By Gary Tonge
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Women also collected such foods as mesquite beans, agarita berries, sumac Ethnographic and Historic Background 29 berries, juniper berries, locust blossoms, the fruit of the screw bean, the rootstocks of the tule, onions, potatoes, varieties of greens, sun®ower seeds, grass seeds, acorns, pine nuts, pinyon nuts, walnuts, prickly pear, other cactus fruits, raspberries, strawberries, chokecherries, mulberries, grapes, and the stalk, blossoms, and fruit of the yucca (Opler 1983:413). The most important plant was the agave, or century plant, whose tender shoot they roasted and whose crown they baked and then dried in the sun for storage.
This ceremony was so important that it was held even in the middle of war when people were on the run from enemies, as Jason Betzinez (1959:87), who was with Geronimo, explained, “One of the girls with us reached womanhood, so right away her parents arranged the traditional ceremony in her honor, even while the shooting was heard on the other side of the hill. ” The following description of the ceremony and its symbolism is from Morris Opler (1994:15; 1996:82–132), unless otherwise noted. Since this event entailed great expense and elaborate planning during more normal times, preparations usually began a year or more before the feast, which was held after the girl’s ¤rst menses.
The camping ground is empty, and I am glad to have Cochise’s favorite spot to myself. A little sun ¤lters down through the thick canopy, but high above, the sun is hot and bright on the high pinnacles. Two ravens soar above me, chortling to each other as they sweep by on the wind currents. Figure 2: The Cochise Stronghold, southeastern Arizona. This place provided a secure home for Cochise and his people. Lookouts could easily spot strangers approaching at a great distance. Photo by author. Figure 3: The Cochise Stronghold, southeastern Arizona.