"Band of Chiricahua Apache Indians, followers of legendary renegade Geronimo, attending a peace negotiation after a long struggle against US gov't attempts to force them onto reservations. Location: Tombstone, AZ, US Date taken: 1886"

Geronimo the Apache Chief who led resistance to U. policy stands with other Apache warriors, women and children shortly before his surrender on March 1886

Council Between Geronimo and U.S. Army Officers : In 1886, Apache leader Geronimo meets with U.S. General Crook near Tombstone, Arizona. (Photo Credit: CORBIS)    Browse simila

Council between Geronimo and US Army officers: In 1886 Apache leader Geronimo meets with General Crook near Tombstone, Arizona

Also came across this image of the Apache warriors at Fort Pickens

Geronimo and Apache prisoners at Fort Pickens. ( Pensacola Historical Society/Special to The Pulse)

Geronimo at 101 Ranch, This photo of Geronimo at the 101 Ranch is one of three taken in June 11,1905. At the time Geronimo was still imprisoned at Ft. Sill OK. and guards accompanied him as a performer to the Milled's Wild West Show.

This photo of Geronimo at the 101 Ranch is one of three taken on June At the time, Geronimo was still imprisoned at Fort Sill, Okla., and guards accompanied him as a performer to the Millers' wild west show.

Geronimo and fellow Apache Indian prisoners on their way to Florida by train | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Band of Apache Indian prisoners at rest stop beside Southern Pacific Railway near Nueces River Tex. September 10 Among those on their way to exile in Florida are Natchez (center front) and to the right Geronimo and his son in matching shirts x

Chief Naiche and his War Chief,Geronimo (l. to r.) in captivity at Fort Bowie, Sept. 7, 1886. Picture taken by Frank Randall........ Cheyenne Kane

Chief Naiche (Chiricahua Apache) and his War Chief Geronimo (Bedonkohe Apache) at Fort Bowie Arizona USA after their surrender - September 1886 ck

Chiricahua Apaches in Fort Sam Houston on the way to captivity after Fort Sill, September or October 1886. 1) Ahnandia, 2) Yahnozha, 3) Tissnolthos, 4) Geronimo, 5) Chappo, 6) Perico, 7) Hunlona, 8) might be Beshe, 9) Naiche.

Geronimo standing in center, Chief Naiche seated at far right. After their surrender September ck

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