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No Image Available Arnold, Elliott
New York : Simon & Schuster, 1976.
This is a fictional account of an historical event. During the Apache tribe in Arizona grow weary of fighting the soldiers, the decision is made to surrender to the troops. The Apache want to return to some sort of normal life where they can practice their native customs and live in peace. They contact Lieutenant Whitman at Camp Grant in Tucson, Arizona. Lieutenant Whitman wants to let the Apache surrender but the citizens of Tucson will not abide by the terms of the truce. This book tells of a tragic episode in American history. This powerful novel will show you a side of history often overlooked.
SUBJECTS:      Apache Indians -- Wars -- Fiction
                        Historical fiction


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