5 edition of Making peace with Cochise found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -169) and index.
|Statement||edited by Edwin R. Sweeney ; foreword by Frank J. Sladen, Jr.|
|Contributions||Sweeney, Edwin R. 1950-|
|LC Classifications||E99.C68 S65 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 179 p. :|
|Number of Pages||179|
|LC Control Number||97014203|
The majority of Hocking’s research is centered around Cochise’s relationship with Indian Agent Tom Jeffords and is the subject of his recent book, “Tom Jeffords, Friend of Cochise.” Jeffords was known as being the only white man trusted by Cochise, and an advocate for the Chiricahua Apache, said Hocking. Travelogue: Battle of Apache Pass In September I attended the 34th Annual Order of the Indian Wars Assembly in Tucson—“On the Trail of Geronimo"—for a few days of talks and tours. Some of this country's top authorities on the Apache were in attendance, including Ed Sweeney, who has authored biographies of both Cochise and Mangas Coloradas.
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Making Peace with Cochise: The Journal of Captain Joseph Alton Sladen (Editor) 23 copies; Mangas Coloradas: Chief of the Chiricahua Apaches 22 copies; Great Apache Chiefs: Cochise and Geronimo 22 copies; From Cochise to Geronimo: The Chiricahua Apaches, – 20 copies; Cochise: firsthand accounts of the Chiricahua Apache chief 5 copies. geronimo by debo pgs inc index book has library stamps on spine and inside front cover,pgs slightly soiled on edges #2-cochise by,chiricahua apace chief by edwin r. sweeney, paperback, oklahoma press, , same content as in above book #3- making peace with cochise,the journal of captain joseph alton sladenSeller Rating: % positive.
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Start by marking “Making Peace with Cochise: The Journal of Captain Joseph Alton Sladen” as Want to Read: Want to Read. saving. Want to Read/5(6). InCochise wanted to come in and live in peace. But Americans allowed him 'no rest, no peace'. In Augusthe was sick with a wound and illness and now over 60 Years by: Making Peace With Cochise: The Journal of Captain Joseph Alton Sladen, edited by Edwin R.
Sweeny, University of Oklahoma Press, Norman,$ On July 5,Special Orders No. directed Brig. Gen. Oliver O. Howard and 1st Lt. Joseph A. Sladen, Howard’s aide-de-camp, to Arizona Territory to convince Chiricahua Apache Chief Cochise to end a bloody conflict that had lasted 12 : Historynet Staff.
Enriched by Edwin R. Sweeney's introduction, epilogue, and lively notes, Making Peace with Cochise is both a tribute to the legendary chief and his people and a remembrance of two courageous officers who helped change the course of Apache-American relations.
Also in This Series. "It was at once a highly sophisticated, brutal and deceptive policy of divide and conquer, of peace by purchase, of studied debilitation of those who accepted peace and of extermination of those who rejected it," writes Max L.
Moorhead.4/4(1). Making Peace with Cochise Diary – 30 July by Edwin R. Sweeney (Author) out of 5 stars 3 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Diary "Please retry" $ $ /5(3).
Making Peace with Cochise: The Journal of Captain Joseph Alton Sladen Hardcover – 1 Oct. by Joseph Alton Sladen (Author), Edwin R. Sweeney (Editor), Frank J. Sladen Jr (Foreword) & /5(7). in making peace with every tribe that was on the war path except one; that one was the Apache tribe of the notorious chieftain cochise” (Howard –).
consequently, one of the most notable events relating to this period was the peace treaty consummated between cochise and. Buy Making Peace with Cochise by Edwin R. Sweeney (editor) & Frank J. Sladen (Foreword by) (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(3). Cochise evaded capture and continued his raids against white settlements and travelers until InGeneral Oliver O. Howard was ordered to find Cochise, and inHoward was accompanied by his aide 1st Lt Joseph Alton Sladen and Captain Samuel S.
Sumner, and they came to Arizona to negotiate a peace treaty with :Chiricahua country, under Spanish occupation. Making Peace With Cochise: The Journal of Captain Joseph Alton Sladen by Joseph Alton Sladen.
University of Oklahoma Press. Used - Good. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. The name could also have been Ohio, Chio, or Ohie; Sladen, Making Peace, 5.
Ibid., Sladen, Making Peace, 28; this is a translation. Sladen notes that Cochise could speak Spanish, but was perhaps uncomfortable with his fluency. Cochise would speak Apache to his interpreter, who would then repeat the chief’s words in Spanish.
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Want to Read/5. Cochise, chief of the Chokonen band of the Chiricahua Apaches, statement made during peace talks with General Gordon Granger, From Peter Nabokov’s book Native American Testimony.
The photo taken by Alice Rollins Crane inin the company of Tom Jeffords, while on a camping expedition to "Apacheland". A notation on the reverse, in Crane's hand, calls this the "big rock on which peace was made." The photo came to light during Edwin R. Sweeney's research for his book "Making Peace with Cochise".
While visiting with. In his journal, Making Peace With Cochise (edited by Edwin R. Sweeny), Captain Joseph Alton Sladen said that Cochise “was a remarkably fine looking man fully six feet tall, as straight as an arrow, and well proportioned, the typical Indian face, rather long, high cheek bones, clear keen eye, and a roman nose.
His cheeks were slightly painted. For more information on Cochise Stronghold or the Coronado National Forest please call the Douglas Ranger District Office: () Books to read.
Making Peace with Cochise, by Edwin Sweeney; An Apache Life-way, by Morris Opler; I Fought with Geronimo, by Jason Betzinez; Geronimo, by Angie Debo; Indeh, by Eve Ball; Cochise, by Ed Sweeney. Making Peace with Cochise: The Journal of “Cochise” was a name that struck terror in hearts across the Southwest.
Yet in the autumn ofBrigadier General Oliver O. Howard and his aid-de-camp, Lieutenant Joseph Alton Sladen, entered Brand: University of Oklahoma Press. Brokering peace with Apache Chief Cochise Thomas Jefferson "Tom" Jeffords (January 1, – Febru )  was a United States Army scout, Indian agent, prospector, and superintendent of overland mail in the Arizona tion: US Army Scout, Indian agent, prospector.Ed Sweeney, who wrote the well-received book "Cochise" and also "Making Peace with Cochise" relaxes during a visit to the council location on a hot day.
This simple flake knife was found not far from this carin, among lechugilla, suggesting that it was used to harvest these plants. This is.It is my opinion that the book that came of this, "Making Peace With Cochise" by Edwin R.
Sweeney, is perhaps one of the most important volumes ever written about America's west.