Read by: Stephen F. Clark -- Time: 2 hours 47 minutes
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The autobiography of the famous Apache war chief, Geronimo.
[Adult (non-fiction) - autobiography] Originally published 1905.
Edited by: Johnny Vadala
A shout of "Geronimo!!!" is still evoked to show courage. Hear, in his own words, the war story of Geronimo and his Chiricahua band of Apache Indians.
Part I: The Apaches
Part II: The Mexicans
Part III: The White Men
Part IV: The Old and the New
Geronimo was born on June 16th, 1829, in Arizona (then a part of Mexico), and died on February 17th, 1909, in Oklahoma. After his wife and children were killed in a Mexican raid, Geronimo spent the majority of his life in constant warfare with the Mexicans, and later, the Americans. Near the end of his life, he was finally captured and held as a prisoner of war by the Americans. A celebrity for his fearless deeds, he appeared at the 1904 St. Louis Worlds Fair, and rode in President Theodore Roosevelt's 1905 inaugural parade.
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Audiobook is in immediately downloadable MP3 format.
Size = 228Mb. A broadband connection is recommended.
Audience = Adult 16+
Non-Fiction Subject = Autobiography
BIC = BGHA (Autobiography: historical, political and military)
DDC = 920 (History, geography, and biography / Biography, genealogy, insignia)
BISAC = BIO028000 (BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Native Americans)
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