Category Archives: Southwest

The Navajo and Code Talkers

The Navajo and Code Talkers The Navajo migrated to the American Southwest from points further north somewhere between A. D. 1000-1300. Once settled, the Navajo learned farming and weaving; they later acquired livestock sheep and goats, from the Spanish and … Continue reading

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Cochise

  COCHISE 1812-1874 age 62-left / Geronimo (Goyahkla) 1829-1909 age 80-right Cochise Cochise was a Chiricahua Apache leader, grandson of a renowned warrior known as Cuchillo Negro, or Black Knife, and son-in-law to Mangas Coloradas, a leader of the Mirnbreno … Continue reading

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