Born about 1823, probably near what is now Clifton, Arizona. Geronimo member of a small group of Chiricahuas--the Bedonkohes--which were most closely related to the Central Chiricahua group. Geronimo's cousin, Juh, was the leader of the northern Mexico band of Chiricahuas--the so-called Nednhi. As a young man Geronimo often participated in raids into old Mexico. He married while quite young and had three children. In 1850, at Janos, Chihuahua, his mother, wife, and three children were all killed by Mexicans. Geronimo died on 17th February 1909 and he was buried in the Apache Cemetery at Fort Sill.
Geronimo - Goyathlay Apache Native American includes quotes, pictures, , and a song written by Geronimo.
Geronimo - His Own Story biography about the most famous Apache Indian
Geronimo - Assignment Geronimo HistoryNet magazine features an article that discusses Lieutenant Charles Gatewood's pursuit of Geronimo after the last Apache war.
Geronimo - Apache Chief silver print portrait of Goyathlay and short profile of his efforts to resist government removal of his people
Geronimo - History Channel biographical sketch of the Apache chief. Learn about his eventual arrest and periodic appearances at World's Fairs
Geronimo - Powerful People Biography about this Chiricahua Apache Indian. Includes quotes from Geronimo