Fascinating photos of Apache Native Americans from the 1890s to the 1920s.

Across Eastern Arizona, West Texas, Southern Colorado, Eastern Arizona, Northern Mexico, and New Mexico, the Apache people have lived out their lives for many centuries.

Their collective homelands, called Apacheria, consist of mountains, sheltered rich valleys, canyons, deserts, and the Great Plains.  Old sepia photographs capture a time that is frozen in the minds of many people – a time when Geronimo rode, and these people lived free on the rolling grasslands.  The Apache spoken languages are Southern Athabaskan and are linguistically related to the language found in Alaska and Canada.


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