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Platinum Print; Rinehart (Frank A), Apache, Geronimo, 9 inch.

Famous people of New Mexico "Geronimo"(one who yawns) was born in 1829 in what is now western New Mexico. He was a leader of the Apache Indians and fought against U. and Mexico for their expansion into Apache tribal lands during the Apache Wars.

Double in my board? To check.

Geronimo didnt like his picture taken let alone when wearing a white mans clothing. he looks totally uncomfortable 😡

In February 1909, Geronimo was thrown from his horse while riding home, lay in the cold all night before a friend found him. He died of pneumonia on 2/17/1909, as a prisoner of the U.S. at Fort Sill, OK. His last words were reported to be said to his nephew, "I should have never surrendered. I should have fought until I was the last man alive." He was buried at Fort Sill, OK in the Apache Indian Prisoner of War Cemetery.

Portrait of Goyathlay (One Who Yawns), called Geronimo, Medicine Man, Prophet and Leader, with Medal.

photo of Mangas Coloradas

Cochise was a principle chief of the Chiricahua Apache. The Chiricahua lived in the area that is now the northern Mexican region of Sonora, New Mexico and Arizona. Cochise County, Arizona is named after him.

'Arrowmaker', hombre de la tribu Ojibwe, 1903.

Nativos americanos de hace más de cien años

20 gorgeous color photos of Native Americans in the late & early centuries. Arrowmaker, an Ojibwe man. Photochrom print by the Detroit Photographic Co. Source - Library of Congress.

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15 Aterradoras Imágenes Que Demuestran Lo Extraño Que Puede Ser El Mundo

Not sure the original caption is true but she does have a weird look to her eyes: Dad pretended that Mother was alive for a full month after her death. They are pictured here on day two. Mom still looks as pretty as ever.

Estas fotografías fueron capturadas hace 100 años, y lo que revelan es simplemente maravilloso - Para Los Curiosos

Estas fotografías fueron capturadas hace 100 años, y lo que revelan es simplemente maravilloso

An old photograph of the Native American known as Chief Wolf Robe - Cheyenne 1898 [Colorized].

Geronimo at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, where he enlisted as an Indian Scout for three years on June 11, 1897. As his enlistment paper shows, he was 63 years old at the time.

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Geronimo at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, enlisted as an Indian Scout for three years on June As his enlistment paper shows, he was 63 years old at the time.

TECUMSEH (Estrella Fugaz)  (Shawne 1768-1813)  pueblo  "Ninguna tribu puede vender la tierra. ¿No lo hizo todo el Gran Espíritu para el uso de sus hijos? La única salida es que los piel rojas se unan para tener un derecho común e igual en la tierra, como siempre ha sido, porque no se dividió nunca."

Grandes palabras de Jefes Indios, para hacernos pensar.

TECUMSEH (Estrella Fugaz) (Shawne 1768-1813) pueblo "Ninguna tribu puede vender la tierra. ¿No lo hizo todo el Gran Espíritu para el uso de sus hijos? La única salida es que los piel rojas se unan para tener un derecho común e igual en la tierra, como siempre ha sido, porque no se dividió nunca."

Wolf Robe by F. Rinehart, 1898 ~ “Wolf Robe was a Southern Cheyenne chief and a holder of the Benjamin Harrison Peace

Geronimo The famous Chiricahua Apache Chief.

Geronimo, The famous Chiricahua Apache Chief - Native American Charcoal drawing from a photograph.

Wife of Geronimo & Two Children, 1880s, Native American Apache Indian

Wife of Geronimo & Two Children, Native American Apache Indian. It was the death of his fort wife that sent him on a revenge killing spree amongst the Mexicans. He hated them so much that he did not count their kills. She was a very beautiful woman ~j

COCHISE, Apache 1812-1874 ... "When I was young I walked all over this country, east and west, and saw no other people than the Apaches. After many summers I walked again and found another race of people had come to take it. How is it?"

Chief Cochise~Apache Indian Cochise was a chief of the Chokonen band of the Chiricahua Apache and the leader of an uprising that began in Cochise County, Arizona is named after him. This county is where my Dad lives now.

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