Apache

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an old photo of a native american man
"Chevato (aka Chebahtah) the son of Shabete (Lipan Apache) and Ahkekon (Tonkawa) - Lipan Apache/Tonkawa/Comanche - no date {Note: Chevato was adopted by the Comanche and was then known as Chebahtah or Billy Chebahtah.}"
an old black and white photo of people in native american clothing posing for the camera
An un-identified Interpreter (second from left) with a group of Mescalero Apache men - 1885
an old black and white photo of two native american people standing next to each other
"Addochinah (Lipan Apache) and her husband, Pinero (Lipan Apache/Tonkawa/Comanche) - no date {Note: Both Pinero and his brother, Chevato who were born Lipan Apache and Tonkawa, were later adopted by the Comanche and lived with them.}"
an old photo of a native american woman
Little Old Boy (aka Dwarf) - Mescalero Apache - 1885
an old black and white photo of two native americans sitting next to each other on the ground
Kaytennae (Warm Springs) with his wife, Gouyen (Mescalero), and their son Kaywaykla (aka James Kaywaykla) - Apache - 1884
an old photo of a native american man
Grey Eagle - Jicarilla Apache - no date
two native american women sitting next to each other on the ground in front of rocks
Apache women - 1903
an old black and white photo of native americans
Apache boys preparing for a dance - no date
an old black and white photo of two native american people standing next to each other
"Addochinah (Lipan Apache) and her husband, Pinero (Lipan Apache/Tonkawa/Comanche) - no date {Note: Both Pinero and his brother, Chevato who were born Lipan Apache and Tonkawa, were later adopted by the Comanche and lived with them.}"
an old black and white photo of a man sitting on the edge of a pond
Jerome Geronimo Whitaker - Apache/Navajo/Mohawk - circa 1950
an old black and white photo of three people
"Plutarco Rivas (Chiricahua Apache/Mexican) with his son, Santiago Rivas (Chiricahua Apache/Mexican), and his wife, Sara De LaLuz-Rivas (Mexican) - before 1933 {Note: Santiago Rivas was Plutarco's son by his 1st wife who was Chiricahua Apache. Sara De LaLuz-Rivas was Plutarco's 2nd wife.}"
an old photo of a man with wrinkles on his face
"Plutarco Rivas (the son of Munoz and Maria De Jesus Rivas) - Chiricahua Apache/Mexican - before 1933 {Note: Maria De Jesus Rivas was born in Barcelona, Spain and her family moved to Mexico when she was a child. Later when she was older, she married a Chiricahua Apache man known as Munoz. When they had a son they named Plutarco Rivas, Maria's parents disowned her and she took her only son to Texas.}"
an old black and white photo of three women in native american dress sitting next to a teepee
Jicarilla Apache women - circa 1915
an old photo of a man with long hair wearing a turban and looking at the camera
Henry Wilson - Apache - 1898
an old black and white photo of a man in a suit with feathers on his head
Geronimo - Chiricahua Apache - 1904