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Title: Book reviews (review of Myth, Memory and Massacre: The Pease River Capture of Cynthia Ann Parker by Paul H. Carlson and Tom Crum)
Authors: O'Neal,Bill
Source: East Texas Historical Journal, Fall 2011, 49 :2 ,pg 108- 142
Subjects: Carlson Paul H. Parker Cynthia Ann 1827?-1864 (Book review)
Ref ID: 91925
 
Title: Book reviews (review of Frontier Blood: The Saga of the Parker Family by Jo Ella Powell Exley)
Authors: Taylor,Forrest
Source: West Texas Historical Association Year Book, 2010, 86 : ,pg 170- 198
Subjects: Exley Jo Ella Powell Parker Cynthia Ann 1827?-1864 (Book review) Frontier and pioneer life (Book review)
Ref ID: 91971
 
Title: Last days of the Comanches: By the autumn of 1871, the Western frontier was rolling backward, retreating in the face of savage Indian attacks. When a ragtag army of federal soldiers arrived on the Llano Estacado to crush the hostile natives once and for a
Authors: Gwynne,S. C.
Source: Texas Monthly, 2010, 38 :5 ,pg 126- 129
Subjects: Parker Quanah Comanche Indians Gwynne S.C West Texas Region - History Parker Cynthia Ann
Additional Information: ID: 275; Excerpt from Empire of the Summer Moon:Quanah Parker and the Rise and Fall of the Comanches, the Most Powerful Indian Tribe in American History by S. C. Gwynne. Illustration by Tyler Jacobson.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 85052
 
Title: Book reviews (review of Myth, Memory, and Massacre: The Pease River Capture of Cynthia Ann Parker by Paul H. Carlson and Tom Crum)
Authors: Becker,John T.
Source: West Texas Historical Association Year Book, 2010, 86 : ,pg 170- 198
Subjects: Carlson Paul H. Pease River Battle of Tex. 1860 (Book review) Parker Cynthia Ann 1827?-1864 (Book review)
Ref ID: 91877
 
Title: Quanah Parker and Charles Goodnight
Authors:
Source: Heritage, 2007, :1 ,pg 26- 27
Subjects: Parker Cynthia Ann Parker Quanah Indians of North America
Additional Information: ID: 6973; Reprint of article from a 1936 issue of the Fort Worth Star Telegram by Olive King Dixon.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 43807
 
Title: The warrior's bride: One month after the Battle of San Jacinto, a nine-year-old girl was abducted by Indians and went on to become the wife of the most feared Comanche chief. Her name was Cynthia Ann Parker, and though her story was long ago and intertwin
Authors: Reid,Jan
Source: Texas Monthly, 2003, 31 :2 ,pg 120- 123
Subjects: Parker Cynthia Ann
Additional Information: ID: 24590; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 39719
 
Title: The warrior's bride: One month after the Battle of San Jacinto, a nine-year-old girl was abducted by Indians and went on to become the wife of the most feared Comanche chief. Her name was Cynthia Ann Parker, and though her story was long ago and intertwin
Authors: Reid,Jan
Source: Texas Monthly, 2003, 31 :2 ,pg 120- 123
Subjects: Parker Cynthia Ann
Additional Information: ID: 24590; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 76507
 
Title: Book reviews (review of Frontier Blood: The Saga of the Parker Family by Jo Ella Powell Exley)
Authors: Hudson,Linda S.
Source: East Texas Historical Journal, 2002, 40 :2 ,pg 69- 95
Subjects: Exley Jo Ella Powell Parker Cynthia Ann (Book review)
Additional Information: ID: 22544; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 34885
 
Title: Book reviews (review of Frontier Blood: The Saga of the Parker Family by Jo Ella Powell Exley)
Authors: Hudson,Linda S.
Source: East Texas Historical Journal, 2002, 40 :2 ,pg 69- 95
Subjects: Exley Jo Ella Powell Family Parker Cynthia Ann (Book review)
Additional Information: ID: 22544; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 72642
 
Title: Scout: Frontier blood: The saga of the Parker family
Authors: Bigony,Mary-Love
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2002, 60 :3 ,pg 13-  
Subjects: Parker Cynthia Ann Exley Jo Ella Powell
Additional Information: ID: 19968; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 29024
 
Title: Scout: Frontier blood: The saga of the Parker family
Authors: Bigony,Mary-Love
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2002, 60 :3 ,pg 13-  
Subjects: Exley Jo Ella Powell Family Parker Cynthia Ann
Additional Information: ID: 19968; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 72061
 
