Book List in Order: 4 titles

  • This is the true story, told in fictional form, of one of the greatest of all American Indian chiefs, Cochise of the Chiricahua Apaches. Indians were once thought of as warlike, and the encroaching white men as wanting peace, but it was the white men...


  • In his first book, the Pulitzer Prize novel Laughing Boy, Oliver La Farge gave us a superb lyrical story of Navajo Indian life. In the fullness of his maturity as a writer, he later returned to the Navajo scene with The Enemy Gods, a richer, deeper b...


  • Oliver La Farge covers many aspects of everyday life in these sixteen stories, which range from an old man facing death alone in the Mexican bush to some boys facing the responsibilities of life at St. Peter's school; from the science fiction world o...


  • Winner of the Pulitzer Prize: A romantic idyll played out in the rhythms and meanings of a vanished Navajo world. The Denver Post Laughing Boy is a model member of his tribe. Raised in old traditions, skilled in silver work, and known for his pr...