Jicarilla

Some articles on jicarilla, jicarillas:

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 ... During their declining nomadic history, the Jicarilla Apaches started settling the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, New Mexico ... During this time, the Jicarilla Apaches began subsidizing their livelihood through sales of micaceous clay pottery and basketry ...
Jicarilla Language - Sample Text - Jicarilla Words of Spanish Origin
... The Jicarilla people have been in contact with Spanish-speaking and English-speaking peoples for a long time and have over time adopted loanwords that have influenced Jicarilla phonology ... Most of the sounds used to take in a loanword from Spanish are sounds in Jicarilla ... Some sounds not occurring in Jicarilla phonology are changed into Jicarilla as follows /r/ → /l/ or /lal/ as in ‘’alalóos’’ (from Spanish ‘arroz’ ‘rice’) ‘’go ...
Jicarilla Language
... Jicarilla (Jicarilla Apache Abáachi mizaa) is an Eastern Southern Athabaskan language spoken by the Jicarilla Apache ...
Jicarilla Apache - History - Jicarilla Reservation
... attempts began in the mid 1850s to relocate the Jicarilla Apache, who became increasingly hostile to these pressures ... relocation and being the only southwestern tribe without a reservation, the two Jicarilla Llanero and Ollero bands united in 1873 and sent a delegation to ... Eventually United States President Grover Cleveland created the Jicarilla Apache Reservation through a United States executive order signed on February 11, 1887 ...
Jicarilla Apache - Culture
... The Jicarilla are traditionally matrilocal and are organized into matrilineal clans ... In the 1970s approximately 70% of Jicarillas continued to hold to their traditional religious beliefs ... Jicarilla is spoken by about one half of the tribal members, most by older men and women ...