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See also Comanche Articles in Historical Journals.
Abernethy, Francis Edward (ed.) Built in Texas: Denton, TX: University of North Texas
Aboites Aguilar, Luis. “Poder politico y ‘barbaros’ en Chihuahua hacia 1845 (Political
Power and ‘Barbarians’ in Chihuahua ca.1845),” Revista de Historia y Ciencias
Sociales, v.19 (1991), pp.17-32.
Adams, David. B. “Embattled Borderlands: Northern Nuevo León and the Indios
Bárbaros, 1686-1870,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly, v.95, no.2 (1991),
Adare, Sierra S., and Lance B. Jones. “The Last Comanche Code Talker,” World War II,
v.16, no.5 (January 2002), pp.58-65.
Adrian, Marlin Wayne. Mennonites, Missionaries, and Native Americans: Religious
Paradigms and Cultural Encounters (Dissertation). University of Virginia, 1989.
“AIHEC Accepts Comanche College as 36th Member,” Tribal College, v.17, no.1 (Fall
Alter, Judy. The Comanches. Danbury: Franklin Watts; Scholastic Library Publishing,
American Political Science Association. Conference Papers: 2004 Annual Meeting, Chicago
Illinois. Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, 2004
Anderston, Alice J. “Kaawosa Plays a Trick of a Soldier: A Comanche Coyote Story” in
Aranda, JoséF., Jr., and Silvio Torres-Saillant (eds.) Recovering the U. S. Hispanic
Literary Heritage. Houston: Arte Público, 2002.
Archer, Jane. Texas Indian Myths and Legends. Plano: Republic of Texas, 2000.
Archuleta, E. “Comanche Peace Pipe,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly, v.106, no.2
(October 2002), pp.333-334.
Armagost, James L. “Comanche ma-: Undistinguished Deictic, Narrative Obviative,”
International Journal of American Linguistics, v.51, no.3 (1985), pp.302-320.
_____. “Interpretation of Comanche Names in an Eighteenth Century
Spanish Document,” Tlalocan (Mexico), v.11 (1989), pp.367-374.
_____. “Temporal Relationship between Telling and Happening in Comanche Narrative,”
Anthropological Linguistics, v.24, no.1 (1982), pp.193-200.
_____. “Three Exceptions to Vowel Devoicing in Comanche,” Anthropological
Linguistics, v.28, no.3 (1986), pp.255-265.
_____. “Two Problems in Comanche Pronouns,” International Journal of American
Linguistics, v.51 (1985), pp.334-336.
Babcock, Matthew McLaurine. Trans-National Trade Routes and Diplomacy: Comanche
Expansion, 1760-1846 (Thesis). University of New Mexico, 2001.
Barnard, Herwanna Becker. The Comanche and His Literature: With an Anthology of His
Myths, Legends, Folktales, Oratory, Poetry, and Songs (Thesis). Norman, University of Oklahoma, 1941.
Beach, W. W. (ed.) The Indian Miscellany. Albany: J. Munsell, 1877.
Becker, William J. The Compounding of Words in the Comanche Indian Language
(Thesis). Norman: University of Oklahoma, 1931.
Bender, Margaret. “Glimpses of Local Masculinities: Learning from Interviews with
Kiowa, Comanche, Apache, and Chickasaw Men,” Southern Anthropologist,
v.31, nos.1/2 (2005), pp.1-17.
Betty, Gerald. Comanche Pastoralism, 1700-1850 (Thesis). Arizona State University,
_____. Comanche Society, 1706-1850 (Dissertation). Arizona: Arizona State University,
_____. Comanche Society: Before the Reservation. College Station: Texas A & M
University Press, 2002.
____. “Comanche Warfare, Pastoralism, and Enforced Cooperation,” Panhandle-Plains
Historical Review, v.68 (1995), pp.1-13.
_____. “’Skillful in the Management of the Horse,’: The Comanches as Southern Plains
Pastoralists,” Heritage of the Great Plains, v.30, no.1 (1997), pp.4-13.
