Quannah Parker's Daughters

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    Daughter's of the powerful Conanche War Chief who refused to accept the terms of the 1867 Medicine Lodge Treaty, which would have sent his band to Indian Territory, Quanah Parker remained free for the next seven years finally surrendering to General Fandal MacKenzie and accepting the government's terms and confinement on a reservation.
    Photograph by James Mooney, 1891.

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    1. sevenbrane 85 months ago | reply

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    2. ènfin (verna R) 85 months ago | reply

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    3. Ralumac [deleted] 85 months ago | reply

      Definitely a winner!!!

    4. Big Grey Mare 85 months ago | reply

      Oh wow!!! Such great pictures!!! Old Fort Parker is just about 35 miles from here. I love visiting there.

    5. M.Peinado 85 months ago | reply

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    6. prdsra2 85 months ago | reply

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    7. mandalaybus 84 months ago | reply

      I'm totally entranced by old photos, always wondering about the lives they led, what they were like and what they did. And these two are no exception. Brilliant!

    8. Quay Bell 83 months ago | reply

      Bravo Bravo~ these are most excellent~!!~thanks for sharing~!!

    9. VIRGIN AND THE CITY 83 months ago | reply

      Those faces are so distrusting and rightfully so.
      Sigh. Lovely photo. Horrible circumstance!

    10. native_style 83 months ago | reply

      awesome portraits and saving bits & pieces of the past !!.......thanks 4 sharing

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    12. cocoesperanza 56 months ago | reply

      They feel so close in time...I would love to meet them..thank you for sharing all that your photostream provides...

    13. BerColly 42 months ago | reply

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    14. (:Andrzej:) 3 days ago | reply

      excellent photo

    15. Emmavelvet 2 days ago | reply

      Excellent capture!

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