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Apache Indians

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:

A church as a stable. W.M. Emery, collector., 1936-1940

 File
Identifier: 5-4-1 9
Scope and Contents Story of how a freighter on the Santa Fe trail was able to recover horses that had been stolen by the Indians.
Dates: 1936-1940

An Indian massacre. Frances E. Totty, collector., 1936-1940

 File
Identifier: 5-5-60 25
Scope and Contents Tale of a raid on a farm by Apache Indians. (Jan. 20, 1938).
Dates: 1936-1940

Apache. Betty Reich, collector., 1936-1940

 File
Identifier: 5-4-22 17
Scope and Contents Descriptions of 1879 raid by Victorio.
Dates: 1936-1940

Camp Maddox. H.P. Collier, collector., 1936-1940

 File
Identifier: 5-4-1 5
Scope and Contents Description of a temporary military camp that was set up to protect settlers from the Apache Indians.
Dates: 1936-1940

Captain Cooney's fate. Frances E. Totty, collector., 1936-1940

 File
Identifier: 5-5-60 38
Scope and Contents Story of the Cooney brothers in New Mexico. James Cooney was killed by the Apaches and Michael died while searching for the Turner mine in the Gila mountains. (June 3, 1937).
Dates: 1936-1940

Cooney's tomb. H.P. Collier, collector., 1936-1940

 File
Identifier: 5-4-1 6
Scope and Contents Description of a stone sepulcher in which a mining boss, killed by Victorio's Apaches in 1880, is buried.
Dates: 1936-1940

Copy of Report of operations during the Apache campaign of 1885., 1936-1940

 File
Identifier: 5-5-58 13
Scope and Contents From copy belonging to Ireneo L. Chavez. (June 1, 1938).
Dates: 1936-1940

Data regarding Mescalero., 1936-1940

 File
Identifier: 5-4-16 17
Scope and Contents Apache festivals and ceremonials.
Dates: 1936-1940

Elizabeth Willis DeHuff Pictorial Collection

 Collection
Identifier: PICT-000-099
Abstract Photographs of Hispanic and Indian peoples, landscapes, and cultural life of New Mexico from the 1920s to approximately 1945.
Dates: 1899-1945

Geronimo and his pals. R.T.F. Simpson, collector., 1936-1940

 File
Identifier: 5-4-22 2
Scope and Contents An 1894 newspaper account concerning several of the Apache chiefs.
Dates: 1936-1940

Indian raid on the McKinn family. Frances E. Totty, collector., 1936-1940

 File
Identifier: 5-4-9 29
Scope and Contents Describes the Indian raid and capture of Jimmy McKinn.
Dates: 1936-1940

Indians of New Mexico- Apaches. Aileen Nusbaum, collector., 1936-1940

 File
Identifier: 5-4-9 4
Scope and Contents A brief history of the Apache Indians.
Dates: 1936-1940

J.C. Burge photographs

 Unprocessed
Identifier: RG-2022-009

Letter from C.L. Graves., 1936-1940

 File
Identifier: 5-4-16 16
Scope and Contents Superintendent of Jicarilla Indian Agency, Dulce, N.M. to Commissioner of Indian affairs, describing annual Jicarilla Apache festival at Stone Lake.
Dates: 1936-1940

New Mexico pioneer yarns strange but true. Clay Vaden, collector., 1936-1940

 File
Identifier: 5-5-54 1
Scope and Contents Story of a battle with Indians near Reserve, N.M.
Dates: 1936-1940

Pioneer stories. Betty Reich, collector., 1936-1940

 File
Identifier: 5-5-61 22
Scope and Contents Two tales of Indian attacks near Deming, N.M. (June 24, 1936).
Dates: 1936-1940

Sheridan on cowboys. Bright Lynn, collector., 1936-1940

 File
Identifier: 5-5-58 12
Scope and Contents Article gives reasons why General Sheridan thinks cowboys would not be good at fighting Apaches. (June 7, 1939).
Dates: 1936-1940

Tonantzin Land Institute Records

 Collection
Identifier: MSS-666-BC
Abstract This collection contains records of the Tonantzin Land Institute, an indigenous peoples advocacy organization founded in 1982. The records deal with a number of social and political issues relating to land, water, and community organizing, as well as administrative aspects of the Institute.
Dates: 1911-2000; Majority of material found within 1981-1997

Walter Lowry Finley Collection,

 Collection
Identifier: AC 083-P
Scope and Content Collection consists primarily of typescript copies of 34 letters Walter L. Finely wrote, while stationed in the territory of New Mexico to his mother in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1879-1881. Letters depict the routine life of a young officer stationed at various posts in New Mexico and the military actions taken against Victorio and his Apache supporters. Also included are: typed newspaper transcripts from the Daily New Mexican and ...
Dates: 1879-1883; 1876-1881