Chapter 3, Note 35 (pages 59 and 235)

Turner’s use of the word “extermination” would have considerable contemporary and lasting influence. (p. 59) …for additional sources and discussion of the framing of Yaqui in history in terms of genocide, extermination, et cetera. (p. 235)   Comparative genocide studies are complex, and application of the word “genocide” is not …

Chapter 3, Note 82 (pages 67 and 237)

Working against them, however, were the never-ending warfare and threats to Americans’ economic interests in Sonora. (p. 67) …for sample reports of Yaqui-Mexico warfare that circulated throughout the United States and Arizona. (p. 237)   This looming chaos – regular publicizing of never-ending warfare, intermittent declarations of peace quickly broken …