This page has several videos for you watch about the life and death of Geronimo, as well as contemporary concerns about the repatriation of his remains.
Justice for Geronimo
Uploaded on Feb 17, 2009 On Feb. 17, 2009, a press conference was held in Washington, D.C., at the National Press Club. It featured Harlyn Geronimo, the great grandson of the legendary Apache warrior--Geronimo. Harlyn, along with 19 other blood descendants of the "defender of the Apache homeland," have today filed a lawsuit against the federal government. They seek to have Geronimo's body, now buried at Fort Sill, Oklahoma, returned to the ancient burial grounds of the Apaches. They are also pursuing a claim that in 1918, a group of Yale students, who belonged to a secret cult, the "Order of Skull and Bones," reportedly, invaded Geronimo's grave at Fort Sill, and" stole his skull." According to the press release for the event, one Prescott [Sheldon] Bush, the grandfather of ex-President George W. Bush, was part of the clique participating in the alleged "theft of the skull." Former U.S. Attorney General Ramsey Clark is representing the descendants of Geronimo in the lawsuit. The "Order of the Skull and Bones" and Yale U. are also named as defendants in the litigation. Geronimo died on Feb. 17, 1909, one hundred years ago.
Geronimo's Grave Site
Uploaded on Jul 8, 2010 Geronimo, the great Apache Medicine Man, is buried in the Apache Cemetery at Fort Sill, Oklahoma. This footage was taken in 2003. This is the site that is referenced by the above video, where Geronimo's great grandson makes the request on behalf of the Apache tribe to move his remains back to their ancestral lands to give him a proper burial.