Ride the Wind: The Story of Cynthia Ann Parker and the Last Days of the Comanche - Part II, Summer: Chapters 31 - 33 Summary & Analysis

Lucia St. Clair Robson
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Part II, Summer: Chapters 31 - 33 Summary

One thousand Indians are on their way south to settlements who have never felt their wrath and will likely be unguarded. Buffalo Piss experiences untold success on the journey southward as they raid the settlements unexpectedly. At one coastal town, Linnville, they do find modern guns, something Wanderer seeks for he knows the only way to defeat the white men is with their own weapons. Wanderer packs guns and boxes of cartridges onto Night as the rest of the Indians loot and cavort. Among his loot is a hand-tooled saddle he intends to give to Naduah. When Wanderer and Buffalo Piss discuss their return route they violently disagree. Wanderer wishes to go home via a longer route, but Buffalo Piss intends to return home the way they came intending to fight and conquer. Deep Water...

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