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    • JY "EC" Otondo Oral History Interview

    • Otondo, JY "EC"
    • Glendale, AZ: Arizona Communities; Basque Community; Los Angeles, CA; Great Depression; Sheep Ranching;
    • “EC” Otondo was part of one of the first, if not the first sheep families to live in Arizona. He remembers herding his sheep down the trail from northern Arizona to Gilbert. Moving along the San Francisco Peaks into the valley. During this period,...
    • Hastobiga - Navaho Medicine-Man, Portfolio 1, Plate 35

    • Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952
    • Navajo Indians
    • “Most Navaho ceremonies are conducted, at least primarily, for the purpose of healing disease; and while designated medicine ceremonies, they are, in fact, ritualistic prayers. There are so many of these ceremonies that no student has yet...
    • Snake Dancer in Costume, Portfolio 12, Plate 430

    • Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952
    • Hopi Indians
    • “The first white men in the Province of Tusayan, as the Spaniards called the Hopi country, were Captain Pedro de Tovar, Fray Juan de Padilla, and a small company of horseman and foot-soldiers, who in 1540 were sent to explore the region by...
    • Jicarilla Matron, Portfolio 1, Plate 23

    • Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952
    • Jicarilla Indians
    • “The Jicarillas seem to have no system of clans or gentes. The tribe is divided into two bands – commonly called by their Spanish names, Olleros (Potters) and Llaneros (Plainsmen) – within which marriage is not prohibited. In the days of the...
    • Vash Gon - Jicarilla, Portfolio 1, Plate 20

    • Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952
    • Jicarilla Indians
    • “The Jicarillas, or, as they are commonly called, ‘Jicarilla Apaches,’ occupy a reservation of nearly four hundred and fifty square miles of mountainous country in northern New Mexico. Linguistically the Jicarillas are of the same stock as the...
    • Luzi - Papago, Portfolio 2, Plate 53

    • Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952
    • Tohono O’odham Indians
    • “The larger part of the Papago are semi-nomadic; that is, they wander from place to place as occasion necessitates. One week they may be harvesting their little crops of grain; the next they have taken the trail to the mines to work for a time, or...
    • Pakit - Maricopa, Portfolio 2, Plate 70

    • Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952
    • Maricopa Indians
    • “The Maricopa are a small tribe of Yuma stock living as neighbors of the Pima, chiefly in the valley of the Gila in southern Arizona, though a few make their home on the Salt River reservation east of Phoenix. Maricopa, Yuma, and Mohave tradition,...
    • Havachachi - Maricopa, Portfolio 2, Plate 64

    • Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952
    • Maricopa Indians
    • “The Maricopa, of course, possessed the same wealth of native vegetal and animal foods as the Pima, and employed the same methods of gathering and treating them. The fruit of the giant cactus, found in unlimited quantities, is still one of their...
    • Sunset in Navaho-Land, Portfolio 1, Plate 38

    • Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952
    • Navajo Indians
    • “The Navaho are a pastoral, semi-nomadic people whose activities centre in their flocks and small farms. Their reservation of more than fourteen thousand square miles is in the desert plateau region of Northern Arizona and New Mexico. Its mesas...
    • Carlos Rios - Papago Chief, Portfolio 2, Plate 50

    • Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952
    • Tohono O’odham Indians
    • “The Papago are a strong branch of the Piman family living in the narrow valleys of south-central Arizona as far north as Tucson, and the broad desert stretches of northern Sonora. They were among the first of the Indians of this section to come...
    • Kaviu - Pima, Portfolio 2, Plate 42

    • Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952
    • Pima Indians
    • “The Pima early came in touch with Spanish missionaries, and with a single exception, in the middle of the eighteenth century, have always been friendly to the whites. Physically they are of average height, strongly built, with winning...
    • Facade - San Xavier del Bac Mission, Portfolio 2, Plate 51

    • Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952
    • Missions, Spanish
    • “The recorded history of the village of Bac, situated ten miles south of Tucson, may be said to begin with 1692, in September of which year the celebrated German Jesuit missionary, Father Eusebio Kino, or Kuehne, visited the spot. He probably...
    • Point of Interest - Navaho, Portfolio 1, Plate 36

    • Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952
    • Navajo Indians
    • “While the Navaho leads a wandering life, the zone of his movements is surprisingly limited; indeed the average Navaho’s personal knowledge of his country is confined to a radius of not more than fifty miles. The family usually has three homes,...
    • The Yuma, Portfolio 2, Plate 62

    • Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952
    • Yuma Indians
    • “Yuma mythology points to the vicinity opposite Fort Mohave, on the California side of the Colorado river, as having been the place of origin of the various Yuman tribes now found along the river from the Grand Canon to the Gulf. The tribe bearing...
    • Coconino National Forest, Arizona. 1908. Map Sheet One

