PRONCO APACHE by Paul I. Wellman

PRONCO APACHE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The saga of the last ""fighting"" Apache -- the warrior Massai--who escapes from a prison train bearing Ceronimo and his defeated tribe to Florida exile--travels back to the San Carlos Reservation, on foot, taking more than a year to complete his journey -- seeks peace only to be driven once again to the lonely warpath by the treachery of a tribesman. This grim, taut tale of a primitive, elemental man's struggle is exciting and attention-holding. A reprint of a 1936 Macmillan book by the author of the best-sellers Walls of and The Chain.

Publisher: Doubleday