What type of shelter did the Apache Indian have?

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The Apache was a tribe of the Southwest, especially Arizona, New Mexico and Texas as well as northern Mexico. These hunters/warriors were always on the move and needed simple, easy to construct housing. Most Apache lived in wickiups which were simple
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