Reinterpreting Apache (Ndé) Identities in the Spanish Colonial Archives of New Mexico
In this talk, Dr. Webb examines the diversity of bands, clans, and family lineages identified as Apache (Ndé) who traveled throughout the Kingdom of New Mexico in the colonial period, focusing on their encounters with early Spanish explorers, their relations with other sovereign Indian nations, their development of extensive trading and raiding networks, and their status as genízaros or prisoners of war who forcefully resisted assimilation within Spanish colonial society.
Webb, Daniel. "Reinterpreting Apache (Ndé) Identities in the Spanish Colonial Archives of New Mexico." (2018). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/crs_presentations/23