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Perry, Anna M. Ed. (1988). Travels in Mexico and California Comprising a Journal of a Tour from Brazos Santiago, Through Central Mexico, by Way of Monterey, Chihuahua the Country of the Apaches, and the River Gila, to the Mining Districts of California.

College Station, Texas: Texas A & M Press.

Pfefferkorn, Ignaz. (1949). Pfefferkorn’s description of the Province of Sonora.

Translated by Theodore E. Treutlein. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.

Pisani, Donald. (1992). To Reclaim a Divided West: Water, Law and Public Policy, 1848Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.

----- (1996). Water, Land, and Law in the West. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas.

----- (2002). Water and American Government. Berkley: University of California Press.

Platt, Rutherford H. (1996). Land Use and Society: Geography, Law, and Public Policy.

Washington, D.C.: Island Press.

Poston, Charles. (1865). Speech of Charles D. Poston, of Arizona, on Indian Affairs, House of Representatives, March 2, 1865. New York: Edmund Jones and Company.

----- (1963). Building a State in Apache Land. Tempe, Arizona: Aztec Press.

Prucha, Francis Paul. (1962). American Indian Policy in the Formative Years: The Indian Trade and Intercourse Acts, 1790-1834. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.

----- (1986). The Great Father: The United States Government and the American Indians.

Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.

Ravesloot, John. (1992). The Anglo American Acculturation of the Gila River Pima, Arizona: The Mortuary Evidence. Paper Presented at the 25th Annual Conference on Historical and Underwater Archaeology.

Rea, Amadeo M. (1997). At the Desert’s Green Edge: An Ethnobotany of the Gila River Pima. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

Reed, Bill. (1977). The Last Bugle Call: A History of Fort McDowell, Arizona Territory 1865-1890. Parsons, West Virginia: McClain Printing Company.

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Reisner, Marc. (1986). Cadillac Desert. New York: Penguin Books.

Robrock, David P. (1992). Missouri 49er: The Journal of William H. Hunter on the Southern Trail. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.

Rusling, James F. (1874). Across America: Or the Great West and the Pacific Coast.

New York: Sheldon & Company.

Russell, Frank. (1975). The Pima Indians. Tucson: University of Arizona Press. Reprint of the Twenty-sixth Annual Report of the Bureau of American Ethnology, 1904-1905.

Salt River Project. (1979). The Taming of the Salt. Phoenix, Arizona: Communications and Public Affairs Department of the Salt River Project.

Shaw, Anna Moore. (1974). A Pima Past. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

Smith, Karen L. (1981). “The Campaign for Water in Central Arizona, 1890-1903.” Arizona and the West, (23:2).

----- and Shelly C. Dudley. (winter/spring 1989). “The Marriage of Law and Public Policy in the Southwest: Salt River Project, Phoenix, Arizona.” Western Legal History, (2:2).

Southworth, C. H. (July 1931). “A Pima calendar stick.” Arizona Historical Review, (4:2).

Spicer, Edward H. (1962). Cycles of Conquest: The Impact of Spain, Mexico, and the United States on the Indians of the Southwest, 1533-1960. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

Spier, Leslie. (1978). Yuman Tribes of the Gila River. New York: Dover Publications.

Stegner, Wallace. (1992, 1953). Beyond the Hundredth Meridian. New York: Penguin Books.

Stratton, Royal B. (1983). Captivity of the Oatman Girls. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. Original publisher New York: Carlton and Porter, 1857.

Strickland, Rennard. Ed. (1982). Cohen’s Handbook of Federal Indian Law.

Charlottseville, Virginia: Michie Bobbs-Merrill.

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Turner, Frederick Jackson. (1920). The Frontier in America. New York: Henry Holt and Company.

Tyler, Daniel. (1964). A Concise History of the Mormon Battalion in the Mexican War.

Chicago: The Rio Grande Press.

Underwood, Lonnie E. (1983). The First Arizona Volunteer Infantry, 1865-1866. Tucson:

Roan Horse Press.

Van Nostrand, Jeanne Skinner. (December 1942). “Audubon’s Ill-Fated Western Journal Recalled by the Diary of J. H. Bachman.” California Historical Society Quarterly, (21:4).

Venegas, Miguel. (1759). A Natural and Civil History of California. London. Volume 2.

Von Humboldt, Alexander. (1966). Political Essay on the Kingdom of New Spain.

Translated by John Black. New York: AMS Press, reprinted from the original 1811.

London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown edition.

Wagoner, Jay J. (1970). Arizona Territory 1863-1912. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

----- (1975). Early Arizona: Prehistory to Civil War. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

Watson, Douglas. (1981). The Santa Fe Trail to California, 1849-1852: The Journal of H.M.T. Powell. New York: Sol Lewis.

