I was asked to give a talk to Arizona's River of Time Museum patrons and docents. The talk was to discuss my book, A Boy Named Beckoning, and shed a light on the amazing, Dr. Carlos Montezuma It was a whirlwind of a trip to Fountain Hills, Arizona, but one that I all not soon forget. There were so many people who guided us on trips that not only had they influenced the day, they changed my life, forever.
|Kids at Fountain Hills Charter School|
|Yavapai Reservation with Cultural Coordinator, GM and docent|
* He had relationships with Presidents Harding and Coolidge.
* His speech, “Let My People Go,” was read on the US Senate floor.
* Because of Dr. Carlos Montezuma efforts, American Indians finally gained their right to citizenship.
* He fought for the Yavapai...their land and water rights.
|Introductions at the banquet.|
|Giving my talk to Museum patrons and docents|
|At the podium with Dr. Myrh|
|Getting ready for book signing.|
|A Boy Named Beckoning and awards!|