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[Comanche Family Portrait]

Description: Photograph of a Comanche family. There is a man sitting in a chair in the center of the photo, there are two other people standing behind him, and a child leaning on his lap.
Date: 1890~
Creator: Irwin, William E.
Partner: Clay County Historical Society

[Portrait of Comanche Jack Permunsu, Indian Warrior]

Description: Photograph of Indian Warrior: Comanche Jack Permumsu, brother of Yapaituka Comanche band chief Tahpony and nephew of Comanche leader Ten Bears. This photo was taken in the 1890's during the time Jack Permumsu served as a member of the Indian Police for the Kiowa-Comanche-Apache reservation in Indian Territory (in what would later become Oklahoma).
Date: 1890~
Partner: Clay County Historical Society

Lost and Found; or Three Months with the Wild Indians: A Brief Sketch of the Life of Ole T. Nystel, Embracing his Experience While in Captivity to the Comanches, and Subsequent Liberation from Them

Description: Autobiography of the life of Ole T. Nystel, detailing his early childhood, and his time spent as a Comanche captive. This book contains photographs of Nystel, and family members as well as a map of Bosque County and the surrounding area. Notes begin on page 25.
Date: 1994
Creator: Nystel, Ole T., 1853-1930.
Partner: Cleng Peerson Research Library at the Bosque Museum

[Two Documents from the Alcalde and Ayuntamiento in Laredo]

Description: Two documents from the alcalde and ayuntamiento of Laredo. The first document discusses various Indian tribes coming to make a peace treaty and troops are needed to be present . The second document is a letter to Chihuahua saying Ignacio Arispe in Saltillo has not received money intended for someone in Laredo.
Date: 1827-06~
Partner: St. Mary's University Louis J. Blume Library

Quanah Parker in Headdress

Description: Quanah Parker, son of Cynthia Ann Parker, in full headdress. He was a Comanche chief. Quanah Parker's daughter Wanada Page Parker told her family that this photo was taken in Washington D.C. when Quanah Parker was there to participate in the inaugural parade of Teddy Roosevelt.
Date: unknown
Partner: Tarrant County College NE, Heritage Room