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    Geronimo driving a motor car (Your argument is invalid) c. 1905

    Geronimo’s Daughter Lenna~~Beautiful daughter of Geronimo c.1900. - Lena Geronimo was born in 1886 in Fort Marion, St. Augustine, FL, while her father was a prisoner there. The medical staff gave her the name Marion, after the fort, but she took the name Lenna upon returning to the Southwest. Lenna Geronimo, the daughter of Geronimo and wife Ih-tedda, a Mescalero Apache, was the full sister of Robert Geronimo, Geronimo's only living son. Lenna was Bedonkohe-Mescalero.

    "Geronimo is said to have had magical powers. He could see into the future, walk without creating footprints and even hold off the dawn to protect his own. This Apache Indian warrior and his band of 37 followers defied federal authority for more than 25 years."

    Geronimo. In February 1909, Geronimo was thrown from his horse while riding home, lay in the cold all night before a friend found him. He died of pneumonia on 2/17/1909, as a prisoner of the U.S. at Fort Sill, OK. His last words were reported to be said to his nephew, "I should have never surrendered. I should have fought until I was the last man alive." He was buried at Fort Sill, OK in the Apache Indian Prisoner of War Cemetery.

    Hitler at the presentation of the Beetle. We tend to forget it was his idea to have a "people's car".

    Bonnie and Clyde were ambushed in this car by TX. Ranger Mike Hammer and posse. Clyde was arrested in the beginning and put in the Hill Co. Jail. He dug out with a spoon, vowed never to be taken again. He shot his way out of several attempts at arrest killing several officers. So they were given no warning, no quarter. The Ranger Museum is here in Waco next to Baylor University.

    Stinking Bear. It was taken in 1905 by Edward S. Curtis. Dakota man.

    Geronimo - Chiricahua Apache - 1897

    Cars used to have a bench front seat.

    Indians riding in a Toledo Automobile. The picture was taken in 1905.

    Ralph E. Madsen, the Tall Cowboy. at Capitol in Washington, D.C., Shaking Hands With Senator Morris Sheppard of Texas in 1919. Known simply as "Tex", Ralph E. Madsen, born in 1897, grew to be 7'6" and was considered the tallest man in the United States at that time. He spent most of his life on a ranch in Texas, acquired veterinary skills and was an authority on horses, sheep, cows and pigs. He eventually traveled to every state, Mexico and Canada, always accompanied by his minature horses.

    Two Hangyoku (Young Geisha) sitting in an early Automobile. The car is a Colibri (Hummingbird) manufactured by the Norddeutsche Automobil-Werke between 1908 and 1912.

    Mr Constantini's gas motor boots, 1909


    Geronimo and Nieces


    a huge number of "cowboys" driving herds to the railheads in Kansas were Indians. And some of "Indians" who raided the drives for beef in the the "nations" were runaway slaves and ex-slaves adopted into the tribes in the Oklahoma territory.

    New York City Car Parking in 1930...

    Gas prices in 1970

    September 3rd, 1967, Stockholm, Sweden: The day Sweden changed from driving on the left to driving on the right. Well that looks like a fun day.