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    Apache Culture

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    The Cibecue Apache community of speakers is a group of Western Apaches who live in a relatively isolated area of the Fort Apache Indian Reservation in Arizona. Although the modern Anglo-American world has increasingly encroached on the small settlement, much of the ancestral Apache culture, traditions, and beliefs remain a tangible part of daily life in Cibecue. Indeed, as Basso (1979) states, “most Western Apaches remain on the fringe of national American society, maintaining there with full awareness and quiet satisfaction a cultural system and a sense of tribal identity that are distinctively and resiliently their own” (p. 26). Evidence of the Cibecue Apaches’ tribal identity is apparent in their unwavering adherence to speaking the Western…

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    Essay On Apache

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    Not all Native Americans are the same. Each and every one is unique in some way. The Apache was like any other tribe that you have learned about, they had their own traditions that they followed by. Apache is pronounced "UH-PAH-CHEE" and it means enemy in the language of their neighbors Zuni. In the Apache language it means the people and pronounced NDE or NDEE. Most of the apaches resided from the southwest desserts which is most likely around Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas area (bordering…

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    The Apache Treaty

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    estimated of more than five hundred treaties, most of which were never ratified. The Treaty of the Apache was one of them. This paper will provide information about the United States government offering rights, protection, and guarantees to Indians that were never fulfilled. This treaty was entered in Santa Fe, New Mexico, on the first day of July in 1851. It stated the following: “Articles of a treaty made and entered into at Santa Fe, New Mexico, on the first day of July in the year of our…

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    The Apache Indian Tribe

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    During the 14th and 15th centuries the Apache Indian tribe was required by cultural mandate to leave as little imprint on the land as possible. The practice of leaving no trace of their occupation in an area makes it difficult for archaeologist to locate and identify archaeological sites for the Apache Indians during that time period. This makes it difficult to answer any questions about the Apache tribe during the 14th and 15th centuries. Adding to the frustration is the fact that the Apache…

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    created by the White Mountain Apache Tribe (WMAT) Suicide Surveillance and Prevention System to increase community awareness of adolescent suicide; the master’s prepared nurse will develop a coalition of stakeholders to develop a similar plan to engage the community. Opportunities include developing public service announcements (PSA) and organizing two walkathons per year. Coordinating a community health fair that provides education regarding the importance of nutrition and exercise, as it…

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    The only thing stronger than love is an AH - 64 Apache Helicopter, but, what is stronger than that? Perhaps the great AC-130 Gunship! There are many similarities between these two aircraft. There are also many differences. The purposes, the weaponry, and the specs are all very interesting things to know about these two aircraft. The Purpose of an AH - 64 Apache Helicopter. This is the most advanced multi-role combat helicopter for the U.S. Army and a growing number of international defense…

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    Perhaps, unlike Tohono O’odham people because of the good environment, the leaders and the clan members of Navajo tribe had been focusing on the clan atmosphere and on reinforcing their tribe. The nature allowed them to be more mobile, “The mountain homelands of the Tonto, White Mountain and San Carlos Apaches range from desert ridges to forest-covered peaks.” From February to June, after the harvesting season, men of the tribe used to go hunting and raiding to others land. In the meantime,…

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    Essay On Cherokee Indians

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    The Apache Indians are from the Apache Native American tribe. Originally, they lived in the Gran Apacheria, a territory that spread from western Arizona to eastern Texas and from southern Colorado to southern Mexico. The Apache tribe were one of the Native tribes in southern-western U.S. that came in contact with the first settlers. Today, over fifty thousand Apache Indians live in reservations in Arizona, New Mexico, and Oklahoma. The term “apache” came from the spanish, which means “enemy”.…

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    Basso’s ethnography focuses heavily on sense of place in the Apache community. He discusses place-names and its role in their culture; while names of locations are used for convenience to most people, the Western Apache have a unique relationship with their landscape. His first chapter is an introduction to this concept; the second and third provide a deeper look into the significance of certain locations and the stories they tell, such as the effect that the mere mention of a place-name can…

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    Based on the course readings, the Apache were the predominant group in the resistance against the colonial conquest. According to Richard White, “In 1680, rejecting the imposition of Catholicism and Spanish rule, the Pueblos rose in revolt. In cooperation with some of the surrounding "Apaches" (either Navajos or actual Apaches), they destroyed the missions and killed 21 of the 33 priests. Of the 2,350 colonists, 375 died in the fighting, and the rest fled the province (WHITE, pg. 12).” The…

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