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Apache Creation Accounts, Stories, Histories

- English Translations

THE ORIGINS OF THE JICARILLA APACHE from http://www.jicarilla.net/Origins.htm - Jicarilla Apache Cultural Affairs Office website 10/19/2006

Jicarilla Apache History from http://www.jicarilla.net/Origins.htm - Jicarilla Apache Cultural Affairs Office website 10/19/2006

Jicarilla Apache Texts by Pliny Earle Goddard 1911

"Myths of the Jicarilla Apaches", Frank Russell, The Journal of American Folklore Vol XI, No. XLIII, 1898, pp. 253-271. Narrated by Laforia, translated by Gunsi. (University of Virginia Electronic Text Center)

"The Jicarilla Genesis", James Mooney, American Anthropologist Vol. XI, No. 7, 1898, pp. 197-209. Translated by Ásiñsti, whose English name is "Ed Ladd" and narrated by his father. (University of Virginia Electronic Text Center)

"An Apache Medicine Dance", Frank Russell, American Anthropologist Vol. XI, No. 12, 1898, pp. 357-372. Based on description of the ceremony provided by Gunsi.(University of Virginia Electronic Text Center)

Chiricahua and Mescalero Apache Texts Harry Hoijer, 1938 (University of Virginia Electronic Text Center)

Chiricahua and Mescalero

"A Chiricahua Apache account of the Geronimo Campaign of 1886", Morris Opler, New Mexico Historical Review October, 1938, Vol. XIII, No. 4. Narrated by Samuel E. Kenoi. (University of Virginia Electronic Text Center)

 

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