Bial, Raymond. The Comanche. Tarrytown, Benchmark Books, 1999.
Biggs, Bonnie. “Bright Child of Oklahoma; Lotsee Patterson and the Development of
America’s Tribal Libraries,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal,
v. 24, no.4 (2000), pp.55-67.
Bigolskis [sic]. “LaDonna Harris Wants to be 1st Lady,” Majority Report, v.5, no.23
(March 20, 1976), p.11.
Blackhawk, Ned. Violence over the Land: Colonial Encounters in the American Great
Basin (Dissertation). University of Washington, 1999.
Blakely, Mike. “Comanche Horsemanship,” The Western Horseman, v.64, no.9
(September 1, 1999), p.98.
Boeck, Brian J. “’They Contributed Very Much to the Success of our Colony’: A New
Source on Early Relations between Germans and Indians at Fredericksburg,
Texas,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly, v.105, no.1 (2001), pp.81-91.
Boulris, Mark. “Images of the Comanche and the Effect of the Horse,” in Brown,
Essays v.2, pp.87-114.
Brice, Donaly E. The Great Comanche Raid: Boldest Indian Attack of the Texas
Republic. Austin, TX: Eakin Press, 1987.
“Bridging the Gap between Peoples,” Windspeaker, v.23, no.4 (July 2005), p.14-20.
Brito, Silvester J. The Development and Change of the Peyote Ceremony through Time
and Space (Dissertation). Indiana University, 1975.
Broce, Gerald. Cultural Continuity in the Transformation of Comanche Society (Thesis).
Wichita, KS: Wichita State University, 1966.
Broome, Benjamin J. “Collective Design of the Future: Structural Analysis of Tribal
Vision Statements,” American Indian Quarterly, v.19, no.2 (1995), pp. 205-227.
Brown, Ian W. (ed.) Essays on the Ethnohistory of the North American Indian, 2.v. no
publication information available.
Brown, Peter J. “The Trial of Sanapia: A Teaching aid for Medical Anthropology,”
Medical Anthropology Newsletter, v.11, no.4 (August 1980), pp.9-10.
Brown, William R., Jr. “Comancheria Demography, 1805-1830,” Panhandle-Plains
Historical Review, v.59 (1986), pp.1-17.
Buckles, William G. “Archaeology in Colorado: Historic Tribes,” Southwestern Lore,
v.34, no.3 (1968), pp.53-67.
Buller, Galen Mark. “Comanche and Coyote, The Culture Maker,” in Swann,
_____. Comanche Oral Narratives (Dissertation). Lincoln: University of
Buntin, Martha. History of the Kiowa, Comanche, and Wichita Indian Agency (Thesis).
Norman: University of Oklahoma, 1931.
Campbell, Gregory Ray (ed.) Plains Indian Historical Demography and Health:
Perspectives, Interpretations, and Critiques. Lincoln: Plains Anthropological
Canonge, Elliott D.. Comanche Texts. Norman: Summer Institute of Linguistics of the
University of Oklahoma, 1974. [SWC]
_____. “Voiceless Vowels in Comanche,” International Journal of American Linguistics,
v.23, no.2 (April 1957), pp.63-67.
Cantine, Pamela Ann. Peyotism and Culture: An Anthropological Study of the Peyote
Religious Movement (Kiowa, Comanche, Menomini, Navajo, Ute, Winnebago)
(Thesis). Fullerton: California State University-Fullerton, 1995.
Canty, Carol Shannon. New World Pastoralism: A Study of the Comanche Indians
(Thesis). San Antonio: University of Texas at San Antonio, 1986.
Carlson, Gustav G., and Volney H. Jones. “Some Notes on Uses of Plants by the
Comanche Indians in Michigan,” v.25, pp.517-542.
Casagrande, Joseph B. “Comanche Baby Language,” International Journal of American
Linguistics, v.14 (1948), pp.11-14.
_____. Comanche Linguistic Acculturation: A Study in Ethnolinguistics (Thesis).
Columbia University, 1951.
_____. “Comanche Linguistic Acculturation,” International Journal of American Linguistics,
v.20-21 (1954-1955), pp.140151, 217-237; 8-25.
Cash, Joseph H., and Gerald W. Wolff. The Comanche People. Phoenix: Indian Tribal
Cassel, Herbert Wilbur. Comanches on the Spanish Frontier, 1770-1795 (Thesis).
University of California, 1932.
Cessac, Léon de. “Ethnographic Information on the Comanches of New Mexico and Texas,”
in Two Nineteenth…, pp.25-53.
Chaisson, Kernan. “Pentagon Recognizes the Last of the Code Talkers,” Journal of
Electronic Defense, v.23, no.2 (February 2000), p.14.
Chambers, Clint. “Fort Sill’s Emissaries to the Quahada Comanches on the Staked
Plains,” West Texas Historical Association Year Book, v.72 (1996), pp.58-68.
Chapman, Berlin Basil. “The Day in Court for the Kiowa, Comanche and Apache
Tribes,” Great Plains Journal, v.2, no.1 (1962), pp.1-21.
Charney, Jean Ormsbee. A Grammar of Comanche. Lincoln: University of Nebraska
_____. A Grammatical Sketch of the Comanche Language (Dissertation). Boulder:
University of Colorado at Boulder, 1989.
Chaves, Amado. The Defeat of the Comanches in 1717. Sante Fe: New Mexican Printing
Co., 1906. [SWC]
Chronister, Allen. “Kiowa and Comanche,” Whispering Wind, v.34, no.4 (2004),
Clark, Wahnne C. “The Grand Celebration: An Indian Delegation to Washington,”
Chronicles of Oklahoma, v.66, no.2 (1988), pp.192-205.
Cobb, Amanda J. “Powerful Medicine—The Rhetoric of Comanche Activist LaDonna
Harris,” Studies in American Indian Literatures, v.18, no.4 (Winter 2006), pp.63-87.
Cochrane, Candace Porter. Between a Dry Tree and A Green Tree: Using Photographs to
Explore Kiowa and Comanche Perspectives of Their History in the Postallotment
Period (1887-1945) (Dissertation). Harvard Graduate School of Education, 1995.
Comanche and Other Indians: Letter from the Secretary of War, Transmitting a
Communication form [sic] the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Accompanied by a
Report Relative to the Comanche and Other Indians of Texas and the
Southwestern Prairies. [Washington, D.C.]: Ritchie & Heiss, print. [sic], 1847.
“Comanche College to Sponsor Film Festival,” Tribal College, v.17, no.1 (Fall 2005),
“Comanche Dance at San Ildefonso; January 23, 1921,” Palacio, v.10, no.4 (1921),
“Comanche Poems,” International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, v.17,
no.5 (2004), pp.707-708.
“Comanche to Lead DOL Distance Learning Pilot,” Tribal College, v.17, no.4 (Summer
Conlon, Paula. “Recording Reviews—Native American: Indian Flute Songs from
Comanche Land [Doc Tate Nevaquaya],: The World of Music, v.46, no.3 (2004),
Corwin, Hugh D. “Oscar Yellowwolf, Comanche,” Great Plains Journal, v.1, no.2
_____. “Protestant Missionary Work among the Comanches and Kiowas,” Chronicles of
Oklahoma, v.46, no.1 (1968), pp.41-57.
Coult, L.D. “A Simplified Method for the Transformation Analysis of [Comanche]
Kinship Terms [With Reply by F.A. Hammel],” American Anthropologist, v.68,
no.6 (1966), pp.1476-1488.
Cowen, Ron. “Medicinal Plants of the Prairie,” Science News, v.137, no.14 (April 7,
Crouch, Daniel J. Archaeological Investigations of the Kiowa and Comanche Indian
Agency Commissaries, 34-Cm-232. Lawton, OK: Museum of the Great Plains,
Cummins, Harold, and Marcus S. Goldstein. “Dermatoglyphics in Comanche Indians,”
American Journal of Physical Anthropology, v.17 (1932), pp.229-235.
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Daggett, Pierre M., and Dale R. Henning. “The Jaguar in North America,” American
Antiquity, v.39, no.3 (July 1974), pp.165-469.
Daniels, James B. “Comanche Attack on Early Texas Frontier,” Wild West, v.19, no.5
(February 2007), pp.24-25.
Dary, David. Comanche. Lawrence: University of Kansas, Natural History Museum,
Davis, Anne Walendy. Discovering Comanche Health Beliefs Using Ethnographic
Techniques (Dissertation). Texas Woman’s University, 1992.
Davis, Michael G. Cultural Preadaptation Hypothesis: A Test Case on the Southern
Plains (Dissertation: University of Oklahoma, 1988). Ann Arbor, MI: UMI,
De Capua, Sarah. The Comanche. Tarrytown: Benchmark Books, 2006.
Dearen, Patrick. Comanche Peace Pipe. Minneapolis: Sagebrush Education Resources,
DeLay, Brian. “The Wider World of the Handsome Man: Southern Plains Indians Invade
Mexico, 1830-1848,” Journal of the Early Republic, v.27, no.1 (Spring 2007),
DeMallie, R.J. Comanche Treaties during the Civil War. Oklahoma City: Institute for the
Development of Indian Law, n.d.
_____. Comanche Treaties: Historical Background. Oklahoma City: Institute for the
Development of Indian Law, n.d.
_____. Comanche Treaties of Eighteen Fifty, Eighteen Fifty-One, and Eighteen
Fifty-Three with the U.S. Oklahoma City: Institute for the Development of Indian
_____. Comanche Treaties with the Republic of Texas. Oklahoma City: Institute for the
Development of Indian Law, n.d.
_____. Comanche Treaty of Eighteen Forty-Six with the U.S. Oklahoma City: Institute
for the Development of Indian Law, n.d.
_____. The Jerome Agreement of 1892 between the Comanche and the U.S. Oklahoma
City: Institute for the Development of Indian Law, n.d.
DeMallie, R. J., and Lynn Kickingbird. The Treaty of Medicine Lodge, 1867, between the
United States and the Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache Indians. Washington, DC:
Institute for the Development of Indian Law, 1976.
DeMorse, Charles. “Indians for the Confederacy,” Chronicles of Oklahoma, v.50, no.4
Denson, Andrew. “’Unite with Us to Rescue the Kiowas’; The Five Civilized Tribes and
Warfare on the Southern Plains,” Chronicles of Oklahoma, v.81, no.4
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v.47, no.11 (November 2003), pp.36-43.
Dietz-Lenssen, Matthias. “Von Menschenfressern und Osterhasen: zur
Rezeptionsgeschichte der ersten Kontakte Mainzer Texas Germans mit Comanche
und Tonkawa,” Bulletin, Société suisse des Américanistes (Geneva), v.62 (1998),
Elledge, Jim (ed.) Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Myths from the Arapaho to the
Zuñi: An Anthology. New York: Peter Lang, 2002.
Ellis, Clyde. “Boarding School Life at the Kiowa-Comanche Agency, 1893-1920,”
Historian, v.58, no.4 (1996), pp.777-793.
_____. “’There is no Doubt…the Dances Should be Curtailed’: Indian Dances and
Federal Policy on the Southern Plains, 1880-1930,” Pacific Historical Review,
v.70, no.4 (November 2001), pp.543-569.
_____. “`Remedy for Barbarism’: Indian Schools, the Civilizing Program, and the
Kiowa-Comanche-Apache Reservation, 1871-1915,” American Indian Culture
and Research Journal, v.18, no.3 (1994), pp.85-120.
_____. “There are so Many Things Needed: Establishing the Rainy Mountain Boarding
School, 1891-1900,” Chronicles of Oklahoma, v.72, no.4 (1994/1995),
_____. To Change Them Forever: Indian Education at the Rainy Mountain Boarding
School, 1893-1920. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1996.
_____. To Change Them Forever: Schooling on the Kiowa-Comanche Reservation,
1869-1920 (Dissertation). Oklahoma State University, 1993.
_____. “’Truly Dancing Their Own Way,: Modern Revival and Diffusion of the Gourd
Dance,” American Indian Quarterly, v.14, no.1 (Winter 1990), pp.19-33.
Elvin, John. “Liberals Circle the Wagons Against Indian Attacks [about David
Yeagley],” Insight on the News, v.17, no.31 (August 20, 2001), pp.2-3.
Englar, Mary. The Comanche Indians: Nomads of the Southern Plains. Bloomington:
Bridgestone Press, 2003.
Evans, Dennis. “Southern Plains Women’s Boots, with emphasis on the Comanche Style,”
American Indian Tradition, v.8, no.5 (1962), pp.181-195.
Evans, Sterling (ed.) American Indians in American History, 1870-2001. Westport, CN:
Ewers, John C. Plains Indian History and Culture: Essays on Community and Change.
Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1998.
Faulk, Odie B. “The Comanche Invasion of Texas, 1743-1836,” Great Plains Journal,
v.9, no.1 (1969), pp.10-50.
_____. “Spanish-Comanche Relations and the Treaty of 1785,” Texana, v.2, no.1 (1964),
Feder, Norman. “Origin of the Oklahoma Forty-Nine Dance,” Ethnomusicology, v.8, no.3
(September 1964), pp.290-294.
Fehrenbach, T.R. Comanches: The Destruction of a People. New York: Knopf, 1974.
_____. Comanches: The History of a People. New York: Anchor Books, 2003.
“First Comanche Indian Dies in Foreign Service,” Dallas Morning News, (May 5, 1918)
[from the online archive]. [Private Anthony W. Gipson]
Flagler, Edward K. “Los indios de la llanuras y la provincial espanola de Nuevo Mexico
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Vida, v.24, no.284 (1991), pp.48-63.
Flores, Dan L. Alternative World: Comanche Spirit of Place and the Pre-Agricultural
Llano Estacado. Lubbock, TX: International Center for Arid and Semiarid Land
Studies, Texas Tech University, 2001. [SWC]
_____. “Bison Ecology and Bison Diplomacy: The Southern Plains from 1800-1850,”
The Journal of American History, v.78, no.2 (September 1991), pp.465-485; also
in The American West. Indiana University Press, 1999.
Foote, Cheryl. “Spanish-Indian Trade along New Mexico’s Northern Frontier in the
Eighteenth Century,” Journal of the West, v.24, no.2 (1985), pp.22-33.
Ford, G. D. “Southern Spirit Dance of Thanks [Esa Rosa Whitewolf Thanksgiving and
Anniversary Powwow in Oklahoma],” Southern Living, v.38. no.11 (November
Foster, Morris W. Being Comanche: The Organization and Maintenance of an American
Indian Community, 1700-1986 (Dissertation: Yale University, 1988). Ann Arbor,
MI: UMI, 1990.
_____. Being Comanche: A Social History of an American Indian Community. Tucson:
University of Arizona Press, 1993. [SWC]
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Columbia University Press, 2003.
Freeland, Jeffrey B. Culture Contact and the Growth of Pan-Indianism among Three
Southern Plains Tribes ((Thesis). University of Kentucky, 1970.
Gaines, Richard. Comanche. Edina: Checkerboard Library, 2000.
Gannett, William Brattle. The American Invasion of Texas, 1820-1845: Patterns of
Conflict between Settlers and Indians (Dissertation). Cornell University, 1984.
Garcia Rejon, Manuel (comp.) Comanche Vocabulary: Trilingual Edition. Austin:
University of Texas Press, 1995.
Gelo, Daniel L. Comanche Belief and Ritual (American Indian