I am seeking information about Mexican Army Operations against Apaches and other Native American militant tribes (such as the Apaches, Comanches, Yaquis, etc) in the northern part of the country. If anyone can go into details of this aspect of the North American Indian wars, please share. The only current source that I know of is Geronimo's autobiography, which describes battles with the Mexican Army that seem to be on the same scale of some of the battles that happened on the Northern Plains. There must be documentation of these campaigns (in Spanish) in Mexican military references.
David Weber in The Mexican Frontier (1982) suggested that the best English-language source on the Mexican conflict with northern tribes is a 1963-1972 series of articles by Ralph A. Smith in the journals Hispanic American Historical Review, Arizona and the West, and Arizoniana. For a Spanish-language source Weber liked Carlos J. Sierra's book Los indios de la frontera (1980).