Apaches

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Laredo Apaches
... The Laredo Apaches were a Texas-Louisiana League baseball team that played in the Veterans Field in Laredo, Texas during the 1995 season ... During 1949-1950 the Laredo Apaches were a Rio Grande Valley League baseball team that ranked second in the league ...
Peralta Massacre
... The Peralta massacre was the alleged killing of a Mexican family by Apaches in about 1848 ... a routine expedition to carry gold back to Mexico, the large party was ambushed by Apaches, and all were killed except for a few Peralta family members who escaped ... According to the legend, the Apaches buried and hid the gold and covered up the mine ...
Tammie Allen - Background - Tribal History
... The Jicarilla Apaches are one of the six Athapascan groups that migrated out of Canada, between 1300 to 1500 AD ... Manifest Destiny, and Indian Wars, the Apaches' traditional cultural and economic lifeways became strained ... During their declining nomadic history, the Jicarilla Apaches started settling the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, New Mexico ...
Camp Grant Massacre - Background - Camp Grant
... In February 1871 five old Apache women straggled into Camp Grant to look for a son who had been taken prisoner ... Whitman fed them and treated them kindly, so other Apaches from Aravaipa and Pinal bands soon came to the post to receive rations of beef and flour ... Aravaipa Creek, about five miles (8 km) east of Camp Grant for nearly 500 Aravaipa and Pinal Apaches, including Chief Eskiminzin ...
Mescaleros - Origin of Name
... but hostile Navajo call the Mescalero Naashgalí Dineʼé Like other Apache peoples they call themselves oft simply Inday / Indee ("The People") ... Neighboring Apache bands called the Mescalero Nadahéndé ("People of the Mescal"), because the mescal agave (Agave parryi) was a staple food source for them ... Other names for the Mescalero Apache Apaches de Cuartelejo, Apaches del Río Grande, Apachi, Faraones, Mezcaleros, Natage, Natahene, Querechos, Sierra Blanca Apaches, Teyas, Tularosa Apaches, Vaqueros ...