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Fight at Hueco Tanks by Chris Scott Wilson

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Uploaded on Aug 11, 2011

The Apaches hated and feared Jim Tanner. They called him El Cazador, The Hunter, because he always returned them to the reservation. Dead or alive. Before the Americanos, the white men, had come to claim all the wild country, the Apaches had roamed free, riding wherever the game ran. But the West was changing. The Americanos had corralled the Indian Nations one by one, promising peace for eternity on the lands granted to them, and also agency beef when the hunting was poor. But when promises were broken, the Apaches grew angry. Chato, a would-be war chief, was wise enough to know if they did not make a stand, their way of life would be eroded, broken promise by broken promise until the Apaches were no more. He came to believe he had been chosen by the Great Spirit to lead his people to freedom. Gathering a small band of young braves, he broke out of the San Carlos reservation. Indian scout Jim Tanner was sent to hunt Chato down. Dispatched too was a cavalry column under the command of Lieutenant Hardcastle, a young West Point glory hunter who saw the breakout as a chance to win quick promotion. After raiding ranches across Texas and burning out an overland stagecoach relay station, it was at Hueco Tanks where the Apaches had held councils and watered their horses for centuries that Chato's band of renegades came face to face with Jim Tanner.

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