Comanche indians

Learn about the rich history and culture of the Comanche Indians. Discover their traditions, lifestyle, and contributions to American history.
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The Comanche were one of the first tribes to acquire the horse from the Spanish, through trade and raiding. They considered the horse a relative and a great gift from the Creator. Today the image of Indians on horseback is iconic. But Native Americans never set eyes on a horse before the 1400s when Europeans brought them to the New World as a weapon of conquest. The Comanche and other native peoples adapted the horse as a powerful ally in the fight to protect their land and way of life. The…

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10 Facts About the Feared Comanche Tribe - Toptenz.net American Indians, North America, Native American Tribes, Plains Indians, Indian Tribes, Native American Projects, Native American, Indians, Quanah

Native American tribes were plentiful and varied, with different cultures and ways of life. Some were more sedentary and with a focus on agriculture, while others were more nomadic, hunting bison and pronghorn antelope on the vast expanses of the Great Plains. But even though they are often seen as noble savages, driven back from their lands and pushed to the brink of existence by the expansionist Europeans, many Native American tribes were as savage and as warmongering as they were made out…

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The following obituary was sent by Lisa Stalnaker (#46893021): The Lawton Constitution Wednesday, October 27, 1971 Page 18, columns 1-4 SERVICES PENDING FOR WANADA PARKER PAGE Services are pending at Greenlawn Funeral Home for Mrs. Wanada Parker Page, 89, of Lawton. The last surviving daughter of Comanche Indian... Maori, Fotos, Native American Girls, Native American Women, Native American, Quanah, Native American Photos, Fotografia, Native American Pictures

The following obituary was sent by Lisa Stalnaker (#46893021): The Lawton Constitution Wednesday, October 27, 1971 Page 18, columns 1-4 SERVICES PENDING FOR WANADA PARKER PAGE Services are pending at Greenlawn Funeral Home for Mrs. Wanada Parker Page, 89, of Lawton. The last surviving daughter of Comanche Indian...

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Sacred, awe-inspiring and fantastical works of art that held great power for Native AmericansPerhaps the most iconic insignia of Native American dress recognized by the rest of the world is the Plains Indian warbonnet. It is a magnificent creation that was considered sacred and represented status, leadership and bravery. The warbonnets were viewed as regal and awe-inspiring, and whites especially were fascinated by the ferocity they symbolized.Native headdresses, in fact, are found in…

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Scott Riley
10 Most Famous Comanche Chiefs - Have Fun With History Native Americans, Indiana, Oklahoma, India, Native American Indians, Quanah Parker, North American Indians, Native Indian, American Indians

The Comanches were a Native American tribe who lived in North America’s Great Plains region, which included sections of modern-day Texas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Kansas, Colorado, and Wyoming. The Comanches were a formidable Plains tribe famed for their superb riding, hunting abilities, and warrior culture. During their history, the Comanche people were led by a ... Read more

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