Trailing the Holy Cross; Soldiers' Feet, Apache Ears, and the Santa Cruz Valley

Fontana, Bernard L.

Published by Peccary Press. (1991). Tucson., 1991
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Title: Trailing the Holy Cross; Soldiers' Feet, ...

Publisher: Peccary Press. (1991). Tucson.

Publication Date: 1991

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good


Cloth. Limited to 150 copies. Signed by the author. Book in the shape of one- half of a Spanish bell. At least 5,000 years ago men, women and children began trailing the Santa Cruz river in southern Arizona. The author writes about the earliest Indian settlers, the coming of the Jesuits, white explorers and other settlers along the Santa Cruz and the area known as Tucson. Bookseller Inventory # 1357

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