APACHERÍA. The term Apachería is used to designate the area inhabited by the Apache Indians. Since there has been a written record, this has been in a region extending from north of the Arkansas River into the northern states of Mexico and from Central Texas to Central Arizona.
Frank D. Reeve, "The Apache Indians in Texas," Southwestern Historical Quarterly 50 (October 1946).
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