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    • Topai, one of Quanah Parker's wives

    • Portrait of Topai, a Native American Comanche woman and wife of Quanah Parker, a Comanche Chief, who led the last tribe in the Staked Plain to come into the reservation system. She wears a patterned dress, shawl and braids tied with ribbons;...
    • Swett, Sergeant.
    • [1926?]
    • At grave of Quanah

    • Native American Comanche pose at Quanah Parker's memorial inside a fence decorated with a wreath, Post Oak Mission Cemetery, near Cache, Oklahoma. They include: "from left to right: Tuas-ye-ah, Quannah [sic] Parker's grand daughter, Alberta Clark,...
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    • [1926?]
    • Two wives of Quanah Parker - Topay & Tonicy

    • Topay and Tonicy, two Native American Comanche women, wives of Quanah Parker, pose beside his memorial inside a fence decorated with a wreath, Post Oak Cemetery, near Cache, Oklahoma. Inscription on granite headstone reads: "Resting Here Until Day...
    • Swett, Sergeant.
    • [1926?]
    • The Parker family at the Parker Monument unveiling

    • View of the crowd gathered for the unveiling of the Parker Monument, Post Oak Mission Cemetery, near Cache, Oklahoma, includes Native American Comanches, some of the wives and other family members of Quanah Parker, and white people.
    • Swett, Sergeant.
    • [1926?]
    • Home of Quanah Parker

    • View of Quanah Parker's two-story frame house (Star House) with three of his seven wives, a Black man, Quanah, and two friends posing on balcony near Cache, Oklahoma. The Native American Comanche chief led the last tribe in the Staked Plain to come...
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    • [between 1895 and 1900?]
    • Quanah Parker's family

    • 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 tribe in the Staked Plain to come into the reservation system, wears a suit and hat. His wives are wrapped...
    • Lambert, Alexander.
    • 1905
    • Indian girls at Parker monument

    • Eva Wymnerchy, a Native American Comanche young woman, signs "Nearer My God to Thee" dressed in a fringed dress with leggings, moccasins and a beaded headband, Post Oak Mission Cemetery, near Cache, Oklahoma. A group of girls and young women...
    • Swett, Sergeant.
    • [1926?]
    • Comanche men

    • Outdoor view of three Native American men: Charles Ohetant (Kiowa) Quanah Parker and Ahko Watchymamsookwat (Comanche), wearing buckskin shirts, leggings, breechcloths, and feathers and animal skin in their hair. They hold feather fans.
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    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • Comanches singing at Parker Monument, at the unveiling

    • Native American Comanche men, women and children sing at the unveiling of the Parker monument, Post Oak Mission Cemetery, near Cache, Oklahoma. The woman on the left is Nemaruihitsi and the man in braids is Nahwooksy. Men in uniforms sit in the...
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    • [1926?]
    • Home of Quanah Parker, near Cache, Okla.

    • View over Quanah Parker's two-story frame house (Star House) with a wraparound balcony and a fenced yard, near Cache, Oklahoma. The Native American Comanche chief led the last tribe in the Staked Plain to come into the reservation system.
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    • [between 1900 and 1926?]
    • Quassiah at Parker Monument

    • Quas-sah-yah, (Quassiah) a Native American Comanche man and close friend of Quanah Parker speaks at a podium with an interpreter at his side, during the unveiling of the Parker Monument, Post Oak Mission Cemetery, near Cache, Oklahoma.
    • Swett, Sergeant.
    • [1926?]
    • Andrew Perd A Sof Py (Comanche)

    • Three-quarters standing outdoor portrait of Andrew Perd A Sof Py, a Native American Comanche man wearing a animal fur cap, shirt with neck scarf, blanket wrap and holding a feather fan and rattle at the monument dedication of Quanah Parker near...
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    • [1911 or 1926?]
    • Quanah Parker

    • Head and shoulders portrait of Chief Quanah Parker, a Native American Comanche chief led the last tribe in the Staked Plain to come into the reservation system. Parker wears a buckskin shirt with a neck scarf and animal fur wrapped braids.
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    • [between 1940 an 1970?]
    • Quanah Parker

    • Seated side studio portrait of Chief Quanah Parker, a Native American Comanche chief led the last tribe in the Staked Plain to come into the reservation system. Parker wears a buckskin shirt and leggings, moccasins, a neck scarf, animal fur wrapped...
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    • [between 1870 and 1880?]
    • Cynthia Ann Parker

    • Portrait of Cynthia Ann Parker, a white woman nursing her baby, Prairie Flower (Toposannah). Parker was captured by Native American Comanches as a teenager, later married Chief Peta Nocona and bore children including Quanah Parker, the last...
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    • [between 1860 and 1870?]
    • Adobe Walls battlefield

    • View of the battlefield of Adobe Walls near Stinnett, Texas, where Native American (Kiowa) men lead by Quanah Parker fought General Nelson A. Miles' troops. A mesa overlooks the prairie landscape.
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    • 1935
    • Quanah Parker

    • Seated portrait of Quanah Parker, the last Native American Comanche Chief, posed with an umbrella, wearing leggings, cotton shirt, vest, blanket around his waist, moccasins, wrapped braids, and a feather in his hair.
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    • [between 1940 and 1970]

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