Ride the Wind: The Story of Cynthia Ann Parker and the Last Days of the Comanche - Part II, Summer: Chapters 19 - 22 Summary & Analysis

Lucia St. Clair Robson
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Part II, Summer: Chapters 19 - 22 Summary

Wanderer agrees to help Naduah train Wind, an honor Sunrise recognizes for his adopted daughter. Time alone with Wanderer is a prize, but he spends it really teaching Naduah the qualities of an excellent horse, as well as the importance of being an excellent horsewoman. Afterward, Wanderer agrees to share a meal with her, which troubles Naduah a little, wondering why he is taking so much time for a mere girl. For Wanderer, he can see a place for Naduah in his future. They talk about the raid on Parker's Fort, and Wanderer wants Naduah to understand what happened and why. A treaty made, had been broken, and the cycle of raiding and killing and stealing continues between the Indians and the white eyes.

Naduah's first buffalo hunt demonstrates how the Indians hunt the buffalo...

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