Yavapai-Apache Nation, Arizona (Tribe)

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Tribal Headquarters

Yavapai-Apache Nation
2400 W. Datsi Street
Camp Verde, AZ 86322
Phone: 1.928.567.3649
Fax: 1.928.567.1048

History

A Short History of the Yavapai-Apache Nation. (Camp Verde, Ariz.?): Yavapai-Apache Nation, 2007. WorldCat 697329712

The Camp Verde Yavapai-Apache Indian Reservation is in central Arizona's Verde Valley. The reservation is populated by the Yavapai and Tonto Apache Indian Tribes, inhabitants of this area for centuries. President U. S. Grant established the reservation in 1871, but abandoned it in 1875 and its people were moved against their will to the San Carlos Apache Reservation. A migration back to their traditional homeland began immediately after 1900. A reservation area was re-established in 1909 and additional lands acquired over the years. Today, the 636-acre reservation is comprised of five separate parcels with headquarters at Middle Verde.

Brief Timeline

  • 1583: first contact with Spanish, Antonio de Espejo and Juan de Onate
  • 1872: Yavapai and Apache are defeated by General Cook
  • 1875: Yavapai settle on the San Carlos Apache Reservation
  • 1903: Fort McDowell Reservation established
  • 1914: Camp Verde Reservation established
  • 1916 Middle Verde Reservation established
  • 1956: Prescott Yavapai Reservation established
  • 1969: Clarkdale Reservation established

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

Reservations

See Tribal Headquarters for Apache Indians

Records

Important Web Sites

References


Bibliography

  • Yavapai-Apache Nation. Constitution / Yavapai-Apache Nation. [Valentine, Ariz.?]: The Nation, 1992. WorldCat 32206661
  • Yavapai-Apache Indian Community of the Camp Verde Reservation, Arizona. Constitution and by-Laws of the Yavapai-Apache Indian Community, Arizona Approved February 12, 1937. Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1937. WorldCat 71176120
  • United States. Camp Verde, Lower Verde, Middle Verde Indian Reservation: Yavapai County, Arizona. [Phoenix, Ariz.]: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1988.
  • United States. Yavapai Indian Reservation: Yavapai County, Arizona. [Phoenix, Ariz.]: Bureau of Indian Affairs, 1988. 18958482/editions WorldCat 18958482
  • Yavapai-Apache Indian Community of the Camp Verde Reservation, Arizona. Corporate Charter of the Yavapai-Apache Indian Community of the Camp Verde Reservation, Arizona Approved March 11, 1948. Washington: U.S. G.P.O., 1950. WorldCat 71176208
  • Gahʹnahvah / ya tiʹ = To talk / to tell. : (Camp Verde, Ariz.) 1998-current WorldCat 48271139