Season of Yellow Leaf

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Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1983 - Comanche Indians - 323 pages
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Follows fifteen years in the history of the Comanche people, from an 1838 attack by a Comanche raiding party on Madoc's Fort in Texas, to a surprise assault by white soldiers on a Comanche settlement in 1853.

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They were called lords of the South Plains. And that's what the Comanches were. Their men were hunters and warriors, feared by other tribes as they were by the whites - Spaniard, Mexican, or Texan ... Read full review

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Following the lives of several generations of Comanche Indians this is a good entertainment, dealing with the West from the Indians' point of view. It has some resemblances to Hanta Yo, but it's not so good. Read full review


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Jones has a loyal recipient of The Golden Spur Award and, in 1993, received the Owen Wister Award for Lifetime Contribution and Achievement from the Western Writers of America.

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