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The Chiricahua Journals contain more than one hundred years of memories from the lives of a pioneer southeastern Arizona family. These are tales of lawmen, cowboys, miners-and jet-fighter pilots, engineers, teachers, and many others. This is real history, told by real people in their own words-a chronicle of how one extended family helped shape the character of a land, and how the land returned the favor. But besides being the history of a family and a place, these are good stories. They are the kind told around campfires at day's end-or at a dining table on a winter's eve, dinner dishes pushed to one side, fire crackling in a nearby hearth, rapt listeners leaning in so as not to miss a single word. Even if the stories seem old and familiar, they do not lose their magic in the retelling.
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