Published in 2010, Myth, Memory, and Massacre examines the true story of the Texas Ranger and U.S. Cavalry raid on a Comanche hunting camp in 1860, where Rangers captured 34-year-old Naudah, or Cynthia Ann Parker, and separated her from her Native American family. Crum lives in Hood County where he served as state district judge. He is a director for both the East and West Texas Historical Associations. Carlson is professor emeritus of history at Texas Tech University in Lubbock.
Tom Crum and Paul H. Carlson review Myth, Memory, and Massacre, The Pease River Capture of Cynthia Ann Parker
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