from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An Apache tribe formerly inhabiting southern New Mexico, western Texas, and north-central Mexico, with a present-day population in southern New Mexico.
- n. A member of this tribe.
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- proper n. A Native American tribe.
- proper n. The language spoken by these people.
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The Jicarillas, or "Basket-makers", are not so well known as the Mescalero and White Mountain Apaches, as they have lived somewhat apart from the more interesting Pueblo region to the southward.
Obviously, the greater crisis still looms, not just on the Mescalero Apache reservation, but over all ofIndian country.
The Mescalero Apache reservation has created their own suicide prevention youth program, Honor Your Life, headed by coordinator Jeremiah Simmons.
Obviously, the greater crisis still looms, not just on the Mescalero Apache reservation, but over all ofÂIndian country.
And the recent news are encouraging: In 2010 there were no teen suicides on the Mescalero Apache reservation.
Soon I will make one of my regular trips to the Mescalero Apache reservation in New Mexico.
There is El Mescalero $13, an arbol chili-infused mescal that comes with jalapeño.
We were about to make a 900-mile journey from Southern California to Alamogordo, New Mexico, where I was invited to be part of the "Honor Your Life" program at the Mescalero Apache School on the Apache reservation.
We left the Mescalero Apache rez on Friday, but our adventure was not over.
Our work began the next day early as we arrived at the Mescalero Apache School to be greeted by my dear friend who is like family me, Janice Merino.