Robert LeRoy Santos
California State University, Stanislaus
This chapter contains works about Indians, outside the mission environment, in California, Baja California, Mexico, and the Southwest.
Abbink, Emily. Colors of the Navajo. Minneapolis, MN: Carolrhoda Books, 1998. 24 pp. Notes: Written for the juvenile reading level, presents the Navajo's application of color, historically, culturally, and environmentally.
Aguilera, Carmen. "The Matricula de Huexotzinco: A Pictorial Census from New Spain." Huntington Library Quarterly 59(Fall 1997): 529-542. Notes: Explores the pictorial segment of the 1560 Mexican codex, Matricula, which is important to understanding the society in New Spain before Europeans began to infiltrate the region.
Ahlstrom, Richard V.N. Prehistory of Perry Mesa: The Short-Lived Settlement of a Mesa-Canyon Complex in Central Arizona, ca. A.D. 1200-1450. 117 pp. Notes: An examination of the archaeological evidence found at the Perry Mesa Archaeological District and a history of the Indians who lived there.
Ake, Anne. The Apache. San Diego: Lucent Books, 2001. 96 pp. Notes: An overview of the Apache people, their history, culture, and relationships with settlers, written at the juvenile reading level.
Allen, Hayward. A Traveler's Guide to Native America: The Southwest Region. Minocqua, WI: NorthWord Press, 1993. 192 pp. Notes: A guidebook to primarily Indian historical and cultural sites.
Alvarado Bravo, Alfonso. Arqueologia en Baja California: Estudio de Patron de Asentamiento de Cazadores-Recolectores-Pescadores en el Arroyo San Jose de Gracia, Sierra de Guadalupe. Mexico City: Edicions Euroamericanas, 1999. 101 pp. Notes: Discusses the archaeological findings concerning the Indians of the Baja California area of San Jose de Gracia along with natural history. In Spanish.
Alves, Abel Avila. "Taming Savage Nature: The Body Metaphor and Material Culture in the Sixteenth Century Conquest of New Spain." Ph.D. diss., University of Massachusetts, 1990. 310 pp. Notes: An analysis of the means which the Spanish took to suppress indigenous society and to create a new social structure in conquered lands.
Altschul, Jeffrey H. and Donn R. Grenda. Islanders and Mainlanders: Prehistoric Context for the Southern California Bight. Tucson: SRI Press, 2002. Notes: A look at ecology and the coastal Indians of southern California.
Anderson, Eric Gary. American Indian Literature and the Southwest: Contexts and Dispositions. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1999. 225 pp. Notes: An examination of the works of Southwest Indian writers in regard to Southwest history and culture.
Anderson, Gary Clayton. The Indian Southwest, 1580-1830: Ethnogenesis and Reinvention. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1999. 376 pp. Notes: Describes Indian identity during the Spanish exploration and settlement period and Indian relationship with the colonial government.
Anderson, M. Kat, Michael G. Barbour and Valerie Whitworth. "A World of Balance and Plenty: Land, Plants, Animals, and Humans in a Pre-European California." California History 76:2-3(1997): 12-47. Notes: Environmental use of California by Native Peoples, 1769-1848.
Annerino, John. Running Wild: A Grand Canyon Adventure in the Footsteps of Ancient Runners. Tucson: Harbinger House, 1991. Notes: Focuses on Havasupai and Hopi Indian runners who ran messages using Grand Canyon trails.
Ansary, Mir Tamim. Southwest Indians. Des Plaines, IL: Heinemann Library, 2000. 32 pp. Notes: An overview of Southwest Native Americans, their history, culture, and dwellings and written at the juvenile reading level.
Apodaca, Paul. "Tradition, Myth, and Performance of Cahuilla Bird Songs." Ph.D. diss., University of California, Los Angeles, 1999. 355 pp. Notes: An analysis of the musical invention of the Cahuilla Indians of southern California.
Arkush, Brooke S. "Yokuts Trade Networks and Native Culture Change in Central and Eastern California." Ethnohistory 40(1993): 619-640. Notes: The Yokuts traded Spanish and Mexican materials to the tribes of central and eastern Calfornia.
Arnold, Caroline. The Ancient Cliff Dwellers of Mesa Verde. New York: Clarion Books, 1992. 64 pp. Notes: The story of the Anasazi, who vanished by the 1300s, written at the juvenile reading level.
Arnold, Jeanne E. "An Archaeological Perspective on the Historic Settlement Pattern on Santa Cruz Island." Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 12(1990): 112-127. Notes: Locates ten historic villages on the Channel Island.
Atchley, Sara Marguerite. "A Burial Analysis of the Hotchkiss Site (CA-CCO-138." M.A. thesis, Sonoma State University, 1994. 97 pp. Notes: A look at the funeral customs of the Indians in the Sonoma area.
Austerman, Wayne R. "Cotas de Mallas and the Western Tribes." Museum of the Fur Trade Quarterly 22:2(1986): 6-12. Notes: Discusses the acquiring of military coats of mail by Native Americans from Spanish soldiers, 1593-1860.
Avallone, Ramona Marie. "An Investigation of Hopi Origins Through Analysis of the Prehistoric and Historic Hopi Textile Record." M.A. thesis, University of Texas, Austin, 1990. 177 pp.
Babal, Marianne. The Top of the Peninsula: A History of Sweeney Ridge and the San Francisco Watershed Lands, San Mateo County, California. San Francisco: Golden Gate National Recreation Area, National Park Service, 1990. 148 pp. Notes: Has a discussion of the Indians that once lived in the area based on the archaeological evidence available.
Badt, Karin Luisa, ed. Indians of the Southwest. Carlisle, MA: Discovery Enterprises, 1996. 64 pp. Notes: A collection of essays on Southwest Indian history and culture.
Bales, Rebecca. "'You Will Be Bravest of All': The Modoc Nation to 1909." Ph.D. diss., Arizona State University, 2001.
Barker, Leo R. and Julia G. Costello. The Archaeology of Alta California. New York: Garland, 1991. 512 pp. Notes: Addresses archaeology primarily at the missions with some on Indian settlement.
Barrett, S.A. Miwok Material Culture: Indian Life of the Yosemite Region. Yosemite National Park: Yosemite Association, 1997. 255 pp. Notes: Published in 1933 by the Milwaukee Public Museum.
Batkin, Jonathan, ed. Pottery of the Pueblos of New Mexico, 1700-1940. Colorado Springs: Taylor Museum, 1987. 215 pp.
Bean, Lowell John. California Indian Shamanism. Menlo Park, CA: Ballena Press, 1992. 274 pp.
_____________ and Sylvia Brakke Vane, eds. Ethnology of the Alta California Indians. 2 vols. New York: Garland, 1992. 970 pp. Notes: Volume one is about pre-contact with Europeans and volume two is about post-contact.
Benally, AnCita. "Hane Beeeehaniih = With Stories It Is Remembered." M.A. thesis, Arizona State University, 1993. 111 pp. Notes: A study of Navajo Indian oral tradition.
Benson, Arlene. Earth and Sky. Thousand Oaks, CA: Slo'w Press, 1990. 213 pp. Notes: An assessment of the use of astronomy by California Indians. A collection of papers from the Northridge Conference on Archaeoastronomy held at California State University, Northridge, November 1983.
Bentley, Mark Thomas. "Preliterate Native Americans in the Paso del Norte Region." M.A. thesis, University of Texas, El Paso, 1992. 120 pp. Notes: A history of the Paleo-Indians living in the Paso del Norte region of Texas, Chihuahua (Mexico), and New Mexico.
Bial, Raymond. The Navajo. New York: Benchmark Books/Marshall Cavendish, 1999. 127 pp. Notes: Presents the history and culture of the Navajo at the juvenile reading level.
____________. The Pueblo. New York: Benchmark Books, 2000. 127 pp. Notes: Presents the history and culture of the Pueblo Indians at the juvenile reading level.
Bird-Romero, Allison. Heart of the Dragonfly: Historical Development of the Cross Necklaces of the Pueblo and Navajo Peoples. Albuquerque: Avanyu Pub., 1992.
Blume, Joanna M. Grasslands - The Forgotten Resource: The Cultural Ecology of the Central California Grasslands. Santa Clara: Santa Clara University, Department of Anthropology and Sociology, 1994. 33 pp. Notes: A history of the ecological practices by Indians, Spaniards, and Mexicans in central California.
Blystone, Peter. "Making It Their Own: Four Centuries of Navajo Weaving." M.A. thesis, Northern Arizona University, 1992. 112 pp.
Bonvillain, Nancy and Frank W. Porter. The Zuni. New York: Chelsea House Publishers, 1995. 112 pp. Notes: History and customs of the Zuni Indians, written at the juvenile reading level.
Bowen, Thomas. "The Other Seris." Journal of the Southwest 42(2000): 443-455. Notes: Hypothesizes that the Seri Indians of Gulf of California island, San Esteban, were in reality exiles escaping the conflict on the mainland between Europeans and the Seris beginning in the seventeenth century.
____________. Unknown Island: Seri Indians, Europeans, and San Esteban Island in the Gulf of California. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2000. 548 pp.
Boxt, Matthew A. and Mark L. Raab. "Puvunga and Point Conception: A Comparative Study of Southern California Indian Traditionalism." Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 22(2000): 43-67. Notes: Investigates the influence of anthropological interpretation of an important Gabrielino Indian site.
Braatz, Timothy. "The Yavapais: A History of Indians in North-Central Arizona to 1910." Ph.D. diss., Arizona State University, 1999. 543 pp.
Breschini, Gary S. and Trudy Haversat, eds. Contributions to the Linguistic Prehistory of Central and Baja California. Salinas, CA: Coyote Press, 1997. 141 pp. Notes: A short collection of essays with one essay examining the languages of the Indians in the Monterey Bay area.
Breternitz, Cory Dale, ed. Prehistoric Irrigation in Arizona: Symposium 1988. Phoenix: Soil Systems, 1991. 172 pp. Notes: A collection of papers delivered at the 1988 Canal Symposium, sponsored by the Arizona Archaeological Council, held at Phoenix. Primarily about the Hohokam Indian irrigation.
Bronitsky, Gordon. "Indian Assimilation in the El Paso Area." New Mexico Historical Review 62:2(1987): 151-168. Notes: Traces cultural assimilation of Native Americans into the three Hispanic communities in the El Paso area beginning in 1680.
Brown, Gary M. and John C. Acklen. Archaeological Data Recovery at San Juan Coal Company's La Plata Mine, San Juan County, New Mexico. Albuquerque: Mariah Associates, 1991. 768 pp. Notes: Presents archaeological evidence from the coal mine site concerning the Indians of the area.
