Apache Chief Geronimo by William R. Sanford

By William R. Sanford

When the territories of recent Mexico and Arizona grew to become a part of the U.S., settlers came upon themselves in the midst of a bloody struggle among the Apaches and the Mexicans. whilst the Apaches started to raid American settlements, the U.S. executive made up our minds the Apaches needs to be restrained to reservations. Geronimo and different Apaches persevered to struggle for his or her land and lifestyle during this inspiring biography.

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Ibid. Chapter 5 1. Angie Debo, Geronimo, The Man, His Time, His Place (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1976), p. 66. 2. David Jeffrey, Geronimo (Milwaukee: Raintree Publishers, 1990), p. 22. 3. Barrett, p. 115. Chapter 6 1. Angie Debo, Geronimo, The Man, His Time, His Place (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1976), p. 105. Chapter 8 1. Odie Faulk, The Geronimo Campaign (New York: Oxford University Press, 1969), p. 62. 2. Morris Opler, “A Chiricahua Apache’s Account of the Geronimo Campaign of 1886,” New Mexico Historical Review, Vol.

90—91. 3. Ibid. Chapter 5 1. Angie Debo, Geronimo, The Man, His Time, His Place (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1976), p. 66. 2. David Jeffrey, Geronimo (Milwaukee: Raintree Publishers, 1990), p. 22. 3. Barrett, p. 115. Chapter 6 1. Angie Debo, Geronimo, The Man, His Time, His Place (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1976), p. 105. Chapter 8 1. Odie Faulk, The Geronimo Campaign (New York: Oxford University Press, 1969), p. 62. 2. Morris Opler, “A Chiricahua Apache’s Account of the Geronimo Campaign of 1886,” New Mexico Historical Review, Vol.

On April 4, 1878, Geronimo followed. It was his first of many breakouts. chapter 7 Living on the Run Image Credit: Library of Congress When Geronimo was taken prisoner, his family went with him to San Carlos. In this photograph, Geronimo is mounted on horse on the left. On Geronimo’s left is his son Perico holding a baby. Geronimo led his band toward the Mexican-United States border. It lay over 150 miles to the south. The Apaches moved quickly. They knew the soldiers would follow. The band crossed paths with a wagon train.

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