The Last War: The Comanches in Defeat and on the Reservation 1874-75
Osborn, Janet Lynn
MetadataShow full item record
For most people, the problem of adjusting to some foreign way of life is a cultural shock, but the demands on these people to give up their old cultural habits for those of the modern nineteenth century were often impossible, causing a great deal of emotional frustration. Some simply refused to change. This work is an attempt to describe Comanche life on the reservation, during this period. It is hoped that it is an honest one.With honors.