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Title Apache.
Imprint New York : Rosen Publishing, 2015.

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Description 1 online resource (34 pages)
Series Spotlight on Native Americans
Spotlight on Native Americans.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
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Subject Apache Indians -- History -- Juvenile literature.
Apache Indians -- Social life and customs -- Juvenile literature.
Genre History.
Juvenile works.
Contents The Apache homelands -- Before European contact -- The Spanish and Mexican eras -- Apache raids -- Hostilities between Apaches and Americans -- Life on reservations -- The traditional Apache home -- Growing up Apache -- Apache spiritualism -- Art and the Apache -- The San Carlos Reservation today -- The Fort Apache Reservation today -- The Eastern Apaches today.
Summary From the Great Plains of the Mid-West to the deserts of the Southwest, readers will be captivated by the rich and fascinating history and culture of the Apaches. These courageous people battled for their land, endured the harshest climates to maintain their way of life, and have persevered through modern economic struggles. This book tells the story of this resilient people and is illustrated with eye-catching photographs and artwork that reveal all the complexity of past and present Apache life.
Other Title Print version: Richmond, Wren. Apache. New York : Rosen Publishing, ©2015 9781499416664