Ride the Wind: The Story of Cynthia Ann Parker and the Last Days of the Comanche - Part III, Fall: Chapters 36 - 39 Summary & Analysis

Lucia St. Clair Robson
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Part III, Fall: Chapters 36 - 39 Summary

36) Naduah and Wanderer and seven others travel to the very North part of Texas where the Quohadi live. Wanderer intends to introduce Naduah to his father, Iron Shirt. On their way they come across a group of one hundred New Mexico Indians who poach buffalo annually to feed their people back in the pueblos. Wanderer and the mayordomo of the New Mexico people understand that they must barter or bribe their way out. It is the way it is done in Indian land. Their corn bread was the greatest payment to the Comanche. As they travel North, Wanderer continues to teach Naduah how to barter, how to track in such a desolate land, how to find water by looking for ponies in single-file, and how to keep the horses away from alkali water. The most...

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