A Yavapai Messiah

A Yavapai Messiah

December 16, 2011 admin 0

When cultures are under stress, particularly when that stress is coming from forced change outside of the control of the people in the culture, a […]

The Pueblos

September 12, 2011 admin 0

When the United States acquired what is now New Mexico and Arizona in 1846, a number of Pueblos were brought under American rule according to […]

The Cayuse Indian War

The Camp Grant Massacre

January 10, 2011 admin 0

( – promoted by navajo) During the 1870s most non-Indian residents of Arizona developed xenophobia, paranoia, fear, and an attitude of genocide with regard to […]

Jesuit Missionaries in Arizona

November 17, 2010 admin 1

( – promoted by navajo) photo credit: Aaron Huey The Spanish missionaries made a four-pronged approach into North America: Florida and the Southeast (beginning in […]

Freshman lawmaker Chris Deschene

American Indian Candidates

October 31, 2010 admin 0

( – promoted by navajo) Congress passed legislation in 1924 which gave all American Indians citizenship. While citizenship should imply the right to vote, the […]