New info about Apache names (From antropological notes of the interviews of Asa Daklugie and Eugene Chihuahua): Chihuahua - Tłá•’í•’ez - “To push something under something else with your foot”. Jolsanne/Ulzana - Ozaní’(Daklugie): “Tanned buckskin”; Eugene Chhuahua says it means nothing, being just a name, but that Ozani was called Bį•sópàn which means “Big Buckskin”.
I would like to know in what book is all of this information you typed. I am very interested in the apartment culture since I was little. If possible
I take information not from any one book, but from many different sources, to list which will be a very difficult task. These are various books, periodicals, government documents published on official websites, and more. From books relating to the life of the Chief Chihuahua, I can recommend the books of Sweeney, Eva Ball, and Shame and Endurance: The Untold Story of the Chiricahua Apache Prisoners of War by H. Henrietta Stockel about postwar times.