NOTES

NOTES
1
Report of the Secretary of War, 1859. 36th Cong., ist Sess., Senate Exec. Doc. No. 2 (Washington, D.C., 1860), II, 387-394, 401-422, 454-456.
2
Frederick W Hodge (ed.), Handbook of the American Indians North of Mexico (2 vols., Washington, D.C., 1917), I, 919,
(Hodge [ed.], Handbook, I, 921.)
Amacava (Zarte-Salmeron, ca. 1629),
3
Fort Mojave Tribal Records: "The Big Book" pp. 33-37.
4
Elliot Coues (ed.), On the Trail of a Spanish Pioneer: Garcés Diary, 1775-1776 (2 vols., New York, 1900), II, 443.
Lieutenant A. W Whipple, Thomas Ewbank, and William W Turner, "Report upon the Indian Tribes" in Reports of Explorations and Survey to Ascertain the Most Practicable and Economical Route for a Railway from the Mississippi River to the Pacific Ocean, 33rd Cong., 2nd Sess., House Exec. Doc. 91 (Washington, D. C, 1856), III, Pt. Ill, 17.
Whipple, Report.
"Report, Arizona Superintendency" dated October 2, 1866, in U. S. Department of the Interior, Annual Report, 1866-1867, p. 152;
"Report, Arizona Superintendency" dated Au- gust 1, 1868, in U. S. Department of the Interior, Annual Report, 1867-1868, p. 597;
"Report of Colorado River Agency, Arizona Territory" dated August 1, 1869, in U. S. Department of the Interior, Annual Report, 1868-1869, p. 655.
5
Whipple, Re- port, Pt. I, 114.
Lt. Joseph C. Ives, Report Upon the Colorado River of the West, 36th Cong., ist Sess., Senate Exec. Doc. (Washington, D. C, 1861), Pt. I, 71. Hereinafter cited as Ives, Report.
6
The Mojaves' river holdings, as described, are based on Coues (ed.), Garcés Diary, 1775-1776, I, 225-235; II, 409-427;
Captain L. Sitgreaves, Report of an Expe- dition Down the Zuni and Colorado Rivers, 33rd Cong., ist Sess., Senate Exec. Doc. (Washington, D. C, 1854), pp. 18-21;
Whipple, Report, Pt. I, 112-119;
Ives, Report, pp. 62-92.
9
L. J. Rose, owner of the chief wagon train, which was printed in the Missouri Republican, November 9, 1859.
Robert G. Cleland, The Cattle on a Thousand Hills (San Marino, Calif., 1951), pp. 246-273.
10
Brevet Major Lewis A. Armistead to Adjutant Gen- eral S. Cooper, dated May 1, 1859, in Report of the Secretary of War, 1859, pp. 405- 406.
John I. Mil- nan, Assistant Surgeon, U. S. Army, to the Surgeon General, dated July 1, 1859, in Report of the Secretary of War, 1859, pp. 416-417.
11
Hodge (ed.), Handbook, I, 921.
Fort Mojave Tribal Records: "Constitution and Bylaws of the Fort Mojave Indian Tribe of the Fort Mojave Indian Reservation, Arizona, Nevada, California!' Approved by the Secretary of the Interior, May 6, 1957.
12
"Ari- zona Superintendency" 1864-1873;
"Colorado River Agency" 1865- 1900, and reports of the "Fort Mojave School" 1890-1931;
United States Army Commands, National Archives, "Letters Sent, Fort Mojave, Arizona Territory, 1859-1861, 1863-1890."
13
Fort Mojave closed for almost two years -May 26, 1861 to April 23, 1863.
14
Records of the United States Army Commands, Record Group No. 98, "Letters Sent, Fort Mojave, Arizona Territory" Roll II, Vols. 11-15, April 30, 1878-July 19, 1890, p. 13,
"Report of Herbert Welsh Institute to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs," dated August , 1891, Report of the Secretary of the Interior, 1890-1891 (Washington D.C., 1892), II, 549
15
Report of the Secretary of the Interior, 1890-1891, II, vi.
16
Needles, 1905-1914,
19
Oach, Malika and I spent most of a windy day in April, 1959,
20
Fort Mojave Tribal Records: Constitution and Bylaws, p. 1.
23
Indian Census Roll, Fort Mojave Indian Reservation, November 1, 1956,
24
Hal Davidson, November, 1952;
Malika, April, 1957.
25
John G. bourke, "Notes on the Cosmogany and Theogany of the Mojave In- dians of the Rio Colorado, Arizona" Journal of American Folklore, II, (July-Sep- tember 1889), 180-181, 185-186.
Bourke, "Notes."
26
A. L. Kroeber, Preliminary Sketch of the Mohave Indians (New York, 1902), p. 278.
American Anthropologist, IV [April-June 1902].
27
Edward S. Curtis, The North American Indian (20 vols., Cambridge, Mass., 1908), II, 52 and Appendix, p. 113.
28
A. L. Kroeber, Handbook of the Indians of California (Berkeley, Calif., 1953), pp. 741-744.
29
Ibid., p. 741.
1
Whipple, Report, Pt. I, 42-43, 95;
Curtis North American Indian, II, 52;
Bourke, "Notes;7 p. 182.
