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Pickens Florida Mount Vernon Barracks Alabama and finally Fort Sill The Man His Time His eBook #212 Oklahoma They never gave up hope of returning to their mountain home in Arizona The Man His PDFEPUB #232 and New Mexico even as their numbers were reduced by starvation and disease and their children were taken from them to be sent to the Carlisle Indian School in Pennsylvania.. Larry McMurtry considers this book a classic and he has pretty good taste It is not only a biography of Geronimo but a history of the encounter between the USA s westward expansion and the Apache people through the life of one of its great leaders

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Geronimo The Man His Time His Place Civilization of the American Indian Series

On September Man His PDFEPUB #233the entire nation rejoiced as the news flashed from the Southwest that the Apache war leader Geronimo had surrendered to Brigadier General Nelson A Miles With Geronimo at the time of his surrender were Chief Naiche the son of the great Cochise sixteen other warriors fourteen women and six children It had taken a force of regular army troops an. Geronimo 1884Yahnozha Chappo Fun and Geronimo 1886This book is also a history of the Apache people during the time of Geronimo It is an excellent and a sad chronicle The Apaches lived in an area currently in Mexico states of Sonora and Chihuahua and the US states of New Mexico and Arizona They were not than a few thousand people and were persecuted by Mexico and the United States meaning government agents soldiers and settlers All sides meaning Mexico US and Apaches could be very ruthlessIt was a war that the Apaches could never win they were simply outnumbered by armies that could be replenished and by an ever increasing influx of settlers Geronimo to his dying day hated Mexicans because his wife children and other relations had been massacred by Mexican soldiers He re married and had other wives afterLarge numbers of US and Mexican soldiers chased small numbers of Apaches across a very rugged landscape The Apaches sometimes under Geronimo gave as good as they got rampaging killing and stealing horses guns ammunition food on both sides of the border Settlers feared the Apaches and grew increasingly irritated that the government armies could never subdue them The Apaches were caught a number of times but always managed to escape Finally they gave up to the US army in Mexico generally Mexico allowed US troops to enter when pursuing Apaches The Apaches were simply tired of constantly fighting and hiding and were realizing the futility of their struggle It should also be pointed out that they were only found because the US army used Apache scouts to track them The author emphasizes that the Apache people were strongly individualistic and were not subservient to Geronimo or any other leader Some did not want to fighta rest stop on the way to San Antonio 1887Throughout the author always presents well the Apache point of view giving us many of their spokes people They were moved from the southwest US to Florida It is harder to think of a landscape that is entirely different from their original land from canyon mountain dry desert to hot humid and flat Many in Florida died of diseases like tuberculosis and pneumonia But not Geronimo who lived it is estimated into his early 90 s he died in 1909 He was always in strong physical condition riding horses until his dying day He died in Fort Sill Oklahoma after his people were moved there from Florida This book is engaging and captures well the spirit of these people who lived long ago

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D a series of false promises to capture the bandYet the Geronimo The eBook #212 surrender that day was not the end of the story of the Apaches associated with Geronimo Besides his small band of his tribesmen including his wife and children were rounded up loaded into railroad cars and shipped to Florida For than twenty years Geronimo’s people were kept in captivity at Fort. Who was Geronimo A Man of the Apache Geronimo was not one to sit on a fence and watch the white man take away from the Apache He fought with unbridled passion He realized the white man was taking everything away from the Apache The white man is the one who started the scalping program The United States was paying 50 dollars a scalp and the Mexicans slightly The once proud Apache nation fell to the wayside in the White expansion The Indians believed that Mother Earth should be taken care of and they stated so but we are seeing the results of white ignorance in the destruction of the climate Chief Joseph of the Nez Perce was an Indian leader who led his people out of harms way He led them to Canada This is an excellent read for the genreDEHS


8 thoughts on “Geronimo The Man His Time His Place Civilization of the American Indian Series

  1. says:

    Geronimo 1884Yahnozha Chappo Fun and Geronimo 1886This book is also a history of the Apache people during the tim

  2. says:

    A beautiful fair and dignified biography of one of the most famous of Indian chiefsMust read for lovers of southwestern history

  3. says:

    Who was Geronimo? A Man of the Apache Geronimo was not one to sit on a fence and watch the white man take away from the Apache He f

  4. says:

    By necessity this is not just a history of the war leader and medicine man who was called Geronimo but also of his people a cluster of Apache tribes who lived on the border of Arizona and Mexico Debo is grimly realistic about the blo

  5. says:

    Larry McMurtry considers this book a classic and he has pretty good taste It is not only a biography of Geronimo but a history of the encounter between the USA's westward expansion and the Apache people through the life of one of it

  6. says:

    Nifty book that made Geronimo interseting Definately not a boring biography book

  7. says:

    The sad thing is that the Apache's were pushed onto reservations because the goverment was doing so in the name of big business the Mining Corporations

  8. says:

    This book demonstrates the dignity of the American Indian and Geronimo in particular It clearly shows how the American Government has screwed with the Indians over and over and over again

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