A Humble Crusader
Howard Roberts and Barbara Munson
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In the 1950s, at just the point in his life when he could relax and
say he has done well as a rancher, entertainer and family
man, Gilbert Roberts faces a personal crisis. Forced to reexamine
his own life and actions, Gilly's search for new wisdom lands him
on a Navajo Indian reservation. There he is appalled and saddened
by the sight of so many sick and starving people and he vows to help.
Gilly has stumbled into the middle of the ongoing Navajo-Hopi Land
Dispute, which has forced thousands of Indians to relocate under duress.
Unable to abide the raw inequities he has witnessed, Gilly
spends the rest of his life bringing food and supplies to the Native
Americans and calling attention to their plight. The human rights
issues of indigenous peoples, exemplified by the land dispute, are
just now getting global attention. Did GillyŐs solo crusade, in some
small measure, help that cause?
View From the Mountain: A Twentieth-Century Memoir
Sydney Bryden Two Pillars Press, 1999
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A true story about the authorŐs international travels and escapades
growing up in France, being married to a foreign diplomat during the
Cold War, and joining the Peace Corps as a retiree.
Meridian Dream: Taking Off for the Unknown and Traveling Around
Barton Gilliom Two Pillars Press
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At age 34, author Barton Gilliom grabbed the opportunity to travel
around the world, alone and without an itinerary, and now writes about
his myriad experiences and how they changed his life.
Reason for Optimism: Treating Cancer with a Bone Marrow Transplant
Barbara Munson with Marilyn Adair Two Pillars Press
of print. Online copies will be available in 2005, or contact the