Apache Voices: Their Stories of Survival as Told to Eve Ball

Apache Voices: Their Stories of Survival as Told to Eve Ball

Apache Voices: Their Stories of Survival as Told to Eve Ball

Apache Voices: Their Stories of Survival as Told to Eve Ball

Synopsis

In the 1940s and 1950s, long before historians fully accepted oral tradition as a source, Eve Ball (1890-1984) was taking down verbatim the accounts of Apache elders who had survived the army's campaigns against them in the last century. These oral histories offer new versions -- from Warm Springs, Chiricahua, Mescalero, and Lipan Apache -- of events previously known only through descriptions left by non-Indians. A high school and college teacher, Ball moved to Ruidoso, New Mexico, in 1942. After winning their confidence, Ball would ultimately interview sixty-seven Apache people.
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