Until Day Breaks

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Five Star, 1999 - Fiction - 240 pages
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By 1870 there had been three years of peace between the Comanches and U.S. Army. General Tracy Cameron gives a speech in Washington about the advantages of keeping that peace resulting in a congressional mission to the West to look into allowing the Comanches to remain on their traditional lands. As the Congressional party crosses the plains in search of peace, some die-hard generals are planning an attack on the Comanches. And the Comanches are organizing the Kiowas and Cheyenne to help them drive out the white buffalo hunters from the last great herd left on the plains...

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