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Comanche Gold By Richard Dawes
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In Comanche Gold, the Tucson Kid comes to Howling Wolf where gold has been found nearby on the Comanche reservation. The Comanche chief asks Tucson to protect the Indians from the town banker who is... More > trying to steal the gold. As he fights for the Indians, Tucson faces the killers of the town’s gambler, the crew of gunman hired by the banker, and finally fights a duel to the death with the banker himself.< Less
Three Years Among the Comanches By Nelson Lee
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First published in 1859, Nelson Lee’s Three Years Among the Comanches is perhaps the most widely known story of all Indian captivity narratives. Lee was a Texan Ranger captured by marauding... More > Indians in the 1850s and forced to live with them as a slave for three years before making his escape. His account includes detailed descriptions of life in a nomadic Comanche village, his marriage to a young squaw, buffalo hunts, Comanche versus Apache conflicts, Comanche mythology and gut-wrenching descriptions of the terrible fates of his fellow-captives who were tortured before him, his life being spared only because of a silver alarm clock he possessed, the loud workings of which mystified his superstitious captors.< Less
Three Years Among the Comanches By Nelson Lee
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First published in 1859, Nelson Lee’s Three Years Among the Comanches is perhaps the most widely known story of all Indian captivity narratives. Lee was a Texan Ranger captured by marauding... More > Indians in the 1850s and forced to live with them as a slave for three years before making his escape. His account includes detailed descriptions of life in a nomadic Comanche village, his marriage to a young squaw, buffalo hunts, Comanche versus Apache conflicts, Comanche mythology and gut-wrenching descriptions of the terrible fates of his fellow-captives who were tortured before him, his life being spared only because of a silver alarm clock he possessed, the loud workings of which mystified his superstitious captors.< Less
Three Years Among the Comanches By Nelson Lee
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First published in 1859, Nelson Lee’s Three Years Among the Comanches is perhaps the most widely known story of all Indian captivity narratives. Lee was a Texan Ranger captured by marauding... More > Indians in the 1850s and forced to live with them as a slave for three years before making his escape. His account includes detailed descriptions of life in a nomadic Comanche village, his marriage to a young squaw, buffalo hunts, Comanche versus Apache conflicts, Comanche mythology and gut-wrenching descriptions of the terrible fates of his fellow-captives who were tortured before him, his life being spared only because of a silver alarm clock he possessed, the loud workings of which mystified his superstitious captors.< Less
Spring Grass and Comanche Moons By Mary Sue Wafer
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A sizeable caravan of Kalderash Gypsies who had wintered along the south banks of the Colorado River were on the move again. They were to join a Machwaya tribe of Romany Travellers at the fork of the... More > Brazos when “the first blossoms appear on the Mountain Laurel bushes and the intoxicating fragrance of purple sage fills the prairie air.” A freak snowstorm in late February of 1850 lingered into early spring, transforming the verdant terrain of the Hill Country into a ghostly camouflage for much too long. This seemingly sudden thaw was cruelly orchestrated to coincide with the natural progression of April’s annual flooding rains. Having no containment and no direction in which to flow, the fugitive force of raging waters, laced with generous chunks of ice, churned across the land with little resistance. Like a formless buzzsaw, it created narrow rivulets, rearranging limestone boulders and gouging wide ravines until its energy was spent.< Less
Spring Grass and Comanche Moons By Mary Sue Wafer
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A sizeable caravan of Kalderash Gypsies who had wintered along the south banks of the Colorado River were on the move again. They were to join a Machwaya tribe of Romany Travellers at the fork of the... More > Brazos when “the first blossoms appear on the Mountain Laurel bushes and the intoxicating fragrance of purple sage fills the prairie air.” A freak snowstorm in late February of 1850 lingered into early spring, transforming the verdant terrain of the Hill Country into a ghostly camouflage for much too long. This seemingly sudden thaw was cruelly orchestrated to coincide with the natural progression of April’s annual flooding rains. Having no containment and no direction in which to flow, the fugitive force of raging waters, laced with generous chunks of ice, churned across the land with little resistance. Like a formless buzzsaw, it created narrow rivulets, rearranging limestone boulders and gouging wide ravines until its energy was spent.< Less
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The Quest of the Four: A Story of the Comanches and Buena Vista By Joseph A. Altsheler
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The Quest of the Four is a Story of the Comanches and Buena Vista was published in 1911 worked by Joseph A. Altsheler. With illustrated by D. APPLETON AND COMPANY. Joseph Alexander Altsheler was an... More > American author of popular juvenile historical fiction.< Less
COMANCHE INDISCHE REZEPTE By David W. Boothe
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This book contains many natural recipes that the Comanche people of Oklahoma and the surrounding states have eaten for hundreds of years. Based on wild game, corn and the naturally occuring plant... More > life they found near there encampments, these recipes should bring a natural flavor to anyone willing to try them. Inspired by my sister-in law's, Jutta Weis, acceptance of her own heritage, I wanted to introduce these flavors to anyone willing to try them. Dieses Buch enthält viele natürliche Rezepte, die Comanche Menschen in Oklahoma und die umliegenden Staaten seit Hunderten von Jahren gegessen haben. Auf der Grundlage von frei lebendem Wild, Mais und die natürlich vorkommende Pflanze Leben sie in der Nähe von dort lagern fanden, diese Rezepte sollten bringen einen natürlichen Geschmack für alle bereit, um sie auszuprobieren. Inspiriert von meiner Schwester-in-Law, Jutta Weis, Akzeptanz des eigenen Erbes, ich wollte diesen Aromen für alle bereit, die versuchen, sie einzuführen.< Less
Comanche Indische Rezepte By David W. Boothe
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COMANCHE PEOPLE WAREN STOLZ AUF IHRE HAARE, DIE WAR LANG UND GETRAGEN SELTEN CUT. MÄNNER HATTEN OHREN MIT HÄNGENDE OHRRINGE GEPIERCTEN UND TÄTOWIERTEN GESICHT, ARME UND BRUST MIT... More > GEOMETRISCHEN MUSTERN. FRAUEN WÜRDEN PIERCE IHR OHR MIT SECHS ODER ACHT LÖCHER. Versuchen Sie, die Aromen der Büffel, Fasane, Wachteln und Truthahn. Genießen Eicheln und Löwenzahn. Hier sind Aromen man nie zu lesen.< Less