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Apache Leader Geronimo with his Warriors
John Townsend
Apache Leader Geronimo
Fort Rock Ranch
John Townsend
Apache Chief Niche & Apache Leader Geronimo on Horseback
Apache Leaders Niche & Geronimo with their Warriors
Fort Rock Ranch
Apache Warrior Geronimo
Council between General Crook & Geronimo
Apache Chief  Niche & Leader Geronimo
Elizabeth (Vickers) Townsend Aldridge
Brothers - Chancy & John "Ben" Townsend, Jr.
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Brothers - Chancy & John "Ben" Townsend, Jr.

Brothers - Chancy & John "Ben" Townsend, Jr.

Chancy (Chauncy, Chauncey) Clarence Townsend was born July 27, 1872 in Lower Aqua Fria, Arizona/died January 25, 1931 in Jerome. John "Ben" Townsend, Jr. was born March 9, 1874 in Prescott/died November 3, 1925 in Jerome.


Apache Leader Geronimo

Apache Leader Geronimo

Apache leader Geronimo (man holding long rifle) with his son and two picked braves, 1886. This photo has been altered and has drawings and illustrator pen marks and was published in the photo book titled, "Geronimo: The Apache Chief", which was created and published by M. E. Fly, wife to photographer C. S. Fly.


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Fort Rock Ranch

Fort Rock Ranch

Fort Rock Ranch, Prescott, Arizona, C.1966


Apache Warrior Geronimo

Apache Warrior Geronimo

Apache warrior Geronimo with his long rifle, 1886 This photo has been altered and has drawings and illustrator pen marks and was published in the photo book titled, "Geronimo: The Apache Chief", which was created and published by M. E. Fly, wife to photographer C. S. Fly.


Apache Chief  Niche & Leader Geronimo

Apache Chief Niche & Leader Geronimo

Apache Chief Niche (sometimes spelled Natchez) with Geronimo at Fort Bowie, Arizona before being sent to Florida.


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  • Apache Chief Niche & Leader Geronimo

    Apache Chief Niche (sometimes spelled Natchez) with Geronimo at Fort Bowie, Arizona before being sent to Florida.

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  • Apache Chief Niche & Apache Leader Geronimo on Horseback

    Apache Chief Niche & Apache Leader Geronimo (on horses) with some braves, c. 1886 This photo has been altered and has drawings and illustrator pen marks and was published in the photo book titled, "Geronimo: The Apache Chief", which was created and published by M. E. Fly, wife to photographer C. S. Fly.

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  • Apache Leader Geronimo

    Apache leader Geronimo (man holding long rifle) with his son and two picked braves, 1886. This photo has been altered and has drawings and illustrator pen marks and was published in the photo book titled, "Geronimo: The Apache Chief", which was created and published by M. E. Fly, wife to photographer C. S. Fly.

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  • Apache Leader Geronimo with his Warriors

    Apache leader Geronimo and his principal warriors at the time of surrender to General George Crook, 1886. Niche (sometimes written Natchez) standing at far right. This photo has been altered and has drawings and illustrator pen marks and was published in the photo book titled, "Geronimo: The Apache Chief", which was created and published by M. E. Fly, wife to photographer C. S. Fly.

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  • Apache Leaders Niche & Geronimo with their Warriors

    This photo was taken of Apache chief Niche and Apache leader Geronimo, with their band of warriors just prior to being sent to a reservation in 1889. This was one of the last wet plate photos taken of these men. On the print it states at the bottom, "45. Geronimo and Natchez with the band of Apaches just prior to being sent to a reservation." and was created by Documentary Photo Aids.

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  • Apache Warrior Geronimo

    Apache warrior Geronimo with his long rifle, 1886 This photo has been altered and has drawings and illustrator pen marks and was published in the photo book titled, "Geronimo: The Apache Chief", which was created and published by M. E. Fly, wife to photographer C. S. Fly.

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  • Brothers - Chancy & John "Ben" Townsend, Jr.

    Chancy (Chauncy, Chauncey) Clarence Townsend was born July 27, 1872 in Lower Aqua Fria, Arizona/died January 25, 1931 in Jerome. John "Ben" Townsend, Jr. was born March 9, 1874 in Prescott/died November 3, 1925 in Jerome.

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  • Council between General Crook & Geronimo

    Council between General George Crook and Apache leader Geronimo arranging terms of surrender in the Sierra Madre Mountains of Mexico, 1886. At bottom of photo it states: "Capt. Robert, Geronimo, Nana, Leiut. Maus, Three Interpreters, Capt. Bourke and Gen. Crook."

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  • Fort Rock Ranch

    Fort Rock Ranch, Prescott, Arizona, C.1966

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  • Fort Rock Ranch

    Fort Rock Ranch, Prescott, Arizona, C.1966

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