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Victorio, Apache chief

Native Americans · Battle · Victorio - Warm Springs Apache - no date - Whom my Son was named after.

Photo of Chiricahua Apache Chief Victorio, Credit: Wikipedia.

Old Nana, c.1800-1896 - The famous Apache Chief, who in 1880, at over age 70, was fighting and leading Geronimo and Naiche in battles.

Victorio Apache Chief

Victorio - Warm Springs Chiricahua Apache Chief - --- "The greatest…

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Chief Victorio Chi-hen-ne (Ojo Caliente), (Hot Springs). Apache IndianIndian PeopleNative American ...

Fought alongside her brother, Victorio. Lozen was "his right hand, strong as a man, braver than most, and cunning in strategy.


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Young Lozen -To become an Apache Woman Warrior, younger sister to Chief Victorio. An excellent horseman, known for her strength & Vision.

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AP Images The smaller image of Lozen, top, was originally taken from this image. She can be seen with Geronimo and other warriors in front of the train that ...

"Native American Indian Maiden Jicarilla Apache" by Carol Gauldin. "

Photo credit: Ben Wittick. Perhaps the most famous Native American ...

A dynamic and aggressive chief, Victorio ranked most other Apaches in leadership ability and skill · Native American IndiansNative ...

Native American · Dilth-cley-ih, (the daughter of Bidu-ya or Victorio,

Photographs of Native American Indians : Augustin Vigil - Jicarilla Apache Chief

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LOZEN (c1840-1890), Chiricahua Apache, sister of Chief Victorio, warrior alongside Geronimo and other warriors. Her picture hangs in the Pentagon for her ...

Nana, Apache War Chief by A.F. Randall, 1884

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Native americans · Chief Victorio, and Buffalo Soldiers of the 9th Cavalry/Battle of Las Animas Canyon

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Lozen, Apache Woman Warrior - The sister to a great Apache chief, Lozen fought alongside Geronimo and was known as a “shield to her people” and the most ...


Victorio (Henry Cross)

"The supposed only photograph of Taza." --- This is in fact Scout Noche. This photo was taken in 1886. Taza was dead for 10 years in 1886.

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VICTORIO'S WISDOM by Mairi Budreau

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Cora Mangus - Chiricahua Apache. - Mangus was married to Dilth-cley-ih · Native American ...

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Victorio, son-in-law of Mangas Coloradas.

LOZEN Chiricahua Apache, sister of Chief Victorio, warrior alongside Geronimo and other warriors. Her picture hangs in the Pentagon for her Guerrilla ...

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Tommy Thompson, Native American Chief at Celilo Falls.

Tonto Apache man - no date:

Hosea, an Apache man, with his hair in hair rolls or dreadlocks wrapped in an embroidered headscarf. Photographed: San Francisco, 1872.

A painting said to be of Lozen on display at the International Native American Memorial in

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A List of Native American Apache Names for boys and girls with their meanings and their origins within the Native American Apache tribe.

Nanye-hi (Nancy Ward): Beloved Woman of the Cherokee

'I Will Not Surrender the Hair of a Horse's Tail': The Victorio Campaign. '

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Old Nana, c.1800-1896 - The famous Apache Chief, who in. Apache IndianNative IndianNative American ...

Lozen. “

Victorio: Apache Warrior and Chief (The Oklahoma Western Biographies): Kathleen P. Chamberlain: 9780806157603: Amazon.com: Books

Chief Cochise

Chief Sitting Bull

Spider woman, Changing Woman, Corn Mother and all creation watch as the women come forward, one by one, sometimes softly and other times with full ...

Cochise was thought to be born about 1812 in either Arizona or New Mexico; in addition, his tribe lived in the Chiricahua Mountain Range which extends into ...

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Lena Geronimo.

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Hattie Tom, Chiricahua Apache Native American Indian 1899

Mangas Coloradas

In the Days of Victorio; Recollections of a Warm Springs Apache 1st Edition

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Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee

Lozen was a skilled warrior and a prophet of the Chihenne Chiricahua Apache. She was the sister of Victorio, a prominent chief. - Artist not identified


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In the Days of Victorio; Recollections of a Warm Springs Apache: Eve Ball, James Kaywaykla: 9780816504015: Amazon.com: Books

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Quanah Parker, the last major chief of the Comanche Indians

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Bust of Victorio, Apache leader, in the museum

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Goyaałé (Geronimo), in native garb

White Horse Kiowa Apache .

Chief Iron Tail was one of the most famous Native American celebrities of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Professional photographers circulated his ...