Apache Indians


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Apache Indians

once fierce fighting tribe of American West. [Am. Hist.: NCE, 123]
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This gets to the point of the Apache Indians, who were organized in such a way that there was no one pivotal person because if the "leader" was killed, someone else would simply take over.
The subsequent horseback trek is fraught with peril, including attacks by Apache Indians and Wade's gun-crazy second-in-command.
The horseback journey to the station is fraught with dangers including attacks by Apache Indians and Wade's gun-crazy second-in-command Charlie Prince (Ben Foster).
In Arizona, the White Mountain Apache Indians lost $152 million worth of timber after a fire scorched nearly 469,000 acres of nearby land.
Originally the home of the Tonto Apache Indians, Cave Creek grew out of the desert about 1870 when soldiers came to mark a trail between Fort McDowell on the Verde River and Fort Whipple at Prescott to the north.

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