Chapter 2, Note 38 (pages 48 and 232)

For many Arizonans, the regular reports of Yaqui trouble south of the line (and even violence or criminal activities crossing north of the line) left lasting imprints on perceptions and prejudices they bore in future encounters with Yaqui immigrants and refugees (p. 48)

…for additional sources (p. 232n38)

The sources included in Chapter 2, Note 38 provide sources from Arizona. Below are a broader range of sources:

  • Sacramento Daily Record, January 18, 1888, 4.
  • Southwest-Sentinel (Silver City, NM), February 20, 1894, 3.
  • Mexican Indians,” Salt Lake Herald, November 30, 1894.
  • “Fired Upon by Yaquis,” San Francisco Call, August 23, 1897.
  • “Victory of the Yaquis After Fighting Fourteen Years,” San Francisco Call, December 26, 1897, 21.
  • “Mexico is Now Waging a War of Extermination,” San Francisco Call, August 6, 1899, 1.
  • “Indians and Mexican Troops in Battle,” San Francisco Call, August 9, 1899, 3.
  • Mayos May Join in the Yaqui War,” San Francisco Call, August 9, 1899, 3.
  • “How the Yaqui Indians Brutally Murdered Two Americans,” San Francisco Call, August 13, 1899, 21.
  • “Yaqui Plot to Destroy a Mexican Town: Inhabitants were to be Murdered and the City Burned,” San Francisco Call, August 13, 1899, 3.
  • The Evening Bulletin (Maysville, KY), May 2, 1901.
  • ”Indians on the War Path,” Butte Inter Mountain (MT), May 30, 1902, 2.

In addition, consider reports of cross-border violence. These offer a good sample of borderlanders’ heighted fears of and anger of the Yaqui presence in Arizona.

  • Great Falls Tribune, December 22, 1887, 1.
  • “Attacked by the Yaqui Indians: Arizona People Have a Very Interesting Time,” Salt Lake Herald, August 13, 1896, 3.
  • “Movements of the Yaquis at Nogales, Arizona: They Worry Settlers,” Salt Lake Herald., August 14, 1896, 7.
  • “United States Troops Kill Three of the Indian Murderers,” San Francisco Call, August 19, 1896, 3.
  • “Will the Indians Fight,” Graham Guardian, May 13, 1898, 1.
  • “Troops to the Front,” Salt Lake Herald, August 4, 1899, 2.
  • “Threaten to Cross Border: Uprising of Yaqui’s Causing Uneasiness in Arizona,” Lincoln County Leader (Toledo, OR), August 11, 1899, 7.
  • Arizona Weekly Citizen, August 22, 1896, 2.
  • “Tortured by Yaquis,” Albuquerque Daily Citizen (NM), August 22, 1901.
  • “Denied by Mining Men,” The Daily Pioneer (Bemidgi, MN), December 9, 1903, 2.
  • “Yaqui Scare Near Home,” The Oasis (Arizola, AZ), October 14, 1905, 10.
  • “Yaquis Refuse to be Quiet,” Bisbee Daily Review, January 26, 1906, 8.
  • ”Half Dozen Go to Stop 50 Yaquis,” Rock Island Argus (IL), August 11, 1908, 1.
  • “Yaquis on the Warpath,” Pacific Commercial Advertiser, Agusut 16, 1908, 1.
  • “Engineer Murdered by Yaquisin Arizona,” Omaha Daily Bee, October 12, 1911, 1.
  • “Yaquis Repoted to Have Raided Town,” The Copper Era and Morenci Leader (Clifton, AZ), December 27, 1912, 1.
  • Honolulu Star-Bulletin (HI), December 5, 1913, 8; “Hill Fires More Shots into U.S.,” Bisbee Daily Review, October 7, 1914, 2.
  • “Fire Returned by Americans,” The Democrat Banner (Mt. Vernon, OH), October 13, 1914, 1.
  • “Yaquis Kill Three Americans,” El Paso Herald (TX), December 11, 1914, 1.
  • “Planned to Make Raid on Douglas,” Arizona Republican, May 4, 1916, 1.

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