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Sunshine on the Prairie
Sunshine on the Prairie
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Sunshine on the Prairie

The Story of Cynthia Ann Parker
Jack C Ramsay
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Sunshine on the Prairie

The Story of Cynthia Ann Parker
Jack C Ramsay
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SUNSHINE ON THE PRAIRIE is the story of CYNTHIA ANN PARKER, captured by a band of Comanches as a nine-year-old while living in Fort Parker with her family. It was 24 years before she was "re-captured" by her "white family". This is the intriguing story of why she did not want to be rescued from her Comanche family. During her 24-year captivity, she had become a wife to Nocona, the most feared of the Comanche war chiefs and the mother of Quanah, last and most famous of the Comanche war chiefs. Cynthia Ann adopted completely the lifestyle and culture of the Comanches. She endured their hardships and she also learned to love the freedom of the pristine wilderness. Using exhaustive research, the author follows Cynthia's footprints over the prairie with a sensitivity rare among non-native Americans.

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Publisher
Wild Horse Media Group LLC
Year
2020
ISBN
9781681790541
Topic
History
Subtopic
North American History
Edition
1

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