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"Yours to help the oppressed. A. Franklin Randall. 1888." [Colorized portrait of A. Franklin Randall with shotgun and pioneer clothing]
Caption within photograph: "Nachez" or "Noi-chi-ri", son of Cochise, and wife. Chief of Chiricahua Apaches.
Randall's caption: Natches, new chief of the Chiricahua Apaches. Son of Old Cochise. Sent to Shonda in 1886.
Geronimo. Head war chief of the Chiricahua Apaches. Surrendered in 1886 and sent to Florida. The most noted renegade of the day. Campaign of 1883 and 1886.
Chatto. Chiricahua Apache. Chief of the band that killed Judge and Mrs. Comas in 1883 and took little Charley prisoner.
Chief Chihuahua, Chiricahua Apache. Sent to Florida spring of 1886 by Genl. Crook
Berrito & Dutche. Chief Berrito was with Chatto in their raids in 1883 in Arizona, N.M. and old Mex. Returned with General Crook to the reservation and his band now are farming.
Ramon's camp. He is Geronimo's Medicine Man.
Captain Crawford's orderly [Indian man leading a horse]
San Carlos Apaches working on their ditch
Photo caption: Apache scouts.
Randall's caption: Cayalero Apaches from Nanas band
Mojave Runners [Two Mojave Indian men with beaded neck chokers]
3 Graces from the Mojave Apaches [Three Mojave girls]
"Nal-tzuc-ei-oh". Apache squaw. Spy in Chiricahua Campaign
Charley, Apache fiddler [Apache man sitting with an Apache fiddle]
Chiricahua Apache Prince [Apache man with disk-jewelry, quiver, and shoulder blanket]
Caption within photograph: Apache boy and maiden.
Randall's caption: White Mountain Apache Squaw
Caption within photograph: "Ze-le" and wife, "Tzes-tone" [Faded caption] Apache Chief Randall's caption: Zeli and Squaw. Chief of the Chiricahua. Apaches
Loco. Ex-medicine man of the Chiricahua Apaches
Fort Apache, Arizona. Jan. '84
Chiricahua Bronco Squaws [Two girls with baskets and beaded jewelry]
White Mont. [Mountain] Apache camp
Augustine. Head Chief Jicarilla Apaches
Mescalero Squaw and papoose
Mojave Apache Chief [Possibly "Victorio" according to visiting scholar, March 2007]
Carjetero Apache squaws from Chief Sauches band [Young woman and girl with cape and wrap]
Joseffa Ircarilla, Apache belle
Frank Bennett. Chief of scouts in New Mexico. Victorio Campaign 1882.
Domingo [illegible word] renegade Mescalero Apaches
Mescalero Apache Squaw and Children
"Peaches" [Penaltish or Tzoch] and Scouts in employ of U.S.A.
Apache cherubs [Two Apache infants in papooses]
Tonto Apaches [Man in feathered headdress and woman holding basket]
White Mountain Apaches and Papoosi
"Got-ha", Warm Spring Apache. Grandfather of his tribe.
San Carlos Apaches [Two Apache men with basket hats]
San Juan, Head Chief of the Mescalero Apaches in New Mex.
Mautzili, War Chief of Mescalero Apaches in New Mex.
Old Mescalero Apache Squaw
Little Old Boy, Mescalero Apache Dwarf
Forty Horse, Apache Squaw, and sister. 40 horses is the Father's price for her
Apache boy and dove. Chiricahua
Apache boy painted for a play fight. S.C. [Possibly San Carlos?]
Corcara San Carlos Apache. A friend to the author
Coley, a good Indian Scout. San Carlos tribe S.C. [Possibly San Carlos?]
Tonto Apache Squaw Cradle [Apache woman with infant in a back papoose]
"Na-buash-i-ta". Medicine Man of the White Mountain Apache
Mescalero Apache Squaw and Children
Lance[?] warrior Jicarilla Apache
Apache bride and captive. In Cuyalino tribe
Romeo and Juliet. Jicarilla Apaches. [Possibly Augustine (22) and his wife Joseffa (26)]
Jose [illegible word] renegade in 1883
Apache mother and child [Apache woman holding infant in a papoose]
Mescalero Apache. Apache Curios
Har-li-mier. Mojave medicine man
San Carlos Apache belle. Chappas Squaw
Comanche John's squaw
Chiricahua Apache bronco boy
Papoosi U.S. Scout
Gorgonia, Mescalero Medicine Man. Apache convert
Pabla, Chief of Jicarilla Apaches
Apache Mothers. Fort Apache, 1884 [Two Apache women with infants in papooses]
Commanche John, son of old Chief Blues Knife [i.e. Comanche]
San Carlos Apache with skull smasher
Yuma Apache flutist
San Carlos Warrior Scout. 1887
Natches and Geronimo after their surrender in '86 at Fort Bowie, AZ
In the field after Geronimo. 1886. Lt. [Leonard] Wood, A.A.S.[?]; Lt. [Roger] Ames; Lt. [Wilbur E.] Wilder; Capt. [Henry W.] Lawton; Brig. Gen. [Nelson A.] Miles; Capt. [William A.] Thompson; Major [Amos S.] Kimball [A.Agm?] ; Lt. [John A.] Dapray; Lt. [Thomas J.] Clay.
