Fort Sill Apache Tribe

The Fort Sill Apache Tribe is the federally recognized Native American tribe of Chiricahua Warm Springs Apache in Oklahoma.

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Sill - Name
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... The mountain is composed of an upper sill of dolerite and sandstone, with the harder dolerite forming cliffs and ridges ... The dolerite sill and the sediments underlying it are probably part of the Umkondo Group ... The Umkondo Group dolerite sill north of Nyangani, on the Kwaraguza Road, has been dated at 1099 Ma ...
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Fort Sill Apache Tribe - Notable Tribal Members
... Mildred Cleghorn (1910–1997), first chairperson of the tribe, and one of the first women elected as tribal chairperson in the United States Bob Haozous (b ...

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