Yapping Dogs by Howard Terpning
Dogs have been man’s best friend for many years and through many cultures, and at Plains Indian camps, dogs acted the way that dogs do. Returning home with a horse laden with goods, a Chiricahua Apache warrior finds himself being greeted in an enthusiastic, noisy, and possibly annoying manner, but the dogs don’t seem to care.
“Every camp had many dogs always present to complain or greet old friends upon their arrival. Both Cochise and Geronimo were Chiricahua and this band of Apache was the last to oppose the U.S. government’s control of their ancestral lands.”
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