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Wage labor and the San Carlos Apache

Wage labor and the San Carlos Apache

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Published by University of Arizona Press in Tucson, Ariz .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Apache Indians,
  • Working class -- Arizona -- San Carlos Indian Reservation,
  • Wages -- Arizona -- San Carlos Indian Reservation -- History,
  • San Carlos Indian Reservation (Ariz.) -- History -- Economic aspects

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesApachean culture history and ethnology, chapter 10, The San Carlos Apache
    Statementpart 1, by Wiiliam Y. Adams ; part 2, by Gordon V. Krutz
    SeriesAnthropological papers of the University of Arizona -- no. 21, Anthropological papers of the University of Arizona -- no. 21
    ContributionsAdams, William Yewdale, 1927-, Krutz, Gordon Vern
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[39] p
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15132620M

    The Apache Gold casino, owned and operated by the San Carlos Apache Nation, offers gaming, dining and lodging. The San Carlos Apache Culture Center tells the stories and history of the Apache people. Hunting, fishing, boating, camping, birdwatching and nature study are all popular on the scenic 2,square-mile (7, km 2) reservation. National Archives Group National Labor Relations ed Taft-Hart-ley Case Files. Closed College Park,MD. National Archives,Pacific Group Phoenix Area Niguel,CA. National Archives, Rocky Mountain Regional Branch. Record Group Navajo Service. Denver, by:

    The San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation, in southeastern Arizona, United States, was established in as a reservation for the Chiricahua Apache tribe as well as surrounding Yavapai and Apache bands forcibly removed from their original homelands under a strategy devised by General George Crook of using an Apache to catch an Apache. Also known as "Hell's Forty Acres" under United States. In July a rebel Apache, Na-ti-o-tish, broke out of San Carlos and headed north with about 50 others. They attacked ranches and mining camps along the way. This author, when he was young, was told by an elderly lady ("Mollie" Griffin) that she and other children were placed in a mining shaft for protection at the time of this outbreak.

    Surviving Conquest is a history of the Yavapai Indians, who have lived for centuries in central Arizona. Although primarily concerned with survival in a desert environment, early Yavapais were also involved in a complex network of alliances, rivalries, and trade. community representatives); (3) the San Carlos Apache Community Development Projects (three examples of highly successful community development projects, as reported in activity reports prepared by a community worker from the Indian Health Service, including program problems, approaches, activities, and evaluations relative to: a.


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U.S. History II Chapters Vocab Terms. Terms in this set () Was an Apache Leader. He escaped from San Carlos and fled to Mexico with a small band of followers. During the s he led raids against settlers and the army in AZ.

Encouraged businesses to set a minimum wage and end child labor. PWA (Public Works Administration). Surviving Conquest is a history of the Yavapai Indians, who have lived for centuries in central Arizona. Although primarily concerned with survival in a desert environment, early Yavapais were also involved in a complex network of alliances, rivalries, and trade.

In the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries European missionaries and colonizers moved into the region, bringing diseases, livestock. Dutch scholar visited the San Carlos Apache and had 60 photographs made of these recently-defeated Arizona Indians (Hovens ).

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Surviving Conquest is a history of the Yavapai Indians, who have lived for centuries in central Arizona. Although primarily concerned with survival in a desert environment, early Yavapais were also involved in a complex network of alliances, rivalries, and by: 9.

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Pursuant to the California Code of Regulations Section (d), residential projectsMissing: San Carlos Apache. Address: City: State: Zip: Phone number: DLSE - Wage Claims Paseo de San Antonio, Suite San Jose: CA: () Carlos E. Castañeda, Our Catholic Heritage in Texas (7 vols., Austin: Von Boeckmann-Jones, –58; rpt., New York: Arno, ).

William E. Dunn, "The Apache Mission on the San Saba River: Its Founding and Failure," Southwestern Historical Quarterly 17 (April ). The Department of Labor is asking a federal judge to bar a company owned by the San Carlos Apache Tribe from bidding on government contracts for three years.

The department says Teltara Ndee Tribal Enterprises failed to pay prevailing wages or benefits to its employees, who work at military bases in six states and at a federal building in California. Black River AZ Interactive Map; Precautions Reservations It's important to know that the north side of the Black River is Fort Apache White Mountain indian reservation and the south side is San Carlos Apache.

Be sure to purchase a permit for the side you will be driving in through and camping on. Both tribes are very strict on the permits. Vol. 17 No. 3 Autumn (US Mil/Apache) Iverson, Peter. “Carlos Montezuma and the Fort McDowell Yavapai Community.” Vol.

22 No. 4 Winter (Yavapai/Apache/US Mil) Keenan, Jerry. “This is a Fine Hot Old Country: Yellowstone Kelly at the San Carlos Apache Reservation ” Vol. 45 No. 3 Autumn (Apache). The focus is divided between the traditional Western Apache culture of the Pre-Reservation period, and the Post-Reservation period.\/span>\"@ en\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:description\/a> \" Wage labor and the San Carlos Apache \/ William Yewdale Adams -- Environment and ecology in the Northern Tonto claim area ; Terrain and ecological.

United States, by a governing body which shall be known as the San Carlos Council. ARTICLE II—TERRITORY SECTION 1. The authority of the San Carlos Apache Tribe shall ex­ tend to all of the territory within the boundaries of the San Carlos Reservation and to all lands which may be acquired for the Tribe or which the Tribe may acquire for itself.

Apache Autos - Automobile Services. San Carlos Apache Weavers Non-Profit Organization. San Carlos Apache Weekend Market Vendors Welcome Every Saturday at South end of San Carlos Avenue. North Cady Contracting LLC - CEO David Truax East Aspen St.

McNary, Arizona ROC # Based in White Mountain K Residential & Commercial Carpentry. The San Carlos Apache have been protesting this gross injustice against their lands and waters for the past two years.

Currently, some small steps have been taken to stop Resolution Copper. The National Park Service placed Oak Flat on the National Register of Historic Places, which will make it harder, but not impossible, to start the mine. San Carlos Apache Tribe - Hourly Rate - Get a free salary comparison based on job title, skills, experience and education.

Accurate, reliable salary and compensation comparisons for United States/5(6). Compilation of Periodical Literature: American Indian Cluster Record GroPima Cotton, and the Role of Native Wage Labor on the Cooperative Testing and Demonstration Farm, Sacaton, Arizona, ".

"Cattle and Constitutions: James Kitch and the Indian New Deal on the San Carlos Apache Reservation". Journal of Arizona. Minimum wages and poverty: Throughout the west coast, there are a host of minimum wage “experiments” underway, experiments that have the potential to reset the low-wage labor market in quite fundamental ways.

With the support of the Laura and John Arnold Foundation and the James T. Irvine Foundation, David Grusky, Bruce Weber, Charles.Journal of the principal occurrences during the voyage of the frigate Santa Rosalia from El Callao de Lima to the Island of David, and thence to San Carlos de Chiloe, in the year Anonymous.The San Carlos Apache Tribe, located in southeastern Arizona, has developed a first-of-its-kind traditional food database system that seems to suggest the answer is yes.

The database allows tribal healthcare leaders to preserve traditional Apache recipes so that nutritionists can analyze the nutritional content of these foods to replicate the.