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APACHE INDIANS - RELIGION AND MYTHOLOGY

The wind is everywhere: conversations with Paul Ethelbah and Edgar Perry Jr. as told to Michael Moore

Author: 
M. Moore
Article Date: 
Fall 1988
Article Abstract: 
The informants discuss the Gan (Apache Crown Dancers) and their role in Apache ritual and society. Illus. Ports.
Language: 
English

The sacred clowns of the Chiricahua and Mescalero Indians

Author: 
M. E. Opler
Article Date: 
March 9-23, 1938
Language: 
English

The ceremony of the big wickiup

Author: 
E. Arnold
Article Date: 
August 1951
Article Abstract: 
Describes the puberty ceremony
Language: 
English

Mountain spirits of the Chiricahua Apache

Author: 
M. E. Opler
Article Date: 
July 1946
Language: 
English

Folk psychiatry of the Apaches of the Mescalero Indian Reservation

Author: 
L. B. Boyer and Ari Kiev
Language: 
English
Notes: 
In: Magic, faith, and healing.

Apache revival

Author: 
R. Mahoney
Article Date: 
August 11, 1957
Article Abstract: 
Annual Bible pow-wow held near Whiteriver during two-week outdoor camp meeting
Language: 
English

Apache puberty ceremony for girls

Author: 
B. Cummings
Article Date: 
October 1939
Language: 
English

A native religious movement among the White Mountain and Cibecue Apache

Author: 
G. Goodwin and C. Kaut
Article Date: 
Winter 1954
Language: 
English

A comparison of Navaho and White Mountain Apache ceremonial forms and categories

Author: 
G. Goodwin
Article Date: 
Winter 1945
Language: 
English

A big wickiup for Little Flower

Author: 
R. H. Winsor
Article Date: 
March -April 1955
Article Abstract: 
Describes the puberty ceremony
Language: 
English