Ian W. Record, University of Oklahoma Press, $39.95, Softcover.
Ian W. Record, University of Oklahoma Press, $39.95, Softcover.

This tome offers a thorough treatment of the history and culture of Arizona’s Aravaipa Canyon and its people, the Western Apaches. Comprehensive accounts of their sacred homeland and the Apache identity are told through oral histories, from their early native history to the San Carlos Apache Reservation. Centering on the Camp Grant Massacre, this book provides a well-rounded history presented in a way that brings new insight to the reader.

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