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by Margaret Carver Leighton

eBook Comanche of the Seventh download ISBN: 0425021289
Author: Margaret Carver Leighton
Publisher: Berkley Pub. Corp; First Thus edition (1972)
Language: English
ePub: 1267 kb
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Comanche of the Seventh Mass Market Paperback – 1972. by Margaret Carver Leighton (Author). After his death in 1890, the horse was dissected and can now be seen in the Natural History Museum of the Kansas University.

Comanche of the Seventh Mass Market Paperback – 1972.

Book combines horse lore and life in the cavalry A little gem about the horse named 'Comanche', the only survivor of the Little Big Horn battle (1876)

Book combines horse lore and life in the cavalry. Story of Comanche, who was the only survivor of General Custer's last stand at the battle of the Little Big Horn. A little gem about the horse named 'Comanche', the only survivor of the Little Big Horn battle (1876).

Comanche of the Seventh. by. Leighton, Margaret Carver.

Margaret Carver Leighton (December 20, 1896 - June 19, 1987) was an American children's writer. Leighton was born in Oberlin, Ohio. She attended schools in Cambridge, Massachusetts; France; and Switzerland while her father was on sabbatical in those countries. degree from Radcliffe College in 1918. On May 5, 1921, Margaret married James Herbert Leighton. They had four children: James Herbert, Mary, Thomas Carver, and Sylvia. Leighton's husband died in 1935.

Comanche of the Seventh book. Born in Ohio, Margaret Leighton Carver was educated in France and Switzerland, and was graduated from Radcliffe College. After her husband's death in 1935, she moved to Santa Monica and began writing for young adults, both fiction and nonfiction. Books by Margaret Leighton

Margaret Carver Leighton (December 20, 1896- June 19, 1987) was an American children’s author.

Margaret Carver Leighton (December 20, 1896- June 19, 1987) was an American children’s author. She was a member of the Westfield, New Jersey Board of Education from 1930-1934, a member of the Santa Monica, California, Public Library Board of Trustees, the Authors League of America, and . serving as president at the Los Angeles center from 1957-1959. Margaret Carver Leighton died on June 19, 1987, in Santa Monica, California. to the Margaret Carver Leighton Papers, Washington State University.

Margaret Carver Leighton died on June 19, 1987, in Santa Monica . Comanche of the Seventh (1957). The Secret of Smuggler's Cove (1959). Guide to the Margaret Carver Leighton papers at the University of Minnesota.

Margaret Carver Leighton died on June 19, 1987, in Santa Monica, California. Junior High School Plays: Ten Short Plays on the American Epic (1938). The Secret of the Old House (1941). Twelve Bright Trumpets (1942, published in England as The Conqueror, and Other Tales from the Middle Ages ). The Secret of the Closed Gate (1944). Journey for a Princess (1960).

by Margaret Leighton. Select Format: Hardcover. Format:Mass Market Paperback. Release Date:January 1972.

The true story of a great horse, the only survivor of Custer's Last Stand. Here is horse lore at its best.
Comments: (4)
Truthcliff
I had read this book as a child and had forgotten how truly unique and excellent it really was!
After I visited the actual Little Big Horn I re-read and found out how accurate it was for its time and what an awesome story it really was!
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I read this in middle school and loved it so much, it's now a standard gift for kids in that age range. The understanding of history that this book conveys has stuck with me for 30 years.
Just_paw
A little gem about the horse named 'Comanche', the only survivor of the Little Big Horn battle (1876). After his death in 1890, the horse was dissected and can now be seen in the Natural History Museum of the Kansas University.
Very Old Chap
I read this when I was 10 it set off a lifelong love and study of the Little Big Horn and Custer and the Indian wars. Now at 58 I want to give it to my grandkids