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Signal Peak

Part of our in-depth series exploring the forts of Apacheria The following is from the book, Encyclopedia of Indian Wars, by Gregory F. Michno. 5 June 1870, Globe, Arizona: Lt. Howard B. Cushing received orders to track down the Pinal Apaches...

Rio Corralitos

Part of our in-depth series exploring the forts of Apacheria The following is from the book, Indian Wars, by Bill Yenne. Major Albert P. Morrow would continue to pursue Victorio for the next month, crossing south into Mexico, and finally catching...

Quitman Canyon

Part of our in-depth series exploring the forts of Apacheria The following story of the October, 1880 Quitman Canyon fight is from the National Park Service web site. The military authorities knew that Victorio would soon enter the United States...

Percha Creek

Part of our in-depth series exploring the forts of Apacheria The following is from the book, Encyclopedia of Indian Wars, by Gregory F. Michno. Percha Creek 12 January 1880, Hillsboro, New Mexico: Maj. Albert P. Morrow had chased Victorio's Apaches...

Ojo Caliente

Part of our in-depth series exploring the forts of Apacheria 28 October, 1880; Southwestern Texas: Renegade Mimbres Apache leader Victorio finally met his destruction at the hands of Mexican soldiers at Tres Castillos in Chihuahua on 14 October 1880...

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