Project: Apache Tribe
This Sub-project is associated with the Native Americans Project
The mission of the project is to add and improve profiles of Native Americans. Project members take primary responsibility for relevant profiles or family groups and work on merging duplicates, cleaning up profiles, adding sources, removing incorrect information and offer research assistance as needed.
- Leaders: Shirley Dalton and Jillaine Smith
- Coordinators: Jeanie Roberts, Myths and Legends,Alex Elliott, Categorization and Sub-Projects
- Answer our G2G welcome post to join the Apache Tribe project and get a badge.
- Add native_americans to your followed tags.
- We use WikiTree Native Americans Google Group for communication.
- Check out our maintenance categories for our project needs, then jump in and start helping!
- Here is the Apache Tribe project's Error List. Working on these is a great way to contribute.
- Look at one of the Apache Tribe project's example profiles to see what we hope for in profiles that are part of our project. Other excellent examples from our project and others can be found in the Examples Gallery.
How to Join
To see our current members, please see the list below
To join the project:
- Ask the project leader M. Gaulden to add the project badge.
- Add the line [[Category:Native Americans Project]] to the text area of your profile page. This will add you to the list of participants on the Category page.
- Add "Native Americans" to your G2G tag feed.
- Add the tag native_americans to any discussions in G2G involving the Native Americans project or any of its sub-projects.
- Check out the To-Do list below to find something to help us work on, and add yourself (or ask one of us to) to that task.
- Please join the Google Mail Group for the WikiTree Native American Project
- For each person:
- All duplicates merged into lowest number
- PPP added only for individuals who are historically significant or are the subject of many merges.
- pertaining categories added
- templates added
- biography cleaned up and written, using the WikiTree Style Guide (can work with Profile Improvement Project for help)
- Attached family meets these goals, too
- Attached to the main WikiTree family tree (ask the GFR for help)
This Sub-Project is a part of the Native Americans Project. The purpose of the sub-project is to work on profiles of all individuals who Identify as being a part of one of the Six Nations of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, united by Kaianere'ko:wa.
||... ... ... was a Native American and member of the Apache tribe.|
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The Apaches formerly ranged over southeastern Arizona and north-western Mexico. The chief divisions of the Apaches were the Arivaipa, Chiricahua, Coyotero, Faraone Gileno, Llanero, Mescalero, Mimbreno, Mogollon, Naisha, Tchikun and Tchishi.  The current division of Apachean groups includes the Western Apache, Chiricahua, Mescalero, Jicarilla, Lipan, Salinero, and Plains Apache.
- Nina the Titith
- She Gha
- Ze Yeh
- Chee Hash Kish
- Lulu Geronimo
- Chappo Geronimo
- Fenton Geronimo
- Mangas Coloradas
- Elsie Vance Chestuen
- Dahteste Mangus
- Wikipedia: Apache Wars
- Apache Wars lists 42 separate Apache Wars
- Native American Encyclopedia: Battles of Apache Wars
- History of the Apache Indians
- Apache Indians
- AccessGenealogy Apache Indians
- Images of Apache Indians
- Native American Apache Facts
- Wikipedia- Apache
- Apache Indian Facts for kids
- Apache Tribe
- Apache Facts
- Apache Creation Story
- Dawes Rolls National Records Administration
- Access Genealogy: The Five Civilized Tribes
- Indian Census Rolls, 1885-1940
- Genealogy Nation: Kiowa Apache Reservation
- Women of the Apache Nation, Voices of. Truth
- Apache Voices
- Profile of Apache Women
- Apache Land
- Fort Sill Apache
- Genealogy Nation: Kiowa
- In the Days of Victorio, Recollections of a Warm Springs Apache
- Oklahoma State Kiowa
- Legends of America: Kiowa
- Wikipedia:Western Apache
- Wikipedia: Chiricahua
- Wikipedia: Jicarilla
- Wikipedia: Lipan
- Morris E. Opler’s "An Apache Life-Way: The Economic, Social, & Religious Institutions of the Chiricahua Indians" (University of Chicago Press, 1941, reprinted with an introduction by Charles R. Kaut, University of Nebraska Press, 1996).
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