The Fort Sill Apache Tribe is the successor to the Chiricahua
& Warm Springs Apache Tribes.
Last November, when we set out to do a mapping project on one of these sites in Chiricahua
National Monument, we found several pieces of an 18th-century Spanish flintlock," says Bruce Huckell, associate professor of anthropology.
Although unidentified, the auctioneer points out that there is a strong resemblance to Geronimo (1829-1909), a Chiricahua
and the last and most feared Apache leader.
He was born in 1914 to Sam and Blossom Haozous, who were among a group of Chiricahua
Apaches held as prisoners of war for 27 years after Geronimo surrendered to U.
Paul Austin, Saguaro's head ranger, brought four rangers from Saguaro National Park and three from the Southeastern Arizona Group, comprising Chiricahua
, Coronado National Memorial, and Fort Bowie National Historic Site.
I had long known that this was the land of the Chiricahua
Apache, although it seemed unlikely that a nomadic tribe such as they would expend the time and energy to build permanent structures.
Language classes previously organized by Darrow, who has been documenting his mother's Chiricahua
Apache language since the late 1970s, were relatively poorly attended, and those few attendees mainly were older American Indians.
tetracanthus has been recorded from localities at sea level (Baja California, Mexico) to 2500 m asl in the Chiricahua
Mountains in Arizona.
By fall of that year, he facilitated a relative peace by crafting a treaty with Cochise, a chief of the Chiricahua
On Purple Mountain Pack Goats' 3-day backcountry trips, in southern Arizona's Chiricahua
Mountains, goats do the work while you explore the eclectic moonscape rocks.
Rosaceae) in the Chiricahua
Mountains of Arizona is considered an incidental occurrence of adults or a misidentification of Fallugia paradoxa.
Cheery: The True Adventures of a Chiricahua
Leopard Frog is more than a colorful children's picturebook; it tells the story of a Chiricahua
Leopard Frog, a species threatened with extinction, in its own words.