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Lozen Apache Woman Warrior – Warrior Nation

Lozen was an Apache warrior woman and Shaman. It is said that she possessed magic powers. Her brother, chief Victorio, is quoted to have said, Lozen is my rig…

Photographic portrait of an Apache Indian woman basket maker, ca.1880. She is sitting on a cloth on the ground with a partially finished basket in her hands on her lap. An awl lays in the basket. Several sheaves of straw sit at her side. She is wearing a plaid dress over a dotted dress. Her hair is cropped above her shoulders and has bangs. Behind her is table on which which sit a few pails and a cup. The trunk of a tree and brush are visible in the background.

Portrait of anApache Indian woman basket maker, :: California Historical Society Collection,

Old Nana, c.1800-1896 - The famous Apache Chief, who in 1880, at over age 70, was fighting and leading Geronimo and Naiche in battles. He was a nephew of Delgadito, and married a sister of Geronimo. Nana was often with Victorio in his many battles. He fought as a warrior well into his 80s. - www.aaanativearts... --- Close up of photo by Reed & Wallace, 1889.

Known among the Mimbreno Apache as Kas-tziden, War Leader, Nana was born in He grew up to marry Geronimo's sister and fought alongside Mangas Coloradas until Mangas was killed in

A cabinet card, "Al-Che-Say," titled in the negative, with imprint for F.A. Hartwell's Phoenix, AZ studio on left side; card, "Al-Che-Say, noted Apache scout + family, Ariz" written in pencil to right side of image. size 4 3/4 x 6 3/8in and 4 x 5 1/2in The image on the cabinet card was most likely taken by Andrew Miller, a photographer based in Silver City, New Mexico; the collector's notes draw attention to the initiate's cap worn by the boy, possibly the son of Alchesay (ZTX - 6/4/12 ) JC

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