Cossack fairy tales and folk-tales. by R. Nisbet Bain

By R. Nisbet Bain

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Photo, Julia A. Jordan. His fluency in English was especially helpful in recalling old stories and describing different aspects of Apache culture. Fred Bigman, a full-blood Apache, was born in 1900 to very traditional parents. Fred was a fluent Apache speaker, one of relatively few left, and well-informed on the old ways of life. He attended government and public schools for, in his estimation, a total of about six years. He married Annie Somti, a Kiowa, who knew a lot about Apache medicines, knowledge she had acquired from Fred’s mother.

11 Ominously, this last directive induced exploitation by other tribes of a hunting area populated with what would soon be a dwindling supply of buffalo. 12 After the treaty was signed, the Cheyennes and Arapahoes quickly overran and exploited the Kiowa, Apache, and Comanche hunting area, reigniting serious altercations between the two groups. A peace was negotiated in 1840 by the Kiowas, Cheyennes, Comanches, and Apaches, with Leading Bear (presumably the Walking Bear of the 1837 treaty) speaking for the Apaches.

Nutrition is part of the problem. ”45 THE PLAINS APACHE CULTURE Plains Apaches possessed not only the material culture of all nomadic Plains tribes but their economic, social, and political structures as well. They were economically dependent on the buffalo, used the dog and the horse travois, lived in tepees, used hide receptacles, worshiped tribal medicine bundles, stood their ground in warfare when the situation was hopeless, counted coup (considered it more honorific to touch rather than kill an enemy), owned heraldic tipis that were passed to succeeding generations, and used a generational kinship classification.

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