The Past is Present... Fort Apache, Arizona!
Come discover this unique icon and learn at the crossroads of cultures.
Fort Apache is located in
a region with excellent wilderness and outdoor adventure
• Army Post from 1870 to 1922
• Boarding School since 1923
• Icon of the Apache Wars and the American West. Now a Center
to remember history and celebrate Apache heritage.
Come Share Our Story!
Fort Apache and Theodore Roosevelt School
Named National Historic Landmark
14th Annual Great Fort Apache Heritage
Reunion/Ndee La Ade-Gathering of the People
Saturday, May 11, 2013, join us for the annual Apache Song
and Dance Celebration, arts and crafts, food vendors, trail hikes and
tours of the Fort Apache/Theodore Roosevelt School National Historic
Landmark. Come share a day of commemoration and fun.
Our Cornfield, A Living Heritage Program
Nohwike' Bágowa Museum will continue its heritage garden
in 2013 at the historic horticultural area at the confluence
of the East and North Forks of the White River. Our garden provides
demonstrations of traditional horticulture techniques and crop varieties
where ancestral Pueblo, Ndee, military, and boarding school gardeners
tended fields before us. This program is supported by a grant from the
Institute of Museum and Library Services.
The Fort Apache Heritage Foundation, Inc., is pleased to provide accommodations
for the fourth season of the White Mountain Apache Tribe/University of Arizona
Ethnography and GIS Research Experience for Undergraduates, June 13 through
July 26. This National Science Foundation-supported field school provides social
science and computer training to a select group of Western Apache and other
For more information see http://anthropology.arizona.edu/