Bedonkohe Apache Fact Sheet
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The Apache Indians are divided into six sub tribes, which are further divided into bands and clans. The bedonkohe apache were a band of Chiricahua Apache, whose most famous leader was Geronimo. In this section, you will find articles about the Bedonkohe Apache people, their history, and culture.

Tribe: Apache

Sub-Tribe: Chiricahua Apache

Band Name: Bedonkohe Apache

Traditional Name:


Meaning of Traditional Name:

Bedokohe =  

Alternate names:

Chiricahua Apache

Alternate spellings:


Name in other languages:




Arizona, Old Mexico

Band Population at Contact:  





Traditional Territory:

Region of mountainous country which lies west from the east line of Arizona, and south from the head waters of the Gila River.

Traditional Allies:

Chihenne (Hot Springs) Apache, Nedni Apaches, Chokonen Apaches

Traditional Enemies:


Sacred Places:


Historical Leaders:


Catastrophic Events:




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