7 edition of Carlos Montezuma, M.D. found in the catalog.
August 1, 2003
by Arnica Publishing
Written in English
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Carlos Montezuma (ca. ), was a Yavapai (Mohave-Apache) university-educated medical doctor and political leader, who bridged both cultures. Sometime in the mids, perhaps as early as or as late as , Carlos Montezuma was born as Wassaja to Yavapai parents in a band in central or southern Arizona. As that period was quite turbulent. Changing Is Not Vanishingsimultaneously reinvents the history of American Indian literature and American poetry by uncovering a vast but forgotten archive of early American Indian poems. The book includes work by 82 writers and a full bibliography of poems by more than Indian writers who wrote before Changing Is Not Vanishing.
Here is the most recent of the many publications covering Montezuma’s life. The author has gone into great detail and has included for the first time, original material held by Leon Summit of New York. The material was ultimately microfilmed as Supplement to the Papers of Carlos Montezuma. Image citation: Carlos Montezuma, Photographic reproduction: From collections of the National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution. About Wassaja Around the year a young Yavapai boy named Wassaja ("Beckoning") was born in what would later become central Arizona. In October O’odham raiders separated Wassaja from his family – thereby initiating what.
Carlos Montezuma (born c), was a medical doctor, a nationally known fighter for Native American rights, and an unrelenting gadfly to the United States Indian Bureau, with which he spent seven years as a physician. He was a Yavapai-Apache activist and a founding member of the Society of American Indians. Also, including the Papers of. Includes correspondence, speeches, essays, medical notes, financial material and a nearly complete run of Montezuma's newsletter, Wassaja. Also included are letters and publications of Montezuma's attorney, Joseph W. Latimer, and the correspondence of his wife, Maria Keller Montezuma Moore. 9 microfilm reels ; 35 mm. Montezuma, Carlos, -- Archives. Moore, Maria Keller Montezuma.
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Impeccably researched and rich in detail, Carlos Montezuma, M.D. documents the life of one of the first Native American medical doctors. Carlos Montezuma from his family as a boy by Pima Indian warriors and sold to an itinerant Italian photographer, Montezuma found himself deposited into vastly foreign surroundings at a very young age.5/5(5).
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The culminating portrait provides an inventive look back into history through the eyes of a Native American hero. Carlos Montezuma () was one of the great Native American crusaders for Indian rights in the early twentieth century.
This biography by an authority on Southwest Indian history tells a dramatic story that sheds light both on Montezuma's career and on the movements he : Peter Iverson. Carlos Montezuma () Native American M.D., Author. Montezuma received his medical degree from Northwestern University's Chicago Medical College in From untilhe worked for the Office of Indian Affairs as a physician.
Carlos Montezuma, M.D., a Yavapai American Hero: The Life and Times of an American Indian, Speroff, Leon: : LibrosReviews: 4. - Buy Carlos Montezuma, M.D., a Yavapai American Hero: The Life and Times of an American Indian, book online at best prices in India on Read Carlos Montezuma, M.D., a Yavapai American Hero: The Life and Times of an American Indian, book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified s: 4.
Carlos Montezuma and the Changing World of American Indians: Iverson, Peter: : BooksAuthor: Peter Iverson. Carlos Montezuma or Wassaja (c. – ) was a Yavapai-Apache Native American, activist and a founding member of the Society of American birth name Wassaja, means "Signaling" or "Beckoning" in his native tongue.
Wassaja was kidnapped by Pima raiders along with other children to be sold or bartered. Wassaja was then purchased by an Italian photographer Carlo Gentile in. Book Reviews In Arizona inPima Indian raiders captured a Yavapai boy named Wassaja and sold him to Carlo Gentile, an Italian photographer.
Gentile renamed the boy Carlos Montezuma, took him east, and, ingave him over to be raised by a Baptist minister in Illinois. Carlos Montezuma, M.D. A Yavapai American Hero eBook: Speroff, Leon: : Kindle StoreAuthor: Leon Speroff.
The book tells a fascinating story about Dr. Carlos Montezuma, a Yawapati captured in by Pima Indians and sold as a slave, The boy was bought by an Italian photographer, Carlos Gentile, who attempted to raise him as his son.
At 17 Montezuma graduated from college (University of Illinois or University of Chicago. Both are cited as acceptin/5(42).
Impeccably researched and rich in detail, Carlos Montezuma, M.D. documents the life of one of the first Native American medical doctors. Taken from his family as a boy by Pima Indian warriors and sold to an itinerant Italian photographer, Montezuma found himself deposited into vastly foreign surroundings at a very young age.
In late nineteenth. Get this from a library. Carlos Montezuma, M.D.: a Yavapai American hero: the life and times of an American Indian, [Leon Speroff] -- Documents the life of one of the first Native American medical doctors, an advocate of Native American assimilation who later fought for.
Carlos Montezuma (ca), a Yavapai Indian raised in urban white society, was both a leading crusader for Native American rights and a prominent physician. The papers of Montezuma form an important collection of sources on Native American history, largely created by the Indians themselves, and on the history of medicine.
The papers of Carlos Montezuma, M.D.: including the papers of Maria Keller Montezuma Moore and the papers of Joseph W. Latimer. [Carlos Montezuma; John W Larner] -- Consists of the correspondence, speeches, essays, medical notes, and financial material of Dr.
Montezuma as well as most issues of his newsletter, Wassaja. McDonnell, Janet. "Carlos Montezuma's Crusade against the Indian Bureau." Journal of Arizona Hist (4) Winter See History of Arizona medicine; collections of Orville Harry Brown, M.D.
[AHSL Special Collections WZ 70 AA7 H]. Quebbeman, Frances E. Medicine in territorial Arizona. Phoenix: Arizona Historical Foundation. Dear Students, I am so excited to introduce you to the book A Boy Named Beckoning: The True Story of Dr. Carlos Montezuma, Native American is an absolutely true story about a Native American boy.
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Carlos Montezuma () Native American M.D., Author Limited biographical information and historical overview of healthcare for American Indians in the United States. Created by the National Library of Medicine. The Carlos Montezuma Papers.Now available from Scholarly Resources is the supplement to the Papers of Carlos Montezuma, M.D.
This new microfilm collection complements the original collection of the papers of Native American physician, author, and Indian-rights activist Carlos Montezuma (c. ).Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $ Buy Carlos Montezuma and the Changing World of American Indians (Paperback) at