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At Fort Apache, an honorable and veteran war captain finds conflict when his regime is placed under the command of a young, glory hungry lieutenant colonel with no respect for the local Indian tribe.

In 1854, Mississippi riverboat honest card gambler Mark Fallon wins young Laurent Dureau's diamond necklace family heirloom which, in the end, will bring him happiness and tragedy alike.

The term Apache dates from the year 1601 when Onate used the term Apachu to refer to the people occupying the Southern Plains. The name was later changed by the Spanish to “Apache,” but the name was not universally used until the nineteenth century. Prior to that time, both they and others used distinct names for their various groups. Manuel Merino in 1804 wrote:


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