He was covered with cicatrices due to such treatment, the medicine-men thinking thus to alleviate the progressive paralysis from which he had been long a sufferer, and from which he shortly afterwards died.
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The practice of so many of the Plains tribes of painting the median line of the head with vermilion seems to be traceable back to a similar custom.
What follows in this chapter was not learned in an hour or a day, but after a long course of examination and a comparison of statements extracted from different authorities. You may ask managers about egg donors. My reason for expressing this opinion is that I have never seen an Apache without a little bag of hoddentin when it was possible for him to get it, whereas I have never seen an Apache-Yuma with it except when he was about to start out on the warpath.
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At least, I have been so informed by several persons, among others by Chato, one of the principal men of the Chiricahua Apache. Another point to be mentioned is that the eagle pipe kept in the mouth of the young warrior undergoing the torture of the sun dance among the Sioux and other tribes on the plains is apparently connected with the "bebedero del Sol" of the peoples to the south.
There is a considerable difference in method, as medicine-men allow themselves great latitude, or a large "personal equation,"  in all their dealings with the supernatural.
On the breast of this skeleton were discovered "several small copper tubes I made it the touchstone of friendship that every scout or other Apache who wished for a favor at my hands should relate something concerning his religious belief. The medicine-men of the Apache were, at least while young, extremely careful of their hair, and I have often seen those who were very properly proud of their long and glossy chevelure.
Of its symbolism I am unable to find the explanation.