Western Apache raiding and warfare
University of Arizona Press, 1971 - Biography & Autobiography - 330 pages
This is a remarkable series of personal narrations from Western Apaches before and just after the various agencies and sub-agencies were established. It also includes extensive commentary on weapons and traditions, with Apache words and phrases translated and complete annotation.
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