Brown, Tracy Lynn. "Ideologies of Indianness in New Mexico, 1692-1820: Personhood and Identity in the Colonial Encounter." Ph.D. diss., Duke University, 2000. 280 pp. Notes: Primarily about the Pueblo Indians in the Albuquerque-Santa Fe area.
Buck, Andrea Lynne. "Changing Health Patterns in East-Central Arizona, A.D. 1100-1300: Tuberculosis and Infant Mortality." M.A. thesis, Arizona State University, 1998. 168 pp. Notes: An examination of the archaeological evidence taken from the Little Colorado River Valley of New Mexico and Arizona.
Burchett, Tim W. "Household Organization at Wupatki Pueblo." M.A. thesis, Northern Arizona University, 1990. 258 pp. Notes: A study of the Pueblo Indians at the Wupatki Pueblo.
Butzer, Karl W. and Barbara J. Williams. "Addendum: Three Indigenous Maps from New Spain Dated ca. 1580." Annals of the Association of American Geographers 82(September 1992): 536-542.
Busenberg, B.E. and E.D. Roeder. California's First People: Their Search for Food. Claremont, CA: Green Oak Pub., 1990. 34 pp. Notes: An examination of the methods and types of food sought by California Indians.
Cameron, Catherine M. Hopi Dwellings: Architectural Change at Orayvi. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1999. 159 pp. Notes: A study of Hopi architecture at the Oraibi pueblo in Arizona.
Campbell, Paul Douglas. Survival Skills of Native California. Salt Lake City: Gibbs Smith, 1999. 448 pp. Notes: Addresses the skills used by California Indians to survive in the wilderness.
Campbell, Ysla. El Contacto Entre los Espanoles e Indigenas en el Norte de la Nueva Espana. Juarez, Mexico: Universidad Autonoma de Cuidad Juarez, 1992. 215 pp. Notes: Assesses the impact Spanish colonial policy had on the Indian culture of northern New Spain especially in regard to mission Indians. In Spanish.
Carlson, Pamela McGuire and E. Breck Parkman. "An Exceptional Adaptation: Camillo Ynita, the Last Headman of the Olompalis." California History 65:4(1986): 238-247. Notes: Describes the unusual adaptation of the Olompali Indians of Sonoma, especially village headman Ynita (1816-1856), to the surrounding Spanish culture avoiding conflicts and retaining their land.
Carr, Amanda M. "Indian Hill: An Ethnohistory." B.A. thesis, Scripps College, 2000. 124 pp. Notes: Addresses the cultural history of the Gabrielino Indians in the Clarement, California area.
Carter, William. "Towards a Revision of the History of Southern Plains-New Mexico Relations: Lipan, Apaches, and Southern Plains Ecology, 1500-1720." M.A. thesis, University of Texas-Pan American, 1992. 226 pp.
Castellon Huerta, Blas Roman. "Spatial Distribution and Community Structure in the Zuni Area." M.A. thesis, Arizona State University, 1992. 91 pp. Notes: An historical study of settlement patterns of the Zuni.
Castillo, Edward D. "Blood Came from Their Mouths: Tongva and Chumash Responses to the Pandemic of 1801." American Indian Culture and Research Journal 23:3(1999): 47-61. Notes: Examines the response the Tongva and Chumash tribes had to the 1801 diphtheria epidemic in California especially their religious practice.
Chaddock, Lisa Bridenstine. "A Place to Gather." M.A. thesis, San Diego State University, 1995. 187 pp. Notes: Focuses on the Kamia and Diegueno Indians of the San Dieguito River Valley, California and their ecological and social practices.
Chagnon, Virginia Aline. "Open Space Analysis in the Prehistoric Puebloan Southwest: A Case Study on Pueblo IV Villages in the Homolovi Region, Northeastern Arizona." M.A. thesis, University of Texas, San Antonio, 2001. Notes: A historical study of Pueblo Indians at the Homolovi ruins and space utilization.
Chase-Dunn, Christopher K., S. Edward Clewett, and Elaine Sundahl. A Very Small World-System in Northern California: The Wintu and Their Neighbors. Baltimore: Department of Sociology, Johns Hopkins University, 1992. 49 pp. Notes: A comparative study on the social interaction among Indian groups in northern California.
Chavez, Thomas E. "The Segesser Hide Paintings: History, Discovery, Art." Palacio 92:2(1986): 18-27. Notes: Discusses the two Segesser hide paintings and its portrayal of fighting between the Spanish expeditions and Indians early in the seventeenth century New Mexico.
Cicero, Dawn Marie. "Passing the Talking Stick: American Indian Women's Voices Heard." M.A. thesis, San Diego State University, 1999. 106 pp. Notes: Addresses the methods women Indians in the San Diego area were able to express themselves orally.
Ciolek-Torrello, Richard, Edgar K. Huber, and Robert B. Neily, eds. Investigations at Sunset Mesa Ruin: Archaeology at the Confluence of the Santa Cruz and Rillito Rivers, Tucson, Arizona. Tucson: Statistical Research, 1999. 310 pp. Notes: A collection of essays on the archaeological evidence found at Sunset Mesa Ruin.
____________, Mark T. Swanson, and James E. Ayres. Pit House, Presidio, and Privy: 1,400 Years of Archaeology and History on Block 180, Tucson, Arizona. Tucscon: Statistical Research, 1997. Notes: An examination of the archaeological evidence concerning the Hohokam culture found at the Tucson site.
The Cliff Dwellers. Peterborough, NH: Cobblestone Pub. Co., 1999. 48 pp. Notes: A collection of essays about Pueblo Indian history and culture, written at the juvenile reading level. Originally published as the September 1999 issue of the periodical Cobblestone.
Cohen-Williams, Anita G. "Common Maiolica Types of Northern New Spain." Historical Archaeology 26(1992): 119-130. Notes: Traces the evolution of majolica ceramics from 1550 found in the northern New Spain (southern Arizona and northern Mexico).
Cordell, Linda S. Ancient Pueblo Peoples. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Books, 1994. 176 pp.
Cottrell, Marie G. "Territorial Formation Among Hunters and Gatherers: A Case Example from the Southern California Coast." Ph.D. diss., University of California, Los Angeles, 1991. 233 pp. Notes: Concentrates on the land settlement patterns of California Indians in the Orange County area.
Coulter, Catherine and Rebecca Maldonado Crooks, eds. Indian Perspectives in New Mexico History. Santa Fe: New Mexico Indian Education Association, 1991. 175 pp. Notes: A collection of written works providing Indian insight into the history of New Mexico.
Cowan, C. Wesley and Patty Jo Watson, eds. The Origins of Agriculture: An International Perspective. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1992. 224 pp. Notes: Contains an essay on the beginning of borderlands agriculture.
Covert, Kim. The Coast Miwok. Mankato, MN: Bridgestone Books, 1999. Notes: For the juvenile reading level, addresses social life and customs of the Indian group, past and present.
Crosby, Harry. The Cave Paintings of Baja California: Discovering the Great Murals of an Unknown People. Rev. ed. San Diego: Sunbelt Publications, 1997. 246 pp.
Crown, Patrica L., ed. Women and Men in the Prehistoric Southwest: Labor, Power and Prestige. Santa Fe: School of American Research Press, 2000. 503 pp. Notes: A collection of essays on the differing roles of women and men in the ancient Indian culture of the Southwest.
Cummins, Marjorie W. How Coyote Stole the Sun: The Myth, the Music, and Other Features of the Yokuts Culture. Fresno: Braun-Brumfield, 1992. 163 pp. Notes: A discussion of the Yokuts of the San Joaquin Valley.
Davis, Carolyn O'Bagy. Hopi Quilting: Stitched Traditions from an Ancient Community. Tucson: Sanpete Publications, 1997. 127 pp. Notes: History of Hopi quilts and quilt-makers in Arizona.
Di Peso, Charles C. Culture and Contact: Charles C. Di Peso's Grand Chichimeca. Edited by Anne I. Woosley, and John C. Ravesloot. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1993. 299 pp. Notes: An edited version of the author's study of commerce among Indians of the Southwest.
Dick-Bissonnette, Linda E. "Foothill Yokoch, Mono, and Miwok Women: An Anthropological Perspective." Ph.D. diss., University of California, Santa Barbara, 1997. 478 pp. Notes: Looks into the social life and customs especially basket-making of women in the three Indian groups.
Dilworth, Leah. Imagining Indians in the Southwest: Persistent Visions of a Primitive Past. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1996. 274 pp. Notes: A highly pictorial history of the portrayal Southwest Indians received in regard to literature, public opinion, and tourism.
____________. "Imagining the Primitive Representations of Native Americans in the Southwest, 1800-1930." Ph.D. diss., Yale University, 1992. 425 pp. Notes: Later published in an edited version by Smithsonian Institution Press.
Dobkins, Rebecca J. "From Vanishing to Visible: Maidu Indian Arts and the Uses of Tradition." Ph.D. diss., University of California, Berkeley, 1995. 341 pp.
Dominguez, Steven R. "Assessing the Hydrologic Functions of Prehistoric Grid Gardens in North Central New Mexico." Ph.D. diss., University of New Mexico, 2000. 253 pp. Notes: A study of the farming and irrigation methods used by native peoples.
Dozier, Deborah Susan Wenzel. "Kumeyaay Basketry: Resource Management as an Economic Strategy." Ph.D. diss., University of California, Riverside, 2000. 359 pp. Notes: Examines the economic conditions of the Kumeyaay Indians primarily of Baja California, beginning in the eighteenth century.
Driskell, Erin K. "A Study of the Intensification of Agriculture in the Taos District of New Mexico and Its Physical Effects Over Time: A Comparison of Adult Stature and Dental Health Between Two Populations of Prehistoric Native Americans." M.A. thesis, University of Montana, 1997. 108 pp.
Duff, Andrew Ian Lyman. "Regional Interaction and the Transformation of Western Pueblo Identities, A.D. 1275-1400." Ph.D. diss., Arizona State University, 1999.
Dunmire, William W. and Gail D. Tierney. Wild Plants of the Pueblo Province: Exploring Ancient and Enduring Uses. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, 1995. 290 pp. Notes: Addresses historical ethnobotanical uses by the Pueblo Indians of the Pajarito Plateau in New Mexico.
