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Geronimo and The Apache Resistance
The American Experience
1988 - 56 minutes

For the first time, the Chiricahua Apaches tell the story of Geronimo, their legendary 19th century leader and of the 25 years of warfare with the U.S. government that ended in peace in the American southwest and the permanent exile of these, the most resistant of all Apaches, to the loss of traditional homelands in Arizona and New Mexico.

Producer/Director: Neil Goodwin
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Stock Footage Subject Matter
  • aerials
  • antelope
  • artifacts
  • cattle
  • cave paintings
  • Chihuahua
  • Chiricahua
  • Cochise
  • deer
  • Florida
  • Fort Apache
  • Fort Bowie
  • Fort Castillo San Marcos
  • Fort Marion
  • Fort Pickens
  • Fort Sill
  • General Crook
  • General Miles
  • Geronimo
  • heron
  • historic locations
  • horses
  • John Clum
  • landscapes
  • Lieutenant Gatewood
  • Mexico
  • mist
  • Naiche
  • New Mexico
  • Oklahoma
  • Pensacola
  • railroad
  • ranch
  • rock art
  • Saint Augustine
  • San Bernardino
  • San Carlos
  • Sierra Madre
  • Sonora
  • southwest
  • sunrises
  • sunsets
  • telegraph