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any member of Athapaskan tribes that migrated to the southwestern desert (from Arizona to Texas and south into Mexico)

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The exchange reads like a well-wrought mystery and, in the process of reading it, readers will learn of Apache life, their tribal structure, and the final years of the Apache wars.
David Nelson, Brandon Myhan and Nick Jarvis also turned in strong performances for the Apaches.
The Junior 2 Santa Clarita Valley Apaches (0-5) had a rough go against the Santa Paula Cardinals in their 42-8 loss.
During the so-called Indian Wars in the mid-to-late 1800s, the mountain variously provided sanctuary to the Apaches and served as a summer recuperation area for ailing U.
The Apaches accept for now the mountain's other uses.
Graham did send the Forest Service a letter indicating that traditional Apaches used the mountain for ceremonial purposes.
We are delighted that Boeing selected the RAH-66 Comanche MTSU built by Harris for the Apache Longbow," said Bob Henry, president, Harris Government Communications Systems Division (GCSD).
The Apache Longbow's advanced communications and combat capabilities give commanders the ability to more effectively manage the 21st-century battlefield.
Because of the messages that Apaches get from the mainstream culture, they don't think success is for them,'' said Abdul-Jabbar, 51.
Contact with actual Apaches is strictly accidental.
Five miles down a winding highway, through wilderness dominated by red rock buttes, remnants of the real Fort Apache still stand.
The Apaches scored first on a 70 yard run by running back Todd Wilson, but the extra point was unsuccessful.
The Apaches had only one first down the whole game.
The Apaches defeated Camarillo White 12-0 in the first round of the playoffs and Simi Gold 14-8 in the second round.