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COMANCHE TRIBE

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Laura Flanagan

on 13 March 2016

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Transcript of COMANCHE TRIBE

CLOTHING
THE MEN WORE BELTS WITH BREECH CLOTH AND MOCCASINS. BREECH CLOTH WAS A LONG PIECE OF BUCKSKIN. THEY USUALLY DECORATED THEIR BREECHCLOTH WITH BEADS AND COLORED DYES. WOMEN WORE BUCKSKIN MOCCASINS AND BUFFALO HIDE ROBES.
HOUSING AND FOOD
They lived in little buffalo tepees all together in a group.They ate berrys, potatoes, and animals they hunted.
CULTURE
THE COMANCHES TRIBE WAS CRISTAIN. THEY HAD A SMALL CHAPEL AND THEY WERE ALSO AFRAID OF GHOSTS.
Weapons
THE COMANCHE USED SPEARS, STICKS, AND ROCKS
ART
The Comanche loved self-portraits. they also loved portraits of horses. They were also experts at riding them.
THIS WAS WHAT THEIR CHAPEL LOOKED LIKE:
COMANCHE TRIBE
The Comanche Conflicts
For more than 150 years, the Comanche were known as "the lords of the southern plains" . The Comanche were truced with the Apaches, Kiowas, Cheyenne, and Arapahos. There leader was named Quanah Parker.
He was one of the last Comanche Chiefs before they moved to the reservation. He was from the Quahadi Tribe who were known as the "antelope eaters."
The Comanche prayed to god in their church/chapel. They also believed in a ghost spirit unnamed.
Traditions
Now for a video
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