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Chief Quanah Parker, famous half-white, half Comanche Indian, visit to the Matador Ranch, Texas. 1910 Photos Erwin E. Smith Collection, Amon Carter Museium ...

Last great chief of the North American Comanche indian tribe Quanah Parker (c. 1840

Children of Quanah Parker – Comanche – 1892 Amazing photo!

Empire of the Summer Moon: Quanah Parker and the Rise and Fall of the Comanches, the Most Powerful Indian Tribe in American History

Quanah Parker was the last chief of the Comanches — and the son

Quanah Parker with three wives, a son and a baby - Comanche - 1905

1892 - Quanah Parker and his wife Tonasa. He was Comanche/Scots-Irish from the Comanche band Noconis, Comanche chief, leader in the Native American Church, ...

Quanah Parker's daughter by cindy

Empire of the Summer Moon: Quanah Parker and the Rise and Fall of the Comanches

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Empire of the Summer Moon: Quanah Parker and the Rise and Fall of the Comanches

For info on the exceptional traveling exhibit on Quanah Parker, go to www.texaslakestrail.com.

Woonary Parker, daughter of Comanche Chief Quanah Parker - 1892 Native American Children, Native

Quanah Parker, Comanche Chief (The Oklahoma Western Biographies Book 6) - Kindle edition by William T. Hagan. Politics & Social Sciences Kindle eBooks ...

Quanah Parker and two of his wives

Western Texas College Announces “Quanah Parker” Dedication Ceremony

... two members of the Quanah Parker Trail steering committee, and members of the Floyd County Historical Commission. Photographs by Holle Humphries.

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ComancheVictorySong by Painter/Comanche Artist - Quanah Parker Burgess kK

Chief Quanah Parker's legacy is intricately linked to the history of the Trail and the Fort Worth cattle industry. The Chisholm Trail drove through Comanche ...

Photograph by Darren Braun

Following the Trail of Quanah Parker

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Quanah Parker

Quanah Parker was the last Chief of the Commanches and never lost a battle to the white man. His tribe roamed over the area where Pampas stands.

Quanah (aka Fragrance, aka Quanah Parker) - Comanche/Scots-Irish -

Beilue: Quanah Parker's great-great-great grandson ready to run to honor the great Comanche

From Wednesday's museum tours and banquet program, through Thursday's informative sessions and evening entertainment, to Friday's hands-on session to help ...

Quanah Parker ¤ Obituary dated 2-24-1911 Native American Spirituality, Native American

Quanah Parker, son of Fragrant Parker, Comanche chief

Woodrow House Bed and Breakfast Lubbock, TX March 21th-23th, 2014

Chief Quanah Parker

Ardith Parker-Leming (center) and other members of the Quanah Parker family assisted in dedicating three Quanah Parker Trail giant arrow markers in Wheeler ...

The Last Comanche Chief: The Life and Times of Quanah Parker

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The event was made possible by the generous financial assistance and volunteer help of numerous organizations and individuals, including our sponsors:

The current Featured Collection in the Reference Reading Room, Architecture of Texas and Beyond, covers the stories and history of significant spaces across ...

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Mary Jane Young, director of the Wichita Brazos Museum

According to Mary Graves, president of the Texas Historic Tree Coalition, the nonprofit works for the Comanches to help find and research potential Indian ...


Young Comanche girls, appearing to be in their teens. Native American Children, Native

Welcome to Montevista Rehabilitation and Skilled Care. West Lawton Senior Living

This video highlights three romantic places to stay in Oklahoma.

Follow the Quanah Parker Trail of Arrows. The ...

Quanah Parker on horseback wearing eagle feather headdress and holding a lance bottom-up.

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The war bonnet, war lance, and head feathers of Comanche Chief Quanah Parker can be seen at the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum in Canyon.

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Historic Iroquois and Wabanaki Beadwork: Historic Images of Kahnawake

Captain Burnett with Quanah Parker.

That question compelled one woman down a path that, today, honors historical female leaders.

Kim's Cottages, Canadian, Texas

Building Photo - The Heights at Campfire Crossing

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Nocona Burgess, Quanah in Red Tie, acrylic, 14 x 11.

And passed a number of the Quanah Parker Trail Arrows which mark sites where the Comanche Indians and their last Chief, Quanah Parker, lived, traveled, ...

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An old photograph of Yellow Buffalo Bull - Ponca 1914. Native American Men, Native

Clubhouse - The Mansions at Spring Creek

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Everything that's old is new again, or so the saying goes, and that's certainly the case with our old pal Corduroy. Fifty years after the inquisitive teddy ...

Ermine Skin (aka Jean Babtiste Ermineskin) - Cree - no date Native American Photos

Achomawi mother and child (The North American Indian, v. XIII. Norwood,

Memorial in Palo Duro Canyon, Texas for Comanche Chief Quanah Parker, son of captured

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Amazon.com: Ride the Wind: A Novel (9780345325228): Lucia St. Clair Robson: Books

Needle Parker (a daughter of Quanah Parker) - Comanche - circa 1899 beautiful story!

Buffalo Trail: A Novel of the American West (A Cash McLendon Novel): Jeff Guinn: 9780399165429: Amazon.com: Books

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redintoothandclaw: Unnamed Beaver (Danezaa) chief and his family in the Peace River area

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Trail of Tears: The Rise and Fall of the Cherokee Nation: Amazon.co.uk: John Ehle: 9780385239547: Books

The Comanches: A History, 1706-1875 (Studies in the Anthropology of North American Indians): Thomas W. Kavanagh: 9780803277922: Amazon.com: Books

Mary Christianne Paul-Morris with adopted son Joe - Mi'kmaq – 1865

Indian Designs of the Eastern Woodlands Native American Design, Native American Beadwork, Native Beadwork

The Pacifist Preacher & Quanah Parker

Did you know the name "Texas" comes from a Caddoan Indian word? It is a Spanish corruption of the Caddo word Taysha, which means "friend.