The End of the Old Ways
By Harold Brannan
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Published: Sep. 01, 2011
Words: 94,613 (approximate)
Follow a young Texan, Thomas Sutton, during the violent struggle between very different cultures on the nineteenth-century American frontier. He enters the heart of enemy territory and experiences friendship, respect, loyalty and even love amidst the Comanches.
The clash of societies along the Texas Frontier in the last half of the nineteenth century produced a violent struggle between the people of two very different cultures. Unspeakable atrocities and carnage were inflicted by each side. The novel follows some of the main historic events of that time through the eyes of a young Texan, Thomas Sutton, who entered the struggle under the guise of fierce enmity because of depredations wreaked upon his family. His ventures carried him into the heart of enemy territory where, to his surprise, he experienced friendship, respect, loyalty and even love amidst the daunting war culture of the Comanches.
, buffalo soldiers
, texas history
, history american
, frontier adventure
, texas panhandle
, palo duro
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