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The Long Walk
First the Apaches
Then the Navajos
Baylor Governor of Arizona
Post War Indian Policy
At Bosque Redondo
Dr Michael Steck
Albuquerque American Apaches Arizona Armijo army battle battle of Valverde Baylor Bosque Redondo Calhoun California Column camp campaign Canby Captain Carson Cavalry Chihuahua citizens Civil Colonel Colorado Comanches command Confederate Cong Congress Craig Department depredations Doniphan enemy expedition fight Fillmore force Fort Bliss Fort Craig Fort Fillmore Fort Sumner Fort Union Fort Yuma Gila Governor horses hundred Indian Affairs Infantry James July June Kearny Keleher killed Kit Carson Knapp letter Magoffin Major Manuel Armijo March Martinez ment Mescalero Mesilla Mexican Mexico miles military mountains Mowry mules murders Navajo country Navajo Indians officers Paso peace Pecos River prisoners regiment Santa Fe Santa Fe Gazette sent Sept Series settlements Sibley soldiers Steck Sumner Taos Territory Texans Texas tion told treaty tribe troops Tucson Union United Valverde Volunteers wagons Washington West Yuma
Page 17 - House dissenting) had declared that 'by the act of the Republic of Mexico a state of war exists between that Government and the United States...
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The Penalty Is Death: U. S. Newspaper Coverage of Women's Executions
Limited preview - 2002