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  1. This is my trophy foto from yesterday. A breached...

    This is my trophy foto from yesterday. A breached cache at an Apache site in the Peloncillos. 1388392
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    Chiricahua pride

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  3. In 2013,I saw a flyer in a storefront window in...

    In 2013,I saw a flyer in a storefront window in my hometown of Bisbee. The Chiricahuas were to have a celebration of 100 years of freedom. The flyer mentioned that the Chiricahuas were going to have...
  4. It was Rockfellow's neighbor, Richard Shaw. May...

    It was Rockfellow's neighbor, Richard Shaw. May be he bought it from Rockfellow, not sure. The Chiricahuas have little interest in it. An official from that tribe was there two years ago and gave the...
  5. The Chiricahua tribe has four acres in the...

    The Chiricahua tribe has four acres in the Dragoons. Old man Shaw left it to them. Over a dozen years ago, a man I know was traveling from his home in New York to Ca. Someone said "You ought to pay a...
  6. A brief detour from the recent posts. Where...

    A brief detour from the recent posts.

    Where did the name "Chiricahua"originate? Opatas!

    Here is a section of an article from: William K. Hartmann & Constantino Martínez Fabián (2016)...
  7. It's a strong and beautiful place. Shaw must have...

    It's a strong and beautiful place. Shaw must have had a good heart.
  8. Euro man: "Hey Mr. Zuni man, What you call that...

    Euro man: "Hey Mr. Zuni man, What you call that group of people who just left?"
    Mr. Zuni man: "Apaches"
    Euro man: "Hey everybody, they're called Apaches!"

    And-

    Euro man: "What do you call...
  9. "The "Apache" name is very similar to many tribes...

    "The "Apache" name is very similar to many tribes in the Southwest's word for "enemy". That says something for the Athabascans."


    It shows how difficult it was for non-indians to grasp the...
  10. From D. Seymour: "The most cutting-edge...

    From D. Seymour:

    "The most cutting-edge research is using a systematic dating methodology to ascertain the age of sites, and in doing so is showing that ancestors of the
    Apache (early...
  11. I knew those boulders looked familiar. Mud...

    I knew those boulders looked familiar.

    Mud Springs, a dozen miles north of Douglas. The first photo was made around 1880. The Apache kid is on the left and his fellow scout Slim Jim is on the...
  12. The Apaches in Cochise County were preceded by...

    The Apaches in Cochise County were preceded by the Mogollons, the Mimbres, the Salados, the Hohokam, and what ever group killed the mammoths. The cave in the Peloncillos was dated to the 1300's. The...
  13. Another of the C S Fly photos. I find it...

    Another of the C S Fly photos. I find it interesting that Geronimo's son, Chappo, sports a Windsor knot. Maybe his father taught him to tie it. That evokes a tender scene. "Let's see here son, the...
  14. Another quote that I cannot remember where it...

    Another quote that I cannot remember where it came from was this. It was in response to a group of travelers in Arizona Territory. The asked an old timer about the danger from the Apaches and what...
  15. Our esteemed Don wrote: "the Apache was a...

    Our esteemed Don wrote: "the Apache was a skulking, thieving, ambusher, rather than a stand up and fight Injun."

    Somewhere, I can't remember where, this very conversation (from soldier to warrior)...
  16. I was walking along the east side of the...

    I was walking along the east side of the Chiricahuas, on my way to an old homestead. I saw some stones that seemed to have been placed in patterns. I stopped and looked at the first one I found....
  17. This is the famous photo by Tombstone...

    This is the famous photo by Tombstone photographer C S Fly. It has appeared in many books and articles. What never seems to be mentioned is that Geronimo , while everyone else is armed, holds a drum....
  18. The ONLY time Mr. H allowed me to take photos...

    The ONLY time Mr. H allowed me to take photos while he was singing. I was still shy about it and shot from behind a tree.

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    Mr. H doing his best to explain things.
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    A target...
  19. "Indians" I've been admonished for using the...

