Elfego Baca in life and legend
Texas Western Press, Sep 1, 1990 - Biography & Autobiography - 52 pages
Although Cynthia Ann Parker never recounted her experiences as a captive of the Comanches (1836-60), her story is probably the most familiar of all the pioneer women captured by Indians in the Southwest. Margaret Hacker' five years of research have produced a balanced and dependable account of this tragic story.
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