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Novembers Winter, The Indian Cries: The Most Powerful Indian Story in American History By U.C. Berkeley Novembers Winter The Indian Cries The Most Powerful Indian Story in American History Through Novembers Winter Air The Indian Cries The Most Powerful Indian Story in American HistoryIn this book I have tried to make a faithful representation of Quanah Parker his background and associ
  • Title: Novembers Winter, The Indian Cries: The Most Powerful Indian Story in American History
  • Author: U.C. Berkeley
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  • Page: 433
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  • Novembers Winter, The Indian Cries: The Most Powerful Indian Story in American History By U.C. Berkeley
    Novembers Winter, The Indian Cries: The Most Powerful Indian Story in American History By U.C. Berkeley Through Novembers Winter Air, The Indian Cries The Most Powerful Indian Story in American HistoryIn this book I have tried to make a faithful representation of Quanah Parker, his background and associates to give an understanding portrayal of his life and work Historical material has been carefully studied and followed, checked with members of the family and I have a pThrough Novembers Winter Air, The Indian Cries The Most Powerful Indian Story in American HistoryIn this book I have tried to make a faithful representation of Quanah Parker, his background and associates to give an understanding portrayal of his life and work Historical material has been carefully studied and followed, checked with members of the family and I have a personal acquaintance with much of the territory and some of the particular places involved However, it has been necessary, especially in the earlier part, to reconstruct the story from the little that was known, much as the paleontologist frames the skeleton of some prehistoric dinosaur from the bones that have been dug up.In the account of Adobe Walls, historical material has been supplemented by personal study of the terrain, and by stories told me by William.M Bill Tilghman, who was hunting in the vicinity and came into the fort two days after the battle, and Andy Johnson, carpenter of Dodge City, who was in charge of building the trading post, and was in the fort during the battle Phoebe Ann White has drawn from photographs, faithful and artistic illustrations which I feel add much value to the book Grateful acknowledgments are given to Reverend White Parker, son of Quanah, who has read and corrected the manuscript to Dr E E Dale and the University of Oklahoma for the use of the Phillips Historical Collection to Mr Gaston Litton for obtaining old newspaper references and other sources and to Mr Ivie for friendly criticism throughout the work, and for assistance and information on Comanche words and language.U.C Berkeley
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    • About half of this books describes other Native Americans however, half is concerned with Quanah Parker, son of s Comanche chief and white captive It again portrays the victimized natives against the technologically advanced in weaponry Europeans Quanah Parker may have been the exception to the prototypical victimized native who squanders potential wealth in favor of immediate gratification Quanah Parker counsels a different way and seems to subsume the white settlers mind set if not the greed a [...]


    • A good read I found this book to be a real page turner at first I looked at the cover and thought it was solely about Chief Quannah Parker It was about many tribes I found the book to have a mixture of writing styles Some times I found it read like a children s book complete with stories that included conversations and then sometimes as history I thought it was a good read but it did take me a month to read it I struggled honestly to finish it It is this reason I am giving it 3 stars


    • Quanah Parker s Life StoryA fascinating, quick read This book only offers a little taste of this great warrior s life and seems as though it was written for a younger audience It provided a mere snapshot into the life and struggles of the Comanches and their last great tribal chief, Quanah Parker Definitely left me hungry for Thanks to the publisher for making it available on Kindle s Lending Library



    • Lousy audiobook narration, and the fact that every nugget in the whole book was in Empire of the Summer Moon, but better written, made this book painful to get through.


    • Well told storyThis is a compelling biography of a true American hero Quanah is a role model we seldom see in America today


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