Publication: General Printing Office, 1887, Washington
First edition. 8vo. Senate Ex. Doc. No. 117, 49TH Congress, 2d Session. Quarter leather and cloth, 77 pp. This important document details three main parts: Part I refers to the surrender of Geronimo, and contains the correspondence on the subject received by General Miles, and instructions given to and correspondence he had received. Part II consists of extracts from the annual reports of the commanding general of the Pacific, department of Arizona, and Captain H. W. Lawton, 4th Cavalry. All with reference to the surrender of Geronimo and his band of Chiricahua Apaches. Part III contains telegraph and other correspondence in regards to the disposition of the Warm Spring and other Chiricahua Apaches located on their reservation near Fort Apache and those under Chief Chatto, brought East by Captain Dorst, 4th Cavalry. Also much commentary in regard to the capture of Chief Mangus and his party, and their final disposition. Fine copy disbound and laid into cloth clamshell case with a leather label on the front cover and titles stamped in gold gilt on the front cover.
Inventory Number: 46915