San Carlos Apache

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Noun1.San Carlos Apache - an Apache language
Apache - the language of the Apache
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Sports betting falls under the same category, so it should be subject to the same negotiations regarding the compacts, according to Steve Titla, and attorney for the San Carlos Apache Nation.
The mum, who is a member of the San Carlos Apache Tribe, is a patient at the Hacienda HealthCare centre in Arizona.
In a separate development, the San Carlos Apache Tribe said in a statement obtained on Tuesday by 12 News, a local television station, that the woman at the center of the case is a 29-year-old "enrolled member" who "has been in a persistent vegetative state and coma for over a decade."
Wendsler Nosie Sr., a former San Carlos Apache chairman, said McCain also missed opportunities to do right by Indian Country and is hopeful others in Congress can learn from that.
Peter Livingston, working on projects related to drainage and agricultural planning with the San Carlos Apache Nation.
But Oak Flat is a site sacred to the San Carlos Apache. The Apache have since traveled across the country--from Times Square to Capitol Hill--to urge Congress to pass new legislation reversing the giveaway of a place where the Apache go to pray.
Hweeldi Baa Hane': Our Truth, Our Stories--Dine College Ned Hatahtli Museum, includes photos that were taken at Fort Sumner, NM, between 1862-1868, the exhibit includes exclusive excerpts of the stories and experiences of Navajos on the Long Walk and includes two poems and a short documentary on the Long Walk, 928-724-6981 or The San Carlos Apache Tribe opened its Cultural Center to tell their own story of their people.
This new gem material had been recently surface-collected by Charles Vargas on the San Carlos Apache Reservation in Arizona.
The San Carlos Apache Tribe is planning to start its own college in partnership with Arizona State University.
Tribes represented include Arapaho, Assiniboine, Isleta, Navajo, San Carlos Apache, Sioux, Taos, and Tohono O'odham Indians.
Earlier in the day the secretary visited the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation in southeastern Arizona.

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