A History of Mescalero Apache - U.S. Army Encounters in Dog Canyon, New Mexico: 1849-1880
Author(s): Julio L. Betancourt
This paper surveys the literature and chronicles the interactions between the U.S. Army and the Mescalero Apache in Dog Canyon, New Mexico during the period between 1849 - 1880. It also provides a small amount of background information on earlier interactions with Native Americans in the area.
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A History of Mescalero Apache - U.S. Army Encounters in Dog Canyon, New Mexico: 1849-1880. Julio L. Betancourt. In Cultural Resources on the Lincoln National Forest. Albuquerque, New Mexico: USDA Forest Service, Southwest Region. 1981 ( tDAR id: 37123) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8542PJ7
Apache • Cultural Resource • Historic Overview / Synthesis-Project Specific • Historic Resource Study • History • Significance / Management • Site Settlement • Statement For Management • U.S. Army encounters • U.S. - Indian relations
Calendar Date: 1825 to 1899
min long: -106.179; min lat: 32.319 ; max long: -105.157; max lat: 33.226 ;
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Prepared By(s): National Forest Service, Southwestern Region, Albuquerque, NM
NADB document id number(s): 921767
NADB citation id number(s): 000000120226
General Note: Sent from: USDA, FS, Southwestern Region, Albuquerque, NM
General Note: Submitted to: USDA, FS, Southwestern Region, Albuquerque, NM. Originally this record was automatically added to tDAR from NADB. In 2014, a copy of the document was added and the record metadata was updated.
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