Apache Warrior 1860-86, Robert N. Watt.
An interesting look at the Chiricahua Apaches and their twenty five
year long struggle against encroaching Americans and Mexicans, ending
with the final surrender of Geronimo and Mangus in 1886. Looks at how
the Apache trained for conflict, the distinction between war and
raiding, and the risk avoidance that dominated Apache planning,
supported by a good mix of successful and unsuccessful raids.
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