Links to Sites about the Comanche Tribe by Phil Konstantin -
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Sites With Information About the Comanche Tribe

These are listed in alphabetical order based on their website address.

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  1. Comanche Gap
    about this Indian Trail
  2. Comanche Peak
    info on this Texas landmark
  3. Comanche Village Massacre
    in Mitchell Coutny, Texas
  4. Comanche War Trail
    marker near Odessa, Texas
  5. Comanche Indian Treaty
    info on this 1847 Texas landmark
  6. Comanche Trail Through Palo Pinto County
    info on this Texas landmark
  7. Comanche War Trail
    info on this Texas landmark
  8. Indian Raid in Comanche
    info on this Texas landmark
  9. Penateka Comanches
    info on this Texas landmark
  10. Comanche
    from Wikipedia
  11. The Comanche Indians and Texas
    brief article
  12. Comanche Indians
    article with nlots of links to non-Comanche sites
  13. Comanche
    article and photo album
  14. Comanche
    from ES Curtis
  15. Comanche Indian History
    article from a genealogy site
  16. Comanche Drumsong
    an article by Jonathan C. Donley
  17. comanche indians social studies
    their computer can be a bit slow, at times
  18. Comanche Indian - Fierce Warriors of the Southern Plains
    article, links & pictures
  19. THE COMANCHE CODE TALKERS
    picture and article
  20. A Comanche History
    article and band names
  21. Comancheria
    one of Quohadi's excellent sites...about the area where they lived, great map
  22. The Great Chiefs Of The Numunuh
    more info
  23. Comanche Museum
    Chief Ten Bears Speaks
    part of one of his speeches
  24. NAGPRA NOTICES OF INVENTORY COMPLETION: Native American Human Remains and Associated Funerary Objects from the State of Texas in the Possession of The Fort Hood Archeological Laboratory, Ft. Hood, TX
    the title says it all
  25. Comanche - Crystlinks
    article & picture
  26. History Of Cynthis Ann Parker
    about Quanah's mother
  27. Comanche People
    a variety of short articles
  28. Learn The History Of The Comanche Indians
    short article from Glenn Welker's site
  29. Comanche Indian Tribe
    another article from a genealogy website
  30. The Comanche Indians - Horsemen of the Plains
    article with pictures
  31. The Comanche Indians acquired horses and were able to migrate and hunt better
    brief article
  32. CONSTITUTION OF THE COMANCHE INDIAN TRIBE OF OKLAHOMA
    a transcript of it
  33. THE COMANCHES IN TEXAS
    info and pictures
  34. Cynthia Ann Parker - Comanche (Adopted)
    short article about Quanah Parker's mother
  35. Comanche
    an article from a genealogy site
  36. Comanche Indians
    short article & picture
  37. Comanche
    article and quotes
  38. Quanah Parker: Last Of The Comanches
    old book at Google
  39. The Texas Comanches
    article, pictures and a map
  40. Comanche History
    by Lee Sultzman
  41. Comanche Indians
    detailed info from the Handbook of Texas Online (HTO) site
  42. COUNCIL HOUSE FIGHT
    about this fight
  43. Comanche Indian Reservation
    from the HTO site
  44. YAMPARIKA INDIANS
    "(Yapa, Ditsakana) Indians were one of the most populous of the Comanche bands"
  45. Comanche Creek
    how this Texas waterway got its name
  46. TANIMA INDIANS
    "(Danemme, Teneme, Tiniema) Indians were a Comanche band"
  47. TENAWA INDIANS
    "(Denavi, Tanewa, Tannewish, Tenawit, Tenhua) Indians were a Comanche band"
  48. Comanche Trail
    from the HTO site
  49. Medicine Mounds
    from the HTO site
  50. The Battle of Blanco Canyon
    about this event
  51. Nelson Lee
    analysis of the writings of a "so-called" authority on the Comanches
  52. The battle of Plum Creek
    about this event
  53. Rachel Parker Plummer
    about this Comanche captive
  54. LINNVILLE RAID OF 1840
    about this event
  55. The Battle of Brushy Creek
    about this fight
  56. ELM CREEK RAID
    about this battle
  57. John Bird, soldier and Indian fighter
    about him and his encounters with the Comanches
  58. Cedar Lake
    about this Texas site
  59. Matilda Lockhart
    about this Comanche captive
  60. Blue Mountain
    about this area in Texas
  61. GUAGEJOHE INDIANS
    brief article on this band
  62. The Battle of Walker's Creek
    lots of details
  63. The Battle of Yellow House Canyon
    " he last fight with hostile Indians on the High Plains of Texas"
  64. QUAHADI INDIANS
    "(Kwahadi, Kwahari, Kuahadi, Llaneros, Quaahda, Quahada) Indians were an important Comanche Indian group"
  65. Webster massacre
    about this event in Texas in the late 1830s
  66. Comanche Indians
    brief article about a scholarly article
  67. The Comanche Connection
    article from Santa Anna, Texas
  68. Could Santana Have Been Indian Chief Whose Image Appeared on Coin?
    article from Santa Anna, Texas
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