Zeke Proctor: Cherokee Outlaw
The Spur Award-winning author of Geronimo brings a unique voice to the western novel--the voice of an Indian. A Cherokee himself, Conley now tells the story of Zeke Proctor, a Cherokee veteran of the Civil War, and the only person to ever sign a peace treaty with the U.S. government.
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