All of My People Were Killed

Mike Burns (Sharlot Hall Museum Press, $34.95)
Mike Burns (Sharlot Hall Museum Press, $34.95)

This Sharlot Hall Museum treasure shares the first-person narrative of a Yavapai orphan taken in by his Army captors after troops killed his family in 1872.

When he grew up to become an Indian scout in Arizona, his path crossed with Gen. George Crook, Buffalo Bill Cody and even the Apache Kid at San Carlos in the 1880s. Burns’s story is more than just fascinating; it also preserves Yavapai culture.

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