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Lt. Charles Gatewood & His Apache Wars Memoir

Lt. Charles Gatewood & His Apache Wars Memoir

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Mescalero painted boy, photo entitled Long Walk of the Navajo. The people were marched over km) during the winter of 1864 and incarcerated at Bosque Redondo, New Mexico with the Mescalero Apache.

Warrior Woman Dahteste   Mescalero Apache   Described as a very beautiful woman who took great pride in her appearance and, even though she married and had children, she chose the life of the warrior. No one challenged Dahteste lightly for it was widely known that she could out-ride, out-shoot, out-hunt, out-run, and out-fight her peers, male and female, and she did so with grace. She was credited as being courageous, daring and skillful, and she took part in...

Warrior Woman Dahteste Mescalero Apache Described as a very beautiful woman who took great pride in her appearance and, even though she married and had children, she chose the life of the warrior.

Alchesay (aka William Alchesay) - White Mountain Apache - before his death in 1928:

Alchesay (aka Swollen One, aka William Alchesay) - White Mountain Apache - before his death in 1928

Gil-lee, or Zele, Chiricahua Apache and his wife Tzes-ton. Gil-lee became prominate in the Apache wars with Chatto and Benito.

Gil-Lee, Or Zele, Chiricahua Apache And His Wife Tzes-Ton. Gil-Lee Became Prominate In The Apache Wars With Chatto And Benito.

"The bathing pool - Apache" - Photo by Edward S. Curtis - 1906 - (B/w copy)

Edward S. Curtis's The North American Indian - volume 1 facing: page 8 The bathing pool - Apache

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