NARRATIVE OF THE CAPTIVITY AND SUFFERING OF DOLLY WEBSTER AMONG THE CAMANCHE INDIANS IN TEXAS, with an account of the massacre of John Webster and his party.
by Dolbeare, Dr. Benjamin
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Her captors were among the Comanche bands which sent representatives to San Antonio to participate in the treaty negotiations that disintegrated into the famous Council House Fight of 1840. TATE 2281.
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- Maggie Lambeth (US)
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- NARRATIVE OF THE CAPTIVITY AND SUFFERING OF DOLLY WEBSTER AMONG THE CAMANCHE INDIANS IN TEXAS, with an account of the massacre of John Webster and his party.
- Dolbeare, Dr. Benjamin
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- Used - FINE.
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- Yale University Library
- Place of Publication
- New Haven
- Date published
- Indians; Native Americans; Comanche; Texas
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