Difference between revisions of "San Carlos Apache Reservation, Arizona (Tribe)"

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Established: November 9, 1879  
 
Established: November 9, 1879  
  
Agency: [[San_Carlos_Apache_Indian_Agency_(Arizona)|San Carlos Apache Agency]]  
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Agency: [[San Carlos Apache Indian Agency (Arizona)|San Carlos Apache Agency]]  
  
Tribe: [[Apache_Indians|Apache]]
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Tribe: [[Apache Indians|Apache]]  
  
 
Population:  
 
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'''1540: '''Juan Vasquez de Coronado and Spanish settlers arrive  
 
'''1540: '''Juan Vasquez de Coronado and Spanish settlers arrive  
  
'''1848:''' Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo cedes northern Arizona and northern [[Indians_of_New_Mexico|New Mexico]] land to the United States. War with U.S. army begins  
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'''1848:''' Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo cedes northern Arizona and northern [[Indians of New Mexico|New Mexico]] land to the United States. War with U.S. army begins  
  
'''1871:''' [[White_Mountain_Apache_Tribe,_Arizona_(Reservation)|White Mountain Apache Reservation]] established  
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'''1871:''' [[White Mountain Apache Tribe, Arizona (Reservation)|White Mountain Apache Reservation]] established  
  
'''1897:''' White Mountain Apache Reservation is divided into [[Fort_Apache_Indian_Reservation_(Arizona)|Fort Apache Reservation]] and San Carlos Reservation  
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'''1897:''' White Mountain Apache Reservation is divided into [[Fort Apache Indian Reservation (Arizona)|Fort Apache Reservation]] and San Carlos Reservation  
  
 
==== Additional References to the History of the Tribe and/or Band  ====
 
==== Additional References to the History of the Tribe and/or Band  ====

Revision as of 14:54, 20 November 2012

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The San Carlos Reservation is located in Arizona

Established: November 9, 1879

Agency: San Carlos Apache Agency

Tribe: Apache

Population:

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Tribal Headquarters

San Carlos Apache Tribe
P.O. Box 0
San Carlos, AZ 85550
Phone: 1.928.475.2361
Fax: 1.928.475.2567

History

Brief Timeline

1534: First contact,Spaniards in route to Mexico City

1540: Juan Vasquez de Coronado and Spanish settlers arrive

1848: Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo cedes northern Arizona and northern New Mexico land to the United States. War with U.S. army begins

1871: White Mountain Apache Reservation established

1897: White Mountain Apache Reservation is divided into Fort Apache Reservation and San Carlos Reservation

Additional References to the History of the Tribe and/or Band

Reservations

White Mountain Apache Reservation

Fort Apache Reservation

San Carlos Reservation

Records

Important Web Sites

References


Bibliography