Pelham Bay Park, the Bronx-under these streets the villages of the Algonquin people lie buried. Here as recently as 1924, a lone Algonquin still lived in a wild, isolated corner of New York City. Here a twelve-year-boy (the author’s father) met a man in the last bitter winter of his life. Joe Two Trees was the last of his people and he entrusted his story to the boy who became his only friend. The boy grew up to be a dentist and a renowned archaelogist and historian in New York. Very Good. Lower cover right hand corner bent. A fascinating story expertly and engagingly told. New York, 1991 Dell Publishing Laurel books Ed., 196 Pgs.,Mass Market PB.