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Cochise, Great Apache Warrior and Chief

Proud, Avenging Leader Who Remained Undefeated Cochise was born an Chiricahua Apache, who became a larger-than life leader in physical and legendary stature. He was born in 1805 (it is believed) in Chiricahua country in what is today southeastern Arizona, but at the time was Spanish territory. His name Shi-ka-she, meaning “strength of an oak,” was shortened to Cochise by whites. The Apache adopted the name, as cheis means “oak” in Apache. He would grow into a large and very powerful man, at…

Proyecto Horizonte 07 — Proyecto #Horizonte — Medium

Hay muchas cosas que no cuento en los ebooks de “Cómo escribir una novela”. Nunca hay que contar todo lo que se sabe, salvo que paguen por ello o por lo que se produzca gracias a ello; esto que voy a…

Apache Indians | Apache Indians of New Mexico and Arizona Part #3

Great pictures!!! Thanks so much for posting them here. I'm so fascinated with them. Are there still Apache Indians living today? PaperNotes....there are Indians of all Tribes still around today...some are related to many famous ones from that...

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Randomness is this mess! - Native American (Miniconjou; Lakota) - Married - Mother - Happy - Healthy - Blessed - "Life is about trusting your feelings and taking chances, losing and finding happiness, appreciating the memories, learning from the past, and realizing change happens"

Studio photograph of Kiowa-Plains Apache Chief Pacer, also known as "Peso" or "Essa-queta." Photograph taken by William Stinson Soule in Fort Sill, Indian Territory in 1871.

Studio photograph of Kiowa-Plains Apache Chief Pacer, also known as "Peso" or "Essa-queta." Photograph taken by William Stinson Soule in Fort Sill, Indian Territory in 1871.