Comanche Bondage

Comanche Bondage

by Carl Coke Rister, Donald E. Worcester
     
 
Not far from the Rio Grande, a small group of settlers established the colony of Dolores, among them British-born Sara Ann Horn and her family. Frustrated by an uncongenial climate, crop failures, and the unnavigable La Moras river, the Horns and their neighbors the Harrises finally left Dolores in the wake of the Alamo, heading toward Matamoras. Later Sarah Ann Horn

Overview

Not far from the Rio Grande, a small group of settlers established the colony of Dolores, among them British-born Sara Ann Horn and her family. Frustrated by an uncongenial climate, crop failures, and the unnavigable La Moras river, the Horns and their neighbors the Harrises finally left Dolores in the wake of the Alamo, heading toward Matamoras. Later Sarah Ann Horn told a horrifying story of the murder of the men and the years of captivity she, Mrs. Harris, and their children endured. Mrs. Harris's account is appended.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780803289345
Publisher:
University of Nebraska Press
Publication date:
01/01/1989
Edition description:
Reprint
Pages:
212
Sales rank:
805,859
Product dimensions:
0.48(w) x 5.50(h) x 8.50(d)

Meet the Author


Don Worcester, who wrote the introduction for this Bison Book edition, is a professor emeritus of history at Texas Christian University and the author of many books.

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