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Ray Chavarria's Indian Family Roots book is about his Indian ancestry. The author discusses how he became aware in his latter years of his Indian lineage and how the United States government furnished the documents to prove his Indian ancestry (Apache) and how they deny their own records. He writes concerning his childhood life, his teenage life, and his adult life, and his mistreatment by his own father and stepmother.
He tells about his Pachuco era in the 1941, the fighting and his drinking at age twelve, how he overcame being an alcoholic at age fifteen and a half, And how his wife's parents guided him as a teenager to become a better person and leave his bad habits behind. And later, his own wife provides the direction to a better life on this earth. He tells of his deep hurt in his heart for many years and the help he got from his closest friend Evelia Delayo to continue in his life and to forgive his enemies and to continue finishing his family history book. The book is based on facts for the reader to learn early Indian history.
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Ray Chavarria was born in a small western town of Tempe Arizona. He got his education at Tempe Grammar School. He was married in 1945 to Margarita H. Perea, whom he met in his last year of school. He enlisted in the service of our country during the end
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