The North American Apache tribes were remarkably successful, beating opponents who were wealthier and better armed. Uncover clues that may explain how they were eventually overpowered.
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In 1846, the U.S. and Mexico battled in Southern Texas, but the events of the battle remain unclear. Archaeologists, forensic scientists, and historians join forces to find out what really happened.
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Scientists and historians explore the little-known story of American-Indian involvement in the Revolutionary War and discover what made the battle at Oriskany so deadly.
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