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Apache raid

Roberts, J. R.

Apache raid

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Published by Jove Books in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementJ.R. Roberts
SeriesThe gunsmith -- 197
ContributionsCopyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsCPB Box no. 1296 vol. 4
The Physical Object
Pagination179 p.
Number of Pages179
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24516770M
LC Control Number98818693

The Apache tribe was a nomadic group that lived in a large area in Southwestern America as well as parts of Mexico. and the Comanches launched raid after raid on the Apaches during these times.


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Apache chief Geronimo flees Arizona reservation, setting off panic For the second time in two years, the Apache chief Geronimo breaks out of an. The raid on early warning sites “was a great coming out party for the Apache.” Soon after the raid, Gen.

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Nana's Raid: Apache Warfare in Southern New Mexico, (Southwestern Studies) Lekson, Stephen. Ex-library book. The item shows wear from consistent use, but it remains in good condition and works perfectly. All pages and cover are intact (including the dust cover, if applicable).

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Sources: Opler, An Apache Life-Way, –; Goodwin, Western Apache Raiding, –98; Mails, The People Called Apache, – The lance (or spear) was made from a fifteen-foot-long agave stalk, sometimes wrapped with skin from deer legs, then sharpened to a fine point or tipped with knives or bayonets taken from ed on: Febru Lipan Apache Band of Texas has 2, members.

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Terrazas, said Stephen H. Lekson in his monogram Nana’s Raid: Apache Warfare in Southern New Mexico,"surprised the Apaches, and in the boulders of Tres Castillos Victorio’s warriors fought their last fight.

Apache tradition holds that Victorio fell on his. The Apache Wars begins (and began) with the abduction of a young, one-eyed boy by Apache raiders after the attacked his home, killing his father and taking off with their livestock.

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Edgar Rice Burroughs was the first author to present a heroic Geronimo. His six-part story began in theissue of Argosy All-Story trend continued with Elliott Arnold’s novel, Blood Brother, which inspired the film Broken mo and the Apaches returned as a foe in the short stories of James Warner Bellah; his collection, Massacre, features cover art.