Quanah: Eagle of the Comanches

Quanah Eagle of the Comanches Biography of Quanah Parker the last of the Comanche war chiefs He was a Comanche warrior and political leader who served as the official principal chief of his tribe He was the son of Peta Nacona a

  • Title: Quanah: Eagle of the Comanches
  • Author: Zoe A. Tilghman
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 157
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Biography of Quanah Parker, the last of the Comanche war chiefs He was a Comanche warrior and political leader who served as the official principal chief of his tribe He was the son of Peta Nacona, a Comanche chief and Cynthia Ann Parker, a white captive of the Comanches Little is known about him until 1875 when his band of Quahada Comanche surrendered at Ft Sill OklahBiography of Quanah Parker, the last of the Comanche war chiefs He was a Comanche warrior and political leader who served as the official principal chief of his tribe He was the son of Peta Nacona, a Comanche chief and Cynthia Ann Parker, a white captive of the Comanches Little is known about him until 1875 when his band of Quahada Comanche surrendered at Ft Sill Oklahoma as a result of the Red River War After the surrender Quanah worked with the military and Indian Agents in settling the Comanche on a reservation in Indian Territory This preferment and his own ability soon enabled Parker to rise to paramount influence within his tribe and dealing with whites.

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