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QUANAH PARKER—KWAHADI COMANCHE Comanche Chief Quanah was the son of white captive Cynthia Ann Parker, who raised him to respect his Indian heritage. In his late 20s, he fought to resist the intrusion of the buffalo hunters into Comanche territory, leading his warriors at the famous Battle of Adobe Walls.

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Native American Symbol – Peyote (Water) Bird Colors

The peyote bird, AKA snake bird and water turkey, is associated with the Native American Church and the ritual use of peyote there by the church members.

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Quannah Parker (1845 or 1852-1911) Chief of Quahada tribe of the Comanches. Born to Comanche Chief Peta Nocona and Cynthia Ann Parker at Lagunas Sabinas (Cedar Lake, Gaines County, Texas). Parker led the battle of Adobe Walls in which he was wounded. In later years, on the Comanche reservation near Anadarko, Oklahoma, he became a respected and wealthy cattleman and met President Theodore Roosevelt. Quanah Parker,was a Comanche war chief, a leader in the Native American Church and the last…

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