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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. He was never captured by the Army, but decided to

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

1905 photo Shows Chief Quanah Parker with three of his wives, a son and a baby in a cradleboard. Parker, a Native American Comanche chief led the last .

Geronimo (Apache), Quanah Parker (Comanche/Scots-Irish) - 1905

Geronimo (Apache), Quanah Parker (Comanche/Scots-Irish) - ** I love this photo. What a wonderful piece of history.

Quanah Parker and two of his wives named Topay and Chonie - Comanche - circa 1890

Quanah Parker and two of his wives named Topay and Chonie - Comanche - circa 1890 Son of Cynthia Ann Parker (supposed to be kin to my mother's side of the family)

Chief Naiche (ca. 1857-1919). Final hereditary chief of the Chiricahua band of Apache. Naiche was the youngest son of Cochise and Dos-teh-seh. His older brother was Chief Taza. Naiche was a tall, handsome man with a dignified bearing. Upon the death of his father Cochise, Taza became the chief, but he died only two years later and the office went to Naiche. In the 1880s, Naiche and Geronimo successfully went to war together. Naiche died on March 16, 1919 in Mescalero, New Mexico.

Chief Naiche (ca. Final hereditary chief of the Chiricahua band of Apache. Naiche was the youngest son of Cochise and Dos-teh-seh. His older brother was Chief Taza.

Quanah (aka Fragrance, aka Quanah Parker) - Comanche/Scots-Irish - circa 1892

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. He was never captured by the Army, but decided to

Native American map. found via tairrastrange. [Only a few of hundreds of tribal groups are shown.]

Native American map

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