Oral History of the Yavapai, is about the history, stories, traditions and life-ways of the Yavapai as narrated by two respected Yavapai Elders Mike Harrison and John Williams, who wanted people to know that the Yavapai are a separate people, distinct from the Apache, with whom they had been historically confused. Sigrid Khera and Carolina Butler (editors) recorded and preserved their story. Oral History of the Yavapai recounts the history of the Yavapai-Euroamerican relationships during the 1800s from the Yavapai perspective, as told to Mike Harrison and John Williams by their parents’ generation, the last to have lived a traditional lifestyle before Yavapai culture was decimated by war and forced incarceration outside their homeland. It is written in a first-person narrative about a Yavapai man’s life in the 20th century and an important addition to Yavapai literature, culture and history. Notes, bibliography, supplemental references, acknowledgements, index, and editor details are included.