First edition. 8vo. Stiff, color pictorial wrappers, xx , 102  pp., foreword, preface, chronology, introduction, illustrated form photographs, portraits, map, epilogue, appendix, notes, bibliography, index. Foreword by Jennifer Nez Denetdale. Photographs by Mary Fish. Four Dine women in Navajo and Apache Counties, Arizona present narratives of their resistance to being removed from their traditional lands by companies who primarily wanted the land to strip it of its minerals, especially coal. Many know that the removal and relocation of indigenous peoples from traditional lands is a part of the United States' colonial past, but few know that, in an expansive corner of northeastern Arizona, the saga continues. As new, unread copy.
Inventory Number: 41974