Eagles of the Southwest
"This book is an admirably sympathetic yet objective account of the torturous course of events that led to Apache subjugation. The author has skillfully synthesized a wealth of factual detail from varied publications and produced a panoramic picture of this people’s military and political fate."-Library Journal.
"If a single volume can replace myth with reality, and clothe stereotypes with humanity, this surely is such a book."-Western American Literature.
"The author holds the detailed story together remarkable well, given the fragmentation of the Apache groups or bands that in their attempt to survive turned on each other with regularity. The treachery and duplicity of white government officials finally proved to be the decisive weapon in that cultural and racial struggle."-Choice.
389 pp — ©1992