    • United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region.
    • Coconino National Forest (Ariz.)--Maps
    • 1 map on 2 sheets; 38 x 43 cm; scale 1:450,000 and 47 x 41 cm; scale 1:310,000. Map in 2 diagrams that shows national forest boundary, area formerly part of the San Francisco Mountains National Forest, Grand Canyon National Monument boundary, area...
    • Coconino National Forest, Arizona. 1908. Map Sheet Two

    • United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region.
    • Coconino National Forest (Ariz.)--Maps
    • 1 map on 2 sheets; 38 x 43 cm; scale 1:450,000 and 47 x 41 cm; scale 1:310,000. Map in 2 diagrams that shows national forest boundary, area formerly part of the San Francisco Mountains National Forest, Grand Canyon National Monument boundary, area...
    • Prescott National Forest,  Arizona. 1909 Map Sheet Two

    • United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region.
    • Prescott National Forest (Ariz.)--Maps
    • 1 map on 2 sheets: 49 x 39 cm and 53 x 31 cm; scale 1:250,000; relief shown by hatchures and spot heights. Maps show national forest boundary, additions, roads, railroads, and military forests. Accompanied by Presidential Proclamation dated...
    • Prescott National Forest,  Arizona. 1909 Map Sheet One

    • United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region.
    • Prescott National Forest (Ariz.)--Maps
    • 1 map on 2 sheets: 49 x 39 cm and 53 x 31 cm; scale 1:250,000; relief shown by hatchures and spot heights. Maps show national forest boundary, additions, roads, railroads, and military forests. Accompanied by Presidential Proclamation dated...
    • Garces National Forest,  Arizona. 1909 Map Sheet Two

    • United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region.
    • Garces National Forest (Ariz.)--Maps
    • 1 map on 2 sheets: 53 x 79 cm, scale 1:111,000; and 43 x 53 cm, scale 1:180,000; relief shown by contours. Maps show forest boundaries, additions, and eliminations. Also lands formerly part of Huachuca National Forest, Tumacacori National Forest,...
    • Garces National Forest, Arizona. 1909 Map Sheet One

    • United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region.
    • Garces National Forest (Ariz.)--Maps
    • 1 map on 2 sheets: 53 x 79 cm, scale 1:111,000; and 43 x 53 cm, scale 1:180,000; relief shown by contours. Maps show forest boundaries, additions, and eliminations. Also lands formerly part of Huachuca National Forest, Tumacacori National Forest,...
    • Sitgreaves National Forest,  Arizona. 1908

    • United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region.
    • Sitgreaves National Forest (Ariz.)--Maps
    • 1 map: 25 x 48 cm; scale 1:350,000. Map shows national forest boundary and lands formerly part of Black Mesa National Forest and Tonto National Forest. Accompanied by Presidential Proclamation dated July 1, 1908.
    • Tonto National Forest, Arizona. 1908

    • United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region.
    • Tonto National Forest (Ariz.)--Maps
    • 1 map: 40 x 40 cm; scale 1:350,000. Map shows national forest boundary and part of Tonto National Forest as of January 13, 1908 Presidential Proclamation and part of Black Mesa Natioanl Forest as of July 12, 1907 Presidential Proclamation....
    • Sitgreaves National Forest,  Arizona. 1909

    • United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region.
    • Sitgreaves National Forest (Ariz.)--Maps
    • 1 map: 40 x 45 cm; scale 1:400,000. Map shows national forest boundary and additions formerly part of White Mountain Apache Indian Reservation. Accompanied by Presidential Proclamation dated March 2, 1909.
    • Yavapai County Arizona, 1903

    • Ernest A. Haggott, M.E., Chas. M. Richards, Eng.
    • Yavapai County (Ariz.)--Maps
    • 1 map: 42 x 43 cm; scale 1:425,000; relief shown by 1000' contours. Map shows roads, railroads, mines and mining districts, mills, power houses, forest reserve, Baca private land grant. Copy reduced from original.
    • Tonto National Forest, Arizona. 1909

    • United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region.
    • Tonto National Forest (Ariz.)--Maps
    • 1 map: 43 x 40 cm; scale 1:350,000. Map shows national forest boundary and addition to forest as of 1909. Accompanied by Presidential Proclamation dated February 10, 1909.
    • Kaibab National Forest,  Arizona. 1908

    • United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region.
    • Kaibab National Forest (Ariz.)--Maps
    • 1 map: 43 x 43 cm. Map shows national forest boundary, Grand Canyon National Monument boundary, and land formerly the northern divide of the Grand Canyon National Forest. Accompanied by Presidential Proclamation dated July 2, 1908.
    • Dixie National Forest,  Arizona and Utah. 1909

