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APACHE INDIANS - HISTORY

The senator's happy thought

Author: 
J.E. Baur
Article Date: 
January 1973
Article Abstract: 
In 1886, Senator James Graham Fair (Nevada) suggested the removal of the Apache Indians to Santa Catalina Island off the coast of California as a means of solving the problems which the U.S. was having with these Indians
Language: 
English
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The humanitarian generals

Author: 
Richard N. Ellis
Article Date: 
April 1972
Language: 
English
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The genesis of Geronimo

Author: 
E. Peplow, Jr.
Article Date: 
January 1973
Language: 
English
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The early Western Apache, 1300-1700

Author: 
J.D. Forbes
Article Date: 
July 1966
Language: 
English
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The chief who collected hats

Author: 
G.L. Savage
Article Date: 
December 1972
Language: 
English
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The Apaches in the history of the Southwest

Author: 
D.E. Worcester
Article Date: 
January 1975
Language: 
English
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The Apache Chronicle

Author: 
R.N. Ellis
Article Date: 
July 1972
Language: 
English
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Randall, Adam and Eskiminzin

Author: 
B. Johnson
Article Date: 
October 1970
Article Abstract: 
The outbreak of Eskiminzin from San Carlos and the subsequent trial of captain Emil Adam
Language: 
English
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Juh's stronghold in Mexico

Author: 
E. Ball
Article Date: 
Spring 1974
Language: 
English
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In pursuit of the Apaches

Author: 
K. Basso
Article Date: 
July 1977
Language: 
English
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