a member of an Apache tribe that originally inhabited northern Mexico and the southwestern United States east of the Rio Grande, intermarried with the Chiricahua and Lipan, and that is presently located in New Mexico.
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How to use Mescalero in a sentence
They was going single file, mighty quiet, Mister Mescalero-man in the lead.Stepsons of Light | Eugene Manlove Rhodes
I had a long talk with Adam the night before, about a lost gold mine at Mescalero.Stepsons of Light | Eugene Manlove Rhodes
This seemed a reasonable question, remembering how boldly he had faced them that time at the head of the Mescalero valley.The Trail of The Badger | Sidford F. Hamp
Drew hands up his thighs and body and pointed to himself (Mescalero Indian).
Some cavalry came here under an aged officer of high rank, but of inferior intelligence, to capture the Mescalero Indians.