The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 23, July 1919 - April, 1920 Page: 37
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The Apache in the Southwest, 1846-1886
-a struggle marked by cruelty, hatred and cunning. When he
laid down his arms and acknowledged defeat it was only because
he lacked men and equipment to carry on the strife. Time alone
will tell whether or not the white man has been the only one who
has gained in the settlement, or whether in return for his wild
freedom and tribal entity there has come to the Apache a greater
gain in new and higher ideals and habits of life. His past is past
and the future is largely a sealed book.
The foregoing article is a resume of a study prepared as a Master's
Thesis at the University of California under the direction of Profes-
sor Herbert E. Bolton. The study was based on the following docu-
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Annual Reports of the Secretary of War for the years 1846-1886.
Barrett, Stephen Melvil, Geronimo's Story of his life. N. Y., 190,7.
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Howard, Major-general O. 0., My life and experiences among our
hostile Indians. Hartford, 1907.
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