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1 2 The various Apache groups fltered down from western Canada’s Athabaskan population. The migration may have started as early as 1000 A.. with the di!erent groups moving down the mountains and spreading out across the plains. Their arrival in the southwest predated panish discovery# when the Apachean peoples had already displaced or replaced earlier societies. The Apachean language group people had splintered into di!erent identifable divisions# some of which were$ %ava&o# 'estern
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  1  2  The various Apache groups fltered down rom western Canada’s Athabaskan population. The migration may have started as early as 1000 A.. with the di!erent groups moving down the mountains and spreading out across the plains. Their arrival in the southwest predated panish discovery# when the  Apachean peoples had already displaced or replaced earlier societies. The  Apachean language group people had splintered into di!erent identifable divisions# some o which were$ %ava&o# 'estern Apache# Chiricahua# (escalero# )icarilla# *ipan# and +lains Apache ,-iowa.The Apache people reer to themselves as /nde# the (escalero word or /person. The actual name /Apache may come rom the 2uni word or /%ava&os# or rom the 3avapai word or /enemy. There is also a chance it may have come rom the panish word or /raccoon. There isn’t a defnitive universal agreement on the source.The distinctive Apache 4oot was worn by both men and women# where in other 5irst %ations# wearing boots was more common among women. The rugged terrain# bristling with thorny plants and paved with &agged rocks and scalding sand# may very well have been the deciding actor in adopting the common use o boots as ootgear. 'hether the boots were a holdover rom the chills o their  Athabaskan Canadian srcins# an in6uence o panish invaders# adopted rom displace tribes# or inspired by climate and terrain# the Apache 4oot is perhaps the most distinctive and universally identifable ootgear among 5irst %ations peoples. 4eore beginning the moccasin pro&ect# look ahead# read andunderstand all instructions beore you start. 3  5or the construction o this hard7sole boot# the uppers should be made o moccasin type leather. 5or the sake o this pattern# +remium ueded plit#  which is widely available# will be used. The ormed soles will be constructed rom 8710 o9. vegetable tanned leather# commonly used in the construction o holsters and belts and lighter portions o sturdy saddles. :ther materials can be substituted# but or the pattern to work well# they must be o similar thickness and character.5irst# standing on a paper# trace your oot# holding the pen straight up and down. on;t tip the pen or edge it in toget a better tracing. )ust run it around your oot with it straight up and down as shown in the photo.   Then# trace  your other oot the same way.  you plan on wearing socks with your mocs# trace your oot wearing socks.Cut out each oot outline. Then# 6ip one over# line up the heels evenly# and staple together. (easure the outline rom the e<treme end o the heel to the 4

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