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A Strong Nation The Apache people have a long, rich history. They are remembered for their handmade baskets and U-shaped wickiups. They are also known for their long fight to protect their way of life. Apache roots run deep. Today, the people have kept alive those special things that make them Apache. Even though times have changed, many people carry the traditions, stories, and memories of the past into the present. 28 Modern Apache honor their homelands and traditions. This dried food helped the buffalo meat to keep for a long time without going bad.

A Strong Nation The Apache people have a long, rich history. They are remembered for their handmade baskets and U-shaped wickiups. They are also known for their long fight to protect their way of life. Apache roots run deep. Today, the people have kept alive those special things that make them Apache. Even though times have changed, many people carry the traditions, stories, and memories of the past into the present. 28 Modern Apache honor their homelands and traditions. This dried food helped the buffalo meat to keep for a long time without going bad.

They are also known for their long fight to protect their way of life. Apache roots run deep. Today, the people have kept alive those special things that make them Apache. Even though times have changed, many people carry the traditions, stories, and memories of the past into the present. 28 Modern Apache honor their homelands and traditions. This dried food helped the buffalo meat to keep for a long time without going bad. It was also portable, so hunters could carry it with them. 29 “We are all the children of one God.

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