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Cover Type: Pictorial Soft Cover
Book Condition: Very Good
Jacket Condition: None Issued
Publisher: Goodyear Publishing Co Ltd
Publisher Place: Santa Monica
Publisher Year: 1976
Edition: First Edition
Description: 308 pages. Book is in Very good condition throughout. Everything We Have Here, Good And Bad, Was Created By Human Effort, And Not By The Effort Of Individuals Alone But By The Combined Efforts Of Many People Who Shared A Common Vision Of What They Wanted America To Become.
Publishers Description: Jack Jackson's Comanche Moon is the extraordinary story of Cynthia Ann Parker, a white settler child kidnapped by a band of Comanche Indians in 1836 in Texas. Brought up as a Comanche, she became the wife of a feared Comanche warrior and gave birth to Quanah, a warrior-son who became chief of the Comanches and eventually led them in their last great battles against the relentlessly encroaching white settlers. This is the story of their defeat and the end of the Comanche Nation's dominance of the Texas plains.