Arizona Son Rise George Davis

ISBN: 9781606106204

Published: October 6th 2008

Paperback

238 pages


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Arizona Son Rise  by  George  Davis

Arizona Son Rise by George Davis
October 6th 2008 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 238 pages | ISBN: 9781606106204 | 6.40 Mb

Arizona Son Rise is the captivating life story of Jim Eagleson, an American Indian destined to be a chief of an Arizee tribe. His family and way of life were obliterated in the late 1800s when the western movement of the white man consumed hisMoreArizona Son Rise is the captivating life story of Jim Eagleson, an American Indian destined to be a chief of an Arizee tribe. His family and way of life were obliterated in the late 1800s when the western movement of the white man consumed his people, culture and land under the banner of Manifest Destiny.

With his goal of becoming a great Arizee chief shattered, he is forced to pursue his destiny in the white manas society, where the culture is foreign and often hostile. Even when he is faced with enormous hardships, Jim never wavers from the pursuit of his destiny. With courage, determination and the love of Gabriela, he finds that the great American sport of baseball is his chance to capture the hearts and souls of all of America.



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