Apache Man with Bow & Arrow


Mitchell & Baer Unknown ina105pa.jpg IN-A-105 B&W 1500-0105-0001 ina105pa Stereograph Print 4x6 Historic Photographs 1880s Reproduction requires permission. Digital images property of SHM Library & Archives


An unidentified Apache man posing with a bow and arrow in a photography studio. The Apache people used the bow and arrow as well as spears for hunting. They would make extremely beautiful arrows out of bone. Over time, Apache hunters learned that buzzard and turkey feathers make the best arrows as they are more resistant. They would use a special, flexible wood in order to prepare their bows.

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