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La Llorona, The Weeping Woman of Latin American Folklore

La Llorona, Spanish for “the Weeping Woman,” is a mythical, vicious ghost of Hispanic-American origin, said to wander coasts and waterfronts mourning her children she drowned. La Llorona’s ghost story is arguably the most widely and enthusiastically discussed, interpreted, and sometimes conflated in all Latin American and Spanish communities in the US. But the overarching

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History of the Apache Indians 

The Apache is a group of Native American tribes with similar cultures and languages. Tribes such as the Jicarilla, Chiricahua, Mescalero, Lipan, Trementina, Conejero, Limita, and Kiowa are part of the Apache people.  The word “Apache” came from the Zuni language, meaning “enemy.” Apache Indians referred to themselves as the “nde,” “inde,” or “ndee” peoples. 

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