White Mountain Apache Fact Sheet
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     N'de, Din, Tinde, Inde or "The People"
 

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The Apache Indians are divided into six sub tribes. The White Mountain Apache are one of these Apache tribes. In this section, you will find articles about the White Mountain Apache people, their history, and culture.

Official Tribal Name:


 


Federally recognized indian tribe.
Address:  
Phone:  
Fax:  
Email:  
Official Website: White Mountain Apache

Common Name: White Mountain Apache



Traditional Name:

Ndee

Meaning of Traditional Name:


Ndee = The People


Alternate names:


 

Alternate spellings:

 

Name in other languages:



Registered Population:


The White Mountain Apache Tribe now consists of approximately 15,000 members.

Region:

Southwest,

State:

Arizona

Bands / Population at Contact:  



Language Classification:


 

Language Dialects:


 

Number of fluent Speakers:


 

Tribal Enrollment Requirements:


 

Tribal Flag:



 

Tribal Emblem:



 

Related Tribes:


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

Origins:


 

Traditional Territory:


 



Original Reservation:


 

Current Reservations:


San Carlos Reservation, Arizona
White Mountain Reservation, Arizona

White Mountain Reservation
Tribes and Bands:


Chiricahua Tribe

San Carlos Tribe

Tsiltaden a.k.a. Chilion

Coyoteros

Mimbrenos

Mogollones

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    Eskiminzin was an important Aravaipa Apache Chief during the Apache Wars. He was instrumental in the negotiations which set the terms which established the San Carlos Reservation.
San Carlos Band
Tontos Band

Tsiltaden a.k.a. Chilion

Coyoteros

Mimbrenos

Mogollones

White Mountain Apache



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Religion Today


 

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Historical Political Organization


 

Government Today:


 

Famous Contemporary People:




Historical Leaders:


Famous White Mountain Apache people included a scout named Tsoe, Chief Alchesay, Chief Hashkedasila (Chief Diablo), Chief Hashk Dasila, and Geronimo (see Chiricahua).

Catastrophic Events:


 

Treaties:


 

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In the News:


 

Further Reading:


 



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