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Gone the Dreams and Dancing

Douglas Clyde Jones - Fiction - 1984 - 323 pages
Comanches, under the leadership of their chief Kwahadi, struggle to come to terms with the encroachment of the white man, their loss of lands, confinement to a reservation, and ...
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Weedy Rough

Douglas Clyde Jones - Fiction - 1981 - 345 pages
Duny Gene Pay, son of one of Weedy Rough, Arkansas's leading citizens, is mysteriously involved in a bank robbery which leaves two people dead and ends in a trail of murder
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A Spider for Loco Shoat: A Novel

Douglas C. Jones - Fiction - 1997 - 482 pages
In western Arkansas in 1907, seven-year-old Jay Bird Joey Schwartz hides out in the National Cemetery and becomes the only witness to the murder of one of Fort Smith's most ...
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The search for Temperance Moon

Douglas Clyde Jones - Fiction - 1991 - 605 pages
Doubting that her mother's real killers have been brought to justice, Jewel Moon, madam of a brothel at Fort Smith, hires ex-Marshal Oscar Schiller to investigate
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This Savage Race

Douglas Clyde Jones - Fiction - 1993 - 635 pages
"In 1808 Boone Fawley decided there was more to life than he could find in St. Louis, Missouri. Spurred on by tales of land ownership on a frontier flowing with milk and honey ...
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This Savage Race

Douglas Clyde Jones - Fiction - 1993 - 401 pages
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Woman of the People

Benjamin Capps - Fiction - 1999 - 248 pages
In this story of the Texas frontier, the author dramatized the capture by a Comanche band of a ten-year-old white girl and her five-year-old sister from the upper reaches of ...
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The Comanches: Lords of the South Plains

Ernest Wallace - Social Science - 1952 - 381 pages
Describes the way of life of the Comanches at the height of their power in the southern Plains and after their surrender to the U.S. military in 1875, up to the early twentieth ...
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