Table of contents for Carlos Montezuma, M.D., a Yavapai American hero : the life and times of an American Indian, 1866-1923 / Leon Speroff.


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A biography tells a person's story, but it should also bring to the reader an 
understanding 
of the person. Although there is an archival blizzard of Montezuma details, 
everything is not 
available; too much is unknown. And so our understanding cannot be complete, our 
view of 
the man must be at least slightly wrong. A lesser man would remain obscured, but 
Montezuma was a substantial man, a man of import and impact. The force of the man 
comes 
through, and by viewing him through the history that surrounded him, we are able 
to know 
Carlos Montezuma, M.D.
CHAPTER ONE
	Captured by Pima Warriors						   1
CHAPTER TWO
	Purchased by Gentile, Buffalo Bill, Ghost Dancers and Wounded Knee Creek   24
CHAPTER THREE
	Richard Henry Pratt, the Carlisle Indian Industrial School, 
	Assimilation and Allotment						 44
CHAPTER FOUR
	Montezuma's Youth: Through Good Friends and by My Personal Effort	 87
CHAPTER FIVE
	Becoming a Doctor: I Am Ready to Do Anything				 100
CHAPTER SIX
	Yours in the Cause: Working for the Bureau, from North Dakota 
	to Nevada to Washington to Pennsylvania					 127
CHAPTER SEVEN
	Chicago		  146
CHAPTER EIGHT
	Montezuma in Private Practice: Do Not Fail Me, Doctor!		   175
CHAPTER NINE
	Zitkala-Sa: Let Me Wish the Day's Sunshine May Enter Your Soul - 
	I Am Your Friend		 206
CHAPTER TEN
	Freemasonry: Call Me Brother	 247
CHAPTER ELEVEN
	Rediscovering the Yavapai: They're All Related to Me	 258
CHAPTER TWELVE
	Land and Water Rights: Dear Cousin, We Need Your Help	 277
CHAPTER THIRTEEN
	National Indian Organizations: I Am Not Here to Fight	 332
CHAPTER FOURTEEN
	WASSAJA, Montezuma's Newsletter	 382
CHAPTER FIFTEEN
	Marriage to My Dovie	 396
CHAPTER SIXTEEN
	World War I: Is This Justice?	 408
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN
	Tuberculosis and Death on the Reservation	 429
CHAPTER EIGHTEEN
	Citizenship: You Must Free All the Indians	 454
EPILOGUE					 458
Chapter References	 461
Illustration Acknowledgments	 523
Bibliography	 529
Microfilm Collections	 529
Books	 531
Book Chapters	 534
Dissertations	 536
Journal Articles	 537
Magazine Articles	 539
Newspaper Articles	 540
Index									              542
Maps
Location of Arizona Indian Tribes				 4
Yavapai Trail of Tears				 18
Arizona Territory				 			   25, 260
Sioux Reservations				 42
Chicago Portage				 147
Chicago				 154
World's Columbian Exposition				 160
Montezuma's Offices and Homes				 191
Fort McDowell Reservation				 282
Arizona Reservations				 285
Arizona Lakes and Dams				 326
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Montezuma, Carlos, 1866-1923, Indian physicians United States Biography