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PIMA INDIANS

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Author: 
John Ross
Language: 
English
Notes: 
In Browne, John Ross. A tour through Arizona, 1864. p.105-113
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When a Pima girl left the reservation

Author: 
A. M. Shaw
Article Date: 
March 31, 1974
Article Abstract: 
An excerpt from : Shaw, Anna Moore. A Pima Past. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1974
Language: 
English
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What it boils down to, the tribe is assuming its responsibility.

Author: 
C. Hodge
Article Date: 
May 26, 1968
Article Abstract: 
Activities on the Salt River Reservation
Language: 
English
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We found the hidden shrine of Old Makai

Author: 
R. Van Valkenburgh
Article Date: 
September 1946
Language: 
English
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Walker helped advance the friendly Pima tribe

Author: 
R. G. Willson
Article Date: 
August 23, 1964
Language: 
English
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The S. O. S. of the Pimas; they must have water for their crops to avoid starvation and beggary

Author: 
S. M. Attwood
Article Date: 
April 1923
Language: 
English
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The rock battle on the reservation

Author: 
D.R. Bockius
Article Date: 
May 3, 1970
Article Abstract: 
A rock musical festival on the Salt River reservation
Language: 
English
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The 'River People' at home on the salt

Author: 
N. Leatham
Article Date: 
October 6, 1957
Language: 
English
Notes: 
Salt River Reservation.
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The Pimas helped

Author: 
R. G. Willson
Article Date: 
February 22, 1976
Language: 
English
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The Pima fair: Indians are taking it back

Author: 
E. Clark
Article Date: 
February 7, 1965
Language: 
English
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