The cultural center had interesting information on the Apache. Displays made a big point of loving the land. The entire town of Whiteriver and the surrounding areas were coverd in discarded plastic bags. Some love. Fort Apache has a cabin with the information on the fort history. The cabin was closed because a dog had taken up residence and torn the place up. The stewards don't show much interest in visitors learning the white man history in the area. The nearby Kinishba ruins had been restored in part in the 1930's under the leadership of an ASU professor. The Apache stewards have left the place deteriorate.
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