Like many Native American tribes, the Tigua Indians were on the verge of disappearing after years of dealings with unscrupulous white men and corrupt governments. Declared extinct by anthropologists, the Tigua tribe was resurrected by El Paso attorney Tom Diamond, who began a 25-year legal effort that culminated in President Lyndon B. Johnson's signing of a special act of Congress to recognize the Tiguas. Join author Randy Lee Eickhoff as he explores the history and culture of this almost-forgotten tribe.
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April 1996 : USA Paperback