Apache Woman and Girl
detailsUnknown Unknown ina0169pb.jpg IN-A-0169 B&W 1500.0169.0002 ina0169pb Print 3x5 Historic Photographs 1900s Reproduction requires permission. Digital images property of SHM Library & Archives
Apache woman and girl wearing long dresses.
Prior to the mid-1800s, traditional Apache women’s clothing consisted of buckskin dresses. The introduction of commercial cloth brought about the two-piece calico dresses imitating the clothing of Mexican women.
Today, traditional Apache clothing is worn during religious ceremonies, other cultural events, and on special occasions.
To purchase this image please click on the NOTIFY US button and we will contact you with details
The process for online purchase of usage rights to this digital image is under development. To order this image, CLICK HERE to send an email request for details. Refer to the ‘Usage Terms & Conditions’ page for specific information. A signed “Permission for Use” contract must be completed and returned. Written permission from Sharlot Hall Museum is required to publish, display, or reproduce in any form whatsoever, including all types of electronic media including, but not limited to online sources, websites, Facebook Twitter, or eBooks. Digital files of images, text, sound or audio/visual recordings, or moving images remain the property of Sharlot Hall Museum, and may not be copied, modified, redistributed, resold nor deposited with another institution. Sharlot Hall Museum reserves the right to refuse reproduction of any of its materials, and to impose such conditions as it may deem appropriate. For certain scenarios, the price for personal usage of the digital content is minimal; CLICK HERE to download the specific form for personal usage. For additional information, contact the Museum Library & Archives at 928-445-3122 ext. 14 or email: email@example.com.