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Chevato

William Chebahtah

Chevato

the story of the Apache warrior who captured Herman Lehmann

by William Chebahtah

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Published by University of Nebraska Press in Lincoln .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chevato, -- d. 1931,
  • Lehmann, Herman, -- 1859-1932,
  • Apache Indians -- Biography,
  • Comanche Indians -- Biography,
  • Apache Indians -- History,
  • Comanche Indians -- History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementWilliam Chebahtah and Nancy McGown Minor.
    GenreBiography.
    SeriesAmerican Indian lives
    ContributionsMinor, Nancy McGown.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE99.A6 C443 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17847986M
    ISBN 109780803210974
    LC Control Number2007002532

      If you’re a scholar or devoted reader of Native American or Texas and southwestern U.S. history, you don’t want to forego the chance to read don’t let the subtitle—The Story of the Apache Warrior Who Captured Herman Lehmann—bias your ’s November addition to the American Indian Lives Series combines enthohistory with extensive traditional historical. Chevato complements and complicates the two popular books published in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries based on Herman Lehmann's experiences: A Condensed History of the Apache.

    Questions and answers for Young Guns (). Ask anything you want to know, or answer other people. Answer: Chevato was an Apache warrior born in Mexico. History remembers him as the shaman that introduced peyote rituals to the American tribes. Check out the mistake & trivia books, on Kindle and in paperback. Add : Charlie Sheen. Chevato. The Beginning of a Comanche Military Legacy. 15 November By Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Anita C. Newman, Defense Media Activity. About years ago, when my great-grandfather Chevato joined the Army as a cavalry scout, he became the first known Comanche to officially enlist in the U.S. armed forces.

    How do I cite a book review article which has the same title as the book? I want to quote the journalist, Jeffrey D. Carlisle, who wrote an article titled "Chevato: The Story of the Apache Warrior Who Captured Herman Lehmann" for Chronicles of Oklahoma, published by the Oklahoma Historical Society in January The article is a review of the book Chevato: The Story of the Apache Warrior. (Khoshchevatoye, Ukraine) 48°18' / 29°57' by Leonid Roytman Published in Staten Island, NY, Click here to see how to add a Memorial Plaque to this Yizkor Book. Acknowledgments The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum submitted this list to the Yizkor Book Project. Alla Kogan and Paul R. Gordon transliterated the two lists and.


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Chevato: The Story of the Apache Warrior Who Captured Herman Lehmann (American Indian Lives)5/5(3). Chevato: The Story of the Apache Warrior Who Captured Herma (American Indian Lives) Paperback – July 1, by William Chebahtah (Author), Nancy McGown Minor (Author)/5(3).

Chevato provides a Native American point of view on both the Apache and Comanche capture of children and specifics regarding the captivity of Lehmann Here is the oral history of the Apache warrior Chevato, who captured eleven-year-old Herman Lehmann from his Texas homestead in May /5.

The Hardcover of the Chevato: The Story of the Apache Warrior Who Captured Herman Lehmann by William Chebahtah, Nancy McGown Minor, Nancy McGown Minor |Author: William Chebahtah.

The story of Chevato reveals important details regarding Lipan Apache shamanism and the origin and spread of the type of peyote rituals Chevato book today in the Native American s: 1. Chevato: The Story of the Apache Warrior Who Captured Herman Lehmann William Chebahtah, Nancy McGown Minor No preview available - The story of a Texas-area Apache who helped in the notorious Lehmann captivity, and later became a shaman, forms the backdrop for a study of Apache and Comanche history and the Chevato book of the peyote cult to the Mescalero Apaches.

The story of Chevato reveals important details regarding Lipan Apache shamanism and the origin and spread of the type of peyote rituals practiced today in the Native American community.

This book also provides a rare glimpse into Lipan and Mescalero Apache life in the late Chevato book century, when the Lipans faced annihilation and the Mescaleros faced the : William Chebahtah, Nancy McGown Minor.

Chevato and the Mescaleros on the raiding party hadn’t had anything to eat, and they were very hungry. So they made plans to attack the Mexican trans-port. They made the attack on them, and they killed all of the Mexican men leading the burros.

What they were interested in was the meat of the burros,Author: William Chebahtah, Nancy McGown Minor. The story of Chevato reveals important details regarding Lipan Apache shamanism and the origin and spread of the type of peyote rituals practiced today in the Native American community.

This book also provides a rare glimpse into Lipan and Mescalero Apache life in the late nineteenth century, when the Lipans faced annihilation and the Mescaleros faced the reservation. The story of Chevato reveals important details regarding Lipan Apache shamanism and the origin and spread of the type of peyote rituals practiced today in the Native American : University of Nebraska Press.

The story of Chevato reveals important details regarding Lipan Apache shamanism and the origin and spread of the type of peyote rituals practiced today in the Native American community. This 4/5(2).

According to family oral history and the aforementioned book, Chevato enlisted as a scout in March in Fort Stanton, New Mexico, probably as a way to feed his family.

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Only hours away from Loreto and 45 minutes from Santa Rosalia, Punta Chivato can be accessed by small plane, boat, or by car. The book contains in italics the stories of the capture of Lehmann and of Chevato's life as Chevato related them to his grandson William Chebahtah.

Chevato, originally a Lipan Apache, was born about near Zaragosa, Coahuila, : Joseph A. Stout. The story of Chevato reveals important details regarding Lipan Apache shamanism and the origin and spread of the type of peyote rituals practiced today in the Native American community.

Chevato: The Story of the Apache Warrior Who Captured Herman Lehmann Book Description Here is the oral history of the Apache warrior Chevato, who captured eleven-year-old Herman Lehmann from his Texas homestead in May Born in Mexico, Chevato was a Lipan Apache whose parents had been killed in a massacre by Mexican troops.

This fascinating book foregrounds the oral history of Chevato (Billy Chiwat), a Lipan Apache who in May captured eleven-yearold Herman Lehmann near Fredericksburg, Texas.

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Depending on which reference you use it could mean Informer, thief, mountain goat (quick and agile), infant rascal and several other meanings. Chevato’s great-grandfather was the first Lipan to make use of peyote in Mexico. Minor: “Although the Mescaleros had used peyote in their religious ceremonies it was the Lipan Apaches who created the form of ceremony practised by the Mescaleros by and the Comanches after ”.

According to family oral history and the aforementioned book, Chevato had enlisted as a scout in March in Fort Stanton, New Mexico, probably as a way to feed his family.

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