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Geronimo and Apache prisoners at Fort Pickens. ( Pensacola Historical Society/Special to The Pulse)

The Real Story: Geronimo’s Captivity In Pensacola

Geronimo and his band of Apache warriors in Fort Pickens, Florida, Chief Naiche is in all white front row.

Apache Tag Bands of Fort Apache and San Carlos Reservations  (cit. Goodwin, Greenville (1969) [1941]. Basso, Keith H. ed.  The Social Organization of the Western Apache.  Tucson, Arizona: University

Apache Tag Bands of Fort Apache and San Carlos Reservations (cit. Goodwin, Greenville Basso, Keith H. The Social Organization of the Western Apache.

So far, we have paid very little attention to the Mescalero Apache, let's change that by putting in as much images and info as we can come up with...

Mescalero Apache camp at the Tertio-Millennial Exposition in Santa Fe, New Mexico - 1883

The history of the Apache warrior can be found in Cochise County in Southeastern Arizona . Here you can visit many historical sites including Ft. Bowie...

Geronimo Surrenders: Geronimo the Apache Chief who led resistance to U. policy stands with other Apache warriors, women and children shortly before his surrender on March (Photo Credit: Bettmann/CORBIS)

Henry Buehman - apache photographer | www.American-Tribes.com

Henry Buehman - apache photographer | www.American-Tribes.com

Tenth Cavalry Buffalo Soldiers & Apache Scouts. 1885. Arizona. Photo by A. Miller. Source - True West Magazine.

Cavalry Buffalo Soldiers working with Apache scouts during the Indian Wars in Arizona circa

Classic archival photos!

Members of the group that surrendered with Geronimo and the Apache Scouts that helped apprehend them. Possible identifications, left to right: Unknown Yahnozha Zhonne Unknown Unknown Skayocarne (also called Keneseah) Unknown

Apache Scouts by Jeremy Winborg kp

Apache Scouts by Jeremy Winborg kp

Captain Emmett Crawford's Apache scouts who followed him deep into Mexico in pursuit of Geronimo. Yet distrust of the Apaches was so deeply rooted in the Mexican troops that volunteers from Chihuahua attacked Crawford and his men in November 1885, resulting in Crawford's death.

Hank Wormwood,scout for he 1866 congressional legislation authorizing Indian scout enlistment set the pay at a day if they used their own

Leonard Howard Reedy - Apache Scouts Watercolor kp

Leonard Howard Reedy - Apache Scouts Watercolor kp

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