Duran, Meliha S. and David T. Kirkpatrick, eds. La Jornada: Papers in Honor of William F. Turney. Albuquerque: Archaeological Society of New Mexico, 1996. 225 pp. Notes: A collection of essays on Turney's archaeological work in New Mexico mostly concerning the Pueblo Indians. In English.
Eargle, Dolan. California Indian Country: The Land and the People. San Francisco: Trees Company Press, 1992. 156 pp. Notes: Largely a pictorial work on the California Indian and its culture and history.
____________. Native California Guide: Weaving the Past and Present. San Francisco: Trees Company Press, 2000. 187 pp. Notes: Systematic presentation of native California culture.
Edson, Julie Christin. "Between Mission and Reservation: The Experiences of the San Diego Indians, 1833-1880." M.A. thesis, University of San Diego, 1996. 70 pp.
Emanuels, George. California Indians: An Illustrated Guide. Walnut Creek, CA: Diablo Books, 1991. 172 pp.
Empie, Sunnie. Minding a Sacred Place. Scottsdale, AZ: Boulder House Publishers, 2001. 199 pp. Notes: Presents the Indian architecture found at the Empie Petroglyph Site in Arizona.
Englar, Mary. The Pueblos: Farmers of the Southwest. Mankato, MN: Bridgestone Books, 2002. Notes: A history of the Pueblo Indians and their culture, written at the juvenile reading level.
Engstrand, Iris H.W. "How Cruel Were the Spaniards?" Magazine of History 14:4(2000): 12-15. Notes: Analyzes the treatment of Native Americans by the Spanish especially in uprisings in the Southwest.
Erdosh, George. Food and Recipes of the Native Americans. New York: PowerKids Press, 1997. 24 pp. Notes: For juvenile readers, has a chapter on the Southwest.
Ericson, Jonathan E. and Timothy G. Baugh, eds. The American Southwest and Mesoamerica: Systems of Prehistoric Exchange. New York: Plenum Press, 1993. 302 pp. Notes: A collection of essays on prehistoric Indian commerce.
Estua, Fernando Gloria. Antologia de la Arqueologia de Baja California. Tijuana: Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia de Baja California, 1999. 68 pp. Notes: A collection of essays in Spanish on the archaeological excavations of Indian sites in Baja California.
Fenn, Elizabeth Anne. "Pox Americana: The Great North American Smallpox Epidemic of 1775-1783." Ph.D. diss., Yale University, 1999. 475 pp. Notes: Investigates the reasons for the epidemic that afflicted all indigenous cultures concluding that smallpox traveled rapidly through warfare and trade.
Ferguson, Minnie. "Kuruvangna, the People's Hidden Roots: An Analysis of the Historical Land Development of Indigenous Gabrielino Space and Natural Springs in West Los Angeles." M.A. thesis, University of California, Los Angeles, 1993. 56 pp.
Fernandez Tomas, Jorge Belarmino. De Mexico y d Indianos. 2 vols. Oviedo: Principado de Asturias, Consejo de Comunidades Asturianas, 1990. Notes: A history of the Indians of Mexico, 1492-1546, and their contact with the Spanish. In Spanish.
Field, Les, Alan Leventhal, Dolores Sanchez and Rosemary Cambra. "A Contemporary Ohlone Tribal Revitalization Movement: A Perspective from the Muwekma Costanoan/Ohlone Indians of the San Francisco Bay Area." California History 71(1992): 412-431. Notes: Describes the plight of the Indians from the Spanish era and their near extinction.
Fields, Virginia M. and Victor Zamudio-Taylor, eds. The Road to Aztlan: Art from a Mythic Homeland. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 2001. 424 pp. Notes: A collection of essays on the Indians of Mexico and the Southwest and the impact of Spanish colonialism. A companion publication to the exhibition held at the museum and also later at the Albuquerque and Austin museums.
Fink, Jameson M. "The Hart Prairie/San Francisco Peaks Controversy: Culture, Land, and Conflict." M.A. thesis, Northern Arizona University, 1998. 104 pp. Notes: A study of recreational land usage of the sacred grounds of the Hopi and Navaho in Arizona. Contains historical references.
Flager, Edward K. "Espana y los Indios Navajos." Historia y Vida 207:17(1985): 42-57. Notes: A discussion of the Navajos' ability to assimilate aspects of the surrounding cultures, Spanish and Native Americans, into their own society. In Spanish.
Flanagan, Alice K. The Pueblos. New York: Children's Press, 1998. 47 pp. Notes: The history and customs of the Pueblo Indian, written at the juvenile level.
Folb, Lisa. "Cotton Fabrics and Wupatki Pueblo." M.A. thesis, Northern Arizona University, 1996. 114 pp. Notes: A study of the history of Pueblo textile fabrics at the Wupatki National Monument.
Fowler, Don D. A Laboratory for Anthropology: Science and Romanticism in the American Southwest. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2000. 497 pp. Notes: A discussion of the historic ethnological expeditions and the evolution of anthropological thought in regard to Southwestern cultures.
Frame, Laurence A. The New Window = La Ventana Nueva. N.p.: The Author, 1995. 37 pp. Notes: The customs and social activity of California mission Indians. In English and Spanish.
Frank, Ross H. "The Changing Pueblo Indian Pottery Tradition: The Underside of Economic Development in Late Colonial New Mexico, 1750-1820." Journal of the Southwest 33(1991): 282-321. Notes: Examines how settlement led to increase demand of Indian pottery.
Frederickson, David A. and Catherine A. Callaghan, eds. Native American History Studies for the Los Vaqueros Project: A Synthesis. Rohnert Park, CA: Anthropological Studies Center, Sonoma State University, 1997. 217 pp. Notes: A series of essays about Native Americans in Alameda and Contra Costa counties with some essays on missions and ranchos.
Freedman, Suzanne. The Hopi. Vero Beach, FL: Rourke Publications, 1997. 32 pp. Notes: Written at the juvenile reading level, presents Hopi Indian history and culture.
____________. The Pomo. Vero Beach, FL: Rourke Publications, 1997. 32 pp. Notes: Written at the juvenile reading level, presents Pomo Indian history and culture.
Fryer, Francesca. Sandpit: A Redwood Northcoast Notebook. 2 vols. Los Gatos, CA: The Author, 1995. Notes: Discusses the culture of the Yurok Indians.
Garduno, Everardo. En Donde se Mete el Sol - Historia y Situacion Actual de los Indigenas Montaneses de Baja California. Mexico City: Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes, 1994. 377 pp. Notes: Assesses the social life and customs of the Indians in Baja California. In Spanish.
____________. "The Social Dispersion and Cultural Confusion of the Yuman Indians in Baja California, Mexico." M.A. thesis, Arizona State University, 1998. 99 pp. Notes: Examines the life, customs, population and the history of the Yuma Indians.
Gates, Thomas Matthew. "Along the Ridgelines: A History of the Yurok Trial Systems." Ph.D. diss., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1995. 491 pp. Notes: Traces the Yurok Indian trails in California, eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Gille, Frank H. Indians of Arizona: Past and Present. St. Clair Shores, MI: Somerset Publishers, 1999. 563 pp. Notes: An encyclopedic text of Arizona Indian history, culture, and biography.
Glaser, Leah S. "The Story of Guadalupe, Arizona: The Survival and Preservation of a Yaqui Community." M.A. thesis, Arizona State University, 1996. 100 pp. Notes: A study of the history of the Yaqui Indian's ability to sustain its ethnicity in Arizona.
Gomez Estrada, Jose Alfredo. La Gente del Delta del Rio Colorado, Indigenas, Colonizadores y Ejidatarios. Mexicali, Baja California: Universidad Autonoma de Baja California, 2000. 308 pp. Notes: A study of the Cocopa Indians, their lives, customs and history in the Mexicali Valley. In Spanish.
Goodman, John David. "Spring Rancheria: Archaeological Investigations of a Transient Cahulla Village in Early Riverside, California." M.S. thesis, University of California, Riverside, 404 pp.
Gracia, Juan Antonio Frago. "Criterio Filologico y Edicion de Textos Indianos: Sobre Documents de la Nueva Espana." Romance Philology 53(Fall 1999): 119-136. Notes: Analyzes sixteenth-century manuscripts for the understanding of Hispanic history in New Spain and promotes the idea that manuscript texts must be compared to a derive a true understanding of the society. In Spanish.
Gray-Kanatiiosh, Barbara A. The Maidu. Edina, MN: Abdo, 2002. 32 pp. Notes: A short treatment of the Maidu Indian culture for the juvenile reading level.
____________. The Miwok. Edina, MN: Abdo, 2002. 32 pp. Notes: A short treatment of the Miwok Indian culture for the juvenile reading level.
____________. The Ohlone. Edina, MN: Abdo, 2002. 32 pp. Notes: A short treatment of the Ohlone Indian culture for the juvenile reading level.
____________. The Pomo. Edina, MN: Abdo, 2002. 32 pp. Notes: A short treatment of the Pomo Indian culture for the juvenile reading level.
Griffen, William B. "Problems in the Study of Apaches and Other Indians in Chihuahua and Southern New Mexico During the Spanish and Mexican Periods." Kiva 50:2-3(1985): 139-151. Notes: Explores research resources that have not been used or used enough in investigations of Native Americans.
Griffin-Pierce, Trudy. Native Peoples of the Southwest. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2000. 439 pp. Notes: A cultural history of the Hopi, Zuni, O'odham, Yaqui, Navajo, Apaches, and Southern Paiutes.
Griffith, James S. Beliefs and Holy Places: A Spiritual Geography of the Pimeria Alta. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1992. 218 pp. Notes: Primarily describes religion and religious sites of Sonora, Mexico and southern Arizona, especially the Tohono O'odham Indians, through the nineteenth century.
Gumerman, George J., ed. Themes in Southwest Prehistory. Santa Fe: School of American Research Press, 1994. 330 pp. Notes: A collection of papers on Indian life and customs from a seminar held in September 1989, at the school.
Gunderson, Mary. American Indian Cooking before 1500. Mankato, MN: Blue Earth Books, 2001. 32 pp. Notes: Written at the juvenile reading level, has chapters on California and Southwest Indians.
Hackbarth, Mark R. The Historic Archaeology of Heritage Square. Phoenix: Parks, Recreation and Library Dept., Pueblo Grande Museum, 1995. 428 pp. Notes: Addresses Indian archaeological excavations in Phoenix at the Heritage Square site.
Hadley, Diana, Richard V.N. Ahlstrom, and Scott Mills. El Rio Bonito: An Ethnoecological Study of the Bonita Creek Watershed, Southeastern Arizona. Phoenix: Arizona State Office of the Bureau of Land Management, 1993. 285 pp. Notes: Probes Indian ethnology and ecology historically of the Bonita Creek Watershed area.
