"Apache" is a catch-all name for several tribes. The most notable of these tribes is probably the Navajo
An Apache museum is a museum dedicated to preserving the history, culture, and practices of the Apache tribes and people.
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Blackfoot And Apache
The Navajo and Apache.
Cherokee tribes weapons looked awesome!
the total population is 56,060, but i dont know how many tribes there are.
The Apache, the Navajo, and the Sioux are some of the many nomadic tribes.
bow and arrow
obviously the penis
The Apache American Indian tribes lived in the southwestern part of the United States. The Crow American Indian tribes lived primarily in the Midwest, but traveled according to the supply of food and the weather.
The Apache Indians lived in one of three types of housing depending on their location. The plains tribes lived in teepees. The highlands tribes lived in wickiups. The Northern Mexico tribes lived in hogans.
They had some fights with the Navajo and Apache. Though the main enemy was the apache.
Apache, Mohawk, Cherokee
Iroquois, Apache, and Powhata
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Apache, Huron, and Lakota are three different Native American Tribes.
Timber for building homes, weapons and warmth. Lakes and streams for bathing and drinking. However they typically did not eat anything from the water nor did they live near it. Vegetation and wildlife for food. Rocks, minerals & bones for tools and weapons.
The Apache were various Native American tribes in North America. Members of this tribe speak a form of the Athabaskan language.
111,810 recognized members of the Apache tribes (there is more than one tribe)
The Plains Apache were nomadic peoples and traveled to follow the buffalo when they migrated. I haven't really learned much about other Apache tribes...