Sam Sedgwick, an Arizona rancher who enjoyed traveling in Mexico, made many trips between 1993 - 1998 to the Guarijío indigenous community in the mountains north of Álamos.  His memoir of nearly 100 pages, plus 22 photographs, tells about Guarijío life and culture, and outlines his plan to help the tribe market their cattle.

The complete book can be read on site at our research library in Álamos.