Hallaran, Kevin, Allene Archibald, Lowell John Bean, and Sylvia Brakke Vane. The Indian Cemetery at Old Temecula. Riverside, CA: N.p., 1991. 128 pp. Notes: A report on archaeological findings at Temecula, California, as part of the University of California, Riverside archaeological research efforts.
Halpern, Abraham M., Amy Miller, and Margaret Langdon. Karuk: Native Accounts of Quechan Mourning Ceremony. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1997. 338 pp. Notes: Describes the funeral customs of the Yuma Indians. University of California Publications in Linguistics, v. 128.
Hamalainen, Pekka. "The Western Comanche Tribe Center: Rethinking the Plains Indian Trade System." Western Historical Quarterly 29(1998): 485-513. Notes: Chronicles the successful expansion of Comanche trade into New Mexico, 1740s to 1830, after establishing a peace accord with the Spanish.
Hamlin-Wilson, Gail, Donald B. Ricky, and Nancy K. Capace. New Mexican Indians, A to Z. St. Clair Shores, MI: Somerset Pub., 2001. 447 pp. Notes: An encyclopedic format.
Harris, Max. "The Arrival of the Europeans: Folk Dramatizations of Conquest and Conversion in New Mexico." Comparative Drama 28(Spring 1994): 141-165. Notes: Presents folk and religious drama that reenacts the invasion of Spanish military and missionaries on indigenous peoples.
Harro, Douglas R. "Patterns of Lithic Raw Material Procurement on the Pajarito Plateau, New Mexico." M.A. thesis, Washington State University, 1997. 135 pp. Notes: A study of the methodology and usage of mining materials by early Indians on the plateau.
Haskett, Robert. "Paper Shields: The Ideology of Coats of Arms in Colonial Mexican Primordial." Ethnohistory 43(Winter 1996): 99-126. Notes: Discusses the history of Indian land tenure as related to Spanish land grants and forged documents based on the power of the Spanish elite as represented in their coats-of-arms.
Hegmon, Michelle, ed. The Archaeology of Regional Interaction: Religion, Warfare, and Exchange Across the American Southwest and Beyond: Proceedings of the 1996 Southwest Symposium. Boulder: University Press of Colorado, 2000. 467 pp.
Heintz, William F. and Emily Gerstbacher. Temecula History: A Chronology, 1797-1993. Temecula, CA: Friends of the Temecula Library, 1994. 31 pp. Notes: Has brief information on the Indians of Riverside County, California.
Hendrix, Louise Butts. Sutter Buttes, Land of Histum Yani. Marysville, CA: Normart Printing Co., 1992. 152 pp. Notes: A history of the Maidu Indians in Sutter and Colusa counties. Originally published in 1980.
Herrera Casasus, Maria Luisa. Los Indios de Santander - Tamaulipas. Mexico City: PACMYC, 1996. 13 pp. Notes: A short history of the Indians of Santander and Tamulipas, New Spain.
Hickerson, Nancy P. "The Servicios of Vicente de Zaldivar: New Light on the Jumano War of 1601." Ethnohistory 43(Winter 1996): 127-144. Notes: Assesses the Spanish government's treatment of the Jumano Indians and subsequently the war of 1601.
Hirschmann, Erik Theodore. "Empires in the Land of the Trickster: Russians, Pomo, and Americans on the Pacific Rim, Eighteenth Century to 1910's." Ph.D. diss., University of New Mexico, 1999. 570 pp. Notes: Some coverage of Indian-White relations of Pomo Indians in northern California.
Hilton, Sylvia L. "Spanish Archives." American Indian Quarterly 17(Spring 1993): 227- 243. Notes: Examines three primary Spanish archival collections that contain manuscript material from governmental agencies concerning the American Indian in the eighteenth and early nineteenth century in New Spain and other regions.
Hogan, Patrick and Lynne Sebastian. Archeology of the San Juan Breaks: The Anasazi Occupation. Albuquerque: Office of Contract Archeology, University of New Mexico, 1991. 227 pp. Notes: A report on the archaeological excavations of the Anasazi and findings in San Juan County, New Mexico.
Hohenthal, William D., Thomas C. Blackburn, Margaret Langdon, David B. Kronenfeld, and Lynn Thomas. Tipai Ethnographic Notes: A Baja California Indian Community at Mid-Century. Navato, CA: Ballena Press, 2001. 378 pp. Notes: A history of the culture of the Diegueno Indians.
Hollimon, Sandra Elaine. "Division of Labor and Gender Roles in Santa Barbara Channel Area Prehistory." Ph. D. diss., University of California, Santa Barbara, 1990. 296 pp. Notes: A study of sex roles in the Chumash Indian culture.
Houk, Rose and Tracy J. Andrews. Navajo of Canyon de Chelly: In Home God's Field. Tucson: Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, 1995. 79 pp. Notes: A short cultural history of the Navajo at Canyon de Chelly.
Howell, Todd L. "Leadership at the Ancestral Zuni Village of Hawikku." Ph.D. diss., Arizona State University, 1994. 226 pp.
Hunt, Leigh Ann. Rite of Spring: A History of the Mountain Maidu Bear Dance. Susanville, CA: Lassen County Historical Society, 1996. 93 pp. Notes: Explains the bear dance of the Maidu Indians of Lassen and Plumas counties. Originally the author's M.A. thesis, California State University, Sacramento, 1991.
Hurt, R. Douglas. The Indian Frontier, 1763-1846. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2002. Notes: Contains information about the Spanish Southwest and Alta California.
Hyland, Justin Robert. "Image, Land, and Lineage: Hunter-Gatherer Archaeology in Central Baja California, Mexico." 2 vols. Ph.D. diss., University of California, Berkeley, 1997. Notes: A study partially on rock paintings and prehistoric art in Baja California.
Jackson, Robert H. Race, Caste, and Status: Indians in Colonial Spanish America. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1999. 151 pp. Notes: Covers Baja California and Sonora Mexico.
Jacobs, Wilbur R. "Columbus, Indians, and the Black Legend." American Indian Culture and Research Journal 17:2(1993): 175-187. Notes: Reinforces the "Black Legend" of Spanish extreme cruelty towards native peoples and praises the Indian for its practice of ecology.
Jimenez, Irene. Cesteria de la Alta California. Mexico City: Museo Nacional de las Culturas, 1993. 31 pp. Notes: An exhibition catalog of California Indian baskets. In Spanish.
John, Elizabeth A.H. "An Earlier Chapter in Kiowa History." New Mexico Historical Review 60(1985): 379-397. Notes: Describes the disruption of Spanish trade because of Kiowa warfare with neighboring tribes.
____________. Storms Brewed in Other Men's Worlds: The Confrontation of Indians, Spanish, and French in the Southwest, 1540-1795. 2d ed. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1996.
____________. "Views from the Desk in Chihuahua: Manuel Merino's Report on Apaches and Neighboring Nations, ca. 1804." Southwestern Historical Quarterly 95(October 1991): 6-44.
Johnson, Ginger. Exploring the Past: A View of Southwestern Prehistory. Prescott, AZ: The Author, 1994. 169 pp. Notes: A history of the Southwest Indians and their early culture.
____________. A View of Prehistory in the Prescott Region. Prescott, AZ: The Author, 1995. 28 pp. Notes: A discussion of the early Indian culture and history in the Prescott locale.
Jones, Carleton S. "The Development of Cultural Complexity Among the Luiseno." M.A. thesis, California State University, Long Beach, 1992. 142 pp. Notes: Addresses the technological creativity of the Luiseno Indians of San Diego County as well as its customs and ecological management.
Jones, Sondra. "'Redeeming' the Indian: The Enslavement of Indian Children in New Mexico and Utah." Utah Historical Quarterly 67:3(1999): 220-241. Notes: Examines the plight of captured Indian children, sixteenth century to 1880, who were enslaved by white families.
Kankainen, Kathy. Treading in the Past: Sandals of the Anasazi. Salt Lake City: Utah Museum of Natural History and University of Utah Presss, 1995. 199 pp. Notes: The museum's catalog of its Anasazi sandal collection.
Keeling, Richard. Cry for Luck: Sacred Song and Speech Among the Yurok, Hupa, and Karok Indians of Northwestern California. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1992. 325 pp.
Kehl, Jacquelin Jensen and Linda Yamane. Ethnohistoric Genealogy Study: Tasman Corridor Light Rail Project, Santa Cruz County. San Jose: Santa Clara County Transportation Agency, 1995. 324 pp. Notes: Examines the baptismal records at Santa Clara Mission providing genealogical insight into the Costanoan Indians especially the person of Lope Inigo (1781-1864).
Kelsey, Harry. "European Impact on the California Indians, 1530-1830." Americas 41(1985): 494-511. Notes: Recounts the destruction of the California Indian by Europeans by disease, violence and cultural destruction.
Kenagy, Suzanne G. "Stepped Cloud and Cross: The Intersection of Pueblo and European Visual Symbolic Systems." New Mexico Historical Review 64(1989): 325-340. Notes: Analyzes the similarity in religious symbols, especially the cloud and cross, in Pueblo and Christian design.
Klamath Trinity Joint Unified School District. Indians of Northwest California: History/Social Science and Literature Based Curriculum Units. 2d ed. Hoopa, CA: The Author, 1999. 325 pp. Notes: Presents the folklore and basket-making activities of the Karuk Indians as a school resource. Three videos accompany the publication.
Klein, Laura F. and Lillian A. Ackerman, eds. Women and Power in Native North America. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1995. 294 pp. Notes: A collection of essays with a few on California and Southwestern Indian women and the position they held historically in their cultures.
Knowles, Gerald M. The Navajo of North America. Minneapolis: Lerner Publications Co., 2002. Notes: Presents the history, culture, and ecological management of the Navajo at the juvenile reading level.
Koerper, Henry C., John S. Killingley, and R.E. Taylor. "The Little Ice Age and Coastal Southern California Human Economy." Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 7(1985): 99-103. Notes: Details the the "Little Ice Age's" effect on the native population, 1400-1850.
Lamb, Susan. Montezuma Castle National Monument. Edited by Ron Foreman. Tucson: Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, 1993. 15 pp. Notes: An historical overview of the Sinagua Indian culture.
Lang, Harry Steve. "Agrogenesis in the American Southwest: A Coevolutionary Model of Agricultural Discovery." M.A. thesis, University of Texas, Austin, 1993. 276 pp. Notes: An historical study of agricultural practice among the Indians of the Tehucacan area especially corn crops.
