In the early 1900s, when Geronimo was taken prisoner, Barrett commissioned an interpreter to interview the Native American warrior. Told in his own words, this is the story of his life and people.
Table of Contents
Newly Revised and Edited with an Introduction and Notes by Frederick Turner
Illustrations Preface Introduction by Frederick Turner A Note on the Text Introductory Part I: The Apaches 1. Origin of the Apache Indians 2. Subdivisions of the Apache Tribe 3. Early Life 4. Tribal Amusements, Manners, and Customs 5. The Family Part II: The Mexicans 6. Kas-ki-yeh 7. Fighting Under Difficulties 8. Raids That Were Successful 9. Varying Fortunes 10. Heavy Fighting 11. Geronimo’s Mightiest Battle Part III: The White Men 12. Coming of the White Men 13. Greatest of Wrongs 14. Removals 15. In Prison and on the Warpath 16. The Final Struggle 17. A Prisoner of War Part IV. The Old and the New 18. Unwritten Laws of the Apaches 19. At the World’s Fair 20. Religion 21. Hopes for the Future Appendix: The Surrender of Geronimo A Selected Bibliography