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The San Carlos Indian cattle industry.

Harry T. Getty

The San Carlos Indian cattle industry.

by Harry T. Getty

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Published by University of Arizona Press in Tucson .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Microfiche. Ann Arbor, Mich., University Microfilms, 19--. 1 microfiche. 11 x 15 cm. (Human relations area files, HRAF)

The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination8, 87 p.
Number of Pages87
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13595747M
OCLC/WorldCa16068501

  In addition to the communal meals offered at the mission, Indian families would eat in their own homes. They would often go hunting or fishing or gather their traditional foods. One Spanish ship’s captain who visited Monterey in the s observed Indians from the Mission San Carlos Borromeo hunting deer. According to him, the men kept. Getty, Harry T. The San Carlos Indian Cattle Industry. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, Gipson, Fred. Fabulous Empire: Colonel Zack Miller's Story. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, Goldman, Marion S. Gold Diggers and Silver Miners: Prostitution and Social Life on the Comstock Lode. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press,

COVID has forced the cancellation of events everywhere. But in Indian Country, not congregating comes with added cost—and risk. Indian Country Today: 4 Native candidates for Congress advance to November At least four Native candidates for Congress will advance to the general election after. By , the Bureau of Indian Affairs had leased nearly all of the San Carlos Reservation to non-Indian cattlemen, who demonstrated no concern about overgrazing. Most of the best San Carlos farmland was flooded when Coolidge Dam was completed in Recreational concessions around the lake benefit mostly non-Natives.

Harry Getty () San Carlos Apache Cattle Organization: Winter , Vol. 20, No. 4, pp. The Spanish won. Just one year earlier, in , Anza had founded the colony of San Francisco in California. – Gov. Juan B. Anza established San Carlos de los Jupes as a settlement for the Comanche who had been defeated at the Battle of Greenhorn in Spain provided workmen, tools, farming implements, live stock and seed.


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Historical sketch- Western Apaches --White cattle operators in the San Carlos area --Indian cattle operations on the San Carlos Reservation --Operating procedures --Problems of the Indian cattle industry --Reorganization of the San Carlos Indian cattle industry --Analysis --Conclusions --Bibliography --Maps of the San Carlos Indian Reservation.

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Full text of "San Carlos Indian cattle industry". When it came to cattle grazing, the land in San Carlos was considered the best of the best. The story of how this came to be dates back to the s. A family with the last name of Stevens established two of the earliest cattle ranches on the San Carlos Apache Reservation.

They were considered pioneers in developing the Apache cattle industry. Non-Indian neighbors all over the West had appropriated Indian land for use in the cattle industry. Whites were trying to gain access to reservations for the same purpose.

In this context, Indians naturally realized that cattle ranching offered them opportunities, too. At the neighboring San Carlos Reservation, agent James Kitch recognized.

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Subject(s) Apache Indians--Economic conditions. Cattle trade--Arizona. Indians of North America--Domestic animals. San Carlos.

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Author. C.B. Roubicek. Development of the San Carlos Apache cattle industry. Author. H.T. Getty. Article Date. February Journal Title. Kiva.Anthropological Papers of The University of Arizona (all and earlier): (#59) Of Marshes and Maize: Preceramic Agricultural Settlements in the Cienega Valley, Southeastern Arizona.

Bruce B. Huckell.$ (#58) Sourcing Prehistoric Ceramics at Chodistaas Pueblo, Arizona: The Circulation. A Mountain of Trash The San Carlos Apache struggle to deal with garbage Story and photos by Craig Johnson Cronkite News On a riverbank in Arizona’s San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation, residents take part in vibrant ceremonies practiced for generations, celebrating a woman’s coming of age or praying for a sick person’s recovery.