Webb, George. (1959). A Pima Remembers. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

Weber, David J. (1982). The Taos Trappers: The Fur Trade in the Far Southwest, 1540Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.

Wilkinson, Charles F. (1992). Crossing the Next Meridian. Washington, D.C: Island Press.





Williams, Robert A. (1990). The American Indian in Western Legal Thought. New York:

Oxford University Press.

Wilson, John P. (October 1995). “How the Settlers Farmed: Hispanic Villages and Irrigation Systems in Early Sierra County, 1850-1900.” New Mexico Historical Review, (63:4).

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Wolcott, Marjorie Tisdale. Ed. (nd). Pioneer Notes from the Diaries of Judge Benjamin Hayes, 1849-1875. Los Angeles, privately printed.

Worster, Donald. (1985). Rivers of Empire: Water, Aridity and the Growth of the American West. New York: Oxford University Press.

Dissertations and Theses:

Bender-Lamb, Sylvia Lee. Chandler, Arizona: Landscape as a Product of Land Speculation. MA Thesis, Arizona State University, May 1983.

Dudley, Shelley C. Pima Indians, Water Rights, and the Federal Government: U.S. v.

Gila Valley Irrigation District. MA Thesis, Department of History, Arizona State University, 1996.

Arizona State Museum Archives:

“Pima Original Allotments (1914-1921), A-0349.” Romero, Jose. Diario seguido por el capitan Graduade Don Jose Romero, 1823. File 1823B, Paul Ezell file drawer.

Southworth, Charles. June 1914. “Statements By Pima Indians Regarding Irrigation on the Gila River Indian Reservation,” A-0690.

Arizona Historical Society Diary of Judge Benjamin Hayes’ Journey Overland from Socorro to Warner’s Ranch, from October 31, 1849, to January 14, 1850. MS 341.

Central Arizona Project Library Archives

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Central Arizona Project Indian Water Projects, Report of the Allocation of CAP Water for Five Applicant Tribes. July 7, 1972.

Central Arizona Project Water Delivery Contract Between the United States and the Gila River Indian Community. October 22, 1992.

Comments, Suggestions and Objectives Regarding Proposed Allocation of Central Arizona Project Water for Indian Use. Phoenix, Arizona: The Five Central Arizona Indian Tribes. 1975.

Draft Environmental Impact Statement, Water Allocation and Water Service Contracting, Central Arizona Project, Volume 1. US Bureau of Reclamation, Lower Colorado Region in Cooperation with the Bureau of Indian Affairs, US Department of Interior, December 1, 1981.

Draft Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement: Pima-Maricopa Irrigation Project. Prepared for the US Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation—Lead Agency and Bureau of Indian Affairs—Cooperating Agency. Prepared by EcoPlan Associates, Inc., October 1996.

Evaluation of Sewage Effluent Usage on Arizona Indian Reservations Under CAP Conditions. Bureau of Indian Affairs, Phoenix Area Office, Trust Protection Office, October 1980.

“Thomas W. Frederick, Associate Solicitor, to Leo M. Krulitz, Solicitor,” dated June 15, 1979.

Gila River Indian Community Master Plan Report for Land and Water Use. Prepared by Franzoy Corey Engineers and Architects. Phoenix, Arizona, November 1985.

Indian Water Rights Claims: Settlement Update. Arizona Department of Water Resources, Phoenix, Arizona, May 12, 1994.

“Letter of Alexander Lewis Sr., to Rogers C. B. Morton,” dated April 1, 1975.

“Memo from Leo M. Krulitz to Secretary Cecil Andrus,” n.d.

Pearson, Rita. Gila River Indian Community, Issues Concerning Claimed Water Rights, October 1, 1998.

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San Carlos Irrigation Project Archives “Additional Unallotted Irrigable Lands Gila River Reservation Reserved for Future Allotments as Recommended in Letter of June 29, 1916.” C.H. Southworth Letterbox, Historical Correspondence, 1914-1916.

Determination and Declaration of Feasibility of the Florence-Casa Grande Project, approved by Secretary of the Interior John Barton Payne, April 22, 1920.

Distribution of Waters of the Gila River, Gila Water Commissioner, 1934-1955.

“Gila River Priority Analysis, Water Distribution Chart # 3.” United States Indian Service, Irrigation, January 20, 1926.

“Nathan Irsfeld to B.P. Six,” dated Florence, Arizona, October 9, 1926.

“John S. Layne to C.R. Olberg,” dated Solomonsville, Arizona, May 20, 1914. Olberg Letterbox, From Central Office to Olberg.

“Letter of E. B. Merritt, Assistant Commissioner of Indian Affairs, to the Honorable Charles Curtis, United States Senate,” dated Washington, DC, March 24, 1916.

