Trail of the Spanish Bit

Trail of the Spanish Bit

Book - 1987
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"Trail of the Spanish Bit begins the saga of the Elk-Dog People, the first Native Americans of the Central Plains to tame the horse for use in hunting and in warring. Juan Garcia rode as an arrogant conquistador into the heart of an unexplored continent. One day, on a lone patrol, he was injured and lost. He knew that his chances of survival were pretty grim. But what happened to Juan Garcia on that day changed him forever. The Indians who called themselves ?the People? healed him and showed him their ways. In return, he brought them the Spanish Bit - a talisman that transformed their society." -- Google books.
Publisher: New York City, New York : Bantam Books, a division of Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group Inc., 1987.
Edition: Bantam edition
Copyright Date: ©1980
ISBN: 9780385151788
Characteristics: 214 pages ;,18 cm.


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