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Victorio travels with Nana and Geronimo.
Victorio forms the group of Eastern Chrircahua & Mescaleros & settles them to Fort Craig.
Victorio was born in 1825 in the Black Range (of New Mexico) and became a member of the Eastern Chiricahua Apaches.
Victorio settles his "band" in the San Carlos Reservation
Victorio leads his army off the reservation.
With Nana and Geronimo, Victorio had rode on raids to Northern Mexico in 1850. Then in 1862 he joined the Mangas Coloradas.
The Mangas died and Victorio became a tribal leader and formed a group of Eastern Chiricahua and Mescaleros which ended up being about 300 people. In 1869, the group moved and settled at Fort Craig in New Mexico to wait for a new reservation nearby.
The government removed Victorio and his band to the San Carlos Reservation that was in Arizona. Victorio had to leave behind half-ripe crops and his raiding had slowed down.
Victorio had then led hundreds of Apaches off of the reservation and towards Mexico. He began to raid again, for 3 years, and radied in New Mexico, Mexico, and Texas. He was then encountered by United States Cavalry/troopers where they had made campaigns against Victorio. Victorio camped in many cites in Texas, and once news of Victorio heading to the Rio Grande reached out to the U.S. Cavalry General, Col. Grierson, troops had been sent to get Victorio.
There had been many searches and attacks on Victorio later in 1880. Then, on October 15, 1880, a group known as the Terrazas tracked and found the Apaches to a mountain range called Tres Castillas, inside Mexico. The Terrazas then surrounded and attacked Victorio and his Indians/Army. Victorio was 1 out of the many found dead after the battle.
Victorio and many of his army are found dead after an ugly battle.
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