The allies next camped in Comanche country on the Llano River outside of Fredericksburg, Texas. Most likely, the Comanches were allies at this point
-- few groups would have dared stay in the region had the situation been otherwise. The eastern Comanches, who lived on the Texas frontier, may have been especially drawn to Coacoochee's vision of a confederation for self-defense against encroaching whites.
Sources: Foreman Five 262, Banta 54-55, Webb 133-34.
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