Polly, Mojave Apache Squaw
Jicarilla Apache fox tamer
Apache sweat house. San Carlos
Apache camp scene
Fort Huachuca AZ. Bird's eye view
San Carlos Ind[ian] Agency. AZ
Mojave Apache dude
Jicarilla Apache Belle [Side portrait of Apache woman holding a basket]
Nusen and Squaw. San Carlos Apaches
Mescalero Apaches. N.M. [Apache woman and daughter wearing beaded necklaces and Western dresses]
Buffalo Jack. Scout in New Mexico
Arizona female scout, ‘86
San Carlos Apache scouts camp
Meat House on ration day. San Carlos, AZ
Cayalero[?] Apaches and ditch. San Carlos ‘86
Chief Antonio's band and ditch. San Carlos ‘86
Nautzili, war chief. Mescalero Apaches
Giant Cactus [Two men studying a giant cactus]
Cactus Boquet [sic]—Arizona
Yucca palm and cactus
Old Mission Santa Barbara
Old monk. Santa Barbara [Monk standing on bridge over pond at Mission Santa Barbara]
Chapel Camulos [Rancho Camulos]
Old Mission Bells. Santa Barbara
Señora, Phillipi, Ramona, and Allisandro [Re-enactment of a scene from Helen Hunt Jackson's novel Ramona at Rancho Camulos]
Interior chapel, Camulos [Rancho Camulos]
Father Salvierderra [A character portrayal from the novel Ramona at Rancho Camulos]
Old Mission Santa Barbara [View of bell tower between trees and cactus]
Old Bells, Camulus [sic] [Rancho Camulos]
Margaritta [Girl carrying water pot, possibly at Rancho Camulos]
Spanish group on east porch [Possibly at Rancho Camulos]
Alessandro at so[uth] gate [Re-enactment of the novel Ramona at Rancho Camulos]
Ramona on the south porch [Re-enactment of the novel Ramona at Rancho Camulos]
Escape of Ramona [Re-enactment of the novel Ramona at Rancho Camulos]
The prospector's friend. Arizona [Donkey laden with prospecting supplies]
Hotel de Vandevere[?]. Fort Huachuca. AZ
The Spanish salute [One of the dancers is Antonio Coronel. Possibly at Rancho Camulos]
"La danca" National [Dancers are Antonio Coronel and Mrs. Brandt. Possibly at Rancho Camulos]
Spanish National dance. Cal. [The dancer on the left is Mrs. Brandt and the middle dancer is Antonio Coronel. Possibly at Rancho Camulos]
The corn grinder. Spanish. [Woman grinding corn, possibly at Rancho Camulos]
West front San Juan Mission [Ruins of corridors of Mission San Juan Capistrano]
Old tile roof, San Juan [Mission San Juan Capistrano]
Inside corridors San Juan Mission [Man standing against corridor pillar at Mission San Juan Capistrano]
Old bells, San Juan [Capistrano] Mission
The hermit's cabin on this Tujunga [Old man and his small house]
From Vasques [sic] Stronghold on the Tujunga. Cal. [View of stream]
Looking down the Tujunga from Vasques [sic] Stronghold
"Having good time, don't you think?" [Girl and dog on cart drawn by burro]
A corner at San Diego, Cal. [Men sitting on dock next to ship]
Residence of American Consul. Guaymas, Mex.
East side of Plaza Guaymas Mex.
Plaza Guaymas, Mex.
Fishermen. Guaymas harbor
Bird's eye view Guaymas, Mex.
Plaza de Armas y Palacio [Mexico]
Alisandro + Ramona at the window after the morning chant. "Beautiful Queen Princess of Heaven." [Re-enactment of the novel Ramona at Rancho Camulos] [This photograph was originally pasted on the inside of the album's back cover.]