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APACHE

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Originally appearing in Volume V14, Page 459 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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APACHE. Athabaskan. In Arizona, 4879; New Mexico, 1244 Considerable Span- Marked improvement here and there. Cremony, Life among the Apaches Oklahoma, 45:1. Not rapidly de- lab blood due to Catholic and Lutheran missions. (1868); Bourke, 9th Ann. Rep. Bur. creasing as formerly thought. captives, &c. Ethnol., 1887-1888, and Jordan. .1 mer. Folk-Lore, 1890; Hrdlillka, Ameri- can Anthropologist, 1905. 'ARAPAHO. Algonkian. 358 at Ft. Belknap Reservation, S o m e S p a n i s h Oklahoma Arapaho American cal- Writings of Kroeber and Dorsey, Bull. Montana; 873 at Wind river (Mexican) blood Reservation, Wyoming; 885 in in places. tens; progress elsewhere. Men- Amer. ,Plus. Nat. His/., 1900-1907, nonite missions chiefly; also Dutch and Publ. Field Columb. Mies., Oklahoma. Holding their own. Reformed. 1903; Scott, Amer. -4nlhrop., 1907. .As INIBOIN. Siouan. In Montana, 1248; Alberta, 971; Some little. In Canada "steady advance," else- Maclean, Canadian Savage Folk Saskatchewan, 420. where good. Alberta Assmiboins (Toronto, 1890); McGee, 15th Ann. are Methodists; in Montana Rep. liar. Ethnol., 1893-1894. Catholic and Presbyterian nrfs- sions on reservations. Bneives. Athabaskan. 53o on liabine Lake, Bulkley river, Little, if any. Conservative. Little progress. Morice,.4nlhrapos, 1906-1907, and .inn. &e., in central British Columbia. Reached by Catholic mission of Arch. Rep. Ontario, 1905, and other Stuart Lake, WC. writings. B.sxxOCS. Shoshonian. About coo at Ft. Hall, and 78 at Little. Considerable improvement morally floffrnan, Proc. Amer. Philos. Soc., Lemhi Agency, Idaho. and industrially. 1886; Mooney, 14th .Ann. Rep. Bur. Ethnol., 1892-1893; Lowie, Anticrop. Pap..4,ner. Mus. Nat. Kist., 1909.
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