Indian people of Michoacán state in central Mexico. Traditionally, they have been farmers, though they fish, hunt, trade, and work for wages as well. Each village tends to specialize in a craft (e.g., woodworking, weaving, pottery, net weaving, embroidering, or sewing). Their Roman Catholicism is only slightly influenced by pre-Columbian religion. They are gradually becoming assimilated to the mestizo culture, though their primary language remains Tarascan.
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EX-GANG MEMBER IS READY TO RUMBLE REFORMED TARASCO HAS HIS SIGHTS SET ON PLAYING OUTFIELD FOR THE YANKEES.(SPORTS)
May 18, 1999; Byline: JACK CURRY, NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE TOLEDO, OHIO -- Tony Tarasco is speaking so quickly and expressively about...