American Indian languages
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Aguas Nuevas (Agua Nueva Apaches)
"Aguas Nuevas" was the name of an Apache band of Texas and northern Mexico. They were
also known as the Norteños or the Tsebekinéndé. Aguas Neuvas is a Spanish placename within their territory, by
which they have often been known. The Aguas Nuevas Apaches have merged with other Mescalero people
and do not exist as a distinct tribe today.
Here are links to our webpages about the Aguas Nuevas tribe and language:
The Southwest Indians
Here are a few good books about the Aguas Nuevas:
Culture and Customs of the Apache Indians
Wisdom Sits In Places
Mescalero Apache-English Dictionary
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