Kiowa Apache

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Plains Apache - History
... In the late 18th century, Plains Apache lived near the upper Missouri River, their 1780 population was 400 ... The Kiowa Apache adopted many traits from the Southern Plains lifestyle of the Kiowa, while remaining ethnically distinct ... It is recorded that many Kiowa Apache did not learn the Kiowa language, preferring to communicate with their allies using the sophisticated Plains ...
Texas–Indian Wars - Background - Indians in Texas
... Their allies, the Kiowa and Kiowa Apache originated in the west but moved to what is now west Texas ... In turn, the Comanche and eventually Apache allies launched deep raids of thousands and at times tens of thousands of warriors into Mexico during which thousands of Mexicans were captured and turned into slaves. 1758 and attacked and desimated the Lipan Apache and the Mission Santa Cruz de San Sabá ...
Dohasan - After Ascension To Principal Chieftainship - First Battle of Adobe Walls
... length of his service as Principal Chief, and being the last Principal Chief of the free Kiowa, Dohäsan will be remembered in military history for commanding the Native American forces at ... on the Great Plains, and the largest engagement ever between the Comanche and Kiowa and their allies, against the non-Natives ... the military district of New Mexico, decided to punish Comanche and Kiowa attacks on Santa Fe wagon trains ...
Native American Heritage Sites (U.S. National Park Service) - Parks
... Ancestral Pueblo Bent's Old Fort National Historic Site CO Southern Cheyenne, Southern Arapaho, Kiowa, Comanche Big Bend National Park TX Jumano, Comanche ... Island Yupik People) Fort Laramie National Historic Site, WY (Cheyenne, Kiowa, Sioux) Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument, NM Kobuk Valley National Park ...

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    The Apache have a legend that the coyote brought them fire and that the bear in his hibernations communes with the spirits of the “overworld” and later imparts the wisdom gained thereby to the medicine men.
    —Administration in the State of Arizona, U.S. public relief program (1935-1943)