THE BLACK LEGEND: George Bascom, Cochise, and the Start of the Apache Wars
When the army left Arizona to fight in the Civil War, Cochise undertook something new to the Apache: a war to control his homeland. This examination provides a new analysis of the behavior of Lieutenant George Bascom and the Apache leader Cochise, putting it in the larger context of the Indian Wars that followed the American Civil War. Illus.
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