AnswerThe Mapuche, or the Araucanians, as they were called by the Spaniards, in southern Chile resisted Spanish conquest for over 300 years.
There were different Apache tribes and all were essentially nomadic, following the buffalo herds and other game, anticipating the seasonal changes, etc. Mostly they were based in Texas, which was also, at one time, a separate country. Remember the Alamo?
It depends on the location of the tribe. Some common game hunted was buffalo, deer, fish, rabbit.
That is like asking how each person contributes in a large city; the answer would be so large you would die of old age reading it. The basic system of life in a clan was that everyone contributed as they could, while some had "job's" (more like duties) others were less specialized and made general contributions.