Tracking Nana is an initiative of the Nana Project, a not-for-profit volunteer organization dedicated to historical research, public education and advocacy. It is our mission to recall, promulgate and where necessary clarify or correct the history of the Chihene, also known as the Warm Springs and Chiricahua Apache people, and to advocate for the return of their descendants to their ancestral homeland in southwestern New Mexico.

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One Reply to “Mission”

  1. Tracking Nana
    An interesting project and approach to research.
    Did we discuss Santa Fe Trail logistics? Spoke to a few after my presentation and some is a blur.
    You are into Apache history in much greater depth. My interest was to flesh out what Benjamin Wilson was doing in New Mexico which drug me into Apache research. It turned out that the Chiricahua Tribe was the focus of my article on Wilson. He spent 1833-1837 working out of Santa Rita for Kirker and McKnight and it is probable that he ran into Nana some time or other. But I cannot really contribute to your interest which is decades after my research.
    If you respond to this email can forward some info on my efforts to date.
    Jim Bueche
    May 12, 2015


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