Taken from the lips of the old Apache chief by S.M. Barrett, superintendent of education of Lawton, Okla. Officials of the War Department at first objected to the publication of the story because it contained adverse criticisms of various acts of the Government. These objections, however, were finally withdrawn and the active interest of President Roosevelt enlisted in the publication of Geronimo's story. It goes without saying that the old chief has an interesting autobiography, and the work is further important as giving the Indian side of a long and notable controversy with our Government.
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