Gil Schmerler is on the Leadership faculty at the Bank Street College of Education in NYC. He has degrees from Amherst and Columbia, and was a teacher and administrator in NJ, MD, and NY. He is co-author of Not So Easy Going and author of many published articles.
Henrietta, a brilliant anthropology doctoral student at Columbia, is raped and murdered on an Apache reservation in AZ in 1931. Her murderer is caught by the FBI after a dramatic search and is sentenced to life.