    • United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region.
    • Dixie National Forest (Ariz.)--Maps; Dixie National Forest (Utah)--Maps
    • 1 map: 46 x 28 cm; scale 1:450,000. Map shows national forest boundary and additions. Accompanied by Presidential Proclamation dated February 10, 1909.
    • Apache National Forest. Arizona. 1908

    • United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region.
    • Apache National Forest (Ariz.)--Maps
    • 1 map: 46x31 cm; scale 1:340,000. Map is diagram forming part of Executive Order effective July 1, 1908 and has accompanying Presidential Proclamation of July 12, 1907. Map shows forest boundary that was formerly part of Black Mesa National Forest.
    • Crook National Forest,  Arizona. 1909

    • United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region.
    • Crook National Forest (Ariz.)--Maps
    • 1 map: 47 x 44 cm; scale 1:400,000. Map shows national forest boundary, all of Mount Graham National Forest, part of Tonto National Forest and additions. Accompanied by Presidential Proclamation dated July 1, 1908.
    • Santa Rita National Forest, Arizona. 1907

    • United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region.
    • Santa Rita National Forest (Ariz.)--Maps
    • 1 map: 48 x 42 cm; scale 1:210,000. Map shows national forest boundary and additions from public lands. Accompanied by Presidential Proclamation dated May 27, 1907.
    • Santa Catalina National Forest,  Arizona. 1907

    • United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region.
    • Santa Catalina National Forest (Ariz.)--Maps
    • 1 map: 48 x 42 cm; scale 1:220,000. Map shows national forest boundary, and additions from public lands. Accompanied by Presidential Proclamation dated July 19, 1907.
    • Baboquivari Forest Reserve, Arizona. 1906

    • United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region.
    • Baboquivari Forest Reserve (Ariz.)--Maps
    • 1 map: 49 x 29 cm; scale 1:125,000. Map shows forest reserve boundary with proposed boundary changes. Title struck out, renamed Garces Forest Reserve.
    • Tonto National Forest,  Arizona. 1907

    • United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region.
    • Tonto National Forest (Ariz.)--Maps
    • 1 map: 50 x 42 cm; scale 1:330,000. Map shows national forest boundaries, additions from public lands, and lands formerly in Pinal Mountains National Forest. Accompanied by Presidential Proclamation dated January 13, 1908.
    • Prescott National Forest,  Arizona. 1907

    • United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region.
    • Prescott National Forest (Ariz.)--Maps
    • 1 map: 51 x 47 cm; scale 1:300,000. Map shows national forest boundary and additions from public lands. Accompanied by Presidential Proclamation dated November 26, 1907.
    • Apache National Forest. Arizona.  1909

    • United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region.
    • Apache National Forest (Ariz.)--Maps
    • 1 map: 53x44 cm; scale 1:350,000. Map shows national forest boundary and area formerly part of White Mountain Apache Indian Reservation. Accompanied by Presidential Proclamation dated March 2, 1909.
    • Verde National Forest. Arizona. 1907

    • United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region.
    • Verde National Forest (Ariz.)--Maps
    • 1 map: 54 x 35 cm; scale 1:300,000. Map shows forest boundary. Accompanied by Presidential Proclamation dated December 30, 1907.
    • Dragoon National Forest, Arizona. 1907

    • United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region.
    • Dragoon National Forest (Ariz.)--Maps
    • 1 map: 56 x 41 cm; scale 1:160,000. Map shows national forest boundary. Accompanied by Presidential Proclamation dated May 25, 1907.
    • Verde National Forest. Arizona.  1907 Proclamation

    • United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region.
    • Verde National Forest (Ariz.)--Maps
    • 1 map: 68x58 cm; scale 1:250,000; Relief shown by hatchures and spot heights. Map shows national forest boundary and adjacent national forest boundary; roads, trails, railroads, telephone lines, supervisor headquarters, ranger station, permanent...
    • Tonto National Forest,  Arizona. 1908A

    • United States. Forest Service. Southwestern Region.
    • Tonto National Forest (Ariz.)--Maps
    • 1 map: blue-line print; 61 x 50 cm; scale 1:250,000; relief shown by hatchures and spot heights. Map shows telephone lines, ranches, and Reno and Heber Sheep Trail.
    • Arizona Historic Roads

    • Arizona Department of Transportation
    • Roads--Arizona--History
    • This title contains one or more publications.
    • Arizona watch / Arizona Site Stewards

    • Arizona. State Historic Preservation Office. Arizona Site Stewards.
    • Historic sites--Conservation and restoration; Historic sites--Arizona; Arizona--Antiquities--Collection and preservation;
    • This title contains one or more publications. Newsletter.

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