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" Comancheros are usually composed of the indigent and rude classes of the frontier villages, who collect together, several times a year, and launch upon the plains with a few trinkets and trumperies of all kinds, and perhaps a bag of bread and may-be another... "
Commerce of the Prairies: Or, The Journal of a Santa Fé Trader, During Eight ... - Page 54
de Josiah Gregg - 1844
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Commerce of the Prairies, Volume 2

Josiah Gregg - 1845
...them again, before the purchasers have been able to reach their homes. These parties of Cornancheros are usually composed of the indigent and rude classes...that they were four or five thousand in number, with pe?haps a thousand warriors, and that the fiery young men had once determined to follow and attack...
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Commerce of the Prairies: Or, The Journal of a Santa Fe Trader ..., Volume 2

Josiah Gregg - 1850
...of twenty dollars, with which he is content to wander about for several months, and glad to retuwi home with a mule or two, as the proceeds of his traffic....chiefs and sages had deterred them, by stating that our cannons could kill to the distance of many miles, and shoot through hills and rocks and destroy everything...
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Scenes and Incidents in the Western Prairies: During Eight Expeditions, and ...

Josiah Gregg - 1856
...few trinkets and trumperies of all kinds, and perhaps a bag of bread and may-be another of pi-nob, which they barter away to the savages for horses and...chiefs and sages had deterred them, by stating that our cannons could kill to the distance of many miles, and shoot through hills and rocks and destroy everything...
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Scenes and incidents in the western prairies: during eight ..., Volumes 1 à 2

Josiah Gregg - 1857
...Mexican wiseacre. A few days afterwards we were overtaken by a party of Comancheros, or Mexican Comaiiche traders, when we had the satisfaction of learning...chiefs and sages had deterred them, by stating that our cannons could kill to the distance of many miles, and shoot through hills and rocks and destroy everything...
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Early western travels, 1748-1846: a series of annotated reprints ..., Volume 20

Reuben Gold Thwaites - 1905
...which we took very frequently, as well as the course we were pursuing, completely contradicted the [54] Mexican wiseacre. A few days afterwards we were overtaken...chiefs and sages had deterred them, by stating that our cannons [55] could kill to the distance of many miles, and shoot through hills and rocks and destroy...
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Early Western Travels, 1748-1846: A Series of Annotated Reprints ..., Volume 20

Reuben Gold Thwaites - 1905
...them again, before the purchasers have been able to reach their homes. These parties of Comanckeros are usually composed of the indigent and rude classes...chiefs and sages had deterred them, by stating that our cannons [55] could kill to the distance of many miles, and shoot through hills and rocks and destroy...
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Early Western Travels, 1748-1846: A Series of Annotated Reprints ..., Volume 20

Reuben Gold Thwaites - 1905
...Red River, which Gregg here intends. For Llano Estacado, see his description post, p. 239. — ED. and glad to return home with a mule or two, as the...chiefs and sages had deterred them, by stating that our cannons [55] could kill to the distance of many miles, and shoot through hills and rocks and destroy...
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The XIT Ranch of Texas and the Early Days of the Llano Estacado

J. Evetts Haley - 1977 - 272 pages
...Canadian. In 1839 Gregg saw that the trader was "content to wander about for several months," finally to "return home with a mule or two, as the proceeds of his traffic." a But when the trade in stolen cattle and horses assumed greater proportions, definite meeting places...
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Comanche Society: Before the Reservation

Gerald Betty - 2005 - 252 pages
...individual Comanchero "very seldom exceeds the value of twenty dollars, with which he is content ... to return home with a mule or two, as the proceeds of his traff1c." Likewise, the Americans characterized the people involved in this trade as equally crude....
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