The Last Captive

The Last Captive Austin xxi p dj x The story of Herman Lehmann whose tale was first published in is retold with the author s commentary Lehmann gives an account of his life as an Indian warri

  • Title: The Last Captive
  • Author: A.C. Greene
  • ISBN: 9780884260042
  • Page: 440
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Austin, 1972 xxi, 161p dj 6 1 2 x 10 The story of Herman Lehmann, whose tale was first published in 1899, is retold with the author s commentary Lehmann gives an account of his life as an Indian warrior with the Apache and Comanche tribes, and his subsequent readjustment to living in the white man s world The captive sympathized wholly with the Indian way of life, aAustin, 1972 xxi, 161p dj 6 1 2 x 10 The story of Herman Lehmann, whose tale was first published in 1899, is retold with the author s commentary Lehmann gives an account of his life as an Indian warrior with the Apache and Comanche tribes, and his subsequent readjustment to living in the white man s world The captive sympathized wholly with the Indian way of life, and returned most reluctantly to the white world Jenkins Basic Texas Book 124 C One of the most remarkable accounts of life among hostile Texas Indians.

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    1. "Captivating" true account of a young Texan captured by Apaches in Central Texas. This young man lived with the Indians, including Comanches after he was traded to their band. An incredibly eye-opening report of his personal experiences and his adaption to their way of life. If you are interested in this period of history in Texas and the southwest you will be enthralled and educated by A.C.Greene's in depth research and retelling of Herman Lehman's astounding childhood. I will be keeping this b [...]

    2. This is the story of Herman Lehmann who was taken as a boy by the Apache Indians. He was adopted into the tribe and lived with them many years. This is really an interesting and historically accurate account of events and life in 1870s Texas. Herman was eventually returned to his family, but had a very difficult time adjusting to the "white" way of life. Very interesting if you are into this time period and what life was truly like then. Would recommend.

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