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  • ALEXANDER, GENL. A. J.—Originator of Indian Schools
  • -- 238
    • APACHE-MOHAVES—At war with the whites
  • -- 2
      • history, etc.
  • -- 231 232
    • APACHES—History, legends, folklore, etc.,
  • -- 3 et seq.
    • APACHE-YUMAS—At war with whites
  • -- 2
      • history, etc.
  • -- 233
    • ARAVAIPA APACHES—At war with the whites
  • -- 2
      • history of
  • -- 5 6
    • BANCROFT, H. H.—Story of origin of Moquis
  • -- 142 143
    • BANDELIER, A. F.—Religion, mythology, etc., of Moquis
  • -- 162 et seq.
    • BEADLE, J. H.—Fails to find trace of religion of Moquis
  • -- 159
    • BENAVIDES, FRAY ALONSO—Gives earliest translation of tribal name of Navahos
  • -- 36
    • BOURKE, CAPT. JOHN G.—Description of Apache dances
  • -- 29 et seq.
      • description of Snake dance of Moquis
  • -- 204 et seq.
    • BRADFORD, DR. EDWARD HICKLEY—Theory of evolution of man
  • -- 319 320
    • BUENAVENTURA, FRANCISCO DE SAN—Early missionary to Hopis
  • -- 140
    • BURNS, MIKE—Story of Apache medicine-men
  • -- 26 et seq.
      • myths of Wallapais
  • -- 134 et seq.
    • CARILLO, BALTAZAR—Early priest in charge of San Xavier del Bac
  • -- 299
    • CARSON, COL. “KIT”—Mention of
  • -- 38
    • CASA GRANDE—Pima legend regarding
  • -- 239 et seq.
    • CHAMUSCADO, FRANCISCO SANCHEZ, mention of
  • -- 139
    • CHEMEHUEVIS—Description of
  • -- 314 315
    • CHINESE—See Tartar-Chinese.
  • --
    • CHIRICAHUA APACHES—At war with the whites
  • -- 2
      • history customs, etc.
  • -- 6 et seq.
    • CLAROS, FRAY JUAN DE—Early missionary to Hopis
  • -- 140
    • COLYER, REV. VINCENT—Mention of
  • -- 147
    • CONCEPTION, CRISTOBAL DE LA—Early missionary to Hopis
  • -- 140
    • COOK, REV. CHARLES H.—Opens first Indian school in Arizona
  • -- 238
    • COSNINOS—See Havasupai.
  • --
    • COYOTERO APACHES—At war with the whites
  • -- 2
      • description of
  • -- 13 14
    • CROOK, GENL. GEORGE—Mention of
  • -- 1
    • CURTIS, WILLIAM E.—Navaho theory of origin of man
  • -- 65
      • legend of Moquis
  • -- 143 et seq.
    • CUSHING, F. H.—Description of habits, history and legends of Havasupai
  • -- 95 et seq.
    • DONALDSON, THOMAS—Legends, etc., of Moquis
  • -- 149 et seq.
    • DONIPHAN, COL. ALEX. W.—Mention of
  • -- 38
    • FEWKES, J. WALTER—Sacred fires of Moquis, etc.
  • -- 165 et seq.
      • Pima legends regarding Casa Grande
  • -- 239 et seq.
    • FUTURE STATE—Belief of Indiana in
  • -- 316 et seq.
    • GARCES, FRAY FRANCISCO—Makes first reference to Chemehuevi
  • -- 314
    • GERONIMO—Statement in reference to belief of Apaches in creation, etc.
  • -- 19 et seq.
    • GILA APACHES—Description of
  • -- 16
    • GROSSMAN, CAPT. F. D.—Pima legends regarding Casa Grande
  • -- 242
    • GUEVAVI—Mission of, first established in Arizona
  • -- 298
    • GUTIERRES, NARCISO—Early priest in charge of San Xavier del Bac
  • -- 299
    • GUTIERREZ, ANDRES—Early missionary to Hopis
  • -- 140
    • HASKELF, THALES—Member of Mormon expedition to Moquis
  • -- 145
    • HATCH, IRA—Member of Mormon expedition to Moquis
  • -- 145
    • HAVASUPAIS—At peace with whites
  • -- 2
      • history, legends, folklore, etc.
  • -- 93 et seq.
    • HOPIS—At peace with whites
  • -- 2
      • origin of
  • -- 123
      • history, legends, folklore, etc.
  • -- 138 et seq.
      • snake dance
  • -- 169 et seq.
    • HORTON, W. B.—Mention of
  • -- 12
    • JAMES, GEORGE WHARTON—Legends of Havasupais
  • -- 116 et seq.
      • legends of Wallapais
  • -- 125 et seq.
