Anglo Family Life on the Jicarilla Apache Reservation
By Patricia Williams Lein
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When Al Williams moved his family to the Jicarilla Apache Indian Reservation in Dulce, New Mexico, he did not know what to expect. Cool rushing mountain streams, majestic mountains, and enriching friendships were his reward. He became friends with Chief Baltazar as well as Ish Koten, the sheriff, and the Williams' family had many happy, exciting and frightening experiences there. Northern New Mexico has become a mecca for the movie industry since then, but everyone who travels there learns the lessons so innocently taught by the Jicarillas--peace, determination, and loyalty.
Patricia Williams Lein was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and moved to Dulce at the age of four. She graduated from Albuquerque High School and has traveled and lived in many other states pursuing her hobbies of painting and writing. This book was written because of a burning desire to tell others about the wonderful experiences she had during those years in Dulce. Her father, Al Williams, was eventually given the honorary title of Chief Red Eagle by Jim Baltazar, the Jicarilla Apache chief at that time. This is her first book.
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