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He grew up to become a respected medicine man and, later in life, an accomplished warrior who fought frequently and bravely against Mexican troops. While Geronimo said he was never a chief, he was a military leader. As a Chiricahua Apache, this meant he was also a spiritual leader. At the end of his military career, he led a small band of 38 men, women and children. They evaded five thousand American troops and many units of the Mexican army for a year. His band was one of the last major forces of independent Indian warriors who refused to acknowledge the United States government in the American West.
In , Geronimo agreed to tell his story to S. Barrett, superintendent of education in Lawton, Oklahoma. Geronimo came to each interview knowing exactly what he wanted to say. He refused to answer questions or alter his narrative. Turner notes the book is in the style of an Apache reciting part of their rich oral history. As to the future state, the teachings of our tribe were not specific, that is, we had no definite idea of our relations and surroundings in after life. Our Planet. Earth Optimism Summit. Ingenuity Ingenuity Festival. The Innovative Spirit. Travel Taiwan.
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