Apache Indians


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Apache Indians

once fierce fighting tribe of American West. [Am. Hist.: NCE, 123]
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The southwest is where the OK Corral gunfight happened, where the Apache Indians fought for their land, and it's the only place where saguaro cacti grows wild.
In her thesis, she described how the Plains (or Kiowa) Apache Indians conceptualized and categorized the plant world, listed some 110 wild plant species of cultural significance to the Apache, and discussed the cultural context in which the species were used.
The chapters that relate Ingstad's attempts to find any "free" Apaches in Mexico describe numerous examples of what might be construed to be a program of mutual homicide between the Mexican inhabitants of the northern Sierra Madre and the Apache Indians of the area.
The subsequent horseback trek is fraught with peril including attacks by Apache Indians and Wade's gun-crazy second-in-command, Charlie Prince (Foster).
The kind of scalpline that would get Apache Indians very, very excited, apparently.
All his artwork incorporates the stylings of the Navajo and Apache Indians.

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