Geronimo was a freedom fighter. his land was infringed upon and he fought to save it and his people. he lost.
So if Geronimo was a freedom fighter, who were the real terrorists if not the Pilgrims, Portugeuse and Spaniards?
History showed the Pilgrims as peace loving, but that's not true. they learned all they could from the Native Americans but turned around and
double crossed them. this is why the Natives became what is known as 'headhunters'. they vowed to chop off the heads or scalp all men who tried to overthrow them and thheir land. and they were doing a good job until the slaves were forced to help the Pilgrims fight against them.
No no no.
The 'Indians' were descendants of the Phoenicians, who were driven out of the straights of Gibraltar by the Carthaginians with the help of Spanish primitives, into the big wind that blew them to the shores of there new home... Boston.
When the pilgrims showed up 2,800 years later they, at first, felt a great kinship with these newcomers, as they had had common cause against the blameworthy Spaniards. This didn't last however, as the 'Indians' came to understand that one of the Gods of These pilgrims was in fact 'Job Way' the god of their former slaves and that the Pilgrims other, and in fact more important, 'God' was one of these slaves himself. Thus they believed that the Pilgrims were the slaves of their slaves whom had been particularly offensive to them throughout their lore due to common human causes. This put a real damper on the brotherly feelings they had heretofore been feeling toward these Pilgrims.
Though not particularly good for harmony, this was not yet the occasion for war.
The 'Indians' felt compelled to call a meeting with the interlopers to explain their concerns, based upon their discovery of the Pilgrims lineage, and proceeded to do so in great detail. Upon hearing this information the Pilgrims assumed the opinion, as is a sadly natural trait of humans to do, that, the former masters of their God's people were inherently evil and wicked and that their formerly friendly relationship based upon the hatred of the Spanish should come to an abrupt end ..."for so long as we have hair on our heads" was the unfortunate translation.
The other bit about the slaves of the Pilgrims fighting the 'Indians' and turning the tide you seem to have gotten down though.