Chief of the Yuma Indians, he was given the name "Salvador Palma" by the Spanish. His native name was "Olleyquotequiebe." When Anza returned from Alta California, he took Chief Palma and three other Yuma leaders to Mexico City with him. There they were educated in the Catholic religion and baptized in the cathedral in Mexico City. On their return northward with Captain Anza, they received confirmation in the Cathedral in Durango, Mexico. (D.G.)