Myths & Legends of the Apache


Apache Teepees in Arizona

Apache Teepees in Arizona

The Governor, Old Woman White Hands

Killing Of The Monsters

The Man Who Helped the Eagles

Origins of the Apache Indians

Releasing the Buffalo

The Supernatural Person in the Lake



“When a child my mother taught me the legends of our people; taught me of the sun and sky, the moon and stars, the clouds and storms. She also taught me to kneel and pray to Usen for strength, health, wisdom, and protection. We never prayed against any person, but if we had aught against any individual we ourselves took vengeance. We were taught that Usen does not care for the petty quarrels of men.”

– Geronimo [Goyathlay], Chiracahua Apache

Apache Dancers, Edward S. Curtis, 1906

Apache Dancers, Edward S. Curtis, 1906

Also See:

Indian Proverbs & Wisdom

Legends, Myths & Tales of Native Americans

Old West Legends

Native American People

Native American Tribes

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