By Dan L. Thrapp
Apacheria ran from the Colorado to the Rio Grande and past, from the nice canyons of the North for one thousand miles into Mexico. the following, the place the elusive, phantomlike Apache bands roamed, existence was once as harsh, merciless, and pitiless because the nation itself. The conquest of Apacheria is an epic of heroism, combined with chicanery, false impression, and tragedy, on either sides.The author’s account of this crucial phase of Western American historical past contains the Walapais struggle, an eyewitness file at the demise of the gallant lieutenant Howard B. Cushing, the recognized Camp provide bloodbath, basic Crook’s offensive in Apacheria and his problems with basic Miles, and the ambitious Apache leaders, together with Cochise, Delshay, significant Rump, Chunz, Chan-deisi, Victorio, and Geronimo.
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Revolutionary activities of innumerable self-aspiring leaders did not create an over-riding national cohesiveness, either. 6 Robert C. Stevens, The Apache Menace in Sonora 18311849, Arizona and the West, Vol. VI, No. 3 (Autumn, 1964), 21213, 218. , 21516. , 219, said the Sonoran government returned to the old Spanish method of offering scalp bounties, but does not cite any more ancient example. Other peoples, including the French and British, occasionally had offered scalp bounties earlier than this.
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