It shows that Eskiminzin was again and again treated unfair, together with his people, and though he was able to live succesful later at his own farm and support his family, the greed and gossip of the white man made his life a tragic one, especially toward the end of his life, when they sent him even to prison. One year after his release he died, a broken man as it was said. He was a good leader to his people and a man of honor as it looks to me, trying to life in peace with the white eyes, but living a self supportet life in dignity. It is written that he lived much the ways of the white man on his farm, though I think he remained Apache / Nde in his heart and might have practiced Apache ways still, even when his live appeared like a white man´s to the white eyes around him. A man to respect and honor.