This is the fourth and final volume in the series. The story begins in Ft. Sumner, New Mexico in the spring of 1868 “There is going to be a meeting at the parade grounds. We have our orders to count all the Navajo prisoners. Bring everyone there!” On the parade grounds Naabeho Peace Leaders negotiated the Treaty of 1868 with their captors. In June they begin the return home, a journey of hope and resilience for Ninabaa, her husband Hashke Yil Naabah, their children and their grandchildren. This passionate ending to the epic story weaves the oral histories of the Black Mesa, Arizona community with the history of the signing of the Treaty.