Light & Verity


“I would like for Geronimo’s skull to be united with his body. Geronimo is my kinsman.”

—Amos Dailey, a Native American from Arizona, quoted in the July 27 New Haven Register. Dailey came to New Haven to pray in front of the Skull and Bones building for several days.

Skull and Bones members claimed in 1918 that they had stolen Geronimo’s skull (see “Whose Skull and Bones?” May/June 2006). Whether the skull is still there, and whether it really was Geronimo’s, are in question.


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