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Comanche & Kiowa captives in Oklahoma & Texas.

Hugh D. Corwin

Comanche & Kiowa captives in Oklahoma & Texas.

by Hugh D. Corwin

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Published by Printed by Cooperative Pub. Co. in Guthrie, Okla .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Indian captivities.,
  • Comanche Indians.,
  • Kiowa Indians.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE99.C85 C6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination237 p.
    Number of Pages237
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5790933M
    LC Control Number60001018
    OCLC/WorldCa2638677

    in the book did come from the writings of others, he lists the principal sources of printed material which he used and, in addi-tion, expresses a general debt of gratitude to persons who have contributed in any way to his knowledge of the Brazos country. NAN THOMPSON LEDBETTER The University of Texas Comanche And Kiowa Captives In Oklahoma And Texas. ByAuthor: H. Bailey Carroll. Rachel Plummer was born in in Crawford County, Illinois 1, the second youngest living child of James William Parker (–) and Martha had two living siblings, and three siblings who had died at an early age. In her family and allied families, led by her father James and uncle Silas, moved from Illinois to Texas along with other sons of Elder John .

    Oklahoma Press, Comanche and Kiowa Captives in Oklahoma and Texas, by Hugh D. Corwin. Cooperative Publishing Co., Comanche Barrier to Southern Plains Settlement, by Rupert N. Richardson. File Size: KB. Comanche CaptiveIt was a treat to read D. Laszlo Conhaim's 'Comanche Captive' because it is an exceptionally well-written book on a number of only it is an enthralling story for those who love Westerns, but it goes far beyond being a great book 'for the guys'. It is a masterfully crafted novel with many unexpected plot twists and the language that makes both /5.

    Then came , the year of the Medicine Lodge Treaty which had ten signers of the Kiowa Nation. They were ordered to take up reservation on Indian Territory in Oklahoma. It was here that Palo Duro Canyon, the wagon train massacres, Tehan Texas captives, and the final surrender are stamped in the memories of the Kiowa. Provisions of the Little Arkansas Treaty forced the Kiowa and Comanche to relinquish lands in Kansas and New Mexico, and the Medicine Lodge Treaty established a million acre reservation in southwestern Oklahoma. There the Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache were confined following their subjugation at the end of the Red River War in May


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William T. Hagan, "Adjusting to the Opening of the Kiowa, Comanche, and Kiowa-Apache Reservation," in The Plains Indians of the Twentieth Century, ed. Peter Iverson (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, ). Linzee, "Registration and Drawing for Opening of Kiowa and Comanche Country, ," The Chronicles of Oklahoma 25 (Fall ).

Through their recollections, we see a brief picture of Comanche lifestyle in the s that has now long since disappeared. Dot died in Dallas, Texas, in Bianca died in Denton, Texas, on Apthe last of Texas’ Indian captives. For more on captives, see Greg and Susan Michno’s A Fate Worse Than Death (Caxton Press, ).Author: Historynet Staff.

On Oct. 13,several hundred Kiowa and Comanche Indians raided home sites in the Elm Creek valley of western Young County, Texas. The Fitzpatrick Ranch was one. It belonged to Durgan’s grandmother and was where the baby was living with her grandmother, her mother and older sister, Charlottie, Morgan said.

Cooper in Thorckmorton County, visited Texas in to witness these so-called "depredations." A day after he traveled on the road from Fort Griffin to Fort Belknap, Kiowa, Apache, and Comanche warriors from Fort Sill ambushed a wagon train on that very road, killing six men.

Sherman decided that the. Cynthia Ann Parker: abducted in in Texas by Indians, she was part of the Comanche community for almost 25 years until abducted again—by Texas Rangers. Her son, Quanah Parker, was the last Comanche chief.

She died of starvation, apparently from grief at being separated from the Comanche people which whom she identified. Early in Kiowa chief Many Bears paid the Mescalero Apache one mule, two buffalo robes, and a red blanket to purchase ten-year-old José Andrés Martínez. Abducted near his home in Las Vegas, New Mexico, in Octoberhe became Many Bears's grandson, Andele.

He quickly adapted to his new life, grew to manhood among the Kiowa, took part in Kiowa raiding parties. Camps of the Kiowa. At left, a painting by George Catlin depicts a Kiowa and Comanche encampment near the Red River of Texas which the artist visited in the s.

At right, a Kiowa camp, some 30 to 40 years later during the time in which the tribe was being moved onto reservation land. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Corwin, Hugh D.

Comanche & Kiowa captives in Oklahoma & Texas. Guthrie, Okla., Printed by Cooperative Pub. By then, their Comanche friends had been sent to the reservation, so there was no way the former captives could go back to the roving life they had known with them.

The children did not seem angry at the Comanches, although the Comanches killed some of the children’s families, and committed atrocities in front of them.

You are bidding on a 1st Edition of Comanche & Kiowa Captives in Oklahoma & Texas by Hugh D. Corwin. It does have some condition issues. The cover shows some wear and the pages have had some water damage mainly along the border area at the bottom and left and right sides. The pages turn freely and are tight and the text and pictures are OK.

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Comanche and Kiowa Captives in Oklahoma and Texas, by Hugh D. Corwin. Cooperative Publishing Co., Comanche Barrier to Southern Plains Settlement, by Rupert N.

Richardson. Comanche Belief and Rituals (thesis), by Daniel J. Gelo. University of New Jersey, Rutgers, Comanche Code Talkers of World War II, The, by Dr. William C. Comanche & Kiowa captives in Oklahoma & Texas The Warren wagontrain raid: the first complete account of an historic Indian attack and its aftermath The ten grandmothers: [bibliog].

Comanche & Kiowa Captives In Oklahoma & Texas Hugh D. Cowin Book (#28) Oklahoma Tribal Indian License Plate - Comanche Nation Apache Comanche Plains Indian Captive War Book 1st Ed Illust Yr. LOCKHART, MATILDA (ca. –?). Matilda Lockhart, who as a young girl was taken captive by Comanche Indians, was probably born in Illinois around Her father, Andrew Lockhart, emigrated with his family from Illinois to Texas in and settled on the Guadalupe River in Green DeWitt's colony.

In the fall ofwhen Matilda was about thirteen years old, she and .Carbine & Lance: The Story of Old Fort Sill, by William S. Nye. University of Oklahoma Press, Comanche and Kiowa Captives in Oklahoma and Texas, by Hugh D. Corwin. Cooperative Publishing Co., Comanche Barrier to Southern Plains Settlement, by Rupert N.

Richardson. A fall Indian raid in frontier Texas was as dramatic as any in fiction, but no more gripping than the odyssey of the female captives and their searchers. Comanche and Kiowa raiders swept down on the Fitzpatrick ranch, a two-story house formerly known as the Carter Trading Post, only a few miles northwest of Fort Belknap in Young County, Texas.