By Jack Hawkins
Border Wars - Aztlan Assault is part of the continuing story of Black Jack Hawkins -
|Camp Apache, 1873|
Aerial view of the Fort Apache site, looking east, with canyon of East Fork of White River in foreground,
and the white cone roof of Nohwike'
First Sergeant Chicken, Jesse Palmer, Tea Square, Sgt. Big Chow,
and Corporal C.F. Josh, in front of the adjutant's office at Fort Apache in 1919.
Photo courtesy Lt. H. B. Wharfield, 10th Cavalry, commanding Indian Scouts in 1918-19.
|Captain James A. Shannon of the 11th Cavalry|
|Indian scouts Andrew Paxton, Charley Shipp, and Joe Quintero
with Dr. McCloud at Fort Apache in 1918.
|Oklahoma Military Academy Flying Cadets|
Lt. Charles B. Gatewood and company of Apache scouts at Fort Apache in 1880,
at the end of the Victorio campaign. Sam Bowman, civilian scout, stands behind Gatewood.
(Arizona Pioneer's Historical Society)
|Lieutenant Thomas Cruse, U. S. Army|