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To being Hailed by critics S C Gwynnes account of these events is meticulously researched intellectually provocative and above all thrillingly told Empire of the Summer Moon announces him as a major new writer of American historyFinalist for the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Critics Circle Award A New York Times Notable Book Winner of the Texas Book Award and the Oklahoma Book Award This New York Times bestseller and stunning historical account of the forty year battle between Comanche Indians and white settlers for control of the American West is nothing short of a revelationwill leave dust and blood on your jeansThe New York Times Book Review Empire of the Summer Moon spans two astonishing stories The first traces the rise and fall of the Comanches the most powerful Indian tribe in American history The second entails one of the most remarkable narratives ever to come out of the Old West the epic saga of the pioneer woman Cynthia Ann Parker and her mixed blood son Quanah who became the last and greatest chief of the Comanches Although readers may befamiliar with the tribal names Apache and Sioux it was in fact the legendary fighting ability of the Comanches that determined when the American West opened up Comanche boys became adept bareback riders by age six full Comanche braves were considered the best horsemen who ever rode They were so masterful at war and so skillful with their arrows and lances that they stopped the northern drive of colonial Spain from Mexico and halted the French expansion westward from Louisiana White settlers arriving in Texas from the eastern United States were surprised to find the frontier being rolled backwardby Comanches incensed by the invasion of their tribal lands The war with the Comanches lasted four decades in effect holding up the development of the new American nation Gwynnes exhilarating account delivers a sweeping narrative that encompasses Spanish colonialism the Civil War the destruction of the buffalo herds and the arrival of the railroads and the amazing story of Cynthia Ann Parker and her son Quanaha historical feast for anyone interested in how the United States came into being Hailed by critics S C Gwynnes account of these events is meticulously researched intellectually provocativ.

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  1. Michael R Moulder Michael R Moulder says:

    PDF 3monthpaydayloansnowco ↠ Report an issue PDF ´ Report an eBook ¹ report pdf, issue download, Report an mobile, Report an issue PDFEPUBThis book is a MUST read for anyone interested in Texas and old western history as well as Indian history If you saw the 1956 John Wayne John Ford movie called The Searchers you will recognize much of what is in this book I was sorry when the book ended


  2. GCGuelph GCGuelph says:

    PDF 3monthpaydayloansnowco ↠ Report an issue PDF ´ Report an eBook ¹ report pdf, issue download, Report an mobile, Report an issue PDFEPUBGreat read and forces a wholly different perspective on a history previously derived for old moviesNo judgement made in the writing but a clear presentation of facts and framed in the time they occurred No mean feat today Excellent read


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    PDF 3monthpaydayloansnowco ↠ Report an issue PDF ´ Report an eBook ¹ report pdf, issue download, Report an mobile, Report an issue PDFEPUBFabulous and well written book It was amazing what the Texas Rangers and Cavalry did to chase and quell the Indian nature and depredations of the time Totally interesting and informative


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    PDF 3monthpaydayloansnowco ↠ Report an issue PDF ´ Report an eBook ¹ report pdf, issue download, Report an mobile, Report an issue PDFEPUBThanks Joe Rogan for the great find


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    PDF 3monthpaydayloansnowco ↠ Report an issue PDF ´ Report an eBook ¹ report pdf, issue download, Report an mobile, Report an issue PDFEPUBAs a family historian I was drawn to the story of Cynthia Parker and her life with the Comanches and of course the fate of her son Quanah While I found the brutality appalling the story is very compelling Quanah seems to have inherited an equal amount of both sides of his heritage It is a sad story that he lost his mother as a young teenager His love and respect for her struck a chord with me Their story will stay me for a long time


  6. larun g two young men larun g two young men says:

    PDF 3monthpaydayloansnowco ↠ Report an issue PDF ´ Report an eBook ¹ report pdf, issue download, Report an mobile, Report an issue PDFEPUBIt was thoroughly enjoyable and informative as I wasn’t aware or the Comanche Nation's prowess despite the fact one of my undergraduate Majors was in HTST Historical Studies I’m still reading it bc I usually read five books at a time I will submit a complete critiquereport once I’m doneThank you for making me aware of this great book 📚 📖 👍🏾


  7. altobmenpro Customer altobmenpro Customer says:

    PDF 3monthpaydayloansnowco ↠ Report an issue PDF ´ Report an eBook ¹ report pdf, issue download, Report an mobile, Report an issue PDFEPUBIt took me a bit to get into the book due to the writing style but once I got past that I have found it to be a very interesting book The history that this book is about is both fascinating and tragic


  8. Silly G Silly G says:

    PDF 3monthpaydayloansnowco ↠ Report an issue PDF ´ Report an eBook ¹ report pdf, issue download, Report an mobile, Report an issue PDFEPUBThis is the best book on the topic that I have ever read It tells the whole brutal truth it is not sanitized for political correctness


  9. Clive Clive says:

    PDF 3monthpaydayloansnowco ↠ Report an issue PDF ´ Report an eBook ¹ report pdf, issue download, Report an mobile, Report an issue PDFEPUBIf you're hoping for a historical novel then forget it and look elsewhere the real life stories told in this book are far too incredible to ever be used in a fictional novel as readers would simply find these real life events to be too unbelievable This isn't a particularly easy read it's dense and there's lots of it but the last 30% of the Kindle edition is entirely bibliography and notes and photos but it is utterly compelling At times I became a little wearied as it catalogued every single interaction between white settlers and Indians over a 200 year period but each story was interesting in its own right and I couldn't wait to see what came nextSC Gwynne is meticulous not only in the extreme depth of his research but in his attempt to remain unbiased


  10. PenPav PenPav says:

    PDF 3monthpaydayloansnowco ↠ Report an issue PDF ´ Report an eBook ¹ report pdf, issue download, Report an mobile, Report an issue PDFEPUBI heard about this book from the podcast with the authorAlwasy have been fascinated by history of the wars of 20 century in Europe and never before have read anything on other continents I must say it's a viscous encounter with native Americans by European arrivals On one hand due to their extinction you condone their fights over their land and on t


  11. subversivelineonenet subversivelineonenet says:

    PDF 3monthpaydayloansnowco ↠ Report an issue PDF ´ Report an eBook ¹ report pdf, issue download, Report an mobile, Report an issue PDFEPUBVery absorbing thoroughly researched and pretty balanced account of the conflict between the Comanche tribe of Texas and the


  12. carefulbuyer carefulbuyer says:

    PDF 3monthpaydayloansnowco ↠ Report an issue PDF ´ Report an eBook ¹ report pdf, issue download, Report an mobile, Report an issue PDFEPUBI particularly liked the impartial warts and all way in which the author recounted the story or part story of this band of Comanche Indians The descriptions seemed honest with not too much gore involved unnecessarily The history of America's Plains Indians seems to be turning full circle from outright savage to noble savage and back to primitive and violent stone age inhabitants unable to adjust to the migrations of land hungry white pioneers The story of Cyn


  13. nigeljroper nigeljroper says:

    PDF 3monthpaydayloansnowco ↠ Report an issue PDF ´ Report an eBook ¹ report pdf, issue download, Report an mobile, Report an issue PDFEPUBI bought this as a present for my stepfather who loves books about history almost as much as I do I heard it highly recommended on the Joe Rogan podcast by Joe as he’d been listening to it I hope it appears on Audible soon as audio is how I consume 90% of books these days


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