Lozen & Chiricahua Apaches


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Unknown Unknown 1100.2018.3002.jpg Days Past Collection B&W 1100.2018.3002 1100.2018.3002 Digital Born 5x7 Media 1886 Reproduction requires permission. Digital images property of SHM Library & Archives

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Lozen, a female warrior, fought alongside her brother Victorio during the Indian Wars. In this photo of the Chiricahua Apaches being transported to Ft. Marion, Florida following Geronimo’s surrender to General Nelson Miles in 1886, Lozen is believed to be sitting in the back row, sixth from the right. Geronimo is in the front row, third from the right. Photo courtesy of Jan Cleere.

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