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February 6, 2002

The Warpath of Geronimo: raids that were successful

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Source: As told by Geronimo, Public Domain Documents

In the summer of 1862 I took eight men and invaded Mexican territory. We went south on the west side of the Sierra Madre Mountains for five days; then in the night crossed over to the southern part of the Sierra de Sahuaripa range.

Here we again camped to watch for pack trains. About ten o’clock next morning four drivers, mounted, came past our camp with a pack-mule train.

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