This book gives a graphic portrayal of frontier life in Texas with marauding Comanche and Kiowa Indian tribes. Replete with many stories of Indian raids and murders, it is a classic in providing the pioneer's point of view on the unfriendly Indian tribes in the nineteenth century.
Learn about Cynthia Ann Parker, how she was abducted by Indians, became the wife of a famous Indian chief and mother of the another famous chief, and was later recaptured. Read about the betrayal by the Comanches that led to the famous Council House fight in San Antonio. Follow the exciting stories of the brave pioneers who had many escapes, and suffered many losses as well.
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