OUT OF PRINT The Comanche is part of The True Book Series about American Indian Nations. This book describes the traditional culture and history of the Comanche. The first chapter describes how the separation of a group of Shoshone of the Great Basin travelled to the Plains and became the people known as the Comanche. The remainder of the book describes the Comanche lifestyle, spiritual beliefs, and horse culture. The final chapter describes the changes brought by the Europeans and the contemporary lifestyle of the Comanche today. During World War ll, Comanche men enlisted in the US army and served as code talkers. The Comanche people maintain their traditional cultural beliefs and many participate in special gatherings such as powwows. The final sections of the book provide a glossary, index, suggested readings, and websites for further information. Overall this book is suitable for students in grades three to five.