Correspondence and Transcripts Concerning the Fate of Geronimo and the Chiricahua Apaches, 1886-1890

Correspondence and Transcripts Concerning the Fate of Geronimo and the Chiricahua Apaches, 1886-1890 By George Crook P.H. Sheridan William C. Endicott Redfield Proctor John Gregory Bourke J.H. Dorst Guy Howard Various, I believe now that Geronimo was and is a depraved rascal whose neck I should like to stretch Capt John Bourke How the U.S government dealt with the problem of capturing and then deciding what to do with Geronimo and the Chiricahua Apaches told through dispatches from Fort Bowie, AZ, responses from Washington, reports from the field, and transcripts of meetings with I believe now that Geronimo was and is a depraved rascal whose neck I should like to stretch Capt John Bourke How the U.S government dealt with the problem of capturing and then deciding what to do with Geronimo and the Chiricahua Apaches told through dispatches from Fort Bowie, AZ, responses from Washington, reports from the field, and transcripts of meetings with the Indians at Canon de los Embudos, Mexico Mount Vernon Barracks, Alabama and Washington, DC Major actors are General George Crook, Lieutenant General P H Sheridan, Captain John G Bourke, President Benjamin Harrison, Secretary of War William Endicott, and Geronimo, Chatto, Natchez, and Ka e a tena.. Correspondence and Transcripts Concerning the Fate of Geronimo and the Chiricahua Apaches I believe now that Geronimo was and is a depraved rascal whose neck I should like to stretch Capt John Bourke How the U S government dealt with the problem of capturing and then deciding what to do wi

  • Title: Correspondence and Transcripts Concerning the Fate of Geronimo and the Chiricahua Apaches, 1886-1890
  • Author: George Crook P.H. Sheridan William C. Endicott Redfield Proctor John Gregory Bourke J.H. Dorst Guy Howard Various
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  • Page: 208
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