Objects & Places from Wisdom Sits in Places: Landscape and Language Among the Western Apache

Keith H. Basso
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Cibecue, Arizona, The Reservation

This place was located in Navajo County.

Cibecue, Arizona, The Village

This place contained 1,331 people as of the year 2000.

Place-Names

These were packed with symbolism and meaning, used for a number of purposes, including moral reprimand.

Maps

This helped to explain the author's five year journey.

Snakes' Water

This was a place from where women were scared off but were later permitted to stay.

Apache History

This was more tied to space than time and was well communicated through narrative form.

Apache Wisdom

This can be acquired through a smooth, steady, resilient mind.

Line of White Rocks Extends Up And Out

This was used to offer comfort, despite a person's foolishness.

Trail Goes Down Between Two Hills

This was used to show the importance of self-control.

Apache Social Morality

This was a set of shared expectations used by the Apache people.

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