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The Apache Kid escaped from a train transporting Apache prisoners to Florida and returned to Arizona by traveling at night. He was convicted of assaulting and attempting to kill Al Seiber but escaped and was never again apprehended. He is said to have been Al Sieber's best scout, possessing almost unbelievable vision.

The Apache Kid escaped from a train transporting Apache prisoners to Florida and returned to Arizona by traveling at night. He was convicted of assaulting and attempting to kill Al Seiber but escaped and was never again apprehended. He is said to have been Al Sieber's best scout, possessing almost unbelievable vision.

Council Between Geronimo and U.S. Army Officers : In 1886, Apache leader Geronimo meets with U.S. General Crook near Tombstone, Arizona. (Photo Credit: CORBIS)    Browse simila

Council Between Geronimo and U.S. Army Officers : In 1886, Apache leader Geronimo meets with U.S. General Crook near Tombstone, Arizona. (Photo Credit: CORBIS) Browse simila

Sappix and son were Ute Indians. Both in native dress, one with face paint and ornaments, one holding bag. Photograph 1869

Sappix and son were Ute Indians. Both in native dress, one with face paint and ornaments, one holding bag. Photograph 1869

Sitting Bull (Tatanka-Iyotanka), Lakota (Sioux) Chief 1831-1890 - On July 19, 1881, after four years of self-exile in Canada, Sitting Bull and his followers surrendered to U.S. officials at Fort Buford in what is now North Dakota and were placed on the nearby Standing Rock Indian reservation. Nine years later, during the Ghost Dance Movement, Indian police were sent to arrest Sitting Bull, who was accused of encouraging Indian rebellion. He was killed by a man called Red Tomahawk.

Sitting Bull (Tatanka-Iyotanka), Lakota (Sioux) Chief 1831-1890 - On July 19, 1881, after four years of self-exile in Canada, Sitting Bull and his followers surrendered to U.S. officials at Fort Buford in what is now North Dakota and were placed on the nearby Standing Rock Indian reservation. Nine years later, during the Ghost Dance Movement, Indian police were sent to arrest Sitting Bull, who was accused of encouraging Indian rebellion. He was killed by a man called Red Tomahawk.

"Standing L-R: Zai (Apache), unknown, Nosey (Apache) Sittting L-R: Ohibshih (Apache), Albert Sieber, Nurkitsh (Apache) - circa 1877"

"Standing L-R: Zai (Apache), unknown, Nosey (Apache) Sittting L-R: Ohibshih (Apache), Albert Sieber, Nurkitsh (Apache) - circa 1877"

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