Ride the Wind: The Story of Cynthia Ann Parker and the Last Days of the Comanche Setting & Symbolism

Lucia St. Clair Robson
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Parker's Fort

Parker's Fort - Location of the Indian raid where Cynthia Ann, John, Elizabeth, and Rachel are taken captive.

Penateka Comanche

Penateka Comanche - The Comanche band who give Cynthia Ann a new home among the Indians, living in Central Texas, also known as the Honey Eaters. She lives here for seven years until she becomes the wife of a Quohadi warrior, Wanderer.

Quohadi Comanche

Quohadi Comanche - Wanderer's band of Indians, of the antelope. This band lives much further north, and are the fiercest of the Comanche warriors, protecting their land from white infiltration to the end. Considered to be the rulers of the Staked Plains.

Breechclout

Breechclout - Rectangular piece of clothing worn to cover the loins, worn by boys, men, and young girls in the Indian band. Manner of dressing for the Comanche, consisting of a very long rectangular piece of cloth and twine...

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