Renegade period of the Apache Wars
|Part of the Apache Wars, American Indian Wars|
Renegade Apaches, by Henry F. Farny.
| United States
|Commanders and leaders|
| George Crook
Nelson A. Miles
The Renegade period of the Apache Wars refers to the conflicts between the United States and Mexico and the Apache people who left the reservation system between 1879 and 1886, and renegade Apaches who lived in northern Mexico into the 1920s.
The last Apache raid into the United States occurred as late as 1924 when a band of natives stole some horses from Arizona settlers. This is considered to be the very end of the American Indian Wars. 
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