Geronimo: The Man, His Time, His Place
'In place of the distorted image of Geronimo as a bloodthirsty savage, she offers her version of a man full of energy and drive, fiecely independent, possessed of great business acumen, and interest in everything. . Debo's book is a most detailed, through, pleasantly written, and stimulating account of Geronimo's life and circumstances. Journal of American History. This book. . vividly illustrates the paradoxical elements of the Apache wars, not to mention the capricious mature of the United State's Indian policy during a period of some 50 years'. Washington Post.
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Larry McMurtry considers this book a classic, and he has pretty good taste. It is not only a biography of Geronimo but a history of the encounter between the U.S.A.'s westward expansion and the Apache people through the life of one of its great leaders. Read full review
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