Apache Indian Youth


Baker and Johnston, Photographers Unknown ina0136p.jpg Duke Family Collection, PC-128, Box 1 B&W 1500.0136.0000 ina0136p Print 4x6 Photo Collections 1880s Reproduction requires permission. Digital images property of SHM Library & Archives


Apache Indian youth wearing an unusual bead and bone necklace. 

An Apache Indian Bone Choker has a long tribal history. Worn for protection of the neck in battle.  Apache jewelers use virtually any color, but do tend toward traditional favorite color combinations, including black and white, red and yellow, or pale blue and dark blue.


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