Enju: The Life and Struggle of an Apache Chief from the Little Running Water


ISBN: 9780595003983
Dewey: B
LCC Number: PS3552.R78
Author: Sinclair Browning
Pages: 164
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This is an Authors Guild/BIP title. Please use Authors Guild/BIP specs. Author’s bio: Sinclair Browning’s first encounter with the story of Eskiminzin quickly grew to one of complete absorption as she recognized a story that needed to be told. Browing is also the author of the World War II novel| America’s Best| and the Trade Ellis mystery series| including The Last Song Dogs and The Sporting Club. She also co-authored Lyons on Horses. Description: This is the story of Eskiminzin| peaceful chief of the Aravaipa Apache| who| along with his people| were betrayed in the infamous Camp Grant massacre of 1871. Eskiminzin later| with John Clum| established a model community of trust and self-determination on Arizona’s San Carlos reservation.

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Weight 0.61 lbs
Dimensions 9.07 × 6.04 × 0.46 in
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