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Close-up of the two Apache women warriors Lozen and Dahteste. Lozen sitting upper left, Dahteste next to her, second from the left. The others in this cut-out are unknown, but they are all from a bigger photo of Apaches in front of the train that is taking them away in cattle cars to exile in Florida.

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Lozen was a skilled warrior and a prophet of the Chihenne Chiricahua Apache. She was the sister of Victorio, a prominent chief. Victorio said: "Lozen is my right hand... strong as a man, braver than most, and cunning in strategy. Lozen is a shield to her people. James Kaywaykla remembers: "I saw a magnificent woman on a beautiful horse—Lozen, sister of Victorio. Lozen the woman warrior! She could ride, shoot and fight like a man."

Dahteste et Ahnandia à Fort Sam Houston (1886) - Comme Lozen son amie, Dahteste était une guerrière à laquelle on la comparait et pour laquelle la seule différence était le fait qu'elle était mariée avec Ahnandia, un guerrier de Géronimo dont elle avait des enfants. Lozen est restée célibataire et n’a pas eu d’enfants. - Photographer unidentified - (B/w copy)

Chasi, a Warm Springs Apache musician playing the apache fiddle, a one stringed instrument with a bow, 1886. One of the few stringed instruments used by Native Americans in their music.

DAHTESTE (1860- ? ), guerrière Chiricahua Apache aux côtés de Geronimo, mariée à Ahnandia, amie de Lozen. - Artiste non identifié. - (Original)