Ride the Wind: The Story of Cynthia Ann Parker and the Last Days of the Comanche - Part III, Fall: Chapters 44 - 47 Summary & Analysis

Lucia St. Clair Robson
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Part III, Fall: Chapters 44 - 47 Summary

Old Owl dies of cholera contracted when he helps escort four thousand people in their many wagon trains through Comanche territory to California. Cub must burn the lodge of his grandparents to prevent the spread of the disease rather than giving them a proper burial. Old Owl was Cub's closest friend and relative. With his death, Cub leaves camp and is joined by Small Hand to look for Naduah. Throughout their journey, they discover other bands devastated by cholera. Cub and Small Hand finally find Wanderer's band where Naduah gives birth to her second son, Pecan. Naduah is content with her family life though she longs for Sunrise, Takes Down The Lodge, and Medicine Women to be with them. She is especially happy to be reunited with her brother. Cub brings news that the situation...

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