The Apache Are conveniently divided into the Eastern and Western bands. The former includes the Mescalero and Jicarilla Apache; the Western band comprises the Coyotero, Pinal, Aravapai and others. The Jicarilla number over eight hundred persons and occupy a reservation in Northern New Mexico, adjoining the southeast corner of the Southern Ute reservation in Colorado. Their reservation contains 416,000 acres. Stock raising the basket making are their chief occupations.