Bam White ：They were moving from the high desert chill of Las Animas, Colorado, to Littlefield, Texas, south of Amarillo, to start anew.. Bam White was a ranch hand, a lover of horses and empty skies.
Archaeologists: were just starting to sort through a lost village, a place where natives.
The Spanish: They brought horses, which had the same effect on the Plains Indian economy as railroads did on Anglo villages in the Midwest.
Comanche: They migrated out of eastern Wyoming, Shoshone people who had lived in the upper Platte River drainage. With horses, the Comanche moved south, hunting and raiding over a huge swath of the southern plains.
Texas Rangers : They were organized by the Republic of Texas to go after the Indians.” They made sorrow come into our camps,” said Comanche leader.
Ten Bears: He said：‘I was born upon the prairie where the wind blew free, and there was nothing to break the light of the sun. I want to die there, and not within walls…’
Nesters and Cowboys : They hated each other : each side thought the other was trying to run other was off the land.
Dr. George Waller Dawson : Always wore a brass spittoon nearby for his tobacco habit.
Willie Catherine : She was the finest-looking woman in the Panhandle. She won a diamond ring as prize for being voted the most beautiful woman at this place.
C-note: He was Uncle Dick’s heater, his blanket. His family was often broke.
Boise City ’s developers: They sent fliers all over the country lie to people. The developers were arrested for fraud.
Hazel Lucas: She is a daring little girl with straw-colored hair. Hazel Lucas got up on the tips of her toes in the horse-drawn wagon to stare into an abyss of beige.
Charles Shaw: He was a schoolteacher. He was Hazel Lucas’s husband.
Andy James : He tried to hit a vein of oil, to find one strike that would keep the family on the ranch. They borrowed again from a bank that already had taken back much of the ranch.
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