Being Comanche: The Social History of an American Indian Community

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Winner, Erminie Wheeler-Voegelin Book Award (American Society for Ethnohistory) Comanches have engaged Euro-Americans' curiosity for three centuries. Their relations with Spanish, French, and Anglo-Americans on the southern Plains have become a highly resonant part of the mythology of the American West. Yet we know relatively little about the community that Comanches have shared and continue to construct in southwestern Oklahoma. Morris W. Foster has written the first study of Comanches' history that identifies ...

Being Comanche: The Social History of an American Indian Community 1992, University of Arizona Press

ISBN-13: 9780816513673

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Being Comanche: The Social History of an American Indian Community 1991, University of Arizona Press

ISBN-13: 9780816512461

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