George W. Bush’s Grandfather Allegedly Stole Geronimo’s Skull
Most people have heard about the Apache warrior known as Geronimo. He was a legendary Native American chief who was held as a prisoner of war for over two decades at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, until he died in 1909. He is known as one of the last great warriors to surrender to United States forces.
Did The Greatest Warrior Geronimo Drive a Cadillac
The answer might amaze and amuse you . #geronimo
The Man Who Shot Geronimo
CS Fly was a legend in the old west . #cs fly #geronimo
Geronimo the Greatest Warrior
There in no doubt one of the greatest warriors in US history was the apache named Geronimo . #Geronimo
The End of the Army's Greatest Scout Al Sieber
After his career at war it seems unjust to die in an accident , was it an accident ? # arizona history
War Paint in the Southwest
Most native groups used some type of war paint before going into battles and here are a few reasons why . #mad history. #war paint #native Americans
The question of if Geronimo had a Cadillac or not has been debated through out history .#geronimo #warrior chief #apache wars #San Carlos
Geronimo's Last Ride
Geronimo left Arizona for Prison in Florida and never made it back home . #geronimo #apache #apache wars
The Secret Hideout of the Apache Kid
Today it is a popular hike but at one time it was a secret hideout of Apache warriors . #geronimo #apache kid #apache wars #native Americans
Warriors of the Ancient Southwest
Pato is a location in Arizona that appears to be a location that was a training location for ancient warriors .
The Apache War
The Apache war was the longest running battle in US history .
Mickey Free The Great Apache Scout
Mickey Free was abducted by a renegade band when he was just a child . This started the longest running war in US history . Mickey latter became a fierce Apache scout and helped track Geronimo .
The Apache Chief Geronimo
. Geronimo was born June 16, 1829 , and his Indian name translates to one who yawns . He started his life as a medicine man but after tragic events became a warrior chief. The apache war was the longest running war in the US at 25 years . At one time the US spent over one million dollars and 1000 men to track him down . Geronimo finally surrendered and was put on a reservation the rest of his life and he was never allowed back in Arizona .
Discovering The History Of Geronimo and The Apache People In New Mexico
As you travel through the Southwest you will find a number of historical stops but one seems to jut out of the expanse of the desert and beckon you to stop and find out a bit more about the history of the Apache people with a special emphasis on Geronimo. Today we are discovering the Chiricahua Museum where there is an extensive collection of Native American artifacts and the story of the Apache people.
Fort Bowie was an outpost for the United States Army and is located in Southeastern Arizona.