Citations with the tag: APACHE Indians -- Wars, 1883-1886

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  • Chiricahua country.
    Jaffe, Matthew // Sunset; May97, Vol. 198 Issue 5, p46 

    Presents a short history of the historical and cultural crossroads that happened in the spot between the Chiracahua and Dos Cabezas ranges in southeastern Arizona. Site of the Apache Wars; Sagas of two great Chiricahua leaders Cochise and Geronimo. INSET: Chiricahua hikes..

  • Tragedy struck in New Mexico Territory when three members of the McComas family met apaches.
    Cline, Don // Wild West; Oct98, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p16 

    Recounts the murder of Hamilton Calhoun McComas, his wife Juaniatta and son Charlie on March 1883 when they met an Apache war party in the New Mexico Territory. Information on the entire family of McComas; Business of McComas.

  • Reluctant Apache warrior Tzoe joined General Crook's forces...
    Sharp, Jay W. // Wild West; Dec97, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p12 

    Profiles Tzoe, a 1883 reluctant Apache indian warrior who later joined General Crook's United States general forces in raiding Apache's camps and became the legendary `Peaches' in the history of the West. Personal background of Tzoe; Recruitment of Tzoe to become an Apache warrior; Recollection...

  • CHAPTER ELEVEN: Sam Bowman.
    Sharp, Jay W. // Black, Buckskin & Blue; 1999, p78 

    The article profiles Sam Bowman, an African U.S. Army scout and interpreter in Apache campaigns in Arizona and New Mexico during the nineteenth century. Apache Indians trusted him to interpret for them more than any of the other scouts. He was commended for his part in a campaign against Apache...

  • From Hembrillo Canyon to Chevelon's Fork.
    Cruse, Thomas; Cozzens, Peter // Eyewitness to the Indian Wars, Volume 1; 2001, p262 

    This article reprints a letter describing the journey from Hembrillo Canyon to Chevelon's Fork in the military campaign against Apache Indians in 1883. Matters went on nicely at Apache, garrison duties being varied with an occasional scout, until the latter part of June 1881. At that time the...

  • Trailing Geronimo by Heliograph.
    Neifert, William W.; Cozzens, Peter // Eyewitness to the Indian Wars, Volume 1; 2001, p557 

    This is an excerpt from an article which described the use of the heliograph by U.S. Army troops to trail hostile Apache Indians in Arizona and Mexico in 1885-1886, which appeared in the October 1935 issue of Winners of the West. Early in April 1886, General Nelson A. Miles was ordered to...

  • Geronimo at Large.
    Lalire, Gregory // Wild West; Oct99, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p6 

    Editorial. Analyzes the surrender of Apache warrior Geronimo to United States General Nelson Miles at Skeleton Canyon, Arizona, in September 1886. Comparison of Geronimo's surrender to that of Confederate General Robert E. Lee to Union forces at the end of the American Civil War; Persons who...

  • In the Heart of the Sierra Madre.
    Randall, A. Franklin; Cozzens, Peter // Eyewitness to the Indian Wars, Volume 1; 2001, p394 

    The article reprints a diary on the military campaign against the Apache Indians in Sierra Madre in New Mexico, which appeared in the June 20, 1883 issue of Times. On May 19, 1883, the soldiers left camp and march to the main stronghold, a camp agreed upon by Chihuahua, who is hunting up the...

  • The Geronimo Campaign of 1885-1886.
    Elliott, Charles P.; Cozzens, Peter // Eyewitness to the Indian Wars, Volume 1; 2001, p427 

    This is an excerpt from an article which describes the beginning of a campaign against the Chiricahua Apache Indian tribe in Arizona and New Mexico in 1885-1886, which appeared in the September 1910 issue of the Journal of the United States Cavalry Association. The first sign of an impending...

  • The Geronimo Campaign.
    Daly, Henry W.; Cozzens, Peter // Eyewitness to the Indian Wars, Volume 1; 2001, p447 

    This is an excerpt from an article which described the U.S. military campaign against an outbreak led by Apache Indian chief Geronimo in Arizona and Mexico in 1885-1886, which appeared in the December 1933 issue of Winners of the West. The probable duration of the expedition, the personnel of...

  • The Difficulties of Indian Warfare.
    Davis, Britton; Cozzens, Peter // Eyewitness to the Indian Wars, Volume 1; 2001, p488 

    This article reprints a letter written by Britton Davis, Second Lieutenant of the U.S. Army Third Cavalry, which described the warfare between U.S. Army troops and Apache Indians in Arizona in 1885, which appeared in the October 24, 1885 issue of Army and Navy Journal. It was indicated in the...

  • Captain Crawford's Last Expedition.
    Shipp, William E.; Cozzens, Peter // Eyewitness to the Indian Wars, Volume 1; 2001, p516 

    This is an excerpt from an article which is a personal account of a final expedition, prior to the death of U.S. Army Captain Emmet Crawford, against savage Apache Indians led by Geronimo in 1885-1886, which appeared in the December 1892 issue of Journal of the United States Cavalry Association....

