Question: Did Apaches live in Hogans?

Did Apaches live in teepees?

For shelter, Apache used tipis, ramadas, and wickiups. Tipis had hide covers. Ramadas were open- air shelters constructed of poles set in the ground and connected by cross poles covered by brush.

What type of houses did the Apaches live in?

The Apache lived in two types of traditional homes; wikiups and teepees. The wikiup, also called a wigwam, was a more permanent home. Its frame was made from tree saplings and formed a dome. It was covered with bark or grass.

What language did Apache speak?

The Western Apache language is a Southern Athabaskan language spoken among the 14,000 Western Apaches in east central Arizona.

Western Apache language.

Western Apache
Native speakers 13,445 (65% of pop.) (2013)
Language family Dené–Yeniseian Na-Dené Athabaskan–Eyak Athabaskan Southern Southwestern Western Apache
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