Larsen, Clark Spencer, ed. Native American Demography in the Spanish Borderlands. New York: Garland Pub., 1991. 515 pp. Notes: A collection of essays on Indian population history especially in regard to disease during the Spanish colonial period.
Lavalle, Dorothy. "Batawat by the Sea: The Wiyot in McKinleyville, California." M.A. thesis, Humboldt State University, 1998. 194 pp. Notes: A study of the coastal Wiyot Indians of Humboldt County.
Lavender, David. Mother Earth, Father Sky: Pueblo Indians of the American Southwest. New York: Holiday House, 1998. 117 pp. Notes: Presents Pueblo history and culture at the juvenile reading level.
Lawlor, Elizabeth Jane. "Archaeological Site-Formation Processes Affecting Plant Remains in the Mojave Desert." Ph. D. diss., University of California, Riverside, 1995. 603 pp. Notes: Details the ecological practices of desert plants by the Paiute and Chemehuevi Indians.
Laylander, Don. Early Ethnography of the Californias, 1533-1825. Salinas, CA: Coyote Press, 2000. 214 pp. Notes: A discussion of the history of ethnological methodology and acceptance along with a history and culture of native peoples of California and Baja California.
Lazcano Sahagun, Carlos. Pa-Tai: La Historia Olvidada de Ensenada. Ensenada, Mexico: Museo de Historia de Ensenada, 2000. 175 pp. Notes: A description of archaeological findings pertaining to the Kamia Indians of Ensenada in Baja California.
Lee, Georgia and Giorgio Bacchin. A Day with a Chumash. Minneapolis: Runestone Press, 1999. 48 pp. Notes: At the juvenile reading level, a story of the daily activities of Chumash Indians who lived along the California coast.
Lekson, Stephen H. Archaeological Overview of Southwestern New Mexico: Final Draft. Santa Fe: New Mexico Historic Preservation Division, 1992. 217 pp. Notes: A study of the archaeological excavations in the Mimbres River Valley concerning the Pueblo Indians.
Leone, Carol Patricia. "When the Dancing Stopped: The Smoki People of Prescott, Arizona." M.A. thesis, Arizona State University, 1995. 75 pp. Notes: A history of Indian dance.
Leventhal, Alan. "A Reinterpretation of Some Bay Area Shellmound Sites: A View from the Mortuary Complex from Ca-Ala-329, the Ryan Mound." M.A. thesis, San Jose State University, 1993. 446 pp. Notes: Discusses the burial customs of the Costanoan Indians of the San Francisco Bay area based on archaeological evidence.
Lindgren, Axel and Ned Simmons, eds. Tsurai-Trinidad Trails: "Iya Kwe Natamer" = Greeting - Hello, My Friend. Trinidad, CA: Axel Lindgren, 1998. Notes: A compliation of articles from the Trinidad News and Views and the Trinidad Museum Society Newsletter. An historical account of the Tsurau Indian settlement in Humboldt County.
Lindford, Laurance D. Navajo Places: History, Legend, Landscape: A Narrative of Important Places on and Near the Navajo Reservation, with Notes on their Significance to Navajo Culture and History. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 2000. 353 pp. Notes: A guidebook to Navajo history, culture, place names, and mythology.
Liptak, Karen. Indians of the Southwest. New York: Facts on File, 1991. 96 pp. Notes: A history of the Southwestern Indian culture and transformation written at the juvenile reading level.
Lister, Florence Cline. Behind Painted Walls: Incidents in Southwestern Archaeology. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2000. 168 pp. Notes: A study of the history of mural painting and decoration of the Pueblos with anecdotal commentary.
____________. Prehistory in Peril: The Worst and the Best of Durango Archeology. Niwot: University Press of Colorado, 1997. 196 pp. Notes: A discussion of the archaeological excavations concerning the Pueblo Indians of the Durango region in Colorado.
Lister, Robert Hill and Florence Cline Lister. Aztec Ruins National Monument: Administrative History of an Archeological Preserve. Santa Fe: Division of History, Southwest Cultural Resources Center, 1990. 313 pp. Notes: A look at the conservation and restoration of the architecture of the Pueblo Indians with a history of the Indian culture dispersed throughout.
Loverci, Francesca. "Homo Californianus: Vicende Storiche e Letterarie." Clio [Italy] 33(1997): 5-40. Notes: Complete presentation of the history of Spanish and Mexican California concentrating on missionary and Indian interaction. In Italian.
Lugo, Alejandro. "Fragmented Lives, Assembled Goods: A Study in Maquilas, Culture, and History at the Mexican Borderlands." Ph.D. diss., Stanford University, 1995. 179 pp. Notes: A study in the quantity of collected materials by the various Indian groups.
Lund, Bill. The Apache Indians. Mankato, MN: Bridgestone Books, 1998. 24 pp. Notes: A summary history of the Apache culture and interactions with other cultural groups written at the juvenile reading level.
____________. The Chumash Indians. Mankato, MA: Bridgestone Books, 1998. Notes: Presents the Chumash culture at the juvenile reading level.
Luthin, Herbert W. Surviving Through the Days: Translations of Native California Stories and Songs. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2002. 640 pp.
Lycett, Mark Thomas. "Archaeological Implications of European Contact: Demography, Settlement, and Land Use in the Middle Rio Grande Valley, New Mexico." Ph.D. diss., University of New Mexico, 1995. 760 pp. Notes: Discusses the damaging effects Spanish settlement had on the Pueblo Indians in the sixteenth century through disease, exploitation, and cultural intrusion.
Mack, Joanne Marylynne. Klamath River Canyon Prehistory and Ethnology. Portland, OR: U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Oregon State Office, 1991. 110 pp. Notes: A study of the Shastan Indian culture.
Madrid, Roque. The Navajos in 1705: Roque Madrid's Campaign Journal. Edited by Rick Hendricks and John P. Wilson. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1996. 175 pp. Notes: A reprinting of Madrid's (1644-1723) 1705 journal that has descriptions of Navajo life and customs. Text of the journal is in Spanish, and the notes are in English.
Magnaghi, Russell M. "Plains Indians in New Mexico: The Genizaro Experience." Great Plains Quarterly 10:2(1990): 86-95. Notes: Examines the history of the Genizaros who were captured Plains Indians and became indentured servants to the Hispanics, 1681-1860.
Malinowski, Sharon, ed. The Gale Encyclopedia of Native American Tribes. 4 vols. Detroit: Gale, 1998. Notes: Volume 2 covers Southwest Indians, and volume 4 covers California Indians.
Malotki, Ekkehart. The Hopi Salt Journey: A Ritual Pilgrimage into the Grand Canyon. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1991. Notes: Discusses the historical usage of salt in Hopi Indian rites and ceremonies.
Mangum, Neil C. In the Land of Frozen Fires: A History of Occupation in El Malpais Country. Santa Fe: Southwest Cultural Resources Center, 1990. 101 pp. Notes: A discussion of Indian history found in the El Malpais National Monument, New Mexico.
Margolin, Malcolm and Jeannine Gendar, eds. California Indians and the Environment. Berkeley: Heyday Books, 1992. 24 pp. Notes: Appeared in the periodical News from Native California, Spring 1992.
____________ and Yolanda Montijo. Native Ways: California Indian Stories and Memories. Berkeley: Heyday Books, 1995. 127 pp. Notes: Written for the juvenile reading level, presents the folklore and customs of California Indians.
Martin, Debra L. Black Mesa Anasazi Health: Reconstructing Life from Patterns of Death and Disease. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, Center for Archaeological Investigations, 1991. 314 pp.
Martin, John F. "The Havasupai." Plateau 54:4(1986): 1-32. Notes: Considers the history of the Havasupai beginning in 1598 and its environmental practices and relationship with Spanish and Mexican colonial government.
Martinez, Wilfred O. Anza and Cuerrno Verde: Decisive Battle. Pueblo, CO: El Escritorio, 2001. 114 pp. Notes: Juan Bautista de Anza's (1735-1788) confrontation with the Comanche Indians.
Mathes, W. Michael. Ethnology of the Baja California Indians. New York: Garland Pub., 1992. 510 pp.
Matlock, Gary. The Archaeology and History of the Trail Canyon Ranch, Southwest Colorado. Durango, CO: Center of Southwest Studies, 1997. 109 pp. Notes: A report on excavations and historical findings at Pueblo Indian sites in the Trail Canyon region.
Matson, R.G. The Origins of Southwestern Agriculture. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1991. 356 pp. Notes: An examination of historical agricultural practices, especially corn farming, of the Pueblo Indians.
McCall, Lynne and Rosalind Perry. The Chumash People: Materials for Teachers and Students. Rev. ed. San Luis Obispo, CA: EZ Nature, 1991. 80 pp. Notes: A project of the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History.
McCarthy, James H., Frances McCarthy, James Bass, and Lori Kelly. California Indian Activities. Jackson, CA: Conceptual Productions, 1997. 50 pp. Notes: A teacher's resource aimed at the elementary and intermediate grade levels.
McCawley, William. The First Angelinos: The Gabrielino Indians of Los Angeles. Banning, CA: Maliki Museum Press; Novato, CA: Ballena, 1996. 288 pp. Notes: Covers eighteenth to nineteenth century.
McDonald, Dedra S. "Intimacy and Empire: Indian-African Interaction in Spanish Colonial New Mexico, 1500-1800." American Indian Quarterly 22(Winter/Spring 1998): 134-156. Notes: Traces the history of miscegenation between Blacks and Indians.
McIntosh, Roderick J., Joseph A. Tainter, and Susan Keech McIntosh, eds. The Way the Wind Blows: Climate, History, and Human Action. New York: Columbia University Press, 2000. 413 pp. Notes: A collection of essays with some on California and Southwest Indian culture.
McKissack, Pat. The Apache. Chicago: Childrens Press, 1984. 45 pp. Notes: An overview of Apache history and culture written at the juvenile reading level.
Miles, Dale Curtis and Paul R. Machula, eds. History of the San Carlos Apache. Rev. ed. N.p.: San Carlos Apache Historic and Cultural Preservation Office, 1998. 40 pp. Notes: A history of the Indian group found at the San Carlos Indian Reservation, Arizona.
Milliken, Randall. "An Ethnohistory of the Indian People of the San Francisco Bay Area from 1770 to 1810." University of California, Berkeley, 1991. 674 pp.
