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Naiche, youngest known son of Chief Cochise

As a young man, Naiche, 2nd son of Cochise, led many Apache raids in Arizona. He became chief after his older brother, ...

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Chief Naiche, son of Cochise.

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Cocopah Indian named Mosquito Bill The Cocopah tribe, also known as the River people lived along the Colorado river for years. to learn more, ...

Naiche (aka Natchez) the youngest son of Cochise and Dos-teh-seh - Chiricahua Apache - circa 1887

Another fine portrait of Curley, Custers Crow scout. It seems there are more photographs of Curley than Custer himself.

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Final hereditary chief of the Chiricahua band of Apache. Youngest son of Cochise and Dos-teh-seh. His older brother was Chief Taza. Naiche was a tall, ...

Chief Naiche, youngest son of Cochise - Chiricahua Apache - 1913

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Natchez (Naiche) final hereditary head of the Chiricahua band of Apaches; youngest son of Cochise and his wife Dos-teh-seh, by Reed Wallace, Mobile, Ala.

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Chief Naiche, and wife, Chiricahua Apache

Naiche (Natches), son of Cohise. Hereditary chief of the Chiricahua Apaches. Naiche was Geronimo's lieutenant during the protracted wars in Arizona

Naiche, Eclah-eh, their Children and Naiches mother, widow of Chief Cochise

I start this thread with the best known pictures of Naiche (sometimes also spelled Natchez), son of Cochise and grandson of Mangas Coloradas, ...

Chief Naiche, Chiricahua Apache, son of Cochise, Grandson of Mangas Coloradas. 1912

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Some identify this man as Taza, Cochise's eldest son, Taza died in this photo was taken On the photo it's written Notshi, Chiricahua Apache.

Naiche 07 in Uniform

Bridget and Susan Cochise, daughters of the Chief Cochise. Half sisters to Chief Naiche.

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Geronimo & Eva Geronimo, his youngest daughter - Chiricahua Apache - before 1909.

1854-1934) - Chiricahua Apache war chief - Protege of Cochise - Raids on settlers in Arizona in the 1870s with Chiefs Cochise, Bonito, Victorio, Geronimo, ...

Cochise - 1815-1874 Though actually pronounced K-you Ch-Ish, this Apache leader is second only to Geronimo when it comes to that tribe's historical ...

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As a medicine man, Geronimo acted as a teacher for hereditary Chief Naiche. Naiche had three wives and 15 children. Nadeyole, was Naiche's oldest wife.

DOROTHY (daughter of Naiche & Haozinne), Chiricahua Apache

Chief "Talkalai" - Apache Chief and Chief of Scouts. He was raised on the San Carlos Indian Reservation and was the chief of the Apache Peaks band of the ...

This-day-zay, Cochise's wife and daughter of Mangas Coloradas T

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Amazing picture of Geronimo, great Apache chief

Chiricahua Apache Chief Cochise: No known picture was ever taken of him. But descriptions, paintings, and sketches were recorded. This sketch is faithful to ...

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Naiche (aka Natchez) and his family - Chiricahua Apache - circa 1887

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Cochise was one of the most famous Apache leaders (along with Geronimo and Mangas Coloradas) to resist intrusions by Americans during the 19th century.

Amelia Naiche, Naiche's daughter, is on the right (White Tail, Mescalero Apache Reservation, New Mexico)

Chief Naiche, Chiricahua Apache, is seated, Chief Jose, San Carlos Apache, is standing at right. ck

COCHISE, Apache 1812-1874 ... "When I was young I walked all over this country, east and west, and saw no other people than the Apaches.

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Fun - Chiricahua Apache - no date - The Apache were born warriors. The fiercest and most feared of all American Indian tribes. The Apache defied the odds ...

Cochise's daughters, Bridget and Susan, half sisters to Taza and Naiche.

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The American Indian known as Chief Kenawash of the Chippewa Nation.

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Chiricahua Apache woman, daughter of Chief Mangas Coloradas, wife of Cochise, and mother of Chief Taza and Chief Naiche. (photo not dated)

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Talkalay, scout, Western Apache

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Grave of Taza, Apache chief, Congressional Cemetery, Washington D.C. $695WK ~ Stay at Hummingbird Ranch Vacation House in Southeastern Arizona.

Knotleetla, an elderly Native American (Apache) woman, poses outdoors with a man

Loco - Apache - no date

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Two Chiricahua Apache Men - 1888.

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Geronimo, condottiero nativo americano, il più importante dei capi apache, soprannominato "Sognatore" perchè vedeva il futuro.

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Chief Naiche, (ca. Chiricahua Apache, hereditary chief, dressed in a military uniform decorated with medals.

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