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Papers of Carlos Montezuma, M.D.

(Microfilm Edition)

American Historical Association

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Carlos Montezuma (born c.1866-1923), was a medical doctor, a nationally known fighter for Native American rights, and an unrelenting gadfly to the United States Indian Bureau, with which he spent seven years as a physician. He was a Yavapai-Apache activist and a founding member of the Society of American Indians. Also, including the Papers of Maria Keller Montezuma Moore and the Papers of Joseph W. Latimer.

9 reels, 117-page guide

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Wassaja (Carlos Montezuma) c. 1905-1910, Courtesy University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


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