"The Apache Kid"


Hartwell, Photographer Unknown ina0150pa.jpg IN-A-0150 B&W 1500.0150.0001 ina0150pa Photo Card Print 4x6 Historic Photographs 1889 Reproduction requires permission. Digital images property of SHM Library & Archives


"The Apache Kid" also known as Es-ki-bi-nadel or Haskay-bay-nay-natyl, a noted Apache outlaw who wounded Al Sieber at San Carlos, Arizona.

Born in the 1860s on the San Carlos Reservation in Arizona, the “Kid” was most likely of the White Mountain Apache. The tall man destined to come to a mysterious end, the pronunciation was too much for the citizens of Globe, who simply called him “Kid.”

The back of the photo contains a description of him:

5 Ft. 10 in. in height; 140 lbs. Complexion light for an Indian. Hair cut a little shorter than this photo. No scar on his face. Eyes quick and penetrating. Age 33. Compliments of J.C. Bork and D.S. Murray.


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