“Letter of John F. Truesdell, Department of Justice, to C.R. Olberg, Superintendent of Irrigation, Los Angeles, California,” dated Washington, DC, March 6, 1914. Olberg Letterbox, Historical Research, 1913-1914.

“Letter of N.W. Irsfeld to C.H. Southworth, Pima, Arizona,” dated Sacaton, Arizona, February 11, 1915. Charles Southworth Letterbox, Historical Correspondence 1914Letter from W.A. Walker, Field Cost Accountant, to Commissioner of Indian Affairs C.J. Rhoads,” dated August 8, 1930.

“Letter of the Engineer in Charge of the Sacaton Project to the Project Engineer,” dated Phoenix, Arizona, July 11, 1912. Subject: Project History—Gila Indian Reservation, Department of the Interior, United States Reclamation Service.

“Edgar Merritt to the Director of the Geological Survey,” dated Washington, DC, March 7, 1914. Olberg Letterbox, Historical Research, 1913-1914.

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“Charles Olberg to Wendell Reed,” dated Sacaton, Arizona, February 9, 1914. Olberg Letterbox, Historical Research, 1913-1914.

“Charles Olberg to Sells, through Wendell Reed,” dated Sacaton, Arizona, February 19,

1914. Olberg Letterbox, From Central Office to Olberg.

“Charles Olberg to Reed,” dated Sacaton, Arizona, February 20, 1914. Olberg Letterbox, From Central Office to Olberg.

“Charles Olberg to Wendell Reed,” dated Sacaton, Arizona, February 23, 1914. Olberg Letterbox, From Central Office to Olberg, 1913-1914.

“Charles Olberg to Wendell Reed,” dated Sacaton, Arizona, February 24, 1914. Olberg Letterbox, Historical Research, 1913-1914.

“Charles Olberg to Wendell Reed,” dated Sacaton, Arizona, February 26, 1914. Olberg Letterbox, Historical Research, 1913-1914.

“Charles Olberg to Wendell Reed,” dated Sacaton, Arizona, March 6, 1914. Olberg Letterbox, From Central Office to Olberg, 1913-1914.

Olberg, Charles R. Report on Water Rights of Gila River and Feasibility of San Carlos Project. United States Indian Irrigation Service, 1915.

“Wendell Reed to Charles Olberg,” dated Washington, DC, February 10, 1914. Olberg Letterbox, From Central Office to Olberg.

“F.M. Schanck, Superintendent of Irrigation, United States Indian Service, to C.R.

Olberg, Superintendent of Irrigation, Sacaton, Arizona,” dated Los Angeles, California, April 28, 1914. Olberg Letterbox, Historical Research, 1913-1914.

“B.P. Six, Superintendent of the Pima Reservation, to N. W. Irsfeld, Engineer, United States Indian Service,” dated Pima Agency, Sacaton, Arizona, October 4, 1926.

“Charles H. Southworth to N.W. Irsfeld,” dated June 22, 1915. C.H. Southworth Letterbox, Historical Correspondence, 1914-1916.

Statement showing designation of funds and amounts therefrom, by years, on the various units comprising the San Carlos Irrigation Project to June 30, 1929.

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Table 7, “Natural flow and stored water delivered to Indian Reservation and San Carlos Irrigation and Drainage District Canals,” in San Carlos Irrigation Project: Engineering Studies of Land and Water Resources. 1956.

Table 8, “Deliveries of pumped well water,” in San Carlos Irrigation Project:

Engineering Studies of Land and Water Resources. 1956.

Table 9, “Deliveries of water to Indian Reservation and San Carlos Irrigation and Drainage District canal,” in San Carlos Irrigation Project: Engineering Studies of Land and Water Resources. 1956.

Table 10, “Deliveries of water to Indian and District farms,” in San Carlos Irrigation Project: Engineering Studies of Land and Water Resources. 1956.

Cook Theological School Library Archives, Tempe, Arizona Book A, Dr. Cook’s First Record Book. Record Group 1, File 13.

“Charles H. Cook, Quarterly Report to the Home Board,” dated April 3, 1911. Cook’s First Record Book.

“Letter from Antonio Azul and Pima Headmen to Secretary Hitchcock and Commissioner of Indian Affairs Francis E. Leupp,” dated March 1, 1906. Book A, Dr.

Cook’s First Record Book. Record Group 1, File 13.

“Letter from Antonio Azul and all the Subchiefs, written by Hugh Patten, to the Hon.

Commissioner of Indian Affairs F.E. Leupp,” dated Sacaton, July 30, 1906. Cook’s First Record Book.

“Letter from Antonio Azul to the Honorable James R. Garfield, dated November 29, 1907.” Cook’s First Record Book.

“Letter from the Hon. James Garfield to Hugh Patten and Lewis Nelson, Delegates Representing the Pima Tribe of Indians,” dated May 6, 1908. Cook’s First Record Book.



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