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Mohave Indians

Gerald A. Smith

Mohave Indians

by Gerald A. Smith

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Published by San Bernardino County Museum Association in [Bloomington, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mohave Indians.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesMohaves.
    StatementGerald A. Smith.
    ContributionsSan Bernardino County Museum Association.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE99.M77 S63
    The Physical Object
    Pagination107 p. :
    Number of Pages107
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4761601M
    ISBN 100915158019
    LC Control Number78108493

    This riveting true-life story recounts the capture of a pair of Mormon sisters after Indians attacked their covered wagon and massacred their family in It relates their harsh life as slaves among the Apache and Mohave tribes and the miraculous search and rescue conducted by their surviving brother.   Today, the Fort Mojave Indian Reservation, based in Needles, covers ab acres in California, Arizona and Nevada. According to one of our favorite books, X Marks the Spot: Historical Names of Places in Arizona, by Byrd Howell Granger, there have been over the years more than 50 variations in the spelling of Mojave.

    Genre/Form: Academic theses: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Devereux, George, Sexual life of the Mohave Indians. (OCoLC) The first reservation set aside for the Indians, after the organization of the Territory, was, as we have seen, for the Mohaves, and the first fort built in northern Arizona was Fort Mohave in the heart of the Mohave nation. The Indian agents robbed them, and the tribe became completely demoralized.

    The Indians named her "Spantsa" a rather salacious Mohave word having to do with unquenchable lust. The name, among other things, makes Mifflin suspect that the young woman might have fallen in love if not in bed with one or more of the Indians she lived with for more than five years.   The girls lived as the Yavapais’ servants for approximately a year, until some members of the Mohave tribe, with whom the group traded, stopped by .


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Innine members of the Oatman family — on their way by covered wagon to California — were savagely attacked by Apache Indians near Fort Yuma, Arizona. Two girls in the family, Olive Ann, 14, and Mary Ann, 8, were taken captive by their attackers.

An older brother, Lorenzo, 15, was left for dead but managed, though gravely wounded, to make his way back to : Book: All Authors / Contributors: George Devereux.

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