  • On Campaign in Sonora.
    Wood, Leonard; Cozzens, Peter // Eyewitness to the Indian Wars, Volume 1; 2001, p546 

    This is a reprint of a letter from U.S. Army Assistant Surgeon Leonard Wood to U.S. Army Brigadier General N. A. Miles on September 8, 1886, reporting on the expedition against hostile Apache Indians in Sonora, Mexico. The Apaches are thoroughly acquainted with this country and naturally select...

  • Resume of Operations against Apache Indians, 1882 to 1886.
    Crook, George; Cozzens, Peter // Eyewitness to the Indian Wars, Volume 1; 2001, p569 

    This article reprints letters pertaining to the resumption of U.S. Army operations against hostile Apache Indians in 1882-1886. The Indians generally were sullen and distrustful of all white men; many were on the verge of war, and some were in open hostilities. The Indians themselves had to be...

  • The Indian Question in Arizona.
    Evans, Robert K.; Cozzens, Peter // Eyewitness to the Indian Wars, Volume 1; 2001, p604 

    This is an excerpt from an article which discussed the lives of Apache Indians after the 1885-1886 Apache wars, and the laws applied to offending Apaches, which appeared in the August 1886 issue of The Atlantic Monthly. The Indians managed by the U.S. government have found one agreeable...

  • Scouting in Arizona, 1890.
    Watson, James W.; Cozzens, Peter // Eyewitness to the Indian Wars, Volume 1; 2001, p642 

    This is an excerpt from an article which described the activities of U.S. scouts or cavalrymen monitoring hostile Apache Indians in Arizona, which appeared in the June 1897 issue of Journal of the United States Cavalry Association. In March 1890, a Mormon freighter was murdered by Apache...

  • Apache Campaign Notes--1886.
    Pettit, James S.; Cozzens, Peter // Eyewitness to the Indian Wars, Volume 1; 2001, p532 

    This is an excerpt from an article which detailed the hardships suffered by U.S. Army soldiers and Indian scouts in pursuit of savage Apache Indians in Arizona and Mexico in 1885-1886, which appeared in the September 1886 issue of the journal of the Military Service Institution of the United...

  • On the Trail of Geronimo.
    Miles, Nelson A.; Cozzens, Peter // Eyewitness to the Indian Wars, Volume 1; 2001, p536 

    This is an excerpt from an article which described encounters between the hostile Apache Indians led by Geronimo, and the U.S. Army troops with their Indian scouts in Arizona and Mexico in 1885-1886 that eventually led to the surrender of the Indians, which appeared in the June 1911 issue of...

  • The Apache Campaign of 1885-1886.
    Chrisman, Clarence; Cozzens, Peter // Eyewitness to the Indian Wars, Volume 1; 2001, p540 

    This is an excerpt from an article which is a personal account of the pursuit of the U.S. Army and their Indian scouts for hostile Apache Indians led by Geronimo in Arizona and Mexico in 1885-1886, which appeared in the March-July 1927 issue of Winners of the West. Although Geronimo was not a...

  • The Geronimo Campaign.
    Benson, Harry C.; Cozzens, Peter // Eyewitness to the Indian Wars, Volume 1; 2001, p552 

    This is an excerpt from an article which is a personal account of the Lawton expedition of the U.S. Army and Indian scouts against hostile Apache Indians in Arizona and Mexico in 1885-1886, which appeared in the July 3, 1909 issue of Army and Navy Journal. As Captain H. W. Lawton's expedition...

  • A Theatrical Campaign.
    Caffey, James R.; Cozzens, Peter // Eyewitness to the Indian Wars, Volume 1; 2001, p562 

    This is an excerpt from an article which described the events that led to the surrender of hostile Apache Indian Geronimo in 1886, which appeared in the September 29 and October 10, 1886 issues of Bee. Geronimo's surrender to U.S. Army General George Crook in May and his subsequent escape are...

  • The 10th Cavalry's Company K Pursues Geronimo 27April-3 May 1886.
    COURTNEY, BRADLEY G. // Military History of the West; 2009, Vol. 39, p21 

    When Captain Thomas Lebo's Company K, Tenth Cavalry, encountered the last band of Native Americans resisting the American government's Indian resevation system in 1886, not only did the apache Wars hang in the balance, but also the American Indian Wars. While General Nelson Miles was concocting...

  • Massacre at Wounded Knee.
    Langley, Andrew // Wild West (1-59084-458-0); 2003, p44 

    The article provides information on Native Americans in North America during the 1800s. In 1889 a Paiute leader called Wovoka dreamed that the settlers would be defeated if the people performed a Ghost Dance. The Apache people had been forced to live in a hot dry area of Arizona. Leaders such...

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