Indigenous Peoples of the Americas
Southwest Parks and Monuments Association Records
This collection is comprised of the papers of the Southwest Parks and Monuments Association (SPMA) and the Hubbell Trading Post which is operated by SPMA. Items include business files and SPMA publications. The bulk of the materials include financial ...
castanoe - 2020-06-09 11:15
The Story of Patchy
The collection contains a typescript of an unpublished manuscript, with photographs, concerning the story of Apache May (Patchy), a young Apache girl found in May of 1896 in an abandoned Apache camp by John Slaughter, a Cochise County cattleman and former ...
castanoe - 2020-06-09 13:54
Tenodor Ten Eyck Papers
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; most have typed transcriptions. ...
castanoe - 2020-06-15 15:13
Reports of a Land Management Survey, Navajo Indian Reservation
The collection consists of 54 bound folders containing reports and statistics of a land management survey on the Navajo Indian Reservation, relating to the agronomy, soil and water conservation problems existing on the reservation during the 1930s. The ...
castanoe - 2020-08-25 12:20
Military Posts Research Materials
Correspondence, articles, typescripts, notes, maps, charts, slides, and other materials, written or collected by Schilling, relating to the history and development of various forts in Arizona and New Mexico. ...
castanoe - 2020-08-26 10:23
Father Bonaventure Oblasser, O.F.M. Collection
Emil Oblasser studied for the Franciscan priesthood (taking the name of Bonaventure) at Mission Santa Barbara from 1901 until 1908. His missionary work in Arizona resulted in the construction of over a dozen schools and churches on what would become known ...
trentp - 2020-10-12 10:26
Papers of L.S.M. Curtin
The papers of L.S.M Curtin document her professional and personal activities as an ethnobotanist in the southwest region. The collection contains material relating to the ethnobotanical fieldwork she pursued in Arizona, New Mexico, and Mexico as well as ...
castanoe - 2020-12-11 13:12
Blazer Family Papers
Dr. Joseph Hoy Blazer was a New Mexican pioneer, dentist, merchant, and sawmill owner on the Tularosa River, within what became the Mescalero Apache Indian Reservation. Blazers's daughter, Emma, married Dr. John Howard Thompson, who was a physician ...
castanoe - 2021-01-11 11:42
George H. Marshall Papers
George H. Marshall was a teacher at the Havasupai Indian School in Arizona in 1903. This collection contains his diaries for 1899, 1903, and 1906; articles by Marshall; list of pupils, 1903; photographs of scenery and Havasupai; and other materials ...
castanoe - 2021-06-07 10:18
George Lippitt Andrews Papers
This collection consists of a 90-page manuscript diary for year of 1870, written by Colonel George Lippitt Andrews while superintendent of Indian Affairs for Arizona Territory at Fort Yuma. ...
castanoe - 2021-07-16 09:59