I don’t want to run over the mountains anymore; I want to make a big treaty…I will keep my word until the stones melt…God made the white man and God made the Apache, and the Apache has just as much right to the country as the white man. I want to make a treaty that will last, so that both can travel over the country and have no trouble.

– Delshay

Tonto Apache. Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: An Indian History of the American West, by Dee Brown. Chapter 9.