Agua Chiquita Canyon

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1 September 1880; Weed, New Mexico: At Agua Chiquita Canyon, east of the Sacramento Mountains, Sgt. James Robinson and 10 privates of Company G, 9th Cavalry, were driving a herd of army horses and mules when they were attacked by about 25 Apaches, on foot but well-armed. Robinson countercharged into a heavy fire and drove away the Indians. Two privates were killed.

Encyclopedia of Indian Wars by Gregory F. Michno
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