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This quantity is one in all a sequence by way of Time-Life Books that chronicles the heritage and tradition of the local americans. The 4 major chapters - Guardians of the People's belief ~ Defenders of the Homelands ~ Champions of the Apache reason ~ Patriots within the Western Wars - and different interspersed short essays, are all profusely illustrated with colour and black & white photos, in addition to drawings and maps.

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