Audiobook: Dread Apache: That Early-Day Scourge of the Southwest

Dread Apache: That Early-Day Scourge of the Southwest cover

Dread Apache: That Early-Day Scourge of the Southwest

1 - Introduction - Paris Adopts Name of Apache

00:00
00:00
80
1.0
SPONSORED AD

Audiobooks Genres

Author

Description

Excerpt which contains the opinions and biographical accounts from the author: "A short time ago, idling through a collection of early-day photographs, I came across two that vividly recalled the closing scenes in that bloody frontier drama in which the Apache was the chief actor. For many years the relentless foe of the pioneer, wary, tireless, cowardly and treacherous, he was the very incarnation of fiendishness, if possible, more pronounced in the squaw than in the man. Never meeting you in the open, always in ambush, concealed behind the big granite boulder, the point of a hill or a clump of brush, he and his fellows patiently awaited your solitary coming, all unconscious of danger, then—the crack of the rifle and it is all over."

Numerous short, biographical accounts and headlines are recounted, that history has recorded, for the listener to examine. (Summary by Laurie Banza)

You are listening Dread Apache: That Early-Day Scourge of the Southwest by Merrill Pingree Freeman.
Liked what you heard? Share it with your friends and family!.
To report a problem or copyright issue, send the page link to the email address listed on our Contact page

Comment

The Share button is completely free of charge