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Geronimo's Gift

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Native American Pipes16 of 231880s SIOUX / CHEYENNE PIPENative American Snake Skin covered Animal Figural Pipe
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Posted 6 years ago


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A pipe given to my great granddaddy George Gipson Gentry Waddill by the old Native American Indian Chief Geronimo around 1886 in Schulenburg, Texas. "Gip" Waddill or "3G" fought for the South in the Civil War and was assigned to the New Mexico area where he met and befriended the old Chief. When Geronimo finally surrendered to the Union they stayed overnight in Schulenburg and great granddad Waddill shared his tobacco with him and his men. When they parted the old chief gave him his pipe. It's been in my family over a hundred years.

L. K. Waddill ~ Mason, Texas


  1. toolate2 toolate2, 5 years ago
    Great story! What kind of wood is it?

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