Geronimo 1829-1909, Chiricahua Apache Photograph

Geronimo 1829-1909, Chiricahua Apache Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

Geronimo, Apache Chief from Arizona in the Department of Anthropology  at the 1904 World's Fair. Photograph by Official Photographic Company,  1904. Missouri History Photographs and Prints Collections. Louisiana  Purchase Exposition. N01344.

Geronimo, Apache Chief from Arizona in the Department of Anthropology at the 1904 World's Fair. Photograph by Official Photographic Company, Missouri History Photographs and Prints Collections.

Geronimo

Apache Indians of New Mexico and Arizona Part #3

Geronimo at Mount Vernon Barracks, Alabama - Chiricahua Apache - 1887 Sad Part of History

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.

Marionetta, one of the women who married Geronimo. These photos come from a wonderful article telling the stories of Apache women Recalling the Changing Women Returning Identity to Chiricahua Apache Women. J. Diane Pearson Papers-etc

Marionetta, one of the women who married Geronimo. These photos come from a wonderful article telling the stories of Apache women Recalling the Changing Women Returning Identity to Chiricahua Apache Women. Diane Pearson Papers-etc

jpg: Cherokee Chief of the Oconostota's remains were uncovered during the archaeological digs around the site of Chota for the Tellico Reservoir impoundment. His burial site was at the front door of the Chota Council House.

Nautzili - Mescalero Apache - no date

Studio portrait of Chief Nautzille (Nallti Zilli), Mescalero Apache man wearing a buckskin leggings and shirt with epaulets and fringe, moccasins, and a domed felt hat; he holds a rifle.

Geronimo - Chiricahua Apache - no date

Geronimo, Chiricahua Apache Warrior who fought against Mexico and the United States for their expansion into Apache tribal lands for several decades during the Apache Wars.

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