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Arizona Indians Wounded in Action

The following Indians Wounded in Action, are listed by Name, Tribe and Location of death. The name under the photograph is the person shown.  No additional information was provided in the book.

  • Paul Hendricks, Papago, Germany
  • Manuel Kisto, Papago, Germany
  • Fernando Lopez, Papago, Europe
  • Nelson Lopez, Papago, Belgium
  • Nalia Lopez, Papago, Belgium
  • Hanson Norris, Papago, France
  • Raymond Norris, Papago, Germany
  • Louis Ortegas, Papago, France
  • Ralph Patricia, Papago, Holland
  • Ignacio B. Santos, Papago, France
  • Rovelto Siquieros, Papago, Germany
  • Victor B. Stevens, Papago, Germany
  • Jose V. Wilson, Papago, Italy
  • Patrick J. Franko, Papago, France
  • Joseph R. Johnson, Papago, Iwo Jima
  • Burton A. Narcho, Papago, Guam
  • Manuel T. Lucas, Papago, Germany
  • Andrew J. Mendez, Papago, Germany
  • Augustine Chico, Papago, New Guinea
  • Francisco S. Jose, Papago, New Britain
  • Henry Harvey, Papago, New Britain
  • Alonzo Enos, Pima, New Guinea
  • Jose Patricio, Papago, Pacific
  • Robert Perry Reede, Apache (Son Carlos) Germany
  • George Smith, Apache (Son Carlos) New Guinea
  • Laurie Tungovia, Hopi Italy
  • Andrew Nutima, Hopi
  • Harry Chinn, Apache (Son Carlos), Luxembourg
  • Roger Dickson, Apache (Son Carlos), Belgium
  • George Stevens, Apache (San Carlos), France
  • Clark Tungovia, Hopi, Luzon
  • Louis M. Valdez, Papago, France
  • William Brown, Apache (San Carlos), Germany
  • Chester Buck, Apache (San Carlos), Luzon
  • Joe Bush, Apache (San Carlos), Germany
  • David Miles, Apache (San Carlos), France
  • Patrick Morgan, Apache (San Carlos), North Africa
  • Stanton Norman, Apache (San Carlos), Belgium
  • George Patten, Apache, (San Carlos), Luzon
  • Wamack Pavatea, Hopi, Germany
  • Sylvester Mahone, Hualapai, France
  • Wallace Querta, Hualapai, Saipan

MLA Source Citation:

Steward, Ulian H. Indians In The War, United States Department of the Interior, Office of Indian Affairs. Chicago: Illinois. 1945. Web. 26 July 2016.
- Last updated on Jun 25th, 2013

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