____________. A Time of Little Choice: The Disintegration of Tribal Culture in the San Francisco Bay Area, 1769-1810. Menlo Park, CA: Ballena, 1995. 364 pp.
Minear, Tish and Janet Limon. Discover Native America: Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah. New York: Hippocrene Books, 1995. 455 pp. Notes: A guidebook with history on the Southwest Indian groups.
Minnis, Paul E. Charles L. Redman, eds. Perspectives on Southwestern Prehistory. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1990. 434 pp. Notes: An investigation into Southwest Indian archaeology.
Mondragon, Lucila, Argelia Valdez, and Jacqueline Tello. Relatos Pai Pai = Kuriut' Trab Pai Pai. Mexico City: Secretaria de Educacion Publica, Coordinacion Nacional de Proyectos, 1994. 77 pp. Notes: Provides the folklore of the Paipai Indians in Baja California. In Spanish and Paipai languages.
Moss, Maria. "We've Been Here Before: Women in Creation Myths and Contemporary Literature of the Native American Southwest." Ph.D. diss., Universitat Hamburg, 1993. 212 pp. Notes: A study of Navajo and Pueblo Indian women in myths and portrayal in contemporary literature such as in works by Leslie Silko and N. Scott Momaday.
Naranjo, Tessie. "Social Change and Pottery-making at Santa Clara Pueblo." Ph.D. diss., University of New Mexico, 1992. 136 pp. Notes: Investigates the historical life and customs of Pueblo Indians and pottery-making at the Santa Clara Pueblo.
Nardo-Morgan, Angela M. "Environmental History of Sonoma Creek Watershed." M.A. thesis, Sonoma State University, 1997. 110 pp. Notes: Addresses ecological management by Indians in the Sonoma Creek Valley.
Nash, Gary B. "The Hidden History of Mestizo America." Journal of American History 82(1995): 941-964. Notes: A part of this study on racially-mixed sexual relationships and marriages is on California's early years.
Neff, Linda Stephen. "Ancient Pueblo Spinning Traditions in the Northern Southwest." M.A. thesis, Northern Arizona University, 1996. 164 pp. Notes: A study the history of cotton spinning done by the Pueblo Indians on the Colorado Plateau.
Neitzel, Jill E., ed. Great Towns and Regional Politics: In the Prehistoric American Southwest and Southeast. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1999. 325 pp. Notes: A collection of essays featuring discussions on land settlement patterns and tenure of the Native Americans.
____________. The Regional Organization of the Hohokam in the American Southwest: A Stylistic Analysis of Red-on-Buff Pottery. New York: Garland Pub., 1991. 188 pp. Notes: A revised printing of the author's dissertation (1984) that studies the settlement of the Hohokam Indian at the Snaketown archaeological site in Arizona based on pottery themes.
Newton, Don. The Beginning of the World. Los Angeles: Distributed by Arroyo Books, 1995. Notes: Creation tradition among the Indians of southern California.
Noble, David Grant. Ancient Ruins of the Southwest: An Archaeological Guide. 2d, rev. ed. Flagstaff, AZ: Northland Pub., 2000. 238 pp. Notes: An illustrated guidebook to Pueblo, Hohokam, and Anasazi Indian archaeological sites.
____________. 101 Questions about Ancient Indians of the Southwest. Tucson: Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, 1998. 31 pp. Notes: Presents the history and culture of early Southwest Indian groups at the juvenile reading level.
Norton, Jack. Genocide in Northwestern California: When Our Worlds Cried. San Francisco: Indian Historical Press, 1997. 180 pp. Notes: Details the ill treatment of the Hupa Indians.
____________. Natasha Goes to the Bush Dance. Hemet, CA: J&J Norton, 2000. 52 pp. Notes: About dances and celebrations of the Yurok Indians.
____________, Jana Norton, and Thomas Hunnicutt. A Teacher's Source Book on Genocide: The Native Experience in Northern California: The Bridge Gulch Massacre, 1852. N.p.: J&J Norton, 1998. 107 pp. Notes: A teacher's aide on the treatment of California Indians.
O'Donnell, Joan Kathryn, ed. Here, Now, and Always: Voices of the First Peoples of the Southwest. Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, 2001. 87 pp. Notes: Focuses on the cosmology and philosophy of the early Indians.
Ogle, Beverly Banner. Whisper of the Maidu: My Indian Ancestors of the Hum Bug Valley. N.p, 1998. 67 pp. Notes: An account of the Maidu Indians of Plumas County.
O'Neill, Dennis H. "The Spanish Use of Glass Beads as Pacification Gifts Among the Luiseno, Ipai, and Tipai of Southern California." Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 28:2(1992): 1-17. Notes: Describes the use of glass beads as gifts by the Spanish to facilitate peaceful interaction with the Indian groups.
Ortiz, Alfonso. The Pueblo. New York: Chelsea House, 1994. 120 pp. Notes: An overview history of the Pueblo Indian culture.
Palkovich, Ann M. "Historic Population of the Eastern Pueblos, 1540-1910." Journal of Anthropological Research 41(1985): 401-426. Notes: Analyzes demographic data for correctness and the sources for reliability.
Pasqua, Sandra M. The Navajo Nation. Mankato, MN: Bridgestone Books, 2000. 24 pp. Notes: A short history of Navajo culture written at the juvenile reading level.
Patterson, Victoria. Round Valley Ethnohistory. Arcata, CA: California Indian Conference, 1991. 18 pp. Notes: A paper delivered at the 5th Annual California Indian Conference, Arcata, California, October 13, 1989. Mostly about the Indian culture in the Round Valley Indian Reservation area.
Peregrine, Peter N., Gary M. Feinman, and Christopher K. Chase-Dunn, eds. Pre-Columbian World Systems. Madison, WI: Prehistory Press, 1996. 122 pp. Notes: A collection of essays with some on early Indian economic systems in the Southwest and Mexico.
Phillips, George Harwood. The Enduring Struggle: Indians in California History. Sparks, NV: Materials for Today's Learning, 1996. 93 pp. Notes: Addresses the ill treatment of California Indians.
____________. Indians and Intruders in Central California, 1769-1849. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1993. 223 pp.
Pinon Flores, Irais. Rectario Indigena de Baja California. Mexico City: Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes, 2000. 135 pp. Notes: Describes the foodways and cookery of the Paipai, Kiliwa, Cocopa, and K'maiai Indians for Baja California. In Spanish.
Plog, Stephen. Ancient Peoples of the American Southwest. New York: Thames and Hudson, 1997. 224 pp.
Powell, Suzanne I. The Pueblos. New York: F. Watts, 1993. Notes: A history of Pueblo Indian culture written at the juvenile reading level.
Powers, Robert P., Janet Dale Orcutt, and Genevieve N. Head. The Bandelier Archeological Survey. 2 vols. Santa Fe: Anthropology Projects, Cultural Resources Management, Intermountain Region, National Park Service, 1999. Notes: Presents the archaeological sites at Bandelier National Monument in regard to Pueblo Indian excavation.
Press, Petra. The Pueblo. Minneapolis, MN: Compass Point Books, 2001. 48 pp. Notes: A short history of Pueblo Indian culture written at the juvenile reading level.
Pritzker, Barry. Native Americans: An Encyclopedia of History, Culture, and Peoples. 2 vols. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, 1998. 409 pp. Notes: Volume 1 is on Indians from the Southwest, California, Northwest Coast, Great Basin Plateau.
Rabasa, Jose. "Aesthetics of Colonial Violence: The Massacre of Acoma in Gaspar de Villagra's Historia de la Nueva Mexico." College Literature 20(October 1993): 96-114. Notes: Examines Villagra's (died 1620) account of the massacre.
Ramenofsky, Ann F. "The Problem of Introduced Infectious Diseases in New Mexico: A.D. 1540-1680." Journal of Antropological Research 52(Summer 1996): 161-184.
Rasmussen, Karen and Craig F. Woodman. 3,000 Years of Prehistory at the Red Beach Site, CA-SDI-811, Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, California. Santa Barbara: Science Applications International Corp., 1998. 246 pp. Notes: Captures the cultural history of the California Indian at the archaeological site near the mouth of Las Flores Creek.
Reed, Annette Louise. "Neeyu Nn'ee min' Nngheeyilh Naach'aaghitlhni: Lhla't'i Deeni Tr'vmdan' Natlhsri = Rooted in the Land of Our Ancestors, We Are Strong: A Tolowa History." Ph.D. diss., University of California, Berkeley, 1999. 205 pp. Notes: An ethnohistory of the Tolowa Indians of California.
Reed, Marjorie. Hopi Lifestyle and Historical Events: Ten Reproductions of Paintings. Carefree, AZ: The Author, 1990? Notes: A booklet that presents photos of the paintings that illustrate the cultural activities of the Hopi Indian in Arizona.
Reid, J. Jefferson and Stephanie Michelle Whittlesey. The Archaeology of Ancient Arizona. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 1997. 297 pp. Notes: A discussion of the cultural history of the Pueblo Indians as found in archaeological excavations in Arizona.
Rivers, Betty J., Robert O. Gibson, and Glenn Farris. A Line Through the Past: Historical and Ethnographic Background for the Branch Canal. San Luis Obispo: San Luis Obispo County Archaeological Society, 2000. 146 pp. Notes: Provides ethnogeography information of the Salinan and Chumash Indians in San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara counties.
Roberts, Alexa, Richard M. Begay, and Klara B. Kelley. Bitsiis Nineezi = The River of Neverending Life: Navajo History and Cultural Resources of the Grand Canyon and the Colorado River. Window Rock, AZ: Navajo Nation Historic Preservation Dept., 1995. 181 pp. Notes: An environmental study of water resource development at Glen Canyon and Navajo property rights.
Roberts, David. In Search of the Old Ones: Exploring the Anasazi World of the Southwest. New York: Touchstone, 1996. 271 pp.
Robinson, John W., Bruce D. Risher, and Elna S. Bakker. The San Jacintos: The Mountain Country from Banning and Borrego Valley. Arcadia, CA: Big Santa Anita Historical Society, 1993. 252 pp. Notes: Contains some information on the history of the Cahuilla Indians.
Robison, John Kelly. "Agriculture and Economy at Acoma Pueblo, 1598-1821." M.A. thesis, University of Montana, 1992. 133 pp. Notes: Has some information on Franciscan mission agriculture.
____________. "Phoenix on the Mesa: Acoma Pueblo During the Spanish Colonial Period, 1500-1821." Ph.D. diss., Oklahoma State University, 1997. 372 pp. Notes: Traces the struggle of the Acoma Indians in reaction to Spanish treatment and their resiliency to reestablish themselves many times throughout the long colonial period.
