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The Comanche were most powerful in the 1800s.
A family could live with any band they chose.
The tipi was about 15 feet [4.6m] high.
When the Comanche moved to Kansas and eastern Colorado most of their food supplies came from buffalo.
Thigh length leggings were worn and tied below the knees.
Most bows were made strong flexible wood from the Osage tree.
When a Comanche man decided to marry he would complete a vision quest and take part in warfare.
Moss was used to make a diaper.
The great spirit though about earth’s concern.
Once the Comanche moved to the plains they were always in war.
The Comanche traded with other tribes for horses.
Leaders Quanah Parker was the last chief of the Quahadi band of Comanche.
The Comanche and Kiowa kept much of western Texas and Oklahoma.
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