In 1861-1863, following the start of the American Civil War, there were a series of Apache uprisings under Mangas Coloradas (c.1793 - 18th January, 1863), an Apache chief, and his son-in-law Cochise (c. 1805 - 8th June, 1874) as they sought to drive all Americans out of Apache territory.
Apache uprisings in the south-west of the USA (46 words)
Historical Context Note
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