Rogers, Daniel and Samuel M. Wilson, eds. Ethnohistory and Archaeology: Approaches to Postcontact Change in the Americas. New York: Plenum Press, 1993. 237 pp. Notes: Papers presented at the 1988 conference of the Society for American Archaeology held at Phoenix on the acculturation of the Indian with some essays on New Spain and the Southwest.
Roper, Beryl Cain. Trementina Revisted. Clarendon, TX: Aquamarine Publications, 1994. 81 pp. Notes: Addresses the Trementina Indian ruins in New Mexico discussing the life and customs of the Indians who lived there.
Rosales-Lopez, Alfonso and Harumi Fujita. La Antigua California Prehispanica: La Vida Costera en El Conchalito. Mexico City: Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia, 2000. 172 pp. Notes: Provides information on the customs, especially funeral customs, of the Baja California Indians at the Conchalito archaeological site.
Rosenthal, Jeffrey S. "A Cultural Chronology for Solano County, California." M.A. thesis, Sonoma State University, 1996. 74 pp. Notes: There are entries in the historical chronology for Indians of the county.
Ross, Pamela. The Pueblo Indians. Mankato, MN: Bridgestone Books, 1999. Notes: A short history of Pueblo culture written at the juvenile reading level.
Rothrock, David P. The 1837 Navajo Attack on Oraibi: As Recorded by a Petroglyph in Cottonwood Canyon, Carbon County, Utah. Silver City, NM: The Author, 1994. 21 pp. Notes: A short account of the Navajo and Hopi conflict.
____________. Petroglyph Record of Awatovi Exiles in Petrified Forest, Arizona. Silver City, NM: The Author, 1994. 23 pp. Notes: A short account of the Hopi driving an Indian group from the Awatovi settlement, 1680-1693.
____________. Petroglyph Record of the Mask Cult in Utah. Silver City, NM: The Author, 1994. 39 pp. Notes: A short study of the Pueblo Indian fertility cult.
Ryan, MaryEllen. "A Well Looking Affable People - ": The Ohlone of Aulintak/Santa Cruz and Their Predecessors. Santa Cruz, CA: City of Santa Cruz Planning Department, 2000. 16 pp. Notes: An historical narrative of the Ohlone Indians, who once lived in the Santa Cruz area, to accompany an historical planning document.
Salmon, Roberto Mario. Indian Revolts in Northern New Spain: A Synthesis of Resistance, 1680-1786. Landham, MD: University Press of America, 1991. 145 pp.
Samuels, David William. "A Sense of the Past: Music, Place, and History on the San Carlos Apache Reservation." Ph.D. diss., University of Texas, Austin, 1998. 406 pp. Notes: A study of the Apache Indians at the San Carlos Reservation, Arizona, their history and culture.
Sando, Joe S. Pope, Architect of the First American Revolution, August 10, 1680. Santa Fe: Clear Light Publishers, 1998. Notes: Examines Indian rebel Pope's (1630-1688) role in the Pueblo Revolt of 1680 in New Mexico.
____________. Pueblo Profiles: Cultural Identity Through Centuries of Change. Santa Fe: Clear Light, 1998. 324 pp. Notes: History of the Pueblo Indians beginning 1680.
Santella, Andrew. The Apache. New York: Children's Press, 2001. 47 pp. Notes: A history of Apache culture written at the juvenile reading level.
Sayers, Charles Leroy and John Peabody Harrington. The Spirit-Soaring Drum: An Account of the American Mutsun Indians of San Juan Bautista, California, from the Field Notes of John Peabody Harrington, the Juan 1920 Report. San Jose: California Landmark Publications, 1993. Notes: Addresses the culture of the Costanoan Indians of San Benito County.
Schroder, Susan, ed. Native Resistance and the Pax Colonial in New Spain. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1998. 200 pp. Notes: A collection of essays on Indian resistance and rebellion in New Spain concentrating on five such incidents.
Schwartz, Richard. The Circle of Stones: An Investigation of the Circle of Stones in Stampede Valley, Sierra County, California. Salinas, CA: Coyote Press, 1995. 62 pp. Notes: Examines the possible reasons for the circle of stones assembled by Indians in the area.
Scott, Brandy Berlin. "'Trapped Between Two Worlds': A Comparative Study of Comanche Reactions to Spanish New Mexico and the Republic of Texas." M.A. thesis, Georgia Southern University, 1997. 118 pp.
Scurlock, Dan, Peggy A. Gerow, and David Kammer. The Cultural Resources of Tome Hill: A Multidisciplinary Investigation. Albuquerque: Office of Contract Archeology, University of New Mexico, 1995. 215 pp. Notes: Focuses on the archaeological excavations at Tome Hill, New Mexico concerning the Pueblo Indians and tribal culture and history.
Sebastian, Lynne. The Chaco Anasazi: Sociopolitical Evolution in the Prehistoric Southwest. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1992. 181 pp. Notes: Examines the archaeological evidence found at Chaco Canyon, New Mexico and presents and offers a history of Anasazi social and political culture.
Seltzer-Kelly, Deborah L. "Healing the Body/Healing the Cosmos: The Role of the Indigenous Healer in Seventeenth-Century Mexico as Seen in Hernando Ruiz de Alarcon's 'Treatise on the Heathen Superstitions that Today Live Among the Indians Native to This New Spain, 1629.'" M.A. thesis, University of Nevada, Reno, 2000. 69 pp. Notes: Assesses Alarcon's treatise in regard to methods used by the healers and their relationship to the person and the cosmos.
Sherrow, Victoria. The Hopis: Pueblo People of the Southwest. Brookfield, CT: Millbrook Press, 1993. 64 pp. Notes: A short historical treatment of Hopi culture written at the juvenile reading level.
Simmons, William S. "Indian Peoples of California." California History 76:2-3(1997): 48-77. Notes: An assessment of the written resources concerning the California Indian from 1820 to 1940, their importance, and the significance of the anthropological interviews of Indians in the 1930s.
Sitka, Lisa. Indians of the Southwest: Traditions, History, Legends, and Life. Philadelphia: Courage Books, 1997. 64 pp. Notes: A history of Southwest Indian culture written at the juvenile reading level.
Smith, Dottie. The History of the Indians of Shasta County. Redding, CA: The Author, 1995. 224 pp.
Smith, Lillian. "A Fourth Chumash Inscribed Basket with a Design from a Spanish Colonial Coin." Ventura County Historical Society Quarterly 34(Summer 1987): 12-21.
Sneve, Virginia Driving Hawk. The Navajos: A First Americans Book. Needham, MA: Silver Burdett Ginn, 1996. 32 pp. Notes: A short history of the Navajo culture written at the juvenile level.
Sozzi, Lionello. "Le Californie Selve: Un'utipia Leopardiana." Annali della Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa: Classe di Lettere e Filosofia [Italy} 15(1985): 187-232. Notes: Examines Giacomo Leopardi's works of 1822-24 in regard to "wild Californians" or savages, his resource material and his image of the California Indian. In Italian.
Spencer, Victoria. "Culture and Built Form: Change and Continuity in a Hopi Village." M.A. thesis, Northern Arizona University, 1998. 98 pp. Notes: A study of Hopi historical architecture found at Kykotsmovi, Arizona
Stephenson, Claude D. "A Comparative Analysis of Matachines Music and Its History and Dispersion in the American Southwest." Ph.D. diss., University of New Mexico, 2001. 302 pp. Notes: An examination of the origins, history and music of the Matachines dance that is exclusive to the Southwest.
Sterling, Clarence R. "Chumash Wind Instruments." Ventura County Historical Society Quarterly 34(Summer 1989): entire issue.
Stewart, Melissa. The Navajo. New York: Children's Press, 2002. Notes: A short history on Navajo culture written at the juvenile reading level.
Stockel, H. Henrietta. The Lightning Stick: Arrows, Wounds, and Indian Legends. Reno: University of Nevada Press, 1995. 131 pp. Notes: Covers Southwest Indians, their weapons and injuries.
____________. Survival of the Spirit: Chiricahua Apaches in Captivity. Reno: University of Nevada Press, 1993. 331 pp. Notes: Discusses the religious and medical practices of captive Chiricahua Apaches.
Stodder, Ann Lucy Wiener. "Paleoepidemiology of Eastern and Western Pueblo Communities in Protohistoric New Mexico." Ph.D. diss., University of Colorado, 1990. 398 pp. Notes: A study of disease propagation among the ancient Pueblo Indian groups.
Stoffle, Richard W. Piapxa 'Uipi (Big River Canyon): Southern Paiute Ethnographic Resource Inventory and Assessment for Colorado River Corridor, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Utah and Arizona, and Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona: Final Report. Tucson: Bureau of Applied Research in Anthropology, University of Arizona, 1994. 358 pp.
Stone, Glenn Davis and Christian E. Downum. " Non-Boserupian Ecology and Agricultural Risk: Ethnic Politics and Land Control in the Arid Southwest." American Anthropologist 101(March 1999): 113-128. Notes: Assesses Ester Boserup's concept of ecology and agriculture risk among the Singua and Cohonina cultures and its affect on population.
Stott, Jon C. "Native Tales and Traditions in Books for Children." American Indian Quarterly 16(1992): 373-380. Notes: Gives insight into children's books on Indian themes with one book being about California Indians.
Sutton, Imre. "The Cartographic Factor in Indian Land Tenure: Some Examples from Southern California." American Indian Culture and Research Journal 12:2(1988): 53-80. Notes: Assesses the value of maps in determining Indian land tenure providing specific examples of such sources concerning the Indians of
Sutton, Mark Q. and Robert M. Yoche. "Perishable Artifacts from Cave No. 5, Providence Mountains, California." Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 10(1988): 117-123. Notes: Examines Indian artifacts of a perishable nature discovered in San Bernardino County from the late 1700s and 1800s.
____________ and Eric W. Ritter. "Two Cast-Iron Pots from Aboriginal Contexts in Southern California." Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology 9(1987): 289-292. Notes: Provides a description of pieces of iron pots found at two Indian sites in San Diego County.
Swan-Jackson, Alys. The Apaches and Pueblo Peoples of the Southwest. Oxford: Heinemann, 1996. 48 pp.
Sweet, Jill D. and Karen E. Larson. "The Horse, Santiago, and a Ritural Game: Pueblo Indian Responses to Three Spanish Introductions." Western Folklore 53(January 1994): 69-85. Notes: Addresses three Spanish customs adopted by the Pueblo Indians, which were the usage of the horse, the honoring of the saint Santiago Matamoros, and a game played while riding a horse, "pulling the rooster."
