Ignacio and his son - Mescalero Apache - circa 1883

So far, we have paid very little attention to the Mescalero Apache, let& change that by putting in as much images and info as we can come up with.

Seated studio portrait of a Native American Apache policeman on a bear skin rug with a painted architectural backdrop. He wears a tall felt hat with a badge on the crown, an animal fur stole, and holds a fur covered quiver and bow case:

Naiche 06 Studio Portrait when he was a prisoner of war at Fort Sill, Oklahoma.

Naiche - Chiricahua Apache: Naiche was the son of Apache chief Cochise, he enlisted as a scout at Fort Sill, Oklahoma Territory, in 1897

Geronimo Chief of Apache Indians Native American Very Rare 1890s Sepia Antique Photograph Markham Cabinet

Geronimo Chief of Apache Indians Native American Very Rare Sepia Antique Photograph Markham Cabinet

The history of the Apache warrior can be found in Cochise County in Southeastern Arizona . Here you can visit many historical sites including Ft. Bowie...

Geronimo Surrenders: Geronimo the Apache Chief who led resistance to U. policy stands with other Apache warriors, women and children shortly before his surrender on March (Photo Credit: Bettmann/CORBIS)

Naiche at Mount Vernon Barracks in Alabama - Chiricahua Apache - 1889 ༺ ♠ ༻*ŦƶȠ*༺ ♠ ༻

Natchez (Naiche) final hereditary head of the Chiricahua band of Apaches; youngest son of Cochise and his wife Dos-teh-seh, by Reed Wallace, Mobile, Ala.



"Geronimo" by Barbara Ping Geronimo was a Bedonkohe [Chiricahua] Apache who lived in the "Southern Four Corners" region (southeastern Arizona, southwestern New Mexico, northwestern Chihuahua,