The Apache Continuum: An Analysis Of Continuity Through Change In San Carlos Apache Culture And Society
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Cultural anthropology, United States government, relocation, social problems
Social and Cultural Anthropology
This paper discusses 20th century Apache as not the last remnants of a people who once were Apache Indians, but rather as the most recent of many Apache generations living in accordance with patterns that represent the response of Apache society and culture to contemporary circumstances.--Preface.
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Perry, Richard John, "The Apache Continuum: An Analysis Of Continuity Through Change In San Carlos Apache Culture And Society" (1971). Anthropology - Dissertations. Paper 76.