About the book:
John Coulter Sage was born on a horse ranch in southeastern Arizona in 1851. His father was an ex-mountain man and Army scout who built and operated the ranch with a Mexican partner. His mother was a Chiricahua Apache. Sage was raised in all three cultures.
Sage went to sea when he was sixteen, and was shipwrecked off Okinawa, where a Buddhist monk befriended him. He was taught to fight and think.
This is a tale of Sage's adventurous life as an Apache youth, cowboy, sailor, Mexican Vaquero, drover, deputy sheriff, and much more.
List Price: $17.95
5.5" x 8.5" (13.97 x 21.59 cm)
Black & White on Cream paper
Sunbury Press, Inc.
BISAC: Fiction / Westerns
About the author:
Bob Wood has worked as a cowboy, air crewman in the Navy, and professional ski patrolman at Mammoth. He worked for five summer seasons as a Wilderness Ranger. He patrolled the Ansel Adams and John Muir Wilderness areas in the Sierras for two summers on horseback, and for three summers carrying a backpack. He graduated in forestry from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, and retired after thirty-five years with the US Forest Service. He currently resides with his wife Alicia in southern California.
"Bob Wood's fast-paced Western epic of John Coulter Sage--orphaned half-Apache, cowboy, gunfighter, soldier, sailor--jack-
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