|Black Fox (1972) [Novel]|
by Matt Braun
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(From the publisher):
For decades the Texas plains ran with the blood of natives and settlers, as pioneers carved out ranch land from ancient Indian hunting grounds and the U.S. Army turned the tide of battle. Now the Civil War has begun, and the Army is pulling out of Fort Belknap - giving the Comanches a new chance for victory and revenge.
Led by the remarkable warrior, Little Buffalo, the Comanche and the Kiowa are united in a campaign to wipe out the settlers forever. But in their way stand two remarkable men...
Allan Johnson is a former plantation owner. Britt Johnson was once his family slave, now a freed man facing a new kind of hatred on the frontier. Together, with a rag-tag volunteer army, they'll stand up for their hopes and dreams in a journey of courage and conscience that will lead to victory... or death.
Original title: Black Fox
Genre: Fiction→ Western→ Land Rush
Fiction→ Western→ Texas And Mexico