Author: Dennis Partridge

Arizona Indians

The following passages were transcribed from Resources Of Arizona Territory and provided here for their historical significance. While providing an historical view of the Indians in Arizona at the time, they also imply some...

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Apache Indians

These Indians are divided into small bands, and are governed by petty chiefs or captains. The main divisions of the Apaches are named the Coyoteros, Pinals, Tontos, Apaches, Mohaves, and what is known as Cochise’s tribe....

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Arizona Ancient Ruins

This Territory is covered with ruins, which prove conclusively it was once densely populated by a people far in advance, in point of civilization, to most of the Indian tribes. There is no written record of them, and it is only...

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1871 Federal Officers of Arizona Territory

Delegate in Congress, R. C. McCormick. Governor, A. P. K. Safford. Territorial Secretary, Coles Bashford. Superintendent of Indian Affairs, Herman Bendell. Chief Justice, John Titus. Associate Justices, Isham Reavis, C. A....

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