The san carlos apache reservation of arizona provides the lens through which perry views reservation issues one of the oldest and largest reservations its location in a minerals and metals rich area has often brought it into conflict with powerful private and governmental interests. This monograph explores the broad processes that produced the reservation system in the united states through the examination of the history of one native american population the san carlos apache of arizona perry states that a reservation is a nexus of relationships between a small indigenous population and the global system that encompasses them every reservation is unique in many . Get this from a library apache reservation indigenous peoples and the american state richard john perry indian reservations were the united states ultimate solution to the problem of what to do with native peoples who already occupied the western lands that anglo settlers wanted in this broadly . The san carlos apache indian reservation in southeastern arizona united states was established in 1872 as a reservation for the chiricahua apache tribe as well as surrounding yavapai and apache bands forcibly removed from their original homelands under a strategy devised by general george crook of using an apache to catch an apache
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