado River Indian Reservation]] includes parts of California and Arizona and is shared by members of the [[Chemehuevi]], [[Hopi]], and [[Navajo Nation|Navajo]] nations.
* Devereux, George. 1950. «Heterosexual Behavior of the Mohave Indians». ''Psychoanalysis and the Social Sciences'' 2(1):85-128.
* Devereux, George. 1948. «Mohave Pregnancy». ''Acta Americana'' 6:89-116.
* Fathauer, George, H.. 1951. [https://kb.osu.edu/dspace/bitstream/1811/3865/1/V51N05_273.pdf «Religion in Mohave Social Structure»], The Ohio Journal of Science, 51(5), September 1951, pp. 273—276.
* Forde, C. Daryll. 1931. «Ethnography of the Yuma Indians». ''University of California Publications in American Archeology and Ethnology'' 28:83-278.
* Garcés, Francisco. 1900. ''On the Trail of a Spanish Pioneer: The Diary and Itinerary of Francisco Garcés''. Edited by Elliott Coues. 2 vols. Harper, New York. [http://anza.uoregon.edu/siteindex.html (on-line)]