Cochise’s patriotism was to the Apache Nation. They lived in an area that is now partly the northe...
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...n). If that is true, then Cochise still owns the land that rightfully belongs to the Chiricahua Apaches because he died on the reservation that his brave speech won for his remaining people and is buried in an unknown location somewhere on it, so he truly does own that land. Cochise’s patriotism won the land for him.
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