Asked in Native American History, Apache Indians
How did the lipan Apaches die?
The Lipan Apaches did not die out. According to various documents and published sources most Lipans were either settled on reservations in Arizona, New Mexico, or Oklahoma while some fled into the inner regions of Mexico. Some of the Lipans went to live among other tribes such as the Commanche and Tonkawa. Lipan Apache descendents are still living among the modern society today. ...
Asked in Religion & Spirituality, Mexico, Demographics
Were are most of the people from in mexico city?
Most people living in the Mexico City proper are born within Mexico City; there are some immigrants from central and southern states but most of them tend to live on the periphery, on greater Mexico City. ...
Why is Geronimo important?
Geronimo was one of the most famous leaders of the Apache peoples. Until his capture in 1886 by Nelson A. Miles, he and his Apaches fought against both the United States and Mexico. ...
Asked in New Mexico
Where in New Mexico are lowest cost of living rates?
Las Cruces is the city in New Mexico that has the lowest cost of living rate. It has an overall index of 92, which places it much lower than most of the United States. ...