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" Not a single Chiricahua had been killed, captured or wounded throughout the entire campaign — with two exceptions — unless by Chiricahua Apache scouts, who, like Chato, had kept the pledges given to General Crook in the Sierra Madre in 1883. The exceptions... "
On the Border with Crook - Page 485
by John Gregory Bourke - 1892 - 491 pages
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Great Western Indian Fights

Westerners. Potomac Corral - History - 1966 - 336 pages
...much of Crook's career, left no question about it in his book, On the Border With Crook. He wrote: Not a single Chiricahua had been killed, captured,...wounded throughout the entire campaign— with two exceptions—unless by Chiricahua Apache scouts who, like Chatto, had kept the pledges given to General...
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The Apache Indians

Frank C. Lockwood - History - 1938 - 348 pages
...and concerning the final disposition of the well-behaved Indians who had remained on the reservation: "Not a single Chiricahua had been killed, captured,...Apaches near Fort Apache, and one killed by a white o a Q 2 w a: y S I u Munitions Bldg., Wash. CHIRICAHUA APACHE CHILDREN, PHOTOGRAPHED UPON THEIR ARRIVAL...
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