When the Mexicans first took the Apaches as slaves, they made a grave mistake in more ways than one. Hounded by men who could track them, kill, outwit, and quickly escape, the Mexicans moved farther and farther away from the Apache villages, only to find them coming just as close. Geronimo grew up as the grandson of a chief, a boy who would hunt and practice his skills all day. A legendary man who was feared and respected, Geronimo defeated and eluded the soldiers of two nations for more than 25 years. 184 pages, softcover.
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