February 13, 2013 admin 1

The Sonoran Desert stretches across Southern Arizona and Northern Sonora (Mexico). It is a hot, dry place. It is also the homeland for Indian people […]

Invading Mexico in the 1880s

Invading Mexico in the 1880s

June 15, 2012 admin 0

In the 1880s, the American wars against the Apache Indians ignored the border between the United States and Mexico, and the American military often ignored […]

Pueblo Weaving

February 26, 2012 admin 0

For more than a thousand years, American Indian agriculturalists have been living in villages in what is now Arizona and New Mexico. When the Spanish […]

The Hopi and the Spanish

January 17, 2012 admin 1

The Spanish entrada (entrance) into the American Southwest began during the sixteenth century with explorers who were driven by greed. The Spanish hunger for gold […]

The War Against the Yavapai

The War Against the Yavapai

December 31, 2011 admin 1

In 1865, some drunken American squatters murdered Pai headman Anasa. In retaliation, Pai raiders attacked several wagon trains, ran off livestock, and shut down the […]

The Hopi Reservation

December 25, 2011 admin 0

The Hopi had lived in their mesa-top villages in what is now northern Arizona for many centuries before the United States acquired the right to […]