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Quanah Parker, born around 1845-1850, was the son of Cynthia Ann Parker and Chief Peta Nocona.
Quanah Parker disagreed with the Treaty of Medicine Lodge. He refused to accept the provisions, which contained the Comanche to a reservation.
Quanah then lead a attack on a trading post called Adobe Walls. Leading to Quanah almost being killed in this battle.
His tribe left starving Quanah had to do what was best for his tribe and that was to surrender.
Quanah tried his best to make his tribe comfortable to reservation life. He was appointed chief, he helped the economy by helping build schools, promote self-sufficiency and self-reliance.
Quanah Parker died February 23,1911. He was originally buried in Post Oak Mission Cemetery but was relocated to Fort Sill Post Cemetery at Lawton, Oklahoma.
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