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Seven Little Indians

They drew straws to see who would kill the infants. It was a fall day at an Indian encampment within the Tonto Basin of Arizona. Lined up on their cradleboards towards a rock wall had been seven little Apache infants. The climate was so good, some infants slept whereas others gazed out upon the unusual world round them. The late Roscoe G. Willson, in his Arizona Tales run repeatedly by The Arizona Republic newspaper, informed this story. The story illustrated how in any other case hard-bitten males couldn’t overcome theRead More