The First Hundred Years of Niño Cochise: The Untold Story of an Apache Indian Chief

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Genial, full of gusto, undaunted by age and the perfidies of the past, Nino Cochise recalls the fascinating and often bloody drama of his ninety-eight years.

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Nino Cochise was a real Apache Indian chief who lived a real life. He died at age 107. I met him in Phoenix, AZ. and interviewed him at his home in Wilcox when he was 104. His book is incredible. He knew Geronimo and told stories about him. Read this book and learn how the Apaches really lived. Geno Lawrenzi Jr.
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Phoenix Gazette
 

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most impressive book i ever read about the indian side of american history Read full review

Contents

Prologue 18721876
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PaGotzinKay 18761886
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Transition 18871889
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