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The Washington Evening Star

September 28, 1876, page 1.

Apaches Going to the Centennial

Indian Agent Clum, of Arizona, has arrived here with a delegation of twenty-two Apache Indians, which he proposes to take to the Centennial. Three years ago these Indians, who are a part of Cochise's band, were exceedingly hostile, but now they are partially civilized. One of them, Taga [Taza], a son of Cochise, died Tuesday with pneumonia, and was buried yesterday in the Congressional Cemetery.

Apaches Going to the Centennial, The Washington Evening Star, Vol. 48, No. 7,334, Thursday, September 28, 1876, Page 1.(PDF)

Congressional Cemetery Surname Obituary List: T, Page 52.(PDF)