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Sunshine on the Prairie: The Story of Cynthia Ann Parker, Ramsay, Jack C. Jr.

Author    Ramsay, Jack C. Jr.

Title   Sunshine on the Prairie: The Story of Cynthia Ann Parker

Binding   Hard Cover

Book Condition   Near Fine+

Jacket Condition   Near Fine+

Edition   First Printing

Publisher   Austin, Texas Eakin Press 1990

ISBN    0890156867 / 9780890156865

Seller ID   04632

Well-researched, detailed account of the lives of Cynthia Ann Parker, her capture by the Comanches at age nine, marriage to Chief Nocona, and her son Quanah, the last Comanche chief, who ended the half-century frontier warfare between Texans and the Comanches. 179 pages, with Appendixes, Notes, Bibliography, and Index. Reproduced historic photos illustrate the text, including the only known photograph of Cynthia Ann Parker, a frontispiece and jacket illustration of her nursing daughter Prairie Flower. Photos o Quanah Parker and his daughter, Wanda Parker, precede the chapters. Preceding the Index are more photos of Quanah Parker and his children.

Price = 40.00 USD


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