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I start this thread with the best known pictures of Naiche (sometimes also spelled Natchez), son of Cochise and grandson of Mangas Coloradas, taken by photographer Frank A. Randall in 1886:   Naiche

I start this thread with the best known pictures of Naiche (sometimes also spelled Natchez), son of Cochise and grandson of Mangas Coloradas, taken by photographer Frank A. Randall in Naiche

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)

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

1880s Native American Mescalero Apache Indian Brave Dancer Cabinet Card Photo | eBay

1880s NATIVE AMERICAN MESCALERO APACHE INDIAN BRAVE / DANCER CABINET CARD PHOTO

Native American Prisoners of war 1886-1914: Chiricahua Apache Children at the Dutch Reformed Church school, Fort Sill, Oklahoma.

Native American Prisoners of war Chiricahua Apache Children at the Dutch Reformed Church school, Fort Sill, Oklahoma.

A group of Mescalero Scouts and Sgt. S.W. Klopfer of Troop H, 4th Cavalry, Fort Stanton, New Mexico, 1885. Third from left Muchacho Negro.

A group of Mescalero Apache Scouts and Sgt. Klopfer of Troop H, Cavalry, Fort Stanton, New Mexico, Third from left Muchacho Negro.

Mescalero Apache Chief San Juan with 10 Mescalero men on horses, Chief Domingo appears to be right of center, New Mexico Mescalero Reservation, approx. 1883. Photographer: Edwin A. Bass.

Mescalero Apache Chief San Juan with 10 Mescalero men on horses, Chief Domingo appears to be right of center, New Mexico Mescalero Reservation, approx. Photographer: Edwin A.

Perico and child - Apache - 1886.  ~~Come to Southeastern Arizona and stay at the Hummingbird Ranch Vacation House in Pearce AZ and learn more about the Apache history. http://vacationhomerentals.com/68121 See where Geronimo & Cochise once lived in The Sulphur Springs Valley.  520-265-3079

Perico (aka Little Bird, aka White Horse, aka Leon Perico) holding the son of Nahbay at Cañon de los Embudos in Sonora, Mexico - Chiricahua Apache (Bedonkohe Band) -

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