University of Arizona

Indigenous Peoples of the Americas

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  1. Tenodor Ten Eyck Papers

    Tenodor Ten Eyck,1819-1911, was an infantry major who served in the Civil War and on the frontier. Consists mostly of diaries and biographical material relating to Tenodor Ten Eyck, from 1860-1890. The nine diaries cover different stages in his adult life ...

    castanoe - 2013-04-17 13:00

  2. Manuscripts for Publication

    Typescript drafts and galley proofs of five works mainly concerned with the late nineteenth century history of the American West. Some contain Bailey's holograph edits; one, Grandpa was a Polygamist, is signed. Two are novels about the Great Basin In ...

    castanoe - 2013-04-18 13:00

  3. Who Were the Big Bend Basket-Makers?

    Typescript about the archaeology of early native peoples in the southwest region of Texas and across the border into Coahuila, Mexico. Martin describes a culture, also referred to as Toboso, that he has named the Big Bend Basket-Makers, because of similar ...

    castanoe - 2013-04-18 13:54

  4. Taylor F. Ealy Family Papers

    Taylor F. Ealy was a Missionary, doctor, and teacher.The collection contains letters, diaries, and writings of Taylor F. Ealy and members of his family. Ealy operated the U.S. Freedmen's School for black children at Fort Arbuckle, Oklahoma, from 1874 ...

    castanoe - 2013-04-18 15:59

  5. Cartas y Informes

    Photocopies of typed transcriptions of 13 letters and reports written by missionaries in Pimería Alta, Sonora, and Chihuahua, from 1768 to 1816. Some letters are addressed to their superiors at Querétaro; others are to include Captain Juan Bautiste de Anz ...

    castanoe - 2013-04-22 13:29

  6. The Rainbow Bridge

    A 19-page typescript that relates the Navajo prayer for rain and the legend about Rainbow Bridge, as told to Hoffman Birney by Ast'hon Sosi (the Slim Woman) at Kayenta. Includes original photographs of Rainbow Bridge, Navajo sandpaintings, the Anasaz ...

    castanoe - 2013-04-23 11:28

  7. Papers of Paul Howard Ezell

      Paul Howard Ezell obtained  his PhD. in archaeology from the Univerisity of Arizona in 1956. His dissertation was The Hispanic Acculturation of the Gila River Pimas. Ezell was accepted into the Immigration Border Patrol at El Paso, Texas. In 1943, he en ...

    castanoe - 2013-04-23 12:21

  8. Photographs of Carl Moon

      Born in Wilmington, Ohio, Carl E. Moon learned his craft as an apprentice to a photography studio. He moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico, opened his own studio, and made pictorial studies of Indians in the region. Between 1907 to 1914, he worked for Fred ...

    castanoe - 2013-04-23 12:32

  9. Journal of Frank West

    One volume journal containing handwritten entries from 1884- 1885, recording marches during the Apache campaign. The routes are from Fort Huachuca, Arizona, to Fort Craig, New Mexico; from Fort Craig to Fort Wingate, and from there to Deming. Hand-drawn m ...

    castanoe - 2013-04-23 12:37

  10. Papers of Chester J. Higman

      A graduate of the University of Washington, Chester Higman worked in a variety of businesses in the United States, and served as a volunteer for the American Friends Service Committee in Mexico prior to 1958. As the first Administrative Assistant employ ...

    castanoe - 2013-04-23 12:48

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