The formidable Chiricahua Cochise is believed to have been born about 1805, and his father may have been an earlier Apache warrior called by the Mexicans "Pisago Cabez—n." t is also possible that his father may have been "Reyes." There is no certainty in this regard. Reyes was killed by the American scalp hunter James "Don Santiago" Kirker near Galeana, Chihuahua, in July 1846.
Cochise - Bascom Affair account of the Bascom affair that inspired Apache leader Chochise's rebellion.
Cochise - Biography Profile of the Apache leader who maintained a peaceful relationship with the whites until falsely accused of a crime.
Cochise - Chiricahua Apache Revolt Apache revolt lead by Cochise in 1861 and a history of his life. Also includes profiles of Chief Mangas Coloradas and Geronimo
Cochise - Chiricahua Chief life and history of this Apache Chief in 1872. Written by Edwin R. Sweeney
Cochise - Chiricahua Memories Tucson Weekly Article on the contemporary ancestors of Cochise's warriors visiting the site of the Chief's last stand.
Cochise - First American Forefathers Apache leader who held the U.S. army at bay in the 19th century
Cochise - Hardwood Quotes from this Apache resistance fighter. Includes a brief biography and a picture of his son Naiche.
Cochise - His Son Naiche biography of Naiche, the son second son of Cochise, who is said to bear a strong resemblance of his father. Includes his picture
Cochise - Native American Leader iography about this Native American rebel. Learn how his resistance to the US Army lead to a new reservation on Apache homeland.
Cochise - Painting of Cochise Uncovered discovery of a painting believed to be in the likeness of the famous, and never photographed, Apache warrior Cochise.
Cochise - Powerful People biography about this rebellious Apache Chief Includes pictures.
Cochise - Powersource Art & Education Center profile of the Apache Chief and supplies a photograph of his youngest son, Naiche.
Cochise - Quotes quotes by the Apache chief whose name is translated as "hardwood." Includes a description of his physical appearance.