Riding with Cochise: The Apache Story of America's Longest War


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$26.99  $25.10
Skyhorse Publishing
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6.3 X 9.06 X 1.02 inches | 1.7 pounds

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About the Author

Steve Price is the author of 17 books, including the bestselling America's Wild Horses, and more than 3,500 magazine articles about American history, wildlife, fishing, hunting, and nature photography. He is a Contributing Editor for Field & Stream Magazine, and his photography has been widely used in books, magazines, and corporate publications throughout the country for more than four decades. A former resident of New Mexico, he now lives in Mena, Arkansas.


"Steve Price's attention to detail is evident in every paragraph as he describes, in his highly readable story-telling style, how the Apaches under the leadership of Cochise, Geronimo, and other chiefs, fought for decades to preserve their culture and their homeland. I highly recommend this book for anyone interested in American history and especially the story of this revered chieftain." --SAMMY LEE, President, Sammy Lee Enterprises, Inc.

"Riding With Cochise provides new insights by direct descendants of famous Apache war chiefs into the Apache's fight to protect their land through broken treaties and promises that led to bloody, brutal battles. Steve Price puts you in the saddle, by the campfires, and in the canyons and mountains where it all happened." --LOUIE STOUT, Michiana Outdoors News

"This book will fill in the historical gaps in the Apaches' story for many of us. Once you begin Riding With Cochise you'll find it hard to put down." --TOM JENKINS, author of Where Custer Fell, a Native American Perspective

"Steve Price has done it again. His immaculate research brings the early wild west days to life as he documents the lives of Cochise, Geronimo and others of the Apache Nation. Readers will also enjoy
chapters detailing how they, too, can travel along the same trails ridden by these chieftains. Riding With Cochise is truly an enjoyable read for everyone." --BILL BAAB, Outdoor Editor, The Augusta Chronicle

In Praise of Steve Price's previous books:

"You don't. have to be a horseman to enjoy America's Wild Horses by Steve Price. It is a fascinating historical account of the wild horses still roaming parts of the American West and the important role they have played in the growth of our nation. His countless hours of research, photos, and anecdotal stories will provide stimulating discussions around corrals and campfires for years to come." --LOUIE STOUT, former staff writer, South Bend Tribune

"If you are wise enough to carry this wonderful guide, Steve Price's Seasonal Guide to the Natural Year, you will be able to find that 'union of time, place, and biological circumstance' so delicate it takes one's breath away."-- NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC TRAVELER

"Steve Price is not an armchair photographer and writer. He rolls up his sleeves and gets into his subject with a large helping of heart and soul. This book, Valley of the Big Cats, provides us a chance to visit a little-known region. In Africa that today remains much as it was centuries ago. The images are a visual smorgasbord, and provide all the necessary reasons why we must preserve these last pockets of the wild." --
GENE MUELLER, Washington Times

"The Fish That Changed America by Steve Price is an exciting and detailed look at why anglers are so obsessed with bass fishing! The factual stories of how it all came to be and the lives of the pioneers involved give me even more reason to love the sport!" -- MICHAEL IOCANELLI, professional angler and TV personality