P r o t e c t O a k F l a t
Oak Flat for many represents the pathway to the Creator. Stand with us against the proposed mining destruction of one of the most sacred Apache sites. Find out more...
T h e S t o r y o f C a p i t a n C h i q u i t o
Read the introduction to a new history on the Aravaipa Apache by John Hartman, President of AAC.
V e l m a B u l l i s H a r t m a n
AAC deeply mourns the recent loss of one of its founders, Velma Bullis Hartman, great grandaughter of Aravaipa Apache Chief Capitan Chiquito. Read her obiturary...
T h e C a m p G r a n t M a s s a c r e
In the early morning of April 30, 1871, a vigilante band from Tucson attacked sleeping Apache women, children and elders, encamped along the Aravaipa Creek, killing as many as 200 in one of the deadliest attacks against a Native American settlement. Dedicated to the Apaches of Aravaipa Canyon, this site aims to preserve history, promote peace and reconciliation, and conserve the land of Aravaipa. Read more...