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Index  The Commanche bow was deadly within 60 yards which gave the warrior an advantage over the muzzle loaded rifles used by the cavalry

The Comanche bow was deadly within 60 yards, which gave the Comanche warrior an advantage over the muzzle loading rifle. A Comanche could discharge a dozen arrows while a white man was loading a gun. // The distance of more than half of a football field.

Crow King: For the duration of the battle of Little Bighorn, Crow King and his band of eighty warriors attacked Custer from the south, allowing Crazy Horse and Gall to surround the 7th Cavalry. Crow King died in 4-5-1884, cause of death - "quick consumption" from a long lasting cold and received the rites and sacraments of the Catholic church. Location of his burial is unknown.

Crow King: For the duration of the battle of Little Bighorn, Crow King and his band of eighty warriors attacked Custer from the south, allowing Crazy Horse and Gall to surround the Cavalry.

Quanah Parker Not every man can say he is related to an iconic  native American!

Quanah Parker Last Chief of the Comanches Quanah died on February He is buried at the Fort Sill Cemetery, beside his mother,Cynthia Ann Parker, and sister. The inscription on his tombstone.

Dakota Sioux: American Indian Pictures http://indianspictures.blogspot.com/p/dakota-sioux-american-indian-pictures.html

Two Oglala chiefs ~ American Horse (wearing western clothing and gun-in-holster) and Red Cloud (wearing headdress). Full-length portrait, facing front, shaking hands in front of tipi ~ probably on or near Pine Ridge Reservation Photo: Grabill, John C.

Apache  AL-CHE-SAY. 1909  Pinned by indus® in honor of the indigenous people of North America who have influenced our indigenous medicine and spirituality by virtue of their being a member of a tribe from the Western Region through the Plains including the beginning of time until tomorrow.

Alchesay (aka Swollen One, aka William Alchesay) - White Mountain Apache - circa 1906

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