This is an Authors Guild/BIP title. Please use Authors Guild/BIP specs. Author's bio: Sinclair Browning's first encounter with the story of Eskiminzin quickly grew to one of complete absorption as she recognized a story that needed to be told. Browing is also the author of the World War II novel, America's Best, and the Trade Ellis mystery series, including The Last Song Dogs and The Sporting Club. She also co-authored Lyons on Horses. Description: This is the story of Eskiminzin, peaceful chief of the Aravaipa Apache, who, along with his people, were betrayed in the infamous Camp Grant massacre of 1871. Eskiminzin later, with John Clum, established a model community of trust and self-determination on Arizona's San Carlos reservation.
Biographies-Memoirs, Ethnic-National, Native-American,