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Contents 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