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Jeffrey Duncan History- U.S. Southwest Professor Funk April 4 th , 2008 Geronimo and Andele There were many wars and conflicts between races, tribes, and countrymen through out the Southwest’s history. Some of the most famous of these were the altercations between Native American’s and the “Civilized” society. The fact that these two groups of people’s beliefs were so different and that resources were so scarce led to unrest within the Southwest. The stories of Andele and Geronimo are perfect examples of how these to groups interacted. Both Andele and Geronimo experienced great misdeeds done to themselves and their people. Geronimo was in town acquiring goods for the tribe, when a group of Mexican Calvary stormed his Apache camp and killed his mother, wife, and three young children. He was in awe of the cruelties committed by the Mexicans and concluded that they were a merciless race. Geronimo then vowed vengeance on all Mexicans. Geronimo also states that when they keep captives they never tie them up or but them in chains,
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course HIST 2227 taught by Professor Funk,prof. during the Spring '08 term at Colorado.

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