Riding with Cochise: The Apache Story of America's Longest War by Price, Steve
Price, Steve

Riding with Cochise: The Apache Story of America's Longest War -- Steve Price - Hardcover

Riding With Cochise brings the violent drama of the American Southwest to life through the eyes of the legendary Apache chieftain Cochise and three other tribal leaders, Geronimo, Victorio, and Mangas Coloradas. Relying largely on the oral histories told by relatives of these great warriors as well as personal diaries of others who were involved, veteran author Steve Price takes the reader deep into the Cochise Stronghold, through Massacre Canyon, and across Apache Pass. You'll sit beside the campfires of Tom Jeffords, the only white man Cochise ever fully trusted, and touch the faded stone walls of Fort Craig, the rock cairns at Dragoon Springs, and the magnificent cottonwoods at Ojo Caliente. You'll be with General George Crook and Lt. Charles Gatewood as they pursue Geronimo through New Mexico, Arizona and even into Mexico's Sierra Madre, and learn how a handful of Apache warriors could disappear into open desert, ride and sleep on horseback, and outwit thousands of American and Mexican troops for months at a time. Thoroughly researched and written in the author's easy but fast-paced story-telling style, Riding With Cochise presents a sweeping history of how one Native American tribe fought desperately to keep its land and its culture in the face of America's westward expansion known as Manifest Destiny, then spent 27 years in exile and captivity before finally being allowed to return to their beloved homeland.

Author: Steve Price
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing
Published: 05/02/2023
Pages: 220
Binding Type: Hardcover
Weight: 1.70lbs
Size: 9.06h x 6.30w x 1.02d
ISBN: 9781510774575

Review Citation(s):
Publishers Weekly 02/20/2023

About the Author
Steve Price is the author of 17 books, including the bestselling America's Wild Horses, and more than 3,500 magazine articles about American history, wildlife, fishing, hunting, and nature photography. He is a Contributing Editor for Field & Stream Magazine, and his photography has been widely used in books, magazines, and corporate publications throughout the country for more than four decades. A former resident of New Mexico, he now lives in Mena, Arkansas.

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