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Apache Indians

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Laura Flanagan

on 2 March 2016

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Transcript of Apache Indians

The Apache used for housing: Straw, bones, wood, trees
The Apache tribe used a bow and arrow, war club, a tomahawk, jawbone club, a riffle and rope for weapons.
Apache Weapons
The
Apache had medicine to keep them alive. They had Yucca plant
for shampoo and for insect bites, laxative, and they made tobacco from the bark of the tree. Also they used agave. It is used for wounds,rashes,chapped lips,and sunburns.

Medicine and Health
They Hunted and gathered food to help them survive. Some foods are
corn
,
sheep
,
goat
and
squash.
Food
The Apache loved to make art. T
hey used

Beads
,
Shells,

Glass
,
Turquoise
and
Shell Jewelry
.
Art
Apache Indians by Trevor and Zander
Housing
Clothing
Apache used beads, leather, cotton, Feathers on head, boots, Buck skin dress, paint under their eye, belts and a headband.
Tribal Roles and Government
There is no government. Men hunted for food and women prepared for meals and children did basket making and hunting.
Apache Traditions
Some of the Apache Traditions are : Moms carried baby in cradle board. When a girl reaches a certain age they go through a sunrise ceremony. Everyone had to make bead work and used dogs to carry belongings.
Region of Texas
Mountains in the Great Plains.
Conflicts
Apache disliked the Spanish and the Mexicans.
Interactions
Apache liked the Navajo and the Pueblo tribes.
Communication
Apache is a language close to Navajo. Apache spoke the language Athapaskan.
Religion

Mountain spirit dances and believed that their ancestors were rocks and trees.
Economics
Basket making and hunting.
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