Taza ~ Apache

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Taza was the son of Chiricahua Apache leader Cochise. He died September 26, 1876, after only about two years as chief. He is buried in Congressional Cemetery Washington D.C.
The 1954 film Taza, Son of Cochise was directed by Douglas Sirk and stars Rock Hudson as Taza.

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