The Jicarilla Apaches' Ceremonial Go-Jii-Ya Is Part Relay Race, Part Harvest Festival
- Hooting at hunger. Wiafe, Samuel // New Internationalist;Apr99, Issue 311, p35
Focuses on the annual Homowo harvest festival celebrated by the Gaspeaking people in Ghana. Performance of initial rites by principal priests during the first month of the celebration; Pacification of the sea god as highlight of the festival; Feature of the street procession; Opportunity to...
- Meet Victorio. // Rourke's Native American History & Culture Encyclopedia;Sep2009, Issue 9, p22
Information on Victorio, one of the leaders of the Apache Wars is presented.
- Mimbres Apache war chief Victorio may have been America's... Keenan, Jerry // Wild West;Jun98, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p16
Features Victorio, the Mimbres Apache war chief. Background of Victorio; Effect of the discovery of gold in the Pinos Altos region of southwestern New Mexico in 1860 on Apache; Charges against Victorio; Controversy over his death.
- Apaches against stars. // Nature;12/15/1994, Vol. 372 Issue 6507, p58
Opinion. Criticizes the Apache Survival Coalition's (ASC) efforts to block the developments of an observatory at the top of Mount Graham in Arizona. Environmental impact study in the area; Relevance of the impact study; Claims of ASC about the deleterious effects of the study; Speculation...
- County leaders in New Mexico support return of Fort Sill Apaches. KREHBIEL-BURTON, LENZY // Native American Times;4/19/2013, Vol. 19 Issue 15, p2
The article reports on the approval of resolutions supporting the return of The Fort Sill Apache Tribe to southwestern New Mexico by the DoÃ±a Ana County Board of Commissioners.
- The Apache land. Regan Jr., Timothy F. // Cobblestone;Nov96, Vol. 17 Issue 8, p2
Provides information about the original territories of the Apache Indians, one of the oldest Indian groups in North America. History of the Apaches; Relationships and divisions of the seven different nations belonging to the Athapaskan linguistic group; Characteristics of Apache Indians;...
- Growing up Apache. Reynolds, Mark E. // Cobblestone;Nov96, Vol. 17 Issue 8, p6
Describes the life of a typical Apache Indian boy. Survival tactics taught to young Apaches; Reputation of the Apaches as among the most skilled guerrilla fighters the world has produced; Chores of Apache boys and girls; War tactics.
- Among the great Chiricahua Apache leaders. M.E.R. // Cobblestone;Nov96, Vol. 17 Issue 8, p22
Features some of the greatest Chiricahua Apache leaders in the history of the tribe. Mimbreno Apaches leader Mangas Coloradas; Chiricahua Apaches chief Cochise; Warm Springs Apaches chief Victorio; Warm Springs Apaches leader Nana; Warm Springs leader Loco; Nednai Apaches leader Juh.
- Apache scouts. Jones, Catherine Grace // Cobblestone;Nov96, Vol. 17 Issue 8, p26
Provides information about Apache scouts, who were hired by Indian fighter General George Crook in 1871 to locate Apache warriors in their mountain hideouts. Ability of Apaches to track other Apaches; Intertribal rivalry among the Apaches; Crook's enlistment of the White Mountain Apaches to...