Apache Indian Chief


The Lubkin Company, Mesa, Arizona M. Rider, Los Angeles, California ina0164pa.jpg IN-A-0164 Hand-Tinted Color 1500-0164-0001 ina0164pa Postcard 3x5 Historic Photographs 1890s Reproduction requires permission. Digital images property of SHM Library & Archives


Postcard caption reads: "Apache Indian Chief - a warrior of the olden days."

For centuries the Apache were known as raiders and fierce warriors. Their small bands and nomadic lifestyle made it easier for them to evade capture by the U.S. Army, but eventually they were outnumbered and by 1886 the entire Apache population had been relocated to reservations.

Melody, Michael E. , The Apache, Chelsea House, 1989



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