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The last captive,

Author: A C Greene; Herman Lehmann
Publisher: Austin, Encino Press [1972]
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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"The lives of Herman Lehmann, who was taken by the Indians as a boy from his Texas home & adopted by them; his career as an authentic wild warrior with the Apache & Commanche tribes; his subsequent restoration to the bosom of his family & the difficulties & confusions faced in adjusting his savage training to a civilized society; his experiences carrying him from the time of the scalping knife to the very threshold  Read more...
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Greene, A.C., 1923-
Last captive.
Austin, Encino Press [1972]
(OCoLC)562591938
Online version:
Greene, A.C., 1923-
Last captive.
Austin, Encino Press [1972]
(OCoLC)607918675
Named Person: Herman Lehmann
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: A C Greene; Herman Lehmann
OCLC Number: 354470
Notes: "The lives of Herman Lehmann, who was taken by the Indians as a boy from his Texas home & adopted by them; his career as an authentic wild warrior with the Apache & Comanche tribes; his subsequent restoration to the bosom of his family & the difficulties & confusions faced in adjusting his savage training to a civilized society; his experiences carrying him from the time of the scalping knife to the very threshold of our atomic age; together with verifying accounts by members of his family and others who shared some of those extraordinary & historical events."
"A combination of Herman's story in his own words and the author's commentary."--Jacket.
Description: xxi, 161 pages illustrations 26 cm
Responsibility: by A.C. Greene.

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"The lives of Herman Lehmann, who was taken by the Indians as a boy from his Texas home & adopted by them; his career as an authentic wild warrior with the Apache & Commanche tribes; his subsequent restoration to the bosom of his family & the difficulties & confusions faced in adjusting his savage training to a civilized society; his experiences carrying him from the time of the scalping knife to the very threshold of our atomic age; together with verifying accounts by members of his family and others who shared some of those extraordinary & historical events."

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