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    • Geronimo

    • Randall, A. F.
    • Geronimo, 1829-1909 -- Photographs
    • Studio portrait of Geronimo kneeling on one knee holding a rifle.
    • Geronimo

    • Randall, A.F.
    • Geronimo, 1829-1909 -- Photographs
    • Portrait of Geronimo standing with rifle.
    • Chato with rifle

    • Randall, A. F.
    • Chato, Apache Indian -- Photographs
    • Chato, Chiricahua Apache Chief and later Apache Scout.
    • Chato

    • Hillers, John K.
    • Chato, Apache Indian -- Photographs
    • Chato, Chiricahua Apache Chief.
    • Chief Naiche and wife

    • Randall, A.F.
    • Naiche, Apache Indian, 1856-1921 -- Photographs
    • Chief Naiche, son of Cochise, seated with wife.
    • Kaytennae

    • Rose, N. H.
    • Apache Indians -- Photographs
    • Kaytennae, a Chihenne Apache warrior who spent 18 months imprisoned on Alcatraz Island. After his imprisonment, he aided Gen. Crook with negotiations at Cañon de los Embudos (Mexico.)
    • Apache Indians

    • Randall, A. F.
    • Apache Indians -- Photographs
    • Two Apache males in battle dress circa 1882.
    • Tzoe "Peaches"

    • Unknown
    • Apache Indians -- Photographs
    • Tzoe, nicknamed "Peaches" by U.S. soldiers because of his boyish face, was a White Mountain Apache who guided Gen. George Crook during his 1883 expedition into the Sierra Madre.
    • Indian Scouts

    • Jennings
    • Indian Scouts -- Photographs
    • Indian scouts and officers near Willcox, Ariz.; Merejildo Grijalva on right.
    • Mickey Free

    • Unknown
    • Free, Mickey, 1851-1913--Photographs; Indian Scouts -- Photographs
    • Apache scout and translator Mickey Free had been kidnapped and raised by the Apache as a boy.
    • 6th U.S. Cavalry

    • Unknown
    • Apache Indians -- Wars, 1883-1886 -- Photographs
    • 6th Cavalry in camp on the Mexican border in 1885.
    • Gen. George Crook

    • Baker & Johnson
    • Crook, George, 1829-1890 -- Photographs
    • Gen. George Crook on horseback.
    • Gatewood Commendation

    • Adjutant General's Office
    • Gatewood, Charles B.
    • A commendation from the Adjutant General's Office in Washington, D.C., April 9, 1891, acknowledging Lt. Charles B. Gatewood's action of riding into Geronimo's camp on Aug. 24, 1886, and demanding Geronimo's surrender.
    • Gen. Nelson A. Miles

    • Unknown
    • Miles, Nelson Appleton, 1839-1925 Photographs
    • Gen. Nelson A. Miles who took over after Gen. George Crook and the last general to confront the Apache resistance.
    • Fort Lowell, Arizona Territory

    • Girard, J. B.
    • Fort Lowell (Ariz.) -- Photographs
    • Fort Lowell, Arizona Territory - copied from original watercolor painted in 1908 from sketch made in 1875 by Col. J. B. Girard (original painting in AHS Museum).
    • Fort Bowie, Arizona Territory

    • Unknown
    • Fort Bowie (Ariz.)
    • Fort Bowie in historic Apache Pass, Arizona, established by the "California Column" in 1862. Geronimo and Naiche arrived at Fort Bowie after agreeing to General Miles' terms to end hostilities in 1886.

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