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The Apache Indians are divided into six sub tribes. The Kiowa-Apache, also known as the Plains Apache, are one of these Apache tribes. In this section, you will find articles about the Kiowa Apache people, their history, and culture. Famous Kiowa Apache chiefs included Chief Pacer (Peso, Essa-queta), Dohosan, Iron Shirt, Koon-Ka-Zachey, Lone Wolf and Gataka.

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Plains Apache

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The Kiowa Apache, or Plains Apache, are one of the six sub-tribes of the Apache tribe. The others are the Chiricahua, Jicarilla, Lipans, Mescalero, White Mountain Apache, and Western Apache. The seventh Apachean group, the Navajo, are now considered as a separate tribe.



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