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    Large Cabinet Card Photograph by Randall "Peaches," Apache Scout Pursuing Geronimo, ca. 1880s. Apache guide Peaches (Tsoe, Pah-na-yo-tishn), Member of the Canyon Creek band of the Cibecue Apaches. Peaches accompanied his friend Chatto on a devasting southwestern raid in the spring of 1883, but deserted the guerillas in the spring of 1883, and were captured by Britton Davis at San Carlos in April. He was interrogated by Crook and agreed to guide the General into the Sierra Madre, to pursue Geronimo.

    Imperial size cabinet card of "Tzoe ot Peaches Gen. Crook renegade guide," which is written in period ink on obverse. A great image of "Peaches" holding octagon barrel rifle and has holstered revolver, with cartridge belt, and a heavily fringed jacket. Printed in purple ink on verso: "A. F. Randall Wilcox, Arizona Territory. Paper tag verso; Entered according to act of congress in the year 1884, by A. F. Randall, in the office of the librarian of congress at Washington." Measures approximately 6.75" x 10".

    Fine, good contrast, but dark spot middle of image, mount has some light wear

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