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Apache Man: You are viewing an unusual image of Tsahizn Tseh. It was taken in 1906 by Edward S. The image shows Tsahizn Tseh, an Apache Man, bust portrait, facing front, with a bandana covering his head.

Apache man playing a one stringed instrument with a bow. One of the few stringed instruments used by Native Americans in their music. Photographed between 1883 and 1888.

Chasi, a Warm Springs Apache musician playing the apache fiddle, a one stringed instrument with a bow, One of the few stringed instruments used by Native Americans in their music.

Edward Two Moons. ~Edward is President of the Chiricahua Apache Nation, a self sufficient community at the Dos Cabezas Mountains Sacred Lands.

Edward Two Moons. ~Edward is President of the Chiricahua Apache Nation, a Self Sufficient community at the Dos Cabezas Mountains Sacred Lands and Chiricahua Apache jewelry artist

Amazing picture of Geronimo, great Apache chief

Geronimo, The famous Chiricahua Apache Chief - Native American Charcoal drawing from a photograph.

Chief Naiche (ca. 1857-1919) was the final hereditary chief of the Chiricahua band of Apache Indians. Naiche's name, which in English means "meddlesome one" or "mischief maker", is alternately spelled Nache, Nachi, or Natchez. He was the youngest son of Cochise. Naiche died on March 16, 1919 in Mescalero, New Mexico.

Chief Naiche was the final hereditary chief of the Chiricahua band of Apache. Naiche's name, which in English means "meddlesome one" or "mischief maker". He was the youngest son of Cochise. Naiche died on March 1919 in Mescalero, New Mexico.

Acoma Man. It was made in 1905 by Edward S. Curtis.

Acoma Brave Pueblo Indian "I add my breath to your breath that we shall be as one people." --Pueblo proverb Acoma Pueblo people are believed to have descended from the Anasazi, Mogollon, and other ancient peoples.

Cochise one of the most famous Apache leaders. Find out more about him and what he said at Native American Images

Chief Cochise~Apache Indian Cochise was a chief of the Chokonen band of the Chiricahua Apache and the leader of an uprising that began in Cochise County, Arizona is named after him. This county is where my Dad lives now.

Chief Reynard Faber of the Jicarilla Apache Nation. He is also the great-grandson of Apache Chief Geronimo.

Pinner:: A photo of Chief Reynard Faber of the Jicarilla Apache Nation. He is also the great-grandson of Apache Chief Geronimo.

Navajo chief, ca. 1904 by Edward S. Curtis

Edward S.Curtis 1904 photo entitled:: A chief of the desert - Navaho. Portrait of a (Navajo) chief. He has whiskers and wears a cloth headband and a woven patterned blanket around his shoulders.

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