Links to Sites about the Apache Tribe by Phil Konstantin - Page 12apache







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Sites With Information About Apache Indians



Apache Links:

  • Lipan Apache Band of Texas, Inc.
    a very detailed site from this group
  • Lipan Apache (Tindi)
    "The Lipan, or Lipan-Apache, were among the more important subgroups of Apaches in Texas"
  • APACHE INDIANS
    info and links
  • THE SAN CARLOS APACHE PEOPLE
    details and links
  • San Carlos Apache Tribe
    about the tribe and events
  • San Carlos Apache Cultural Center
    lots of info
  • HOUSING AUTHORITY of the APACHE TRIBE of OKLAHOMA
    "An organization promoting, supporting, and upholding Native Americans in their efforts to provide culturally-relevant, decent, safe, sanitary, and affordable housing for Native American people in Native American communities."
  • Fort Apache Indian Reservation
    info on this place & the author's views, too
  • Camp Verde Yavapai-Apache Tribe
    general overview and events
  • White Mountain Apache Tribe
    general overview and events
  • Tonto Apache Tribe
    general overview and events
  • Western Apache
    lots of info
  • Jicarilla Apache: Tinde
    lots of info
  • Jicarilla Apaches
    short article
  • Mescalero & Chiricahua Apaches
    short, but good, article
  • Arizona Apache Wars
    a very detailed site with pictures
  • Apache Indians
    by Helena a Third Grader at John F. Pattie Elementary School
  • Apache Indians
    from the excellent Handbook of Texas Online
  • TUCUBANTE INDIANS
    The Tucubante Indians are a part of the Apaches
  • APACHERÍA
    "used to designate the area inhabited by the Apache Indians"
  • CONEJERO INDIANS
    "a Plains Apache band"
  • RIO COLORADO INDIANS
    basic info on this band
  • TREMENTINA INDIANS
    "an early Lipan Apache group"
  • SALINERO INDIANS
    "among the groups that eventually became known as Mescalero Apaches"
  • The battle of Tinaja de las Palmas
    about this fight
  • LIMITA INDIANS
    "One of many Plains Apache groups"
  • CHENTI INDIANS
    basic info
  • The Yxandi (Sandi, Ysandi) Indians
    basic info on this band
  • MANSO INDIANS
    "(Maise, Mansa, Manse, Manxo) Indians, also known as Gorreta"
  • VAQUERO INDIANS
    "generally believed that the Vaqueros were ancestral to the Apaches"
  • MELENUDO INDIANS
    appear to have been a band of Lipan Apache
  • TEYA INDIANS
    "Most writers...identify them as Plains Apaches"
  • CONSTITUTION OF THE WHITE MOUNTAIN APACHE TRIBE OF THE FORT APACHE INDIAN RESERVATION ARIZONA
    a copy
  • Apache Indian History
    very detailed site
  • Apache War
    I'll add the title and description soon
  • The Yavapai-Prescott Tribe
    from Wikipedia
  • Yavapai Apache Tribe
    from Wikipedia
  • White Mountain Apache
    from Wikipedia
  • San Carlos Apache Tribe
    from Wikipedia
  • Tonto Apache
  • Fort McDowell Mohave-Apache Indian Community
    from Wikipedia
  • White Mountain Apache Fish and Game
    their rules and a map
  • Apache Creation Story
    nicely done
  • Apache Life
    games, religion, hunting
  • Apache Women
    lots of info
  • Apache Quotes
    LOTS of them!
  • Jicarilla Apache Cultural Affairs Office
    from their tribal site
  • Jicarilla Apache in the American Southwest
    looks at historical trade and economy
  • Jicarilla History
    lots of details
  • Rio Oso Sites
    an archaeological site
  • Jicarilla Apache Tribe v. Kelly
    court case on gaming
  • Jicarilla Apache Tribe
    info from the E.P.A.
  • Bosque Redondo Memorial
    from New Mexico State Monuments
  • Jemez State Monument
    from New Mexico State Monuments
  • Lipan Apache Bibliography
    anbother good Glenn Welker site
  • Treaty Between Texas and the Lipan Indians - 1838
    a copy
  • Treaty of 1844 - Tehuacana Creek
    a copy
  • Three Lipan Apache Songs
    interesting
  • Lipan Apaches in Texas
    very nicely done site
  • Land of the Ndee, Apachean People
    simple, but good
  • Na'ii'ees
    The Apache Woman's Puberty Ceremony
  • Apache Native Americans
    from DesertUSA
  • Jicarilla Indians expand their reservation
    from the High Country News
  • Dahteste - (pronounced ta-DOT-say) Mescalero Apache
    by Julia White
  • TNP AND MESCALERO APACHE TRIBE SIGN HISTORIC AGREEMENT
    energy agreement
  • MESCALERO APACHE TRIBE V. JONES, 411 U.S. 145
    a sales tax case
  • Shamanism and Peyote Use Among the Apaches of the Mescalero Indian Reservation
    detailed artice
  • "Round Mountain visions - the spell of Tularosa and Mescalero "
    from Southern New Mexico Online, Story and photos by Dar Sharp
  • "The truth about the Johnson Massacre"
    from Southern New Mexico Online, By Drusilla Claridge
  • "Santa Rita - The town that vanished into thin air"
    from Southern New Mexico Online, By John L. Sinclair
  • "Victorio and the reservation system - a prescription for disaster"
    from Southern New Mexico Online, By James W. Hurst
  • "Geronimo's surrender - Skeleton Canyon, 1886"
    from Southern New Mexico Online, By James W. Hurst
  • "General George Crook and the Indian scouts"
    from Southern New Mexico Online, By James W. Hurst
  • Bent and Mescalero — home of the Mescalero Apache
    from Southern New Mexico Online
  • Living Desert’s Mescalero Apache Mescal Roast: A Feast for the Senses
    from Southern New Mexico Online
  • The Apache Kid
    from Southern New Mexico Online
  • Father Albert’s Legacy — the Apache Christ church (St. Joseph’s)
    from Southern New Mexico Online
  • Kas-Tziden's fury — (Nana's raid)
    from Southern New Mexico Online
  • The Bosque del Apache in Winter — a refuge from phone and fax
    from Southern New Mexico Online
  • A brief history of Fort Bayard
    from Southern New Mexico Online
  • Kneeling Nun Legends
    from Southern New Mexico Online
  • Jornada Del Muerto — 90 miles of hell
    from Southern New Mexico Online
  • Bosque Redondo — destination of the long walk
    from Southern New Mexico Online
  • Gran Quivira — a part of Salinas National Monument
    from Southern New Mexico Online
  • Hummingbird — close encounters, legends, and a festival
    from Southern New Mexico Online
  • The Seven Cities of Gold
    from Southern New Mexico Online
  • Old Apache Customs
    notes from a scholarly work
  • Apache Indians
    CyberSleuth's links page
  • BUFFALO SOLDIERS AND MESCALERO APACHES IN THE GUADALUPES
    By Lynn Chelewski
  • Jicarilla Apache: Tinde
    good basic info

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