Letter to Montezuma From Cousin Charles Dickens

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Charles Dickens sends Montezuma news about the progress of farming at the McDowell Reservation, mentioning grain planting, the cleaning of irrigation ditches, and the family's health.

Date Created
1920-02-17
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Letter to Montezuma From Mike Burns and McDowell Leaders

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Mike Burns and the leaders of the McDowell community entreat Montezuma to help them stay on their land and help them go to Washington D.C. to request a dam for the irrigation of their land. They also ask him for advice about allotment.

Date Created
1915-01-22
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Letter to Montezuma From Cousin Charles Dickens

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Letter to Montezuma from his cousin Charles Dickens: Dickens complains of the nosiness of a Mr. Coe (presumably the Indian agent?) and the misplacement of an earlier letter.

Date Created
1911-02-09
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2nd Letter From Cousin Charles Dickens to Montezuma

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Letter from cousin Charles Dickens at McDowell, Arizona, requesting monetary help for an establishment of a store on the reservation: Dickens also promises to send Montezuma some baskets.

Date Created
1908-12-17
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Letter Addressed to Carlos Montezuma

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Letter to Dr. Montezuma- written from the San Carlos Apache Agency by his cousin Charles Dickens requesting the return of Dickens' sister from the Carlisle Indian School. Dickens asks Dr. Montezuma to intercede with Col. Pratt to do this. He also requests an accordion from the Montgomery Ward catalog.
Date Created
1901-11-02
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