Currently Available From Wolf Water Press
Three Strong Western Women

Emma Lee, a Mormon handcart pioneer, was the 17th plural wife of John D. Lee, and ran the historic Lee's Ferry.

Minnie Guenther, was a missionary who played a crucial role in helping Apaches survive horrific epidemics.

Lozen was a powerful Apache shaman, healer and warrior, who rode with her brother, Victorio and Gerniomo.

"Gripping personal narratives pull readers into the troubled times and tribulations that each of these women faced during a turning point in the history of the American West. The second part is historical background. It explains the complicated backstories and why many of these things happened."

$14.95

Plus $2.50 shipping and handling.
Arizona residents pay $1.28 sales tax.

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SalesForce Guide
Learn how to program using SalesForce, the most popular platform in cloud computing. This straight-forward guide gives you the essentials in plain language without all the blah, blah, blah.

"Easy to understand examples and exercises makes it easy to learn."

The book also contains many hints on passing the developer exam for level one certification. This book has been used for SalesForce training at a major U.S. telecom company and is used for course work at the college level.

$9.99

Available as an eBook


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Carol Sletten
Story of the American West
The book tells the story of America's 48th state through the lives of Apaches, Mountain Men, Hispanics, Soldiers, Mormons, Cowboys, Blacks, Outlaws and Others Who Struggled in Arizona's White Mountains, One of the Last Untamed Regions of the West.

"The book weaves the quintessential elements of the mythic West into a highly readable story. This non-fiction version of Michener's Centennial is comparable to the novel in poignant detail and narrative scope."

$26.95

Plus $3.49 shipping and handling.
Arizona residents pay $2.32 sales tax.

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Wolf Water Press is a small publishing company located in Arizona's White Mountains, specializing in history, Apache culture and technology.

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Our Print books are sold by many fine stores and museum shops. Interested retailers may contact us at carolsletten@cableone.net.


Copyright Carol Sletten and Eric Kramer 2013