100 Years of Freedom: The Fort Sill Apache Tribe Centennial of the Final Release of the Chiricahua/Warm Springs Apache Prisoners of War (2014)

THIS IS A RECORD OF A TWO DAY CELEBRATION IN MARCH 2014, MARKING THE CENTENNIAL OF THE END OF THE 28 YEAR PERIOD DURING WHICH THE CHIRICAHUA APACHES-- MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN--WERE HELD BY THE UNITED STATES ARMY AS "PRISONERS OF WAR."

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A record of the the Fort Sill Apache Tribe's Centennial celebration of the final release of the Chiricahua/Warm Springs Apache Prisoners of War, held in Apache and Lawton and Fort Sill, Oklahoma, on March 7, 8, 2014. Features interviews with participants and highlights of a very meaningful, two day celebration/commemoration. One Apache elder interviewee sums up the two day celebration: at the Sunrise ceremony she could feel the ancestors and they were crying because of the prisoner of war experience, but happy to have finally gotten their freedom. Written by Anonymous

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English

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17 November 2014 (USA) See more »

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