Das-Luca,Skro-Kit,Shus-El-Day,Indians,clothing,White Mountain Apaches,c1909

Das-Luca,Skro-Kit,Shus-El-Day,Indians,clothing,White Mountain Apaches,c1909

Goyahkla (Geronimo). A prominent Native American leader and medicine man of the Chiricahua Apache who fought against Mexico and the United States and their expansion into Apache lands for several decades during the Apache Wars

Goyahkla (Geronimo). A prominent Native American leader and medicine man of the Chiricahua Apache who fought against Mexico and the United States and their expansion into Apache lands for several decades during the Apache Wars

*APACHE SCOUTS & BUFFALO SOLDIER's: African Americans have served proudly in every great American war. Over two hundred thousand African American servicemen fought bravely during the Civil War. In 1866 through an act of congress, legislation was adopted to create six all African American army units.

*APACHE SCOUTS & BUFFALO SOLDIER's: African Americans have served proudly in every great American war. Over two hundred thousand African American servicemen fought bravely during the Civil War. In 1866 through an act of congress, legislation was adopted to create six all African American army units.

apache indian culture | ... Dance of the Geronimo Apache Indians. Only photo made of this dance

apache indian culture | ... Dance of the Geronimo Apache Indians. Only photo made of this dance

Known as Bidu-ya to his Apache people, Victorio was a warrior and chief, who’s predecessor was Mangus Coloradas. The warrior Victorio, a Minbreño Apache of the of the Chihenne band of the Chiricahua, was born in 1809 in the Black Range Mountains, near Silver City, New Mexico. The area, claimed by Victorio to be their ancestral homeland, initially served the Apache well and generally, they were content. Toughest of the Apaches and scourge to every buffalo soldier at Fort Cummings was Chief…

Known as Bidu-ya to his Apache people, Victorio was a warrior and chief, who’s predecessor was Mangus Coloradas. The warrior Victorio, a Minbreño Apache of the of the Chihenne band of the Chiricahua, was born in 1809 in the Black Range Mountains, near Silver City, New Mexico. The area, claimed by Victorio to be their ancestral homeland, initially served the Apache well and generally, they were content. Toughest of the Apaches and scourge to every buffalo soldier at Fort Cummings was Chief…

STAND OFF AT WOUNDED KNEE, Dennis Banks founder of the American Indian Movement #idlenomore

STAND OFF AT WOUNDED KNEE, Dennis Banks founder of the American Indian Movement #idlenomore

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