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Quahna Parker
Thu Aug 27, 2015 3:33 am by Admin


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Native American Wedding Bands
Tue Jul 05, 2011 8:10 am by Admin
Native American Wedding Bands
Tribal customs are diverse and highly spiritual.


Native American wedding bands are rich in spiritual and cultural symbolism and make lovely symbols of a couple's love for one another.
Native American Jewelry

Because Native American tribes did not typically smelt metal for jewelry, wedding rings are not an ancient custom for many native peoples. On the other hand, …


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Quahna Parker Facts
Thu Jun 30, 2011 10:44 am by Admin
Birth: unknown
Death: Feb. 23, 1911

Native
American Folk Figure. He is often referred to as the last Chief of the
Comanches, but the truth of the matter is that the Comanche people never
elected him as a chief. In fact there was no such thing as Chief of the
Comanches. Each band of Comanches had their own chief. After the
surrender of the Comanche …


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Quahna Parker
Thu Jun 30, 2011 10:25 am by Admin


CEDAR LAKEOR LAGUNA SABINAS. Largest Alkali Lake on Plains; old Indian camp and burial site; birthplace of Quanah Parker.
A skirmish between Indians and United States Cavalry under command of
Lieutenant John L. Bullis took place here in October, 1875.




MONUMENT ERECTED 1936



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