Title: Going native (review of Killing Cynthia Ann by Charles Brashear)
Authors: Young,Mallory
Source: Texas Books in Review, 2000, 20 :1 ,pg 26-  
Subjects: Brashear Charles Parker Cynthia Ann (Book review)
Additional Information: ID: 16164; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 67214
 
Title: Speaking of Texas: Comanche at heart
Authors: Mallory,Randy
Source: Texas Highways, 2000, 47 :10    
Subjects: Indian captivities Parker Cynthia Ann - Captivity 1836-1860
Additional Information: ID: 15679; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 66432
 
Title: Speaking of Texas: Comanche at heart
Authors: Mallory,Randy
Source: Texas Highways, 2000, 47 :10    
Subjects: Parker Cynthia Ann - Captivity 1836-1860 Indian captivities
Additional Information: ID: 15679; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 36889
 
Title: Texas primer: Cynthia Ann and Quanah Parker
Authors: Dingus,Anne
Source: Texas Monthly, 1999, 27 :5 ,pg 226-  
Subjects: Parker Cynthia Ann Parker Quanah
Additional Information: ID: 12003; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 31438
 
Title: Texas primer: Cynthia Ann and Quanah Parker
Authors: Dingus,Anne
Source: Texas Monthly, 1999, 27 :5 ,pg 226-  
Subjects: Parker Cynthia Ann Parker Quanah
Additional Information: ID: 12003; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 62127
 
Title: Book reviews (review of Cynthia Ann Parker: The Life and Legend by Margaret S. Hacker)
Authors: Stringer,Tommy
Source: East Texas Historical Journal, 1998, 36 :1 ,pg 77- 96
Subjects: Hacker Margaret S Parker Cynthia Ann (Book review)
Additional Information: ID: 9190; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 60118
 
Title: Cornerstone: Festival celebrates Native American heritage
Authors:
Source: Heritage, 1997, 15 :1 ,pg 24-  
Subjects: Crowell (Tex.) - Festivals Parker Cynthia Ann
Additional Information: ID: 4466; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 54372
 
Title: Cornerstone: Festival celebrates Native American heritage
Authors:
Source: Heritage, 1997, 15 :1 ,pg 24-  
Subjects: Parker Cynthia Ann Crowell (Tex.) - Festivals
Additional Information: ID: 4466; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 17044
 
Title: Bridges: The saga of Cynthia Ann and Quanah Parker
Authors: Gilbert,Meredith
Source: Texas Historian, 1993, 53 :3   10
Subjects: Parker Cynthia Ann Parker Quanah Comanche Indians
Additional Information: ID: 7013; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 9998
 
Title: An old story retold - beautifully (review of Where the Broken Heart Still Beats: The Story of Cynthia Ann Parker by Carolyn Meyer)
Authors: Gunter,Peter A. Y.
Source: Texas Books in Review, 1992, 12 :4    
Subjects: Meyer Carolyn Parker Cynthia Ann (Book review)
Additional Information: ID: 2096; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 87649
 
Title: Review of Cynthia Ann Parker, the Life and the Legend by Margaret Schmidt Hacker
Authors: McCroskey,Vista K.
Source: East Texas Historical Journal, 1992, 30 :1 ,pg 76- 77
Subjects: Hacker Margaret Schmidt Parker Cynthia Ann (Book review)
Additional Information: ID: 2058; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 87890
 
Title: Review of Cynthia Ann Parker by James T. DeShields; and Quannah Parker, Commanche Chief by Rosemary K. Kissinger
Authors: Schultz,Lee
Source: East Texas Historical Journal, 1992, 30 :1 ,pg 74- 77
Subjects: DeShields James T Kissinger Rosemary K Parker Cynthia Ann (Book review) Parker Quannah (Book review)
Additional Information: ID: 2033; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 88048
 
Title: Book reviews (review of Papers Concerning Robertson's Colony in Texas, XIV. March 18, 1836 through July 22, 1836. The Battle of San Jacinto and the Fall of Fort Parker compiled and edited by Malcolm D. McLean.)
Authors: Nance,Joseph Milton
Source: The West Texas Historical Association Year Book, 1989, 65 : ,pg 210- 211
Subjects: Robertson Colony Fort Parker (Tex.) (Book review) Battle of San Jacinto 1836 (Book review) Parker Cynthia Ann (Book review)
Additional Information: ID: 1021; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 12459
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