Geronimo by Robert M. Utley

/greomino_robert-utley_true-westThe newest offering from historian Robert M. Utley, Geronimo, is a masterpiece. While Geronimo was never a chief and never held the sway of Mangas Coloradas or Cochise, his name is the most recognized of all Indian leaders throughout history.

While other credible biographies of the feared Apache can be found, Utley brings a nuanced understanding of the stories that define how we know the Apache fighter today. This is a must-have biography for any Old West aficionado or someone who wants to learn more about the life and times that shaped a complex and unyielding man into the legend that is Geronimo.

—John Melvin

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