Ride the Wind: The Story of Cynthia Ann Parker and the Last Days of the Comanche - Part II, Summer: Chapters 6 - 9 Summary & Analysis

Lucia St. Clair Robson
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Part II, Summer: Chapters 6 - 9 Summary

Part II, Summer

Chapters 6 - 10 Summary:

The old rules for life no longer apply to Cynthia, and new rules take place. Cynthia adapts to her new way of life in just about a week, though she still sees the four men from the raid as people she fears and should avoid. Before too long, Cynthia realizes that she is given to Takes Down the Lodge, because she is to take the place of the Indian woman's lost child. Her job as a replacement daughter is rather difficult, being white and not knowing the language. After a week, Cynthia plays with the Indian children, not minding that she only wears a breechclout. She learns some Comanche words and experiences the love and friendship of the Wasp band. At the end of the week they have a...

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