    • JEFFORDS, CAPT. T. J.—Mention of
  • -- 25
    • KEAM, T. V.—Mention of
  • -- 167
    • LANGUAGE—Apache language same as Tartar-Chinese
  • -- 12 13
    • LIBEROS, RAMON—Early priest in charge of San Xavier del Bac
  • -- 299
    • LIPPS, OSCAR H.—Religion, etc., of Navahos
  • -- 44
    • LOEW, DR. OSCAR—Fails to find any religion among Moquis
  • -- 161
    • McCOOK, GENL. A. McD.—Mention of
  • -- 194
    • MARICOPAS—Friendly to whites
  • -- 2
      • history, etc.
  • -- 225 et seq.
    • MARKEVILLE; W. B.—Member of Mormon expedition to Moquis
  • -- 145
    • MATTHEWS, DR. WASHINGTON—Mention of
  • -- 70
      • description of Navaho “Fire Play,”
  • -- 89 et seq.
    • MILITARY—Work of early commanders
  • -- 1
    • MIMBRENO APACHES—Description of
  • -- 17 18
    • MISSIONS AND MISSIONARIES—Establishment of among Papagos and Sobaipuris
  • -- 298 et seq.
    • MOFFET, C. R.—Describes social dance of Moquis
  • -- 151 152
    • MOGOLLON APACHES—Description of
  • -- 16
    • MOGOLLON, JUAN IGNACIO FLORES—Early governor of New Mexico after whom mountains in Arizona are named
  • -- 16 17
    • MOHAVE-APACHES—See Apache-Mohaves.
  • --
    • MOHAVES—At war with whites
  • -- 2
      • history, etc.
  • -- 228 et seq.
    • MONTEZUMA—Legend of
  • -- 308 et seq.
    • MOQUI—See Hopi.
  • --
    • MORAN, PETER—Account of Snake dance of the Moquis
  • -- 179 et seq.
    • MORMONS—Send expedition to Moquis
  • -- 145
    • NAVAHO—At peace with whites
  • -- 2
      • history, legends, folklore, etc.
  • -- 36 et seq.
    • NIZA, FRAY MARCOS DE—Mention of
  • -- 138
    • ONATE, JUAN DE—Mention of
  • -- 139
    • PAIUTES—History of
  • -- 313
    • PALMER, DR. EDWARD—Writes of visit to Moquis
  • -- 147
    • PAPAGOS—Friendly to whites
  • -- 2
      • history, myths, etc.
  • -- 297 et seq.
      • legend of Montezuma
  • -- 308 et seq.
    • PIMAS—Friendly to whites
  • -- 2
      • history, legends, folklore, etc.
  • -- 234 et seq.
    • PINAL APACHES—At war with the whites
  • -- 2
    • PINAL-COYOTERO APACHES—Description of
  • -- 14 15
    • PINALENO APACHES—Description of
  • -- 15
    • PORRAS, FRANCISCO DE—Early missionary to Hopis
  • -- 140
    • POWELL, MAJOR J. W.—Writes of religion of Moquis
  • -- 161 162
    • RUSSELL, FRANK—Description of Pimas
  • -- 234 et seq.
    • SAN CARLOS APACHES—Mention of
  • -- 16
    • SAN XAVIER DEL BAC—Founding of mission of
  • -- 298
    • SCHOOLS, INDIAN—Start of
  • -- 238
    • SCHULTZ, J. W.—Story of Snake dance of the Moquis
  • -- 170 et seq.
    • SCOTT, SPECIAL AGENT—Sacred fires of Moquis
  • -- 163 et seq.
      • report on Snake dance of Moquis
  • -- 190 et seq.
    • SOBAIPURIS—Ask priests to come to them
  • -- 298
      • history of
  • -- 306
    • STEVENS, A. M.—Description of religion of Hopis
  • -- 158 159
    • TARTAR-CHINESE—Language same as Apache
  • -- 12 13
    • TONTO APACHES—At war with the whites
  • -- 2
      • description of
  • -- 15 16
    • TSILTADEN APACHES—Description of
  • -- 18
    • TUBAC—Founding of mission of
  • -- 298
    • TUCSON—Founding of mission of
  • -- 298
    • TUMACACURI—Founding of mission of
  • -- 298
    • USEN—Apache name for God
  • -- 24
    • WALKER, J. D.—Mention of
  • -- 243
    • WALLAPAIS—At war with whites
  • -- 2
      • history, legends, folklore, etc.
  • -- 125 et seq.
    • WASHINGTON, COL. JOHN M.—Mention of
  • -- 38
    • WHITE MOUNTAIN APACHES—See Coyotero Apaches; description of
  • -- 18
    • WOOLSEY, KING—Mention of
  • -- 227
    • WRIGHT, COL. W. W.—Tradition of Papagos
  • -- 311
    • YAVAPAIS—See Apache-Mohaves.
  • --
    • YUMAS—After conquest by General Heintzelman, friendly to whites
  • -- 2
      • history, etc.
  • -- 232 233
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