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" Comanches, (Sena-co,) and offered him a large price, but he could not be persuaded to part with him. He said the animal was one of the fleetest in their possession, and if he were to sell him it would prove a calamity to his whole band, as it often required... "
red river of louisiana - Page 96
by randolph b. marcy - 1854
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Exploration of the Red River of Louisiana, in the Year 1852

Randolph Barnes Marcy, George Brinton McClellan - Indians of North America - 1853 - 320 pages
...to purchase a favorite horse from a chief of one of the bands of the Southern Comanches, (Se-na-co,) and offered him a large price, but he could not be...that his loss would be felt by all his people, and he would be regarded as very foolish : moreover, be said, (patting his favorite on the neck,) "I love...
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Exploration of the Red River of Louisiana: in the year 1852

United States. War Dept, Randolph Barnes Marcy, George Brinton McClellan - Discoveries in geography - 1853 - 320 pages
...to purchase a favorite horse from a chief of one of the bands of the Southern Comanches, (Se-na-co,) and offered him a large price, but he could not be...the fleetest in their possession ; and if he were to Bell him, it would prove a calamity to his whole band, as it often required all the speed of this animal...
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Exploration of the Red River of Louisiana, in the year 1852: report of the ...

United States. War Dept, Randolph Barnes Marcy, George Brinton McClellan - Natural history - 1854 - 310 pages
...to purchase a favorite horse from a chief of one of the bands of the Southern Comanches, (Sena-co,) and offered him a large price, but he could not be...that his loss would be felt by all his people, and he would be regarded as very foolish; moreover, he said, (patting his favorite on the neck,) " I love...
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The Cheyenne in Plains Indian Trade Relations, 1795-1840

Joseph Jablow - History - 1950 - 100 pages
...reason given to Captain Marcy by a Comanche chief for his refusal to sell his favorite horse. "... if he were to sell him it would prove a calamity to...chase; that his loss would be felt by all his people. . . "M Among the Plains Cree, "only a few men owned horses which were swift enough for the chase and...
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The Comanches: A History, 1706-1875

Thomas W. Kavanagh - History - 1996 - 586 pages
...the chief's horse, but the chief demurred, saying that the animal was one of the fleetest in then- possession; and if he were to sell him, it would prove...that his loss would be felt by all his people, and he would be regarded as very foolish; moreover, he said, (patting his favorite on the neck), "I love...
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ARMY LIFE ON THE BORDER

1866
...to purchase a favorite horse from a chief of one of the bands of the Southern Comanches (Se-na-co), and offered him a large price, but he could not be...that his loss would be felt by all his people, and he would be regarded as very foolish ; moreover, he said (patting his favorite on the neck), "I love...
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