Albumen Cabinet Card: Apache Chief "Yan-hah" Photograph. by W. P. Bliss of Fort Sill, Indian Territory c. 1879. He wears an Army musician's hat, jackets with shoulder boards, a large silver cross, and he holds a heart cut-out pipe tomahawk. Bliss' studio imprint and pencil title verso. A very desirable image. From the estate collection of E.F. Mueller.

Bliss of Fort Sill, Indian Territory c. From the estate collection of E.

Chief of Scouts Al Sieber is crippled for life after his leg stops a .45-70 slug during the Apache Kid melee.

Chief of Scouts Al Sieber is crippled for life after his leg stops a slug during the Apache Kid melee.

A cabinet card, "Al-Che-Say," titled in the negative, with imprint for F.A. Hartwell's Phoenix, AZ studio on left side; card, "Al-Che-Say, noted Apache scout + family, Ariz" written in pencil to right side of image. size 4 3/4 x 6 3/8in and 4 x 5 1/2in The image on the cabinet card was most likely taken by Andrew Miller, a photographer based in Silver City, New Mexico; the collector's notes draw attention to the initiate's cap worn by the boy, possibly the son of Alchesay (ZTX - 6/4/12 ) JC

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Chief Naiche on horse in center, Geronimo standing in from of him. All the Apache warriors lining the hill, Arizona. 1884 ck

Chief Naiche on horse in center, Geronimo standing in from of him. All the Apache warriors lining the hill, Arizona.

Kas-tziden, more widely known by his Mexican appellation Nana, c.1800-1896 - Chiricahua Apache - 1889 - By Reed  Wallace.

Kas-tziden, more widely known by his Mexican appellation Nana, - Chiricahua Apache - 1889 - By Reed Wallace.

Geronimo, the famous Apache chief, skinning the buffalo after the hunt Oklahoma, USA, 1909

Geronimo, a Native American (Chiricahua Apache) man, skins a buffalo in Oklahoma. Spectators, some of whom wear feather headdresses, look on. One man holds a staff decorated with feathers.

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