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People of Mountains and Plains

People of Mountains and Plains

Comanche

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Comanches

Comanches

The Comanches were fierce warriors who lived on the Southern Plains.

The Comanches controlled the Great Plains and Central Plains of Texas.

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Shelter

Shelter

Comanches were nomads.

They lived in tepees.

Tepees- large tents made of long poles covered with buffalo hides.

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Buffalo

Buffalo

Comanche got nearly everything they needed from the buffalo:

*Clothing

*Food

*Blankets

*Shelter

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Horses

Horses

The Spanish brought horses to North America.

Comanches became experts at them

The tribe quickly became known as the Lords of the Southern Plains, and they by far were the most powerful of all the Indian Tribes in the state.

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Trade

Trade

During times of peace, Comanches traded horses and buffalo goods with the Caddo and the Wichita.

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Trade

Trade

The Comanche were good traders and often went to trade fairs.

The Comanche leaders often wore fine European clothes, with many silver conchos and fine leather boots.

The group always had a leader who was very skilled as a trader and diplomat.

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Trading Problems

Trading Problems

The problem was most of what they had to sell or trade was stuff they had stolen.

They sold the stolen horses and women and children they had kidnapped.

This kidnapping for ransom would later get the Comanche in big trouble with the American settlers.

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Leadership

Leadership

Comanche traveled in bands and each band had a leader.

During wars and raids, bands united and chose a war chief to lead them.

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Where are they today?

Where are they today?

By 1875 Comanches no longer controlled the plains.

Most Comanches were moved to a reservation in Oklahoma.

Today about 10,000 Comanche live in the United States.

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