Taylor, William B. and Franklin Pease G.Y., eds. Violence, Resistance, and Survival in the Americas: Native Americans and the Legacy of Conquest. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1994. 296 pp. Notes: A collection of essays that includes coverage of New Spain's Indian policies.
Teixeira, Lauren S. The Costanoan/Ohlone Indians of the San Francisco and Montery Bay Area: A Research Guide. Menlo Park, CA: Ballena, 1997. 130 pp. Notes: Covers 1769-1810.
Thorne, Tanis C. The Campoodie of Nevada City: The Story of a Rancheria. Nevada City, CA: Sansoucci Publications, 2000. 50 pp. Notes: A short history of the Maidu Indians in the region.
Thornton, Lawrence. Ghost Woman. New York: Ticknor & Fields, 1992. Notes: Historical fiction of an Indian woman in the Santa Barbara area. Republished in 1999 by the University of California Press.
Tiller, Veronica E. Velarde. The Jicarilla Apache Tribe: A History. Rev. ed. Albuquerque: BowArrow Pub. Co., 2000. 289 pp. Notes: Has an account of the early tribal years.
Titchenal, Paul Brooks. "A Chronology for Glass Beads from California and the Western Great Basin." M.A. thesis, California State University, Chico, 1994. 141 pp. Notes: Examines glass bead from Indian archaeological sites and places them in a production timeline.
Towner, Ronald H. The Archaeology of Navajo Origins. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 1996. 322 pp. Notes: A large collection of essays discussing early Navajo culture.
Trafzer, Clifford E. American Indians as Cowboys. Newcastle, CA: Sierra Oaks Pub. Co., 1992. 80 pp. Notes: The concentration is on the California Indian and his activity in the cattle business.
Trierweiler, William Nicholas. Prehistoric Tewa Economy: Modeling Subsistence Production on the Pajarito Plateau. New York: Garland Pub., 1990. 296 pp.
True, D.L. "Bedrock Milling Elements as Indicators of Subsistence and Settlement Patterns in Northern San Diego County, California." Pacific Coast Archaeological Society Quarterly 29:2(1993): 1-26. Notes: Describes the hand tools used by California Indians to process acorns which provides insight into the culture, beginning in the fifteenth century.
Trujillo, Octaviana V. "The Yaqui of Guadalupe, Arizona: A Century of Cultural Survival Through Trilingualism." American Indian Culture and Research Journal 22:4(1998): 67-88. Notes: Chronicles the Yaqui Indians' desire to preserve their language beginning in the early 1700s while speaking Spanish and English as well.
Turner, Wilson G. and Wes Chambers. The Halloran Spring Petroglyphs. Redlands, CA: San Bernardino County Museum, 1991. 45 pp. Notes: A discussion of the Indian petroglyths in the Mojave Desert. Originally published in the Quarterly of the San Bernadino County Museum Association, vol. 38, Spring 1991.
Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad Juarez. El Contacto Entre les Espanoles e Indigenas en el Norte de la Nueva Espana. Juarez, Mexico: The Author, 1992. 215 pp. Notes: A collection of essays on Indian-European contact and interaction in New Spain. In Spanish.
University of Pennsylvania Museum. Pomo Indian Basket Weavers: Their Baskets and the Art Market. Philadelphia: The Museum, 1998. 48 pp. Notes: Published as a special issue of the museum's periodical Expedition and accompanied the museum's traveling exhibit.
Vane, Sylvia Brakke. "California Indians, Historians, and Ethnographers." California History 71(1992): 324-341. Notes: After examining the resources available to research the California Indian, the author concludes that there is an abundance trove of excellent materials especially anthropological work including oral history interviews don since the 1870s.
Vale, Thomas R., ed. Fire, Native Peoples, and the Natural Landscape. Washington, DC: Island Press, 2002. 315 pp. Notes: A collection of essays on fire ecology and Indians with coverage of California and the Southwest.
VanHoak, Stephen P. "Waccara's Utes: Native American Equestrian Adaptations in the Eastern Great Basin, 1776-1876." Utah Historical Quarterly 67(1999): 309-330. Notes: Surveys the Utes usage of horses in their nomadic existence of their sparsely populated region, a part of Mexico, ending ultimately with violent interaction with Mormon settlers.
Vargas, Victoria D. "Copper Bell Trade Patterns in the Prehistoric Greater American Southwest." M.A. thesis, University of Oklahoma, 1994. 134 pp.
Verano, John W. and Douglas H. Ubelaker, eds. Disease and Demography in the Americas. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Press, 1992. 294 pp. Notes: A collection of symposium (Seeds of Change, National Museum of Natural History) essays on Indian populations and disease with coverage of New Spain and the Southwest.
Vierra, Bradley J. and Clara Gualtieri, eds. Current Research on the Late Prehistory and Early History of New Mexico. Albuquerque: New Mexico Archaeological Council, 1992. 353 pp. Notes: A collection of conference papers held at the University of New Mexico in 1988, sponsored by the council.
Vivian, R. Gwinn. The Chacoan Prehistory of the San Juan Basin. San Diego: Academic Press, 1990. 523 pp. Notes: An extensive history based on archaeological evidence found at the Pueblo Indian sites along the San Juan River basin in Colorado, Utah, and New Mexico - Chaco Culture National Historical Park.
Walker, Phillip L. and Travis Hudson. Chumash Healing: Changing Health and Medical Practices in an American Indian Society. Banning, CA: Malki Museum Press, 1993. 161. Notes: A history of the Chumash folk medicine.
Warner, Richard R. "An Ethnohistory of the Coras of the Sierra del Nayar." 2 vols. Ph.D. diss., University of California, Santa Cruz, 1998. Notes: A study of the Cora Indians of Nayarit, Mexico.
Weber, David J., ed. What Caused the Pueblo Revolt of 1680? Boston: Bedford/St. Martin's, 1999. 132 pp. Notes: A selection of readings concerning the revolt in New Mexico.
Webster, Laurie Diane. "Effects of European Contact on Textile Production and Exchange in the North American Southwest: A Pueblo Case Study." Ph.D. diss., University of Arizona, 1997. 815 pp. Notes: Traces the evolution of Pueblo Indian textiles during two hundred years of Spanish authority and examines textile production and exchange prior to Spanish rule, effect of Spanish colonial policies and Pueblo adaptation to keep the textile industry productive.
Wehkamp, Tim. "A Selected Guide to Sources on New Mexico Indians in the Modern Period." New Mexico Historical Review 60(1985): 435-444. Notes: A bibliography of secondary sources.
Weinstein, Laurie Lee, ed. Native Peoples of the Southwest: Negotiating Land, Water, and Ethnicities. Westport, CT: Bergin & Garvey, 2001. 252 pp. Notes: A collection of essays on Southwestern Indian history, conflict with European settlement, and compromising arrangements.
Welch, James R. "Sprouting Valley: An Historical Ethnobotany of the Potter Valley Pomo Based on Research by Dr. John W. Hudson." M.A. thesis, Sonoma State University, 2000. 309 pp. Notes: Examines the ethnobotanical catalog of the Pomo Indian created by John Wilz Napier Hudson (1857-1936).
When Cultures Meet: Remembering San Gabriel del Ynge Oweenge. Santa Fe: Sunstone, 1987. 96 pp. Notes: Centers on settlement of the Pueblo Indians in north central New Mexico.
Whitmore, Thomas M. Disease and Death in Early Colonial Mexico: Simulating Amerindian Depopulation. Boulder: Westview Press, 1992. 261 pp.
Wilkenson, Charles F. Fire on the Plateau: Conflict and Endurance in the American Southwest. Washington, DC: Island Press, 1999. 402 pp. Notes: Addresses the confrontation of the Indians on the Colorado Plateau and settlement.
Williams, Rosalie. Reflections on Native American Heritage in New Mexico. Albuquerque: City of Albuquerque Human Rights Office, 1999. 23 pp. Notes: Short history of the contributions Native Americans made to New Mexico.
Wilson, Darryl Babe. The Morning the Sun Went Down. Berkeley: Heyday Books, 1998. 178 pp. Notes: Provides customs and biographies of Achomawi and Atsugewi Indians of California.
Winter, Joseph C., ed. Tobacco Use by Native North Americans: Sacred Smoke and Silent Killer. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2000. 454 pp. Notes: A compilation of essays with some on the Indians of California, Mexico, and the Southwest.
Wozniak, Frank J., Meade F. Kemrer, and Charles M. Carrillo. History and Ethnohistory Along the Rio Chama. Albuquerque: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 1992. 195 pp. Notes: A history of Indian culture found in the Rio Chama region of Colorado and New Mexico.
Wright, Richard Bothwell. "Art Historical and Archaeological Approaches to Stylistic Theory and Cultural Interpretation to Precontact Ceramic Decoration." Ph.D. diss., University of Virginia, 1992. 532 pp. Notes: The study centers on historical Pueblo Indian pottery design.
Wroth, William, ed. Ute Indian Arts and Culture. Colorado Springs: Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, 2000. 248 pp. Notes: A collection of essays to accompany the exhibition at the Taylor Museum, Colorado Springs, held in 2000.
Yasin, Nader R. The Roots of Healing: Ethnomedical Adaptation of the Ohlone Indians. Santa Clara: Santa Clara University, Department of Anthropology and Sociology, 1995. 50 pp. Notes: A look at the traditional folk medicine of the Ohlone (Costanoan Indians) of California and its history.
Yetman, David. The Guarijos of the Sierra Madre: Hidden People of Northwestern Mexico. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2002. Notes: A history of the Guarijio Indians in Mexico and their subsistence economy and ecological practices.
Yoder, Walter D. The Big New Mexico Activity Book. Albuquerque: The Author, 1991. 87 pp. Notes: A workbook for youth on the art, pottery, and history of Indian culture in New Mexico.
Yohe, Robert M. "Reevaluation of Western Great Basin Cultural Chronology and Evidence for the Timing of the Introduction of the Bow and Arrow to Eastern California Based on New Excavations at the Rose Spring Site (CA-INY-372)." Ph.D. diss., University of California, Riverside, 1993. 306 pp.
Zurita, Alonso de. Relacion de los Senores de la Nueva Espana. Edited by German Vazquez. Madrid: Historia 16, 1992. 222 pp. Notes: A reprinting of Zurita's (1512-1585) account on the treatment of Indians in New Spain by the Spanish government. In Spanish.