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Apache Indians . By: Jacob C. Rodriguez. http://www . Google.com. Main Menu. HISTORY & GEOGRAPHY. 1600’s: Wandering bands of Apache successfully avoid enslavement by Spanish colonizers. 1821: Mexico gains independence from Spain and increases attacks against Apaches.

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Apache indians

Apache Indians

By: Jacob C. Rodriguez

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Main menu

Main Menu


History geography

HISTORY & GEOGRAPHY

  • 1600’s: Wandering bands of Apache successfully avoid enslavement by Spanish colonizers.

  • 1821: Mexico gains independence from Spain and increases attacks against Apaches.

  • 1830’s: Mexico offers bounty money for Indian scalps

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HISTORY & GEOGRAPHY (continued)

  • 1848: U.S. and Mexico sign the treaty of Guadalupe hidalgo which requires the U.S. to end Apache raids on Mexicans.

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Homes

HOMES

  • Most Apache lived in round houses called wickiups. Woman made a wickiup by bending young trees into a frame. They covered the frame with leaves, grasses or animal skins.

  • Some Eastern Apache lived in tepees.

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Dress

DRESS

  • Originally Apache women wore buckskin dresses and the men wore leather war shirts and breechcloths.

  • In the 1800’s: many Apache men began to wear white cotton tunics and pants, which they adopted from the Mexicans and many Apache women wore calico skirts and dresses.

  • The Apaches wore high moccasin boots.

  • An Apache lady’s dress or warriors shirt was often fringed and beaded for decoration.

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DRESS (Continued)

  • The Apaches also painted their faces for special occasions. They used different patterns for war paint, religions, ceremonies and festive decoration.

  • Today some Apache people still have moccasins or a buckskin dress, but they wear modern clothes like jeans instead of breechclothes.

  • The Apaches did not traditionally wear feather warbonnets, but the plains Apaches adopted these headdresses from their Kiowa allies. Other Apache people wore leather or cloth headbands instead.

  • Women usually wore their hair ornaments called nah-leens

  • Apache men often cut their hair to shoulder length (except in the plains Apache tribe.)

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Dress continued1

DRESS (Continued)

The Apaches did not traditionally wear feather warbonnets, but the plains Apaches adopted these headdresses from their Kiowa allies. Other Apache people wore leather or cloth headbands instead.

Women usually wore their hair ornaments called nah-leens

Apache men often cut their hair to shoulder length (except in the plains Apache tribe.)

Both sexes liked to wear shell jewelry, especially choker-style necklaces.

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Apache indians

FOOD

  • The Apache ate a variety of wild plants, Yucca and Mescal were staples of the Apache diet.

  • In early spring, the women harvested the yucca plant, which sometimes grew 6 feet tall. It was called the desert candle because it had a large cluster of white flowers at the end of a slender stalk.

  • In late spring the women gathered mescal. This plant had large leaves that grew in the shape of a cabbage head.

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Customs religion

CUSTOMS & RELIGION

  • The Apache religion says there are many spirits.

  • The Apache believe that everything in nature has a spirit.

  • There are many important religions in Apache life.

  • Ceremonies are performed by a di-yin. A di-yin is a religious leader.

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Interesting facts

INTERESTING FACTS

  • Men didn’t eat before a hunt because the spirits would pity a non hungry hunter.

  • A woman’s new husband would live in the woman’s camp.

  • Hunters would keep the hooves and head of what ever they hunted, they believed that it would bring good luck on the next hunt.

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Credits

CREDITS

Works Cited

“Apache Tribe.” Native Americans. 2009. Native Americans. Web. 12 Nov. 2010. <http://www.bigorrin.org/‌apache kids.htm>.

Basso, Keith. “Apache Indian Fact Sheet.” Native American Information for Kids. 2009. Native American Information for Kids. Web. 10 Nov. 2010. <http://www.bigorrin.org/‌apache kids.htm>.

Lund, Bill. The Apache Indians. N.p.: Capstone Press, 1998. Print.

McCall, Barabara. Native american people the apache. Vero Beach,FL 32964: Rourke, 1990. Print.

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