Ride the Wind: The Story of Cynthia Ann Parker and the Last Days of the Comanche - Part II, Summer: Chapters 23 - 26 Summary & Analysis

Lucia St. Clair Robson
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Part II, Summer: Chapters 23 - 26 Summary

The Winter camp is breaking up, with some reluctance, for as vast as the People's land is, the bonds will likely not sue one another until next winter. Naduah and Bear Cub will soon have to say goodbye. Naduah is envious of Bear Cub's wild antics, but Takes Down understands that as a captive child, Bear Cub tries harder to be successful and accepted. There is a division of labor, and as a girl, Naduah must help to prepare hides for a lodge, then learn how to fit in; Bear Cub does ask Naduah to come with his band that year, but Naduah chooses to stay with the Wasps. As Naduah's band moves toward their next camp, they see evidence of death at another camp, for vultures are circling overhead. The Scouts find hundreds of...

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