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Victorio did many raids into northern Mexico during the 1850's, and slowly rose as an Apache War Chief.
Victorio settled his tribe of 300 near Fort Craig, New Mexico. He did very few raids up until April 20, 1877.
On April 20, 1877, the U.S. government ordered Victorio and his followers to the San Carlos Reservation in Arizona.
Victorio tried to argue, saying that his crops were only half ripe, but ended up on the reservation.
Another Apache leader named Poinsenay told Victoirion about his success on raiding from Mexico. Victorio then led hundreds of his people to Mexico.
On October 15, 1880 Col. Joaquín Terrazas led volunteers to surround Victorio and his people. Only women and children survived.
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