A frustrating attempt to follow the unmarked Nez Perce Trail compelled Cheryl Wilfong to write a guidebook. She drew on her skills as a mathematician, accountant, and managing editor to organize the work. While studying for a Master's degree in Intercultural Management, Wilfong worked with Cakchiquel indigenas in Guatemala. As a VISTA volunteer, she worked with Navajo migrants and Southern Paiutes. When she isn't traveling, Wilfong gardens and meditates in Vermont.
Books by this Author
Following the Nez Perce Trail
The 1877 flight of the Nez Perce from their homelands while pursued by U.S. soldiers and citizen volunteers is one of the most compelling and...
Out of print