Vail, Edward L.
Wood, Charles Morgan
Edward L. Vail's sketch "Following the Trail of the Apaches" written in 1920.
Vail [Arizona and Southwestern Biographical File] Special Collections
Following the Trail of the Apaches
The sketch "Following the Trail of the Apaches," written by Edward L. Vail. He describes an incident that occurred on June 5, 1886. A band of Apaches attacked Happy Valley ranch and stole some horses. He describes tracking the Apaches for over fifty miles before turning back without the stolen horses.
Owned by UA Special Collections - Unpublished manuscript
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