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"Band of Chiricahua Apache Indians, followers of legendary renegade Geronimo, attending a peace negotiation after a long struggle against US gov't attempts to force them onto reservations. Location: Tombstone, AZ, US Date taken: 1886"

"Band of Chiricahua Apache Indians, followers of legendary renegade Geronimo, attending a peace negotiation after a long struggle against US gov't attempts to force them onto reservations. Location: Tombstone, AZ, US Date taken: 1886"

From October 1886 to May 1887, the famous Apache Indian Geronimo was imprisoned in Fort Pickens, along with several of his warriors. Their families were held at Fort Marion.

From October 1886 to May 1887, the famous Apache Indian Geronimo was imprisoned in Fort Pickens, along with several of his warriors. Their families were held at Fort Marion.

Apache Indian police, c. 1883-1886.

Apache Indian police, c. 1883-1886.

Chief Naiche and Chief Geronimo (l. to r.) in captivity at Fort Bowie, Sept. 7, 1886. Picture taken by Frank Randall.

Chief Naiche and Chief Geronimo (l. to r.) in captivity at Fort Bowie, Sept. 7, 1886. Picture taken by Frank Randall.

Portrait of Oto man, (George) Arkeketah, Head Chief. Part of Siouan (Sioux) and Otoe Tribes.

Portrait of Oto man, (George) Arkeketah, Head Chief. Part of Siouan (Sioux) and Otoe Tribes.

Victorio - Warm Springs Apache, his last break-out was the beginning of the US Army's last Indian campaign in Texas.  In 1879, Victorio's band attacked a company of 9th Cavalry in New Mexico, killed 8 troopers and escaped with 46 horses. The next nine months were spend raiding and killing civilians on both sides of the border. Although he had used the Chihuahuan mountains as a refuge for years, Victorio survived only 2 more months before being cornered and killed by Mexican soldiers.

Victorio - Warm Springs Apache, his last break-out was the beginning of the US Army's last Indian campaign in Texas. In 1879, Victorio's band attacked a company of 9th Cavalry in New Mexico, killed 8 troopers and escaped with 46 horses. The next nine months were spend raiding and killing civilians on both sides of the border. Although he had used the Chihuahuan mountains as a refuge for years, Victorio survived only 2 more months before being cornered and killed by Mexican soldiers.

Geronimo (Goyahkla) - Bedonkohe Apache: Geronimo's resistance to the intrusion of the white man began in the 1850s and lasted until 1886. He practiced what we would call guerrilla warfare on both sides of the American/Mexican border.

Geronimo (Goyahkla) - Bedonkohe Apache: Geronimo's resistance to the intrusion of the white man began in the 1850s and lasted until 1886. He practiced what we would call guerrilla warfare on both sides of the American/Mexican border.

The sister to a great Apache chief, Lozen fought alongside Geronimo and was known as a “shield to her people” and the most famous of the Apache Warrior Women. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The sister to a great Apache chief, Lozen fought alongside Geronimo and was known as a “shield to her people” and the most famous of the Apache Warrior Women. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Geronimo and his band of Apache warriors in Fort Pickens, Florida

Geronimo and his band of Apache warriors in Fort Pickens, Florida

Firing Pottery, Santa Clara Indian Pueblo, New Mexico  Date:1934  Contributing Institution:  Pomona Public Library

Firing Pottery, Santa Clara Indian Pueblo, New Mexico Date:1934 Contributing Institution: Pomona Public Library

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