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and how to cite this page. Loss of annual production from the Chiricahuas 5/25/98 At the opening of the Centennial Era, the Chiricahua Apache were living in the Apache country of the mountains and plains, at the lower end of the present Arizona-New Mexico border. In terms of territory, the Chiricahua Apaches held a large tract of Arizona, Arizona/New Mexico, and western Texas. They had extended their areas of influence into New Mexico and Texas in the early decades of the twentieth century. The Chiricahua lived in a few isolated strongholds in the extreme south of Arizona, where the mountains and the springs were guarded by their larger number of warriors. Their Apache and Uto-Aztecan villages were in the mountain ranges on the eastern side of the great south-running Gila River basin. Many Apache villages were in the timbered foothills of the mountains. The Chiricahua Apaches lived in small groupings along the Gila River and its tributaries. Groups lived in the valleys in New Mexico, Arizona, and southern Colorado. The main Chiricahua villages were situated in the upland drainage of the Rio Grande, the Salt River, and the Upper Gila. The villages were often situated on timbered knolls and mesas. They were in the valleys and plains of the Rio Grande and the Salt River drainages. Some villages were on open plains and plains adjacent to mountain slopes and were visited by bands that were not stationary. The Chiricahua Apache were no strangers to the world in which they lived. Their name was associated with small raidings and occasional engagements with settled populations. They learned to live in these environments and were known to be remarkable adaptable fighters. They lived in areas beyond where most Apache were at the beginning of the twentieth century. The Chiricahua were among the most aggressive of the western Apache. This was true of their fight with the white man. For generations the Chiricahua had fought the Apaches of the Mogollon and the other tribes of the central region of the Southwest, which are often considered to be the ancestral Apache. The Mogollon were a group of the southern Pueblo peoples who lived in the central and northern Gila River region. They were a relatively recent addition to the area. They



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