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Chief (Famous) LOCO

Beef Creek Cemetery
Comanche County,

Warm Springs Apache
1823 - 1905

Loco was one of the peacemakers among the Apaches. Geronimo once forced Loco to leave the San Carlos Reservation under gunpoint. When Geronimo surrendered, Loco was also taken from the reservation and made a Prisoner of War.


Contributed on 3/18/14 by tomtodd
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Record #: 31303

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Submitted: 3/18/14 • Approved: 3/19/14 • Last Updated: 4/13/18 • R31303-G0-S3

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