NATIVE AMERICANS IN THE GRAND CANYON REGION
Native Americans of the Grand Canyon region and issues concerning their cultures and activities in the canyon, on the Colorado River, and in the national park, monuments and forests; other activities and concerns in the immediate region; and specific publications relating to cultures particularly of the traditional recent residents of Grand Canyon
OVERVIEW. This part focuses on documents that pertain to the Havasupai and Hualapai tribes, traditional recent residents of the Grand Canyon, including social and other concerns of these tribes, and activities on behalf of these indigenous peoples. Other Native American tribes are included in this part only with respect to their activities in or at the Grand Canyon or with respect to the canyon in their heritage. Items relating to tribal cultural claims to the Colorado River are also included. Anthropological studies in general, which include the Havasupai and Hualapai in particular, are also listed here.
With an Appendix: Coverage of The Weekly Supai News and The Supai News (1957-1959)
Bibliography of Native Americans Traditionally Associated with the Grand Canyon
Arranged by tribal group: Havasupai Tribe, Hopi Tribe, Hualapai Tribe, Kaibab Band of Paiute Indians and Regional Paiute Bands, Navajo Nation, Pueblo of Zuni, Yavapai–Apache Nation, Unaffilitated Tribes, Native Americans Generally
This bibliography, based principally on Part 17 of THE GRAND CANON, includes pertinent citations from other parts of the bibliography. It is arranged by tribal group, as shown above. It also includes the appendix noted above. (Also accessible through the "OTHER SPECIAL BIBLIOGRAPHIES" tab.)