18+Apache - Apache A pach e Sometime in the early 1200s...

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Apache Apache Sometime in the early 1200’s there was a large climate shift that brought about the demise of a number of cultural developments across North America. • Cahokia (on the Mississippi near St. Louis) They are Athabaskans whose relatives live mostly in the far north: Alaska and the Yukon. • Anasazi (in the Four Corners area) The ancestors of the Navajo and Apache, the Apacheans, come into the Southwest in the immediate post-Anasazi period.
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Apache Apache By the time the Spanish show up in the 1500’s, the Navajos and Apaches were politically and linguistically distinct groups. By the time of Mexican independence, the Navajos had largely made peace with the Mexicans. They raided farms because the cattle and sheep were easy targets. The various groups of Apaches never did. Apaches lived a hunter-gatherer life-style.
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United States comes into control of the Southwest and California as a result of two wars with Mexico. • Texas War of Independence (1836) [indirectly]
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