Paperback $18.95

Osprey Publishing | Jul 22, 2014 | 64 Pages | 7-1/4 x 9-3/4 | ISBN 9781472803528

  • Paperback$18.95

    Osprey Publishing | Jul 22, 2014 | 64 Pages | 7-1/4 x 9-3/4 | ISBN 9781472803528

  • Ebook$14.95

    Osprey Publishing | Jul 22, 2014 | ISBN 9781472803542

Praise

“This 64-page paperback concisely outlines how their upbringing, training and culture uniquely equipped them for survival in the harsh environment of Arizona and New Mexico. The text is illuminated by photos, maps, illustrations and marvelous color plates by Adam Hook showing Apaches’ appearance, weapons, equipment and tactics. This book delivers insights into why the Apaches’ abilities and endurance enabled them to keep fighting their American and Mexican adversaries long after many other North American tribes had been subdued.” –Toy Soldier & Model Figure

“…focuses on the Chiricahua Apache, lead by Geronimo and others, and looks to prove a military history of the Apaches free of the usual embellishments and myths. This group proved the most feared opponents of the US Army in the Southwest United States: their upbringing and training are covered in a powerful survey paired with photos and color artwork throughout, recommended for military history and Native American collections alike.” – James A. Cox, Midwest Book Review (October 2014)

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