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Tribal Headquarters

Gila River Indian Community
P.O. Box 97
Sacaton, Arizona 85147

The Reservation consists of 372,000 acres south of Phoenix, Arizona. The Reservation was established by an act of Congress in 1859 and in 1939 the Community adopted a constitution. he Gila River Indian Community is an alliance of two tribes, the Akimel O'odham (Pima) and the Pee Posh (Maricopa).[1]

History

Brief Timeline

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

Reservations

Records

  • Records pertaining to the Indian Claims Commission, ca. 1786-1978. Beginning with FHL 6076201
  • United States. Population Schedules of the Twelfth Census of the United States, 1900, Arizona. Washington: National Archives and Records Service, 1978. WorldCat 54825745

Important Web Sites

References

  1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gila_River_Indian_Community Wikipedia:Gila River Indian Community

Bibliography

  • Czarzasty, John L., and Karen R. Adams. Trails, Rock Features, and Homesteading in the Gila Bend Area: A Report on the State Route 85, Gila Bend to Buckeye Archaeological Project. Sacaton, Ariz: Gila River Indian Cultural Resource Management Program, 2008. WorldCat 489469819
  • Dawson, Robert, and Tammy LeRoy. Himdag-Yemathoy. Phoenix, AZ: RD Pub, 2003. WorldCat 298076000
  • Fifer, Susan L. The Meaning of Caring Among Pima Indians. Thesis (M.S.)--Arizona State University, 1989, 1989. WorldCat 21507395
  • Gila River Indian Community (Ariz.). Population and Housing Census. Sacaton, AZ: Gila River Indian Community, 1978. WorldCat 49893371
  • Gila River Indian Community. Anthropological Research Papers. 2006. WorldCat 649371138
  • Gila River Indian Community. Gila River Community News. Sacaton, Ariz: [s.n.], 1971. WorldCat 30617012
  • Gila River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community of the Gila River Indian Reservation of Arizona. The Gila River Indian News. Sacaton, Ariz: Gila River Indian Community, 1985. WorldCat 13147959
  • Hackenberg, Robert A. A Brief History of the Gila River Reservation. 1955. WorldCat 12285105
  • Kisselburg, JoAnn E. Archaeological Investigations Within the Gila River Indian Community. [Flagstaff, Ariz.?]: Northland Research, 1989. WorldCat 53238331
  • Ladies' Union Mission School Association, Albany, N.Y., Charles Henry Cook, and Isaac T. Whittemore. Among the Pimas; or, The Mission to the Pima and Maricopa Indians. Albany, N.Y.: Printed for the Ladies' Union Mission School Association, 1893. WorldCat 15672652
  • Lewis, Rodney, John Palmer, and Leslie Sieveke. Oral History Interview. 1980. WorldCat 43097702
  • Ramsey, Robert E. An Oasis Remembered. Victoria, B.C.: Trafford, 2004. WorldCat 58051728
  • Wells, E. Christian. From Hohokam to O'odham: The Protohistoric Occupation of the Middle Gila River Valley, Central Arizona. Sacaton, Ariz: Gila River Indian Community, Cultural Resource Management Program, 2006. WorldCat 70684461
  • Wilson, John P. Peoples of the Middle Gila: A Documentary History of the Pimas and Maricopas, 1500's-1945. Las Cruces, N.M.: [J.P. Wilson, 1999. WorldCat 45050363

 

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