Fb2 Rachel Plummer's Narrative of 21 Months Servitude As a Prisoner Among the Comanche Indians ePub
by Rachel Plummer
|Publisher:||Jenkins Pub Co (June 1, 1980)|
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|ePub eBook:||1680 kb|
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The final section is Rachel's narrative. This is fairly brief but an interesting look at an intelligent young woman who was strong and learned to persevere until she was rescued
does anyone have a copy of this book they would like to sell? like. See 1 question about Rachel Plummer's Narrative Of 21 Months Servitude As A Prisoner Among The Comanche Indian. ists with This Book. The final section is Rachel's narrative. This is fairly brief but an interesting look at an intelligent young woman who was strong and learned to persevere until she was rescued. It is unfortunate that she did not live long after her rescue.
Rachel Plummer's 21 months among the Comanche as a prisoner became a sensation when she wrote a book about her captivity, Rachael Plummer's Narrative of Twenty One Months' Servitude as a Prisoner Among the Commanchee Indians, which was issued in Houston in 1838. This was the first narrative about a captive of Texas Indians published in the Republic of Texas, and it was a sensation not just there, but in the United States and even abroad.
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The woman, Rachel Plummer, later wrote a book about her experiences as a prisoner of the Comanche, Rachel Plummer’s Narrative of 21 Months’ Servitude as a Prisoner Among the Comanchee Indians. John Parker was ransomed in 1842 and returned to the settlements. Parker soon escaped the shackles of the white settlements and made his way back to the Comanche, where he continued to live with them as one of the tribe.
The reader is referred to the appended narrative of Rachel Plummer, for particulars of what then occurred. wounded, and five taken prisoners, and twenty-three made their escape. to meet her. She, in -most breathless anxiety, informed us of what was going on at the fort, and we all immediately started for the fort. Mr. Plummer having succeeded in alarming the neighbors, he, in company with some fifteen others, returned to the fort just as the Indians, after having stripped it of every thing, destroyed the cattle, and secured the horses, were leaving it.