ERIC Number: ED103171
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973
Reference Count: N/A
A Photographic Essay of the San Carlos Apache Indians, Volume 2-Part A.
Soto, Ed; And Others
As part of a series of guides designed for instruction of American Indian children and youth, this resource guide constitutes a pictorial essay on the San Carlos Apache Reservation founded in the late 1800's and located in Arizona's Gila County. An historical narrative and discussion questions accompany each of the 12 photographs. Photographic topics include: (1) Old San Carlos, 1887 (wikiups on a barren landscape); (2) Boarding School Children (two pictures illustrating Bureau of Indian Affairs' influence on Apache dress); (3) Women Building a Wickiup (narrative describes construction of the wickiup with emphasis on "women's work"); (4) Apache Scouts (a brief source of employment); (5) Ration Day--Late 1880's (the long line and day long wait for food on the reservation); (6) The Changing Woman Ceremony--1900-1970 (comparison of the four-day puberty ceremony); (8) Woman with Tip of Nose Cut Off--1880's (a form of punishment for unfaithfulness); (9) Campsites (selection criteria); (10) The Women with Baskets--1880 (burden baskets, storage jars, pitch covered water jars, and bowls); (11) "Dude" (David Longstreet, an Apache scout); and (12) Women Carrying Hay (the division of labor according to sex). (JC)
Descriptors: American Indians, Art Products, Boarding Schools, Clothing, Cultural Context, Elementary Secondary Education, Essays, History, Housing, Instructional Materials, Photographs, Resource Materials, Social Studies
Bureau of School Services, College of Education, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona 85721 ($1.25)
Publication Type: Guides - General
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Bureau of Elementary and Secondary Education (DHEW/OE), Washington, DC. Div. of Compensatory Education.
Authoring Institution: Arizona Univ., Tucson. Bureau of School Services.; Rice Elementary School District 20, San Carlos, AZ.