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Terror on the Santa Fe Trail
Thursday, October 10
12:00pm @ Studio 128

Governor Meriwether predicted a war caused by the policies of his predecessor. But it didn´t come. Then Lieutenant Davidson attacked a peaceful camp of Apaches. They defended themselves with 100 warriors to his 60 dragoons. Twenty-two dragoons died and the rest were wounded while the Jicarilla suffered only 3 casualties. The governor had his war which was officially declared. Davidson became a hero and after almost two years of pursuing and killing Apaches, the governor made almost the same peace treaty as his predecessor. Through it all Kit Carson was enemy, neighbor, friend, scout, and their Indian agent.
Speaker: Doug Hocking
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Naiche: Last Hereditary Chief of the Chiricahua Apaches
Thursday, November 14
12:00pm @ Studio 128

Born around 1856, Naiche, son of the famous Cochise, had the position of chief thrust upon him after the untimely death of bis older brother Taza. Initially he lived at peace with the white men until he broke from the reservation in September 1881, aligning himself with Geronimo. Ultimately a tragic figure, Naiche had to bear the humility of being the chief who surrendered his people to the US Army.
Speaker: Bill Cavaliere
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