"COWBOYS AND ANGELS"
Geronimo...rominent leader of the Bedonkohe Apache, captures by us army. i Six members of the Yale secret society of Skull and Bones, including Prescott Bush, served as Army volunteers at Fort Sill during World War I. It has been claimed that they stole Geronimo's skull, some bones, and Geronimo's prized silver bridle. items said to be in the organization's Tomb.
UriewiciAs one of the delegates from the Lemhi and Fort Hall agencies who signed the treaty of May 14, 1880, Uriewici, a Shoshone also known as Jack Tendoy, was photographed by Charles M. Bell in Washington, D.C. Ultimately, the Shoshone, Bannock and Lemhi would be moved to the Fort Hall area of Idaho.– Courtesy Smithsonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology –
A restored photograph of Arapaho Warrior, Ta-qua-wi or Sharp Nose. Photo: 1876. Lt. H. R. Lemly, US Army wrote "Sharp Nose is Black Coal's lieutenant, or head soldier, and the finest scout I have encountered on the plains. He derives his name from a physiognomy fact, and not, from acute scent, which, however, he possesses in an astonishing degree. His eyes are as bright and as piercing as an eag1e's. Nothing escapes his vision." Information: Native American Nations website.