Arizona Native Americans —
A collection of books, manuscripts, and website relating to the Native Americans of Arizona.
Arizona Native American Tribes, (500 Nations) —
Information about things to do (Powwows, rodeos, celebrations, festivals, and concerts. Places to visit and Tribes also represented.
Hohokam - Prehistoric Desert Peoples —
The Hohokam peoples occupied a wide area of south-central Arizona from roughly Flagstaff south to the Mexican
border. They are thought to have originally migrated north out of Mexico around 300 BC to become the most skillful irrigation farmers the
Southwest ever knew.
Map of American Indian Reservations —
Source - Arizona Geographic Alliance, Department of Geography, Arizona State University.
Sovereign Nation of the Cocopahs —
"The Cocopah Tribe, known as the River People, have lived along the lower Colorado River and delta for centuries,
maintaining their traditional and cultural beliefs throughout many political and environmental changes. Descended from the greater Yuman-speaking
people who occupied lands along the Colorado River, the Cocopah had no written language, however, historical records have been passed on orally
and by outside visitors." - quoted from the web site.
Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community —
"The Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community was created by Executive Order on June 14, 1879 by President Rutherford
B. Hayes. The community is located in Maricopa County and lies aside the boundaries of Mesa, Tempe, Scottsdale, Fountain
Hills and metropolitan Phoenix. The Community consists of 52,700 acres, comprised mostly of agricultural lands. These lands
harvest a variety of crops; i.e., cotton, watermelon, honeydew, casaba, cantaloupe, potato, brown onions, carrots, and
other agricultural products." - quoted from the web site.