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Chief Naiche (ca. 1857-1919). Final hereditary chief of the Chiricahua band of Apache. Naiche was the youngest son of Cochise and Dos-teh-seh. His older brother was Chief Taza.

Chief Naiche (ca. 1857-1919). Final hereditary chief of the Chiricahua band of Apache. Naiche was the youngest son of Cochise and Dos-teh-seh. His older brother was Chief Taza.

Seminole  1905:  One of the few tribes that never surrendered and signed a treaty with US.  Unconquered, free and their own Nation.

Seminole 1905: One of the few tribes that never surrendered and signed a treaty with US. Unconquered, free and their own Nation.

Ho-Chunk woman Martha Lyons-Lowe Stacy (KaRaChoWinKah) holds her son James Stacy (NaHeKah).  tragically James died at the age of two. Photo: 1904.

Ho-Chunk woman Martha Lyons-Lowe Stacy (KaRaChoWinKah) holds her son James Stacy (NaHeKah). tragically James died at the age of two. Photo: 1904.

"Oldest woman on Mescalero Apache Reservation", New Mexico  Photographer: J.R. Riddle Date: 1886 - 1888? Negative Number 076161 via Palace of the Governors Photo Archives FB

"Oldest woman on Mescalero Apache Reservation", New Mexico Photographer: J.R. Riddle Date: 1886 - 1888? Negative Number 076161 via Palace of the Governors Photo Archives FB

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