Category Archives: Pima

Pima and Maricopa Indians of Arizona

In 1871, a document titled “Resources of Arizona Territory with a Description of the Indian Tribes; Ancient Ruins, Cochise, Apache Chief; Antonio, Pima Chief; Stage and Wagon Roads; Trade and Commerce, Etc.” was published by the authority of the Legislature. … Continue reading

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Antonio, Apache and/or Pima Chief

In the Carlisle School records in Pennsylvania, the Apache Chief, Antonio is listed as having visited the school.  School records don’t say when this happened. The Apache was one of the last tribes to be subdued.  They maintained Native ways … Continue reading

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