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eBook Juh: An Incredible Indian (SOUTHWESTERN STUDIES) ePub

by Dan L. Thrapp

  • ISBN: 0874041937
  • Category: Historical
  • Subcategory: Biography
  • Author: Dan L. Thrapp
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Texas Western Pr; Revised, Subsequent edition (January 1992)
  • Pages: 45
  • ePub book: 1993 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
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Juh, a Chiricahua Apache, was born in 1817 and died in 1894. Little is known about his early life. Juh : An Incredible Indian. Book in the Southwestern Studies Series).

Juh, a Chiricahua Apache, was born in 1817 and died in 1894.

Dan Thrapp, the Southwest's greatest Apache historian, sets the record straight in Juh, the first (and only) .

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During his mature life, Juh, a redoubtable Apache and a man with a talent for war, was closely associated with and overshadowed by Geronimo. But Juh was a chief and Geronimo only a war leader; Juh took precedence over his warrior comrade and Geronimo deferred to Juh. That is how history should rank these two redoubtable Apache leaders, but until recently the record has been reversed.Juh's extraordinary record displayed leadership qualities, imagination in battle, awareness of strategy, a grasp of tactics and a singular ability to employ and discipline his followers as effectively as the well-trained soldiers they warred against.In the great operations in which Juh participated, his direction was always markedly his own and could not be mistaken for another's. In the Cushing fight of 1871, in making possible Victorio's exodus from New Mexico in 1880, and in the stunning 1882 release of hundreds of Apaches from Arizona's San Carlos Reservation and leading them through the military-guarded wilderness to their secure retreat in the Sierra Madres of Mexico - in all these actions and others, Juh's genius prevailed.Dan Thrapp, the Southwest's greatest Apache historian, sets the record straight in Juh, the first (and only) full account of this remarkable Apache's shadowy life and career.Originally published by Texas Western Press in 1973, this new edition of Juh: An Incredible Indian contains a new introductory essay by Thrapp and an updated text.

Comments

Gugrel Gugrel
I liked it because it was real. But true to form, there is not much information to write about so it leaves me hungry. It is fascinating that there was someone greater than Geronimo that was not much recognized. Crazy Horse was well known, being one of the
other great chiefs behind Sitting Bull. I had to buy a couple more books to keep the buzz going.
Mave Mave
tremendous