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10 edition of Women of the Apache nation found in the catalog.

Women of the Apache nation

voices of truth

by H. Henrietta Stockel

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  • 36 Currently reading

Published by University of Nevada Press in Reno .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Southwest, New.
    • Subjects:
    • Apache women -- Interviews,
    • Apache Indians -- Rites and ceremonies,
    • Apache Indians -- Folklore,
    • Women soldiers -- Southwest, New

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 187-191) and index.

      StatementH. Henrietta Stockel ; foreword by Dan L. Thrapp.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE99.A6 S76 1991
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxv, 198 p. :
      Number of Pages198
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1864127M
      ISBN 100874171687
      LC Control Number90022003

      Mar 20,  · During Women's History Month, brush up on what you missed—and share your new knowledge all year long. 10 Native women you should have Author: Stacy Pratt. At a time when books about Native American women need to provide the reader with unromanticized images of strong women in their own right, Stockel’s book, Women of the Apache Nation, succeeds only partially. The sixty-two page historical introduction and the two shorter introductions to the Mescalero (New Mexico) and Fort Sill (Oklahoma) Apache, while important to situating the women’s Author: Sally McBeth.

      Apache Indians The Apache Indians came from the Alaskan region, Canada, and portions of the American Southwest. Eventually the tribe migrated toward the United States further south, and divided itself into two basic regions, with the Rio Grande River serving as the dividing line. Siksika Blackfoot Nation. Apache Stronghold. Billy Mills. Return of the Ancestors Project. Black Hills. See More triangle-down; Related Pages. Native American Times. Media. Native North American Indian - Old Photos. Interest. Native American Spirituality and Thoughts. Society & Culture Website/5().

      The Apache Sunrise Ceremony or the Mescalero Apache Puberty Ceremony is a communal four-day ceremony that Apache girls of the past and present experience soon after their first menstruation. In the book, Women of the Apache Nation, Stockel does a great job . Abstract. At a time when books about Native American women need to provide the reader with unromanticized images of strong women in their own right, Stockel’s book, Women of the Apache Nation, succeeds only erum-c.com: Sally McBeth.


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Although many. The Apache (/ ə ˈ p æ tʃ i /) are a group of culturally related Native American tribes in the Southwestern United States, which include the Chiricahua, Jicarilla, Lipan, Mescalero, Salinero, Plains and Western erum-c.comt cousins of the Apache are the Navajo, with which they share the Southern Athabaskan erum-c.com are Apache communities in Oklahoma, Texas, and reservations in.

Aug 14,  · Women of the Apache nation: voices of truth by Stockel, H. Henrietta, Publication date Topics Apache women, Apache Indians, Apache Indians, Women soldiers, Indian women Publisher Reno, NV: University of Nevada Press Collection Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files.

IN COLLECTIONS. Books to erum-c.com: The Mescalero people were nomadic hunters and gathers and roamed the Southwest.

They were experts in guerrilla warfare and highly skilled horsemen. The women were known for their ability to find and prepare food from many different plant sources.

The people were given the name "Mescalero" because they gathered and ate the mescal plant. Profile of an Apache Woman Apache Wife and More. If the Apache man defined the image of the warrior, raider and master tracker in the mystique of our western deserts, the Apache woman gave heart and sinew to her people under the punishing trials of a nomadic life.

I just can't say enough of how beautiful the singing and dancing are. This was my first time to see a whole afternoon.

I'm not from this area so it's new to me. The Kiowa people are very blessed to have ceremonies like this and to carry on the teachings to the young ones.5/5(11). This is Lt. Britton Davis' book written late in his life about his dealings with Geronimo.

It is very good, extremely complementary of Crook, and critical of Miles. Women of the Apache Nation, by H. Henrietta Stockel () Univ. of Nevada Press This is the only book. Apache Puberty Sunrise Ceremony, Becoming a Woman Apache Female Puberty Sunrise Ceremony and embrace their role as women of the Apache nation.

For most of the four days and nights, to songs and prayers, they dance, as well as run toward the four directions.

Featured Book recommendations - For children and young adults. Beside Woman Chief there were other known warrior women of the Crow Nation, including Akkeekaahuush (Comes Toward The Near Bank, c. – ) and Biliíche Héeleelash (Among The Willows, c. – ), the latter a prominent war leader (pipe carrier).

Further reading. Benjamin Capps: Woman Chief, new ed. Chivers erum-c.com of death: Killed by the Gros Ventres. APACHE TRIBAL NATION. The word "apache" comes from the Yuma word for "fighting-men" and from the Zuni word meaning "enemy." The Apache tribe consists of six subtribes: the Western Apache, Chiricahua, Mescalero, Jicarilla, Lipan and Kiowa.

Each subtribe is from a different geographial region. Geronimo’s final surrender in was the last significant Apache guerrilla action in the United States. At surrender, his group consisted of only 16 warriors, 12 women, and six children.

Following his surrender, Geronimo and of his fellow Chiricahua were shipped to Fort Marion, Florida, and became prisoners of war for 27 years. Feb 01,  · For the Mescalero Apache Tribe, girls are not recognized as women until they have undergone the Sunrise Ceremony- an ancient, coming-of-age.

May 14,  · Lozen was a female warrior of the Chiricahua Apaches (known also as the Members or Warm Springs Apache) who lived during the 19th century. Apart from her prowess as a warrior, Lozen is reputed to have been a skilled military strategist, as well as being highly proficient when it came to medicinal erum-c.com: Dhwty.

Apache women were in charge of the home. Besides cooking and taking care of children, Apache women built new houses for their families every time the tribe moved their location. Though it was rare for an Apache woman to become a warrior, girls learned to ride and shoot just like the boys did, and women often helped to defend Apache villages.

Today, no one can understand the history of Tucson and Southern Arizona without first understanding the Apache Wars. For this reason Southern Arizona Guide has many articles about this complex and fascinating era of our history: America's longest war.

Cochise County in Southeast Arizona is where many major 19 th century battles took place between the Apaches and the United States Army.Inappropriate The list (including its title or description) facilitates illegal activity, or contains hate speech or ad hominem attacks on a fellow Goodreads member or author.

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Wives and burial place of Geronimo A detailed list of all the wives of Gernonimo and his burial place. Why do we yell "Geronimo"? Learn the legend behind this phrase. Apache tribal amusements, manners, and customs.