A BAD PEACE AND A GOOD WAR  Spain and the mescalero Apache Uorising of 1795-1799

by Mark Santiago


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Most scholars describe the decades after 1790  as a period of relative peace between the occupying Spaniards and the Apaches. The author dispels that notion stating that the Mescalero Apache attacks beginning in 1795 were a sustained widespread and bloody conflict. Commandant General Pedro de Nava led a coordinated attack to contain Apache aggression. Santiago examines the antecedents, tactics, and consequences of the fighting. 6 x 9 size.


Product Details

Hardcover 248 pages
Publisher University of Oklahoma Press; (NOrman)
Published 2018
Condition New


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