3 edition of The history of Geronimo"s summer campaign in 1883 found in the catalog.
The history of Geronimo"s summer campaign in 1883
|Statement||by G.D. Cummings|
|Series||English and American drama of the nineteenth century|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||73|
By the summer of , Miles had 5, American troops (a full quarter of the U.S. Army) in pursuit of Geronimo and 34 Apaches. The national press breathlessly followed the story. Miles quietly used Crook’s Apache scouts, now led by Lt. Charles Gatewood, to flush out Geronimo and convince him to return to Arizona. In Pursuit of Geronimo. Following his surrender in , Geronimo and his band had agreed to live on the San Carlos Reservation. In May , however, a band of Apaches, led by Geronimo, Nana and Nachez, left the San Carlos reservation and fled to the Sierra Madre Mountains of Old Mexico where they resumed their former life of raiding Mexican towns and ranches.
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Excerpt from The History of Geronimo's Summer Campaign in A Drama And then harangues in justice of his cause; Then lightly on his stolen charger mounts, And first his ﬂuctuating stock he counts, And then each warrior to his post : G. Cummings. The surrender of the great Apache leader Geronimo to U.S Army Lieutenant Charles B.
Gatewood in August of brought to an end a struggle that had begun in the early years of the century, and had figured prominently in the western campaign of the Civil War.
The words addressed by Gatewood to Geronimo as they met along the banks of Mexico's Bavispe River echoed those. When Geronimo was captured on September 4,he was the last Native American leader to formally surrender to the U.S.
military. He spent the last 20 years of his life as a prisoner of war. Geronimo’s deadly malice had its origins in generations of hostility between his people and the Hispanic colonizers of the land.
It was a relationship that was shaped by a strange alternation between raid and trade, by mutual enslavement, and by the bounty the Mexican government offered for Apache scalps.
The History of Geronimo's Summer Campaign in by Cummings G D, available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. The History of Geronimo's Summer Campaign in Cummings G D InGeneral George Crook was recalled to Arizona to conduct a campaign against the Apache.
Geronimo surrendered in Januarybut, spurred by rumors of impending trials and hangings, took flight from the San Carlos Reservation onaccompanied by 35 warriors, and other men, women and children.
Geronimo's reminiscences, Geronimo's Story of His Life, were recorded and edited by S. Barrett in The best account of Geronimo's career by one of his contemporaries is John G. Bourke, On the Border with Crook ().
More recent and comprehensive is O. Faulk, The Geronimo Campaign (). Book: Geronimo’s Story of His Life Authors: Geronimo, – S. (Stephen Melvil) Barrett, –. First published: The original book is in the public domain in the United States and in some other countries as well.
However, it is unknown when S. Barrett died. Depending on the year of his death, theFile Size: 2MB. Geronimo: His Own Story Book Summary and Study Guide. Geronimo Booklist Geronimo Message Board. Detailed plot synopsis reviews of Geronimo: His Own Story; Geronimo, born Goyathlay, was an Apache medicine man and warrior.
Born in what is now New Mexico inhe was the grandson of the chief of the Bedonkohe Apache. Geronimo's father died when. Geronimo (Mescalero-Chiricahua: Goyaałé Athabaskan pronunciation: [kòjàːɬɛ́] "the one who yawns," June – Febru ) was a prominent leader and medicine man from the Bedonkohe band of the Apache tribe.
From toGeronimo joined with members of three other Chiricahua Apache bands — the Tchihende, the Tsokanende and the Nednhi — to carry Born: JuneArizpe, Sonora or Turkey.
In The Geronimo Campaign, Odie B. Faulk, a leading historian of the American Southwest offers a lively and often chilling reassessment of the military campaign that ended with the surrender of Apache Chief Geronimo on Augcalling attention to the campaign's ironies as well as its dangers and vicissitudes.
Early in October I secured the services of an educated Indian, Asa Deklugie, son of Juh (pronounced Ho or sometimes Whoa), chief of the Nedni Apaches, as interpreter, and the work of compiling the book began.(Chief Juh was Geronimo's brother-in-law and best friend They fought many battles together.
Geronimo left the reservation on raiding parties frequently. In he and his band sought refuge on the Warm Springs Reservation at Ojo Caliente, north of Winston, NM.
The Indian agent, John Clum, found out he was there, and took a group of Indian scouts to arrest Geronimo. They set a trap and he was surrounded and on: S. Foch St, Truth or Consequences,NM.
Get this from a library. The history of Geronimo's summer campaign in a drama. [G D Cummings]. By: Geronimo () Geronimo’s Story of His Life is the oral life history of a legendary Apache warrior.
Composed inwhile Geronimo was being held as a U.S. prisoner of war at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, Geronimo’s story found audience and publication through the efforts of S.
Barrett--Lawton, Oklahoma, Superintendent of Education, who wrote in his preface that “the 4/5(2). InGeronimo was forced to move to the San Carlos, Arizona, reservation for the first time, but he was scarcely beaten.
Instead, Geronimo treated the reservation as just one small part of the. Nonfiction books about the way the native Americans were steam rolled to make way for the European immigrants always breaks my heart. It is so sad.
It hurts my heart. Geronimo's history is one of the most well known stories. I liked that this was Geronimo's own story told my him. There was a frankness to this that I appreciated.
His word was his word/5. Spring and Summer, – During the five months following the flight from Canyon de los Embudos, Geronimo throws his handful of fighters into a hopeless struggle against an overwhelming force. He has trigged the downfall of General Crook, perhaps the preeminent Indian fighter in U.
history. He provokes the last campaign of the Indian wars. The American West is indebted to Robert M Utley for his many books on the history of the area. For many years, he served as chief historian for the National Park Service.
His biography of Geronimo is superb at threading his way through the blind canyons of history to arrive at a well-reasoned appreciation of the role that Geronimo played for the Chiricahua /5.
Geronimo, Indian name Goyathlay (“One Who Yawns”), (born JuneNo-Doyohn Canyon, Mex.—died Feb. 17,Fort Sill, Okla., U.S.), Bedonkohe Apache leader of the Chiricahua Apache, who led his people’s defense of their homeland against the military might of the United States. For generations the Apaches had resisted white colonization of their homeland in the.
Appears in 11 books from Page i - PREFACE THE initial idea of the compilation of this work was to give the reading public an authentic record of the private life of the Apache Indians, and to extend to Geronimo as a prisoner of war the courtesy due any captive, ie, the right to state the causes which impelled him in his opposition to 4/5(1).Occupation: Apache Chief Born: June in Arizona Died: Febru in Fort Sill, Oklahoma Best known for: Fighting against the Mexican and U.S.
governments to protect his homeland Biography: Where did Geronimo grow up? Geronimo was born in eastern Arizona in the year At the time, his homeland was claimed by both the Mexican government and the .Written as told by Geronimo, the history of the USA is re-written from this Native American's perspective.
Very small book but interesting reading. I went on to purchase Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee, which covers much more of the dreadful treatment the Native Americans received from the so called 'civilised' by: 7.