    "Indians"

    I've been admonished for using the term, but only by non-Indians. I've never heard any from the Nde nation use the term "Native American" of "first Americans", they say "Indians",...
  20. "I guess you know the significance of an eagle...

    "I guess you know the significance of an eagle sighting & the number 4?"

    From my point of view it seemed to be the four signs received later on. I've never asked anyone about it, so I don't know...
  21. Injunbro wrote: ".... Uh, no they were ultra...

    Injunbro wrote: ".... Uh, no they were ultra independent & were scattered through the rocks & across the grasslands,"

    Freedom. Particularly individual freedom. You here about it the first day of...
  22. Thank you sir! Really great information, new to...

    Thank you sir! Really great information, new to me.

    A consequence of Ulzanna's legendary raid. Casper Albert was a Cochise County deputy. He owned the second largest mine in Galeyville along the...
  23. Below the Chief's treaty boulder are these three...

    Below the Chief's treaty boulder are these three boulders. They are the boulders whereby the Chief proclaimed that they represent himself, General Howard, and Tom Jeffords and as long as they remain,...
  24. Injunbro, do you know about this photo? Alice...

    Injunbro, do you know about this photo? Alice Crane cajoled Tom Jeffords to take her to the treaty site in 1895. He said it was at this boulder where the Chief camped with his band and the General....
  25. At the same site is this boulder with the little...

    At the same site is this boulder with the little pool of water in front of it. If you lay on your back and crawl into the little space at the lower left side of it, you will see more pictographs...
  26. Inside the cave mentioned by Injunbro is this...

    Inside the cave mentioned by Injunbro is this grinding boulder. I found another just like it on the flats about half mile west of this site. Both have the grinding holes placed in such a way that, to...
  27. On the same boulder is this, my favorite...

    On the same boulder is this, my favorite painting. It has just about completly faded into time. I brought it back to life via photoshop. A man with the sun for a head. Gotta love that!
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  28. Here's a group of paintings on the same rock that...

    Here's a group of paintings on the same rock that Injunbro posted above. The paintings are murlti-cultural, but the figure just to the right of middle is the classic Gahn, or Mountain Spirit. The...
  29. Injunbro wrote "They never pushed their religion...

    Injunbro wrote "They never pushed their religion on anyone else either & prefer, then & now, to just be left alone."

    The man I spent the most time with, a Chiricahua Man, told me about how they...
  30. "Is it true in Native American culture that the...

    "Is it true in Native American culture that the name of a deceased person is not suppose to be mentioned in conversation?"

    Yes, but in the case I was writing about, my friend would not say...
  31. A few years ago I was invited to a 3 day ceremony...

    A few years ago I was invited to a 3 day ceremony in the east stronghold of the Dragoons. About 50 "enemies" showed up; Lipans, Mescaleros, Chiricahuas, and San Carlos people. I was first to arrive,...
  32. You are a wickedly clever man. Respect.

    You are a wickedly clever man. Respect.
  33. New to me, thank you, one path always leads to...

    New to me, thank you, one path always leads to another.
  34. The treaty site in the Dragoons mentioned by...

    The treaty site in the Dragoons mentioned by Injunbro. Third photo is to show the severe beauty of the Dragoons.



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  35. High up in the Chiricahua Mountains of S E...

    High up in the Chiricahua Mountains of S E Arizona are five caves with paintings in them. One of the caves, the last one, has this painting in it. There are no other paintings in this particular...
  36. Apache cave I found in the Peloncillos. The...

    Apache cave I found in the Peloncillos. The partially burned juniper logs are from the time of Apache occupation of this cave. I led an Archaeologist to this site and she wrote a paper on her...
  37. From Bourke (paraphrased): "In the history of...

    From Bourke (paraphrased): "In the history of humans on this planet, no single culture holds a monopoly on cruelty to their fellow man."

    From the many books, articles, and other documents, I have...
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