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Quanah Parker, a Kwahadi Comanche chief; full-length, standing in front of tent. Photographed by            Lanney. Read EMPIRE OF THE SUMMER MOON.Also, RIDE THE WIND His  mother Cynthia Ann Parker was captured by the Commanche att a young age, lived among them for years.

Quanah Parker, a Kwahadi Comanche chief; full-length, standing in front of tent. A respected leader of the Comanche, Quanah Parker is an important character towards the end of the book "Nine Years among the Indians" by Herman Lehmann.

Salish chief wore a headdress of highly prized golden eagle feathers, which signify that he was oiutstanding in battle. A complete tail of twelve eagle feathers could be traded for a pony - Native American

NA Indian * Chief Eagle ~ Salish chief; wore a headdress of highly prized golden eagle feathers, which signify that he was oiutstanding in battle. A complete tail of twelve eagle feathers could be traded for a pony ~ Artist by: steeelll *

Peta Nocona (died 1864) the son of the Comanche chief, Iron Jacket, husband of Cynthia Ann Parker, and father of three children, Quanah, Pecos and Topsannah. He was a chief of the Comanche band, Noconi and led his tribe during the extensive Indian Wars in Texas from the 1830s-1860.

Peta Nocona (died was a chief of the Comanche band Noconi. He led his tribe during the extensive Indian Wars in Texas from the to He was the son of the Comanche chief Iron Jacket and father of chief Quanah Parker.

Cynthia Ann Parker was captured by Comanches at age 9. She was adopted by the Comanche and lived with them for 24 years, completely forgetting her white ways. She married chief Peta Nocona and had three children with him, including the last free Comanche chief Quanah Parker. She was "rescued" at age 34, by the Texas Rangers. She spent the remaining 10 years of her life refusing to adjust to life in white society.

Cynthia Ann Parker was captured at the age of nine by a Comanche war band. She married Peta Nocona, and had three children including the Comanche chief Quanah Parker

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"Navajo Boy" Photo taken by Carl Moon circa Mr. Moon captured many Native Americans on film while traveling through Arizona.

“ Olive Oatman - “The first white tattooed woman in the history of the United States.” ”

Olive Oatman was "the first white tattooed woman in the history of the United States." ~ Olive Oatman was 13 when she travelled from Illinois to California with her Mormon family. On the journey, the family wer

Crow Indians horseback. No date. Photographer unidentified. (B/W copy)

"Crow Warriors On Horseback". Bird on the Ground and Forked Iron dressed in Traditional Native American style. Crow Warriors On Horseback. It was taken in 1908 by Edward S.

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