Chapter 7, Note 18 (pages 146 and 255)

A subsequent “pacification” campaign involved twenty thousand Mexican troops, airplane bombings of Yaqui strongholds, deportation of Yaqui insurgents (to  Mexico City, Mérida, Veracruz, and Tlaxcala), and an oppressive Mexican army occupation of Yaqui territory. (pp. 145-146) Chapter 7, Note 18 . . . for sources and discussion of US reports …

Chapter 9, Note 83 (pages 197 and 270)

In the years following the recognition and reservation allotment, the struggles of securing food and clothing (especially in winter), establishing successful agriculture, and aiding or enrolling related non-reservation Crees, Chippewas, and Métis, made for many battles, and Native leaders continued to seek support from trusted allies. (p. 197) Chapter 9, …