By Eve Ball
"This quantity includes a good deal of fascinating information."—Journal of the West
"The Apache standpoint [is] awarded with nice clarity."—Books of the Southwest
"A worthwhile addition to the southwestern frontier shelf and lengthy should be drawn upon and used."—Journal of Arizona History
"A actual contribution to the tale of the Apache wars, and a really readable publication as well."—Westerners model Book
"Shining via each web page is the unquenchable spirit that was once the Apache. Inured, certainly proficient, to soreness, Apaches stood powerful beside Victorio, Nana, and at last Geronimo in a useless try to preserve these issues they held extra pricey than lifestyles itself—freedom, place of origin, dignity as people. A hot and very important humans, the Apaches had, and feature, greatly to offer."—Arizona and the West
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