Chronological history timelines of the Apache tribes
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Chronological history timelines of the Apache tribes.
Anthropologists say Apaches migrated south from Canada. Apache oral traditions say they always lived on the plains and in the southwest.
Met by Coronado, called "Querechos," in west Texas and New Mexico
Called "Apache" by Onate
Mentioned by Kino, called "Hogiopas."
Apache Uprising surrounding Ward Affair; Cochise wrongly accused of kidnapping, George Bascom took Cochise' family hostage, killed all males. Apaches them killed several hundred Whites.
Capt. Thomas Roberts attack at Apache Pass, Magnus Colorado wounded, later captured and killed at Fort McLane, Kit Carson defeated Mescaleros, interred them at Fort Sumpter, Bosque Redondo
Up to 150 Ariviappas massacred at Fort Grant.
Cook's Tonto Basin Campaign
Geronimo's resistance spanning 5 years
Victorio defeated in the Chihuahua desert
Geronimo, Nachise and 24 others surrendered, later escaped
Final Geronimo surrender
Geronimo died as a prisoner of war at Ft. Sill, Oklahoma
Jicarilla Apache timeline
Lipan Apache timeline
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