The Rise And Fall Of Refugees InEmpire Of The Summer Moon?

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In the book Empire of the Summer moon By: S.C. Gwynne writes in the epic saga about a pioneer woman Cynthia Ann Parker, who was kidnapped by Comanches, as a nine-year-old girl. Cynthia Ann Parker has mixed-blood son Quanah Parker, who later become the last and greatest chief of the Comanches. From the book Empire of the Summer Moon it was stated "that the war with the Comanches lasted four decades and in the effect, there was a holding up the development of the New American nation, the argument that is being claimed is that there were a rise and fall of the Comanches." S.C. Gwynne ."The rise of Quanah," in Empire of the Summer Moon

The argument is that the Comanches had fallen because of the development of the American nation. In this paper, I will show proof that the Comanches had fallen because of the development of the American nation.

In 1836, a 9-year-old pioneer girl named Cynthia Ann Parker was kidnapped during a Comanche raid in North Texas Parker became a ward of the chief and later, a full member of the Comanches.She eventually married a highly respected Comanche chief and gave birth to three children, including Quanah - who would grow up to become the last and greatest Comanche leader.Gwynne traces the rise and fall of the Comanche Nation against the backdrop of the fight for control of the American Midwest.Gwynne tells Fresh Air's Terry Gross that he became interested in telling the Comanche story because of their integral role in preventing - and then

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