Amazing Arizona Program: Apaches and Their Horses

2950 E. Tacoma St
Sierra Vista, AZ 85635
(520) 439-2306
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Event Start
1:00 PM on Jan 2, 2018
Event End
2:00 PM on Jan 2, 2018

Join us for “Apaches and their Horses” with Dr. Deni Seymour, internationally recognized authority on protohistoric, Native American, and Spanish colonial archaeology and ethno-history. Horses shaped warfare and intercultural relations, were intertwined with family and inter-band relations, and were integrated into Apachean lives through use of horse power and in ceremonies. The horse is maintained in contemporary culture and archaeological traces document the historical role of horses in rock art, bones, landscape use, and artifacts.

When: 1 PM

Where Ethel H. Berger Center, 2950 E Tacoma St., Sierra VIsta, AZ. 85635

Admission: Free

Info: (520) 417-6960, or

Event Start
1:00 PM on Tuesday, January 2, 2018
Event End
2:00 PM on Tuesday, January 2, 2018
Ethel H Berger Center
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Amazing Arizona, hosted by the Henry F. Hauser Museum, is a series of educational presentations seeking to educate and entertain the community regarding unique historical aspects of our state. Our current series was inspired by a collection of quilts donated by our own Hummingbird Stitchers Quilt Guild depicting the nature, culture, and history of life along the border.

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