Chief Quanah Parker

Comanche Tribe- Native American Music

Another video of Comanche pics and film, and of course pics of Chief Quanah Parker,His was the last Another video of Comanche pics and film, and of course pics of Chief Quanah Parker,His was the last tribe in the Staked Plains to come into the reservation system. Chief Quanah Parker had white mother and son of Comanche Chief Peta Nocona Length: 00:03:24

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Quanah Parker (paused map) BEST Comanche Little Pony 1

READ ME.(Also see Comanche Little Pony 2 for additional info on Quanah Parker) COMANCHE HISTORY. (1) READ ME.(Also see Comanche Little Pony 2 for additional info on Quanah Parker) COMANCHE HISTORY. (1) Comancheria or Comanche Territory. The Kiowas and Plains Apache were defeated by the Sioux at the Battle of Greasy Grass and lost their land. They came to the Comanches, and the Koo.choo.tuh.kas, and the Yapai.tuh.kas, our northernmost bands, allowed them to settle on Comanche land, but it was still Comanche land. Maps indicating the Kiowas own some land in Comancheria are erroneous. They arrived with no horses. "When we first met you, you had dogs pulling your belongings.." - Comanche Chief Ten Bears to the Kiowa at the Medicine Lodge Treaty. The Southern Arapaho, and Southern Cheyenne also came to live in Comancheria after the Medicine Lodge Treaty of 1867, as did the Caddo, Delaware, Ft Sill Apache, Cherokee, Choctaw, and Chickasaw. The Wichitas and Comanches had been old allies since the 1700's and never fought each other; the Wichitas farmed in Comancheria.. The Wichita, once the most powerful tribe, now was peaceful to all. Prior to this, the Comanches defeated all comers who came to settle there. (2) World War II Monument to the Code Talkers - The last Comanche Code talker, Charles Chibitty passed away in recent years, the Simian was honored to be a pallbearer, as he and his family were my friends. I presented His Flag to the Family on behalf of the President of the United States. (3) Quanah Parker Monumental Gravestone - 100 years ago this year, Quanah Parker was ... Length: 00:10:22

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THE ART OF MS FRANCO - QUANAH PARKER

Bronze Sculpture set on a black marble and walnut base, 18 Bronze Sculpture set on a black marble and walnut base, 18" tall. To honor and to pay tribute to the Historical Figure of "QUANAH PARKER, LAST CHIEF OF THE COMANCHES" ( 1852 - 1910 ). The inscription on his tombstone reads : " RESTING HERE UNTIL DAY BREAKS AND SHADOWS FALL AND DARKNESS DISAPPEARS ". msfranco.com Length: 00:04:33

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Ink Fingertip Painting of Quanah Parker by Julie Rice

This is a fingertip painting demo featuring a white-on-black portrait of Quanah Parker, the last Com This is a fingertip painting demo featuring a white-on-black portrait of Quanah Parker, the last Comanche chief. Done by Finger Painting artist, Julie A. Rice. Length: 00:06:51

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Choctaw Bingo Ray Wylie Hubbard

I made this video. It's awesome. I love this song. (More Below) All of the places you hear about in I made this video. It's awesome. I love this song. (More Below) All of the places you hear about in this song are in Oklahoma aside from a couple of times where Dallas, Texas, Baxter Springs, Kansas, and Illinois are mentioned. All of the pictures you see are also in Oklahoma. Image Index: 1:07- Okie Noodling Tournament in Pauls Valley, OK 1:25- This guy in OK is literally driving down the road with a cow in the passenger seat. 2:16- My belt buckle (Actual limited addition belt buckle issued out when old Oklahoma governor George Nigh launched his campaign. 2:54- Actual working McDonalds in eastern Oklahoma. 3:22- Cherokee Indians in the 1500's. 3:36- Cherokee Trading Post in western Oklahoma (1960's) 3:54- Lake Texoma in southern Oklahoma. 4:15- Cherokee Nation Headquarters in Tahlequah, Ok. 4:55- Toby Kieth water tower in Moore, Ok. 5:02- view of downtown Oklahoma City skyline at the Land Run Monument section of lower Bricktown. 5:10- Kiamichi Mountains in southeastern Oklahoma. 5:52- Oklahoma Land Run 1889. 6:14- Watermelon Queen at the Watermelon Festival in Rush Springs, OK (Watermelon Capitol of the World.) 6:20- Lawn mower races in El Reno, OK. 6:37- Riverwalk in Bricktown (downtown) Oklahoma City. 6:43- Oklahoma City's own OKC Thunder (NBA) 6:53- OU Confederate Flag 7:20- Whale slide and park in eastern Oklahoma off Route 66. 7:25- Comanche Chief Quanah Parker. 7:29- Rush Springs Watermelon Festival 7:44- Cherokee Trading Post in western Oklahoma (Today) 7:45 ... Length: 00:06:17

