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Tragic Powwow

Tragic Powwow

The Apache Kid vs Al Sieber, Then Everyone in Arizona Maps & Graphics by Gus Walker Based on the research of Dr. Sam Palmer, Dan Thrapp, Lynda...

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The Power of Pictures

The Power of Pictures

The very best historical photographs from our treasured vaults define our idea of the West. In honor of our 70th year, the editors of True West have...

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Cave Creek Ambush

Cave Creek Ambush

December 22, 1873 Tonto Apaches vs Al Sieber and the 5th Cavalry   Stationed at Camp McDowell, northeast of Phoenix, A.T., a unit of the 5th...

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A Ghostly Battle

A Ghostly Battle

An Apache shaman caused a major battle in Arizona. It was a shaman, leading the Ghost Dance, that led to the Battle of Cibecue Creek in Arizona....

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The Apache Artist

The Apache Artist

Naiche was more than just a war chief. Naiche is best known as the last hereditary chief of the Chiricahua Apache. He was the son of Cochise, and a...

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Apache Wars

Apache Wars

When was the most dangerous period in Arizona history during the Apache Wars? The most dangerous period began in 1861 and the years immediately...

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Comancheros

Comancheros

The Comancheros were a mixed ethnicity of New Mexican merchants who traded with the Comanche, Kiowa, Lipan Apache and other Southern Plains people....

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