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YUMA INDIANS - HISTORY

Yumas killed competitors

Author: 
R. G. Willson
Article Date: 
July 13, 1969
Article Abstract: 
The Glanton-Lincoln killings of 1850
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English
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Yuma Indian depredations and the Glanton war

Author: 
J. M. Guinn
Article Date: 
1903
Article Abstract: 
Reprints deposition of William Carr and Jeremiah Hill before First Alcalde Don Abel Stearns of Los Angeles in 1850
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English
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Yuma Indian depredations on the Colorado in 1850

Author: 
Historical Society of Southern California
Language: 
English
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Yuma Indain depredation on the Colorado in 1850

Author: 
Historical Society of Southern California
Language: 
English
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The early days of Yuma, pt.III

Author: 
P.Figueroa
Article Date: 
Spring 1945
Article Abstract: 
Yuma Indians attacked mission and took Ignacio Figueroa captive
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English
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The Colorado massacre of 1781: Maria Montielo's report

Author: 
Ed. by K. McCarty
Article Date: 
Autumn 1975
Language: 
English
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Retracing Fages' route from San Gabriel to Yuma, April 1782

Author: 
R.L.Ives
Article Date: 
Summer 1975
Article Abstract: 
From the Diary of Lt. Col. Pedro Fages
Language: 
English
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Nationalism, tribalism, and self-determination: Yuman-Mexican relations, 1821-1848

Author: 
J.D.Forbes
Article Date: 
Spring 1973
Language: 
English
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Destruction of the Catholic missions on the Rio Colorado in 1781

Author: 
J. Adam
Article Date: 
1893
Language: 
English
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Bloody day at Rio Colorado

Author: 
J.H.Kessell
Article Date: 
February 22, 1976
Article Abstract: 
Excerpt from Friars, Soldiers and Reformers by J.H.Kessell (Univ. of Arizona Pr., 1976). It concerns the 1781 massacre of 104 Spaniards by Yuma Indians
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English
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