1) Has a tactical reconstruction / study of the battle been undertaken?
2) Can one visit the location (if it has been located), or has it been developed or sold as private land?
3) What other sources describe this engagement (English or Spanish)?
From the article link, it appears as if this was a fairly large scale battle, atleast as what was typical in the southwest.
This event also leads to another question. To what extent did the Mexican military officially chronicle their campaigns against the Apaches? From reading Geronimo's autobiography and other references, it appears as if the larger clashes took place against the Mexicans. Yet 99% of the history I have seen only focuses on the campaigns of the US Cavalry. At best, Mexican engagements are given a sentence or two. So, are there any Spanish studies covering the Apache wars on the Mexican side of the border?