TERROR ON THE SANTA FE TRAIL: Kit Carson and the Jicarilla Apache
From 1846 to 1864, Kit Carson was by turns a wary foe of the Jicarilla Apache, a peaceful and understanding neighbor, their Indian agent, a scout against them for the army, their friend, and finally their ally against the Comanche and leader at the First Battle of Adobe Walls. These are the events that brought the Jicarilla to ruin. Illus.
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