3
Kroeber, Handbook, p. 741;
Curtis, North American Indian, II, 113.
4
Kroeber, Handbook, p. 741.
5
Ibid.
6
Bourke, "Notes" p. 182;
Kroeber, Handbook, p. 741;
7
Kroeber, Handbook, p. 741;
Bourke, "Notes," p. 181.
Whipple's table in his Re- port, Pt. III, 17,
9
Bourke, "Notes," p. 181;
Kroeber, Handbook, p. 741;
10
Kroeber, Handbook, p. 741.
11
Ibid.
13
(Handbook, p. 749)
14
Fort Mojave Tribal Records: File I, "Petition of the Fort Mohave Indian Tribe to Hon. Charles H. Burke, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, relative to land and water rights, October 6, 1923,"
1
Fort Mojave Tribal Records: "The Big Book" pp. 33-37.
2
Bourke, "Notes," pp. 179-185.
3
Curtis, North American Indian, II, 53, 113.
4
Kroeber, Handbook, pp. 742-743.
7
Fort Mojave Tribal Records, File I, "Petition of the Fort Mohave Indian Tribe to Hon. Charles H. Burke, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, October 6, 1923,".
1
Report of the Secretary of War, 1859, p. 409.
Records of United States Com- mands, "Letters sent, Fort Mojave," September, 1890, National Archives.
3
Report of the Secretary of the Interior, 1890-1891, II, vi;
4
Mrs. Marian Lambert Vincent who was Boys' Matron at the Fort Mojave School, 1896-1898,
Mr. Claude F. Compton who was postmaster and post trader at "Mojave City" a stone's throw from the Fort Mojave School, 1898- 1904.
Mojave consultants who attended the Fort Mojave School, Oach, 1896-1906;
Hal Oneyuravarva Davidson, graduate of 1905;
Malika, 1916-1922.
Mrs. Helen Miller serve as excellent visual documentaries from 1898 through 1930.
Minnie Braithwaite (Jenkins), who taught at the Fort Mojave School in 1902-1906.
Minnie Braithwaite Jenkins was preparing her book Girl from Williamsburg (Richmond, Va., 1951).
6
"Instructions to Agents in Regards to Family Names," dated March 18,1890,
T. J. Morgan, Commissioner, in Report of the Secretary of the Interior, 1890-1891, p. clx.
7
"Employees in the Indian Service, Fort Mojave Boarding School, Ariz." in Re- port of the Secretary of the Interior, 1886-1887, p. 545; 1888-1889, p. 629; 1899-1900, p. 712; 1901-1902, p. 678; 1902-1903, p. 561,· 1903-1904, p. 664.
Commencement programs of Fort Mojave School for June 14, 16, 1903; June 16, 17, 1904; June 18, 19, 1905; June 17-19, 1906,
8
"Report of the Board of Indian Commissioners" in Report of the Secretary of the Interior, 1899-1900, II, Pt. 2, pp. 648-650;
"Thirty-second Annual Report of the Board of Indian Commissioners" in Report of the Secretary of the Interior, 1900- 1901, pp. 638-641.
9
"Report of the School Superintendent in Charge of Mohave at Fort Mohave" dated August 21, 1903, in Report of the Secretary of the Interior, 1902-1903, p. 120;
"Report of the School Superintendent in Charge of Mohave at Fort Mohave" dated August 8, 1904, in Report of the Secretary of the Interior, 1903-1904, pp. 136-137;
"Report of the Superintendent in Charge of Mohave at Fort Mohave" dated August 9, 1905·, in Report of the Secretary of the Interior, 1904-1905, pp. 162-163;
"Report of the Superintendent of Fort Mohave School" dated August 25, 1906, in Report of the Secretary of the Interior, 1905-1906, p. 177.
10
Minnie Braithwaite to her mother, dated May 16, 1905;
"Report of the Superintendent in Charge of Mohave" dated August 9, 1905, in Report of the Secretary of the Interior, 1904-1905, p. 163.
12
"Report of the Superintendent in Charge of Mojave" dated August 9, 1905, in Report of the Secretary of the Interior, 1904-1905, pp. 162-163.
13
"Tribal Petition to Charles H. Burke, Commissioner of Indian Affairs" dated October 7, 1923. Fort Mojave Tribal Records, File I.
1
Indian Census Roll, Fort Mojave Indian Reservation, November 1, 1956, Colo- rado River Agency, Parker, Arizona; revised 1959.
7
Merriman (Bourke, "Notes" p. 186).
8
Jane Miller has an excel- lent account, "Edna's Story" told by Edna Neolgein, 1913.
9
Needles Desert Star, Lee Perry, stated in his editorial, December 17, 1964:
Fort Mojaves celebrated New Year's day, 1965,
10
Handbook, p. 741.
11
Bourke, "Notes," pp. 180-182, 185-186.
19
Jim Twist of the Teelya (d. 1944).
The Shulia sang the Tomampa Vanyume, but the last singer, Douglas McAllister, de- parted on April 23, 1959.
Jane Miller, translated by Oach Wethawetha al- most sixty years ago.
22
Bourke, "Notes," p. 174.
23
Lt. A. W Whip- pie in 1854.
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