Hear Jack Lasseter tell the story of the Chiricahua Apache Wars.
Wednesday, March 20
2 PM only
Hear the story of the Chiricahua Apache Wars from Jack Lasseter, told as only he can tell it. The Apache Wars were a series of conflicts between the US Army and various Apache tribes. The Chiricahua Apaches lived, and continue to live, in southeastern Arizona and New Mexico. Jack recounts the conflict between the Chiricahua Apaches and US soldiers during this bloody and chaotic time in history. Learn more about many notable Chiricahua Apaches including Cochise, his white blood-brother Tom Jeffords, Geronimo, Chato, Chief Loco, Lozen, and many others.
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Image: Library of Congress; reproduction number LC-USZ62-36613
Event Tags: Apache, Apache Wars, Arizona, Chiricahua Apache Wars, cochise, event, Geronimo, history, Indian Wars, New Mexico, presentation, the national parks store, US history