The Squaw MenBook - 2004
"For the last thirty years, Amos Cardiff and Henry Potter had lived with a band of Indians and renegades in an isolated meadow. Now, things were changing as every year settlers crept closer, forcing the camp farther into the mountains. Trying to hold off the whites was seemingly impossible, but the Indian leader, old Tenkeller, would not listen to reason. If Amos and Henry did not do something, the whole camp would be lost."--Back cover.
Publisher: England : BBC Audiobooks Ltd., 2004, c1992
Branch Call Number: Western Paine
Characteristics: 193 p. ; 20 cm