Laton Alton Huffman - High Bear, Miniconjou or Oglala
Old Nana, - The famous Apache Chief, who in at over age was fighting and leading Geronimo and Naiche in battles. He married Geronimo's sister.
Chief Geronimo, Apache leader, holding bow and arrows - Photographer unknown, c. 1904 (Library of Congress).
Brulé Chief Little Hawk
Geronimo at Mount Vernon Barracks, Alabama - Chiricahua Apache - 1887 Sad Part of History
Washakie, Chief of the Shoshone Native American tribe his name means, "rawhide rattle".
Geronimo His own story
Marionetta, one of the women who married Geronimo. These photos come from a wonderful article telling the stories of Apache women Recalling the Changing Women Returning Identity to Chiricahua Apache Women. Diane Pearson Papers-etc
There Will Be War!
A photograph signed and sold by Geronimo. The soldiers at Fort Sill, Oklahoma taught him how to sign his name.
Born in June in No-Doyohn Canyon, Mexico, Geronimo continued the tradition of the Apaches resisting white colonization of their homela.