Geronimo was a leader of the Bedonkohe Apache. He was an incredible fighter, a fearsome warrior and a remarkably skilled tactician. As such, he became a thorn in the side of first, the Mexican Army and, then, the US Cavalry in the mid to late 19th century. His encounters with the Mexican Army were Manu in his late teens and early twenties, as he raided and stole horses. It was during this time, in his absence, that the Mexicans raided his village, killing his wide, mother and children. Thereafter, the ferocity of his actions against his enemies became legend. 

This sculpture is intended to reflect Geronimo in action, intent on dispatching a foe with a throwing knife. Although most of the photographs available to us were taken in his middle and later life, his statue ad facial likeness here are intended to represent Geronimo in his mid twenties. 


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Weight 25 lbs
Dimensions 9 x 12 x 19 in

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