Geronimo His Own Story Author:S. M. Barrett "It is my land, my home, my fathers' land, to which I now ask to be allowed to return. I want to spend my last days there, and be buried among those mountains. If this could be, I might die in peace, feeling that my people, placed in their native homes, would increase in numbers, rather than diminish as at present, and that our name would not ... more »become extinct."
"Turner makes a strong ecological statement; and the autobiography itself is more powerful than direct propaganda or logical argument: the stuff of tragedy. Can be read purely as autobiography; as an episode in history; as a morality tale of terrifying relevance." --Theodora Kroeber author of ISHI« less