The Resource A condensed history of the Apache and Comanche Indian tribes : for amusement and general knowledge, prepared from the general conversation of Herman Lehmann, Willie Lehmann, Mrs. Mina Keyser, Mrs. A.J. Buchmeyer and others by Jonathan H. Jones

A condensed history of the Apache and Comanche Indian tribes : for amusement and general knowledge, prepared from the general conversation of Herman Lehmann, Willie Lehmann, Mrs. Mina Keyser, Mrs. A.J. Buchmeyer and others by Jonathan H. Jones

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A condensed history of the Apache and Comanche Indian tribes : for amusement and general knowledge
Title
A condensed history of the Apache and Comanche Indian tribes
Title remainder
for amusement and general knowledge
Statement of responsibility
prepared from the general conversation of Herman Lehmann, Willie Lehmann, Mrs. Mina Keyser, Mrs. A.J. Buchmeyer and others by Jonathan H. Jones
Title variation
Indianology
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Biography type
contains biographical information
Cataloging source
OKU
Dewey number
970.1
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • portraits
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
A condensed history of the Apache and Comanche Indian tribes : for amusement and general knowledge, prepared from the general conversation of Herman Lehmann, Willie Lehmann, Mrs. Mina Keyser, Mrs. A.J. Buchmeyer and others by Jonathan H. Jones
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
Indianology -- Capture of Herman and Willie Lehmann -- An Indian camp and other things -- Indian tortures -- The gailing process -- The dawn of peace -- A fruitless effort to escape and other things -- On the dodge -- I kill my first man -- Trouble with horrible rangers -- A few days in Mexico -- A presentiment -- The dun mule -- Adventurous adventuries -- Roping buffalo -- Moving, trading and having fun -- Experience of a child, our trip, etc. -- Return to the reservation -- Medical dance and other exciting events -- Experience of Herman's sister, Mina -- Musical instruments, etc -- What you will know when you read this -- Biographical sketch of Quanah Parker -- Silent medium of communication -- Lost in a snow storm, raids, etc -- Runaway ; kill two boys, make raids, etc -- Leave the Apaches ; a race for life, lonliness, etc -- Making a saddle ; go into Mexico ; hunt ; make clothes -- Joining the Comanches ; rosanante ; Mexicans -- Cannibalism of the Toncahuas ; our anger, etc -- Raids ; run through camps of Palefaces ; roping mustangs ; eating horse meat, etc -- A desperate fight with soldiers -- He lost his queue -- Women nearly all killed -- A fruitless attempt to assassinate Indot ; camp life ; an attempt to escape -- Home capers -- What some other Indians did, legends, etc -- Work, wedlock and things worse -- Willie Lehmann's experience -- Mrs. Buchmeyer's story -- Early days in Mason
Control code
13852965
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
235 pages
Note
Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): Forms part of: A. C. Greene Library. Gift of Meredith Greene Megaw, 2012 (Access. No. 2012-026). Fragile condition. Clothbound. In paper band.
Other physical details
illustrations, portraits
System control number
(OCoLC)13852965
Label
A condensed history of the Apache and Comanche Indian tribes : for amusement and general knowledge, prepared from the general conversation of Herman Lehmann, Willie Lehmann, Mrs. Mina Keyser, Mrs. A.J. Buchmeyer and others by Jonathan H. Jones
Publication
Contents
Indianology -- Capture of Herman and Willie Lehmann -- An Indian camp and other things -- Indian tortures -- The gailing process -- The dawn of peace -- A fruitless effort to escape and other things -- On the dodge -- I kill my first man -- Trouble with horrible rangers -- A few days in Mexico -- A presentiment -- The dun mule -- Adventurous adventuries -- Roping buffalo -- Moving, trading and having fun -- Experience of a child, our trip, etc. -- Return to the reservation -- Medical dance and other exciting events -- Experience of Herman's sister, Mina -- Musical instruments, etc -- What you will know when you read this -- Biographical sketch of Quanah Parker -- Silent medium of communication -- Lost in a snow storm, raids, etc -- Runaway ; kill two boys, make raids, etc -- Leave the Apaches ; a race for life, lonliness, etc -- Making a saddle ; go into Mexico ; hunt ; make clothes -- Joining the Comanches ; rosanante ; Mexicans -- Cannibalism of the Toncahuas ; our anger, etc -- Raids ; run through camps of Palefaces ; roping mustangs ; eating horse meat, etc -- A desperate fight with soldiers -- He lost his queue -- Women nearly all killed -- A fruitless attempt to assassinate Indot ; camp life ; an attempt to escape -- Home capers -- What some other Indians did, legends, etc -- Work, wedlock and things worse -- Willie Lehmann's experience -- Mrs. Buchmeyer's story -- Early days in Mason
Control code
13852965
Dimensions
22 cm
Extent
235 pages
Note
Library's copy 1 (SW Writers): Forms part of: A. C. Greene Library. Gift of Meredith Greene Megaw, 2012 (Access. No. 2012-026). Fragile condition. Clothbound. In paper band.
Other physical details
illustrations, portraits
System control number
(OCoLC)13852965

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