Quanah Parker to Governor Campbell, 1909 | TSLAC
Native American Relations Quanah Parker to Governor Campbell, 1909 Back to "Native American Relations" Restoration of Fort Parker, near present-day Groesbeck, Texas, from which Cynthia Ann Parker was captured by Comanches on May 19, 1836. Cynthia Ann Parker was 9 or 10 when she and her brother John were captured by Comanches. Her brother was eventually ransomed, but Cynthia
Wanada Parker Page (1887-1970) - Find A Grave...
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...
Historic Event, 1890s, Ft. Sill, Oklahoma
needs to be viewed large--notes are significant also--many notable historic figures in picture--scan of a scan, poor quality--NOT my photograph--this is a copy of a friend's image
Following the Trail of Quanah Parker - True West Magazine
This is surreal-and, no, I’m not stoned on peyote. I’m at a Cache, Oklahoma, trading post, a 1970s-era cinderblock building […]
The Quanah Route: a Texas Short Line Railroad
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