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Old Fort Sill part 2 Cemetary

Graves of Comanche Chief Quanah Parker, his mother Cynthia Ann Parker and Kiowa chiefs. Graves of Comanche Chief Quanah Parker, his mother Cynthia Ann Parker and Kiowa chiefs. Length: 00:02:21

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Nocona Burgess - RARE Properties Art Gallery Jackson Hole

RARE Art Gallery of Jackson Hole - Artist Spotlight: Nocona Burgess is a Comanche Indian from Lawton RARE Art Gallery of Jackson Hole - Artist Spotlight: Nocona Burgess is a Comanche Indian from Lawton Oklahoma. He is the great-great grandson of Chief Quanah Parker and his father is the former chief of the Comanche tribe. He has traveled throughout his life and was given the opportunity to see and experience much of the country and all the different kinds of people. He has always been around art as he comes from a family of artists of many types. He felt he had no choice but to pursue art. It was in his blood. Length: 00:06:53

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Retire Chief Wahoo

Retire Chief Wahoo April 20-22 2012 Cleveland Vs Oakland Athletics UNA, AIM-WEST, Elders, the youth, Retire Chief Wahoo April 20-22 2012 Cleveland Vs Oakland Athletics UNA, AIM-WEST, Elders, the youth, disabled, Occupy movement, and others participated in a non-violent protest against the use of American Indians as mascots in sports, today at Oakland Coliseum where the Oakland A's played against the Cleveland Indians! Join us this Coming July 4th - July 6th for Occupy America's Past-Time Ending Racism Towards Indigenous People It's time for Major League Baseball to acknowledge and HONOR the Native American Baseball Players who broke the color barrier 48 years BEFORE the great Jackie Robinson ! We strongly encourage the leadership of Major League Baseball to recognize the demeaning nature of American Indian mascots as used by the Cleveland Indians and Atlanta Braves; to recognize that these images are stereotypes that portray American Indian people in a negative light; and recognize the removal of these mascots is beneficial to the American Indian community. July 4th - July 6th, 2012 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM MLB Comssioner's Office 245 Park Avenue New York, New York If you, your Tribal Nation, or organization are interested in joining us in Solidarity for this historic event, please join us in this call. We Currently Signing up proactive Volunteers to donate their time on the following committees, event coordinators, legal team and media support team, people who can leaflet copies of the event flier to help promote the event, Individuals to help with fundraising to help secure ... Length: 00:02:56

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Palo Duro Canyon State Park: camp, hike, bike, explore

Welcome to the Welcome to the "Grand Canyon of Texas." Palo Duro Canyon is approximately 120 miles long and 600 to 800 feed deep. It is the second largest canyon in the United States. You will enjoy camping, hiking, biking, and horseback riding in the area. "Palo Duro" is Spanish for "hard wood" in reference to the juniper trees common throughout the canyon. At the end of the video, I read a poem about the canyon by David Knape. See: poetrypoem.com PALO DURO CANYON sacred place of red rock and tumbled boulders scrub cedars wedged into rock cottonwoods fluttering along the prairie dog branch Spanish skirts flared to the sun the moon shining softly on the lighthouse trails leading into holy places buffalo skulls settler tombstones caves and crevices keeping the ancient beat of drums chants coming from the stone the ghost of Quanah Comanche dancers rattlesnake rattles in dry gulches secret shadows crossing the canyon echoing time wild winds sweeping round the rim whistling through the narrows whispering Palo Duro Palo Duro. Videography by Ken Kramm, April 2012: Canon Vixia HF S20, Canon PowerShot SX10IS, GoPro HERO2, Final Cut Pro X. Creative Commons music: Techno Twan by Spinmeister CCZero (no copyright), ccmixter.org Native Drum Loop by Sandyrb, www.freesound.org Creative Commons picture of Wester Diamondback Rattlesnake by Clinton & Charles Robertson: commons.wikimedia.org , Public Domain Picture of Chief Quanah Parker of the Kwahadi Comanche NAI 530911 en.wikipedia.org Public Domain ... Length: 00:03:53

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