The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 59, July 1955 - April, 1956 Page: 15
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Indian Raids on the Lower Rio Grande, 1836-r837 1
they came into the Missouri territory, they pressed the "nations
of the north"-the Osages, the Wichitas, and related tribes-down
toward the Red, the Colorado, and the Brazos rivers, forcing the
Comanches in turn southward onto the Apaches;5 and both ulti-
mately were moved further southward. A third possibility, ad-
,Herbert Eugene Bolton, Texas in the Middle Eighteenth Century; Studies in
Spanish Colonial History and Administration (Berkeley, 1915), 3-4. By the spring
of 1836 the southern limit of the Comanche territory was near San Antonio and
Fredericksburg. Ernest Wallace and E. Adamson Hoebel, The Comanches: Lords
of the South Plains (Norman, 1952), 12.
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