The Apache Indians are divided into six sub tribes.

  1. Be-don-ko-he,
  2. Chiricahua
  3. Mimbreľo
  4. Aravaipa
  5. Pinal
  6. Nednhi
Apache Native People: The Apache
The Apache Notes on the North American indians by ES Curtis
Apache Indians Song of Apache Indians HUH WUHLI NICH Sung by Hal Aantonio
The Apache Indians Inde (Apache) Literature
The Apache Indians of Arizona Welcome to Cradleboard Elementary School
Fort Apache Indian Reservation from the Apache students in Mr. Marley's 4th grade class
Jicarilla Apache: Tinde
White Mountain Apache Tribe  
White Mountain Apache White Mountain Apache Reservation Map
Alchesay-Williams Creek National Fish Hatchery Two-station hatchery complex consisting of the Alchesay and the Williams Creek National Fish Hatcheries. Located on the Fort Apache Indian Reservation in east central Arizona. The complex is known for its leading role in the recovery of the threatened Apache trout.
Be-don-ko-he, Inhabited that region of mountainous country which lies west from the east line of Arizona, and south from the head waters of the Gila River.
Chiricahua people Chiricahua people roamed throughout southeastern Arizona and southwestern New Mexico to deep into the Sierra Madre of northern Mexico. There were basically three bands: the central Chiricahua, to which Cochise belonged, whose basic territory was the southeastern Arizona; the Mimbreľo people, who were in southwestern New Mexico (Victorio later became chief of this band), and the so-called Nednhi (means "enemy people" in Apache), whose later chief was Geronimo's cousin, Juh. All of these Chiricahuas were bitter enemies of Mexico. They frequently raided both Sonora and Chihuahua. Cochise himself is first recorded to have been in a fight with Mexicans in May 1832 somewhere on the Gila River.
Cochise [12] Born Circa 1812 Died 8th ,June 1874
Eskiminzen Born Circa 1828,
Geronimo [6] Born circa 1823, died 17th February 1909
Juh Born about 1825,
Nana Born Circa 1800.
Victorio Born Circa 1825
Apache Medicine Dance