By Lee Hammond
Lee Hammond is helping you get your acrylic work previous that preliminary “awkward stage” with nice advice and methods for reaching reasonable effects.
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Figure 6: Reconstructed Chiricahua Apache wickiup at Apache Pass. Photo by author. Figure 7: The ruins of the Butter¤eld Stage Station, Apache Pass. Photo by author. 16 Chapter 1 Indian Agency, including the stone house where Thomas Jeffords lived as their agent. Cochise had agreed to living within the con¤nes of a reservation as long as their Indian agent was his friend Jeffords, whom he knew would see that they were treated fairly. One of the most remarkable friendships ever recorded in history, the relationship between these two men was based on mutual trust and respect.
D. 1400 (Opler 1983:382), the Apacheans had arrived in what is now called the Southwest in small bands of undifferentiated migratory peoples. The Spanish would later call them Apache, from what is probably a Zuni word for any group of non-Pueblo people. Resilient and resourceful, they had had to adapt to many varied ecological niches on their long journey. Once they reached the Southwest, change continued to be a vital process that exposed them to different cultures and ways of life, providing important stimulus for their own way of life.
Typically women did the gathering and food preparation and constructed dwellings and clothing as well as took care of the children. Men were occupied with hunting, raiding, and warfare, though they also helped to gather the agave (also known as the century plant or mescal) and prepare the oven in which to bake this primary food source. Daklugie, Juh’s son, described the Chiricahua way of life before it was interrupted by white encroachment: Our people roamed, following the ripening of foods, so that they could provide a year’s supply.