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    • Tayalone Mesa

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    • Zuni Indians -- New Mexico; Indians of North America -- New Mexico; Mesas
    • "Tayalone Mesa near Zuni Pueblo. N. M."
    • Dam

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    • Zuni Indians -- New Mexico; Indians of North America -- New Mexico; Dams
    • "Dam on Zuni Reserv."
    • Piscada

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    • Zuni Indians -- New Mexico; Indians of North America -- New Mexico; Dams
    • "Piscada Zuni Village"
    • Indian pueblo. Zuni, Arizona

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    • Zuni architecture; Indians of North America—Dwellings
    • This card is postmarked Mexico, April 1908 and was sent to Mrs. J.E. Russell of Los Angeles, California. The image is identified as Arizona, but the Zuni Pueblo is located in what is now New Mexico. Message reads: "Your postal is fine. Write....
    • Zia Pueblo

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    • Zia Indians -- New Mexico; Indians of North America -- New Mexico;
    • "Zia Pueblo on Jemez River"
    • Zia, New Mexico

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    • Zia Indians -- New Mexico; Indians of North America -- New Mexico;
    • "Zia, N. M. on Jemez River"
    • Rosita

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    • Zia Indians -- New Mexico; Indians of North America -- New Mexico; Indian pottery
    • "Rosita - Noted potter Zia Pueblo"
    • Plastering House

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    • Zia Indians -- New Mexico; Indians of North America -- New Mexico; Dwellings
    • "Pueblo women plastering house at Zia Pueblo, N. M."
    • 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...
    • Yuma Indian Hut

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    • Yuma Indians; Indians of North America
    • "Yuma Indians - Indian Hut."
    • Imperial Valley Indian

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    • Yuma Indians; Indians of North America -- California
    • "Imperial Valley Indian Native fisherman Colorado River"
    • Arizona youth tobacco survey 2005 report

    • University of Arizona. Evaluation, Research, and Development Unit.
    • Youth--Tobacco use--Arizona;
    • 60 pages (PDF version). File size: 206.392 KB. "November 2006."--Cover.
    • "Yaqui Indians"

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    • Yaqui Indians
    • Presentation to Prescott Corral of Westerner's by Rev. Peter V. Somonoff, ""Yaqui Indians"", March 3, 1967 Length: 46:52
    • September 19

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    • Yaqui Indians--History
    • A new law on this date in 1978 recognized Yaquis as an official tribe. This undated picture shows the Yaqui Community Center in the Old Pascua neighborhood in Tucson.
    • June 18

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    • Yaqui Indians--Arizona--History
    • On this date in 1914, residents of Nogales, Arizona, were alarmed by a report that armed Yaquis were advancing for an attack on the Mexican garrison across the border. This photograph from 1915 is identified as the border between the United States...
    • May 8

    • Fallis, Earl
    • Yaqui Indians--Arizona--History
    • On this date in 1927, the U.S. Army held 38 Yaqui Indians who fled across the U.S. border after a bloody battle with Mexican troops. This photo is identified as Yaqui Indian soldiers surrendering to the 10th Cavalry for internment in 1929.
    • Learning Packet: Work

    • Sonoran Heritage and Tucson Public Library (Pima County Public Library)
    • Working class -- Arizona -- History; Technology -- Social aspects -- Arizona -- History; Occupations -- Arizona -- History.
    • The "Work" learning packet is designed to encourage the user to define work and employment in its past and present forms, as well as to promote discussion of the varying ways of life of the different cultures present in the Sonoran Desert region....
    • Viola Jimulla (1878-1966)

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    • Women -- History -- Arizona; Yavapai Indians -- History; Yavapai Indians -- Politics and Government -- Arizona
    • Viola Jimulla was the energetic Chief of the Yavapai Indians from 1940 to 1966, known for helping her people to much greater prosperity. Working alongside Prescott business leaders, she was successful in expanding the reservation by 1300 acres in...
    • Ida Redbird (1892-1971)

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    • Women -- History -- Arizona; Redbird, Ida; Maricopa Indians -- Pottery
    • Ida Redbird, master potter of the Maricopa Indians, is credited with being the leader of the movement to improve the quality of Maricopa ceramics, gaining national fame and appropriate prices for their wares. An articulate but modest artist, she...
    • Adele Slivers and Ruth Henderson

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    • Women -- History -- Arizona; Nursing -- Arizona; Indians of North American -- Arizona
    • Adele Slivers and Ruth Henderson are commemorated here as the first graduates from the Sage Memorial Hospital School of Nursing in Ganado, Arizona on November 29, 1933. At the time it served as the only accredited School of Nursing for Native...
    • Eunice Morago

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    • Women -- History -- Arizona; Indians of North America -- Arizona; Women and War
    • History has almost forgotten Eunice Morago, seen here as a weathered old woman still showing character and strength. Her tribe is not known, but an intriguing note on the reverse of the photograph indicates that she "led a war party." Native...
    • Francisca Stevens (1855 ca.-1882)

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    • Women -- History -- Arizona; Apache Indians -- History -- Arizona
    • Several sources indicate that Francisca was the daughter of Es-Kel-Thes-e-la, hereditary Chief of the Coyotero Band of Apache Indians. It is said that her husband, George Stevens, married her for the protection it gave him during his travels in...
    • Photograph of a Native American woman

    • Bate, Thomas Henry
    • Women--Arizona--Indians of North America;
    • Photograph of a Native American woman. Image is available for use in the Archives Reading Room only.
    • Photograph of a Native Amerian woman

    • Bate, Thomas Henry
    • Women--Arizona--Indians of North America;
    • Photograph of a Native Amerian woman. Image is available for use in the Archives Reading Room only.

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