QUANAH PARKER

PHOTOS

 

ERWIN E. SMITH COLLECTION

AMON CARTER MUSEUM

FORT WORTH, TX

 

Chief Quanah Parker, last Chief of the Comanche Tribe, with three of his wives, Erwin Smith and others at the Matador Ranch.

[Parker in dark suit in center, his wives were in the rig back of him.]  1910 

Chief Quanah Parker, famous half-breed Comanche Indian, with three of his eight wives, saying goodbye after a visit to the Matador Ranch,

Matador Ranch, Texas.  1910

Chief Quanah Parker, famous mixed-blood Comanche, with three of his wives, paying a visit to the Matador Ranch, Texas.  1910

Quanah Parker, Comanche Chief, and three of seven wives somewhere in the Southwest.  1910

Quanah Parker
 

Matador Ranch - Matador, TX

Quanah's visit was a return home, the plains, country he once freely roamed.  The ranch is located

approximately 150 miles west-southwest of Cache, OK or 75 miles southwest of Quanah, TX.

 

MATADOR RANCH WEB SITE

 

AMON CARTER MUSEUM WEB SITE

 

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