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Los Comanches : the horse people, 1751-1845

Author: Stanley Noyes
Publisher: Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press, ©1993.
Edition/Format:   Print book : State or province government publication : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Noyes, Stanley.
Comanches.
Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press, ©1993
(OCoLC)622292495
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Stanley Noyes
ISBN: 0826314597 9780826314598
OCLC Number: 28149300
Description: xxix, 364 pages : illustrations, 3 maps ; 25 cm
Contents: I. Nuevo Mexico. 1. Governor Velez Battles Comanches, 1751. 2. Expeditions to the Plains, 1706-1749. 3. Who Were the Comanches? 4. The Peace Policy of Governor Velez, 1752-1766. 5. Governor Mendinueta and War, 1767-1778. 6. The Meaning of Captivity. 7. Governor de Anza's Victory and Treaty, 1778-1789 --
II. Nuevo Mexico and Tejas. 8. Women: Captives and "Abject Slaves" 9. Pierre Vial, Explorer on the Plains, 1786-1793. 10. American Advances, 1800-1807. 11. Encounters in Comancheria, 1808-1845. 12. The Origins of War and Peace, 1830-1835. 13. Tejas and the Comanches, 1743-1786. 14. Comanches between Two Flags --
Again, 1786-1806. 15. Tejas, 1806-1821. 16. La Independencia ... and Change, 1821 --
III. Los Comanches Versus Three Republics. 17. Power and Puha. 18. El Tuerto Takes an American Brother, 1823. 19. Comanches on the Santa Fe Trail, 1821-1829. 20. Perspectives from Tejas, 1819-1834. 21. Peace, North --
War, South, 1834-1835. 22. Lone Star ... and Captive Anglo Women, 1836. 23. A Ranger Resides with Comanches, 1837-1838. 24. Diplomacy North and South, 1840. 25. Sam Houston's Peace Policy, 1841-1845. 26. Burial of a Nation, Birth of a State, 1845-1846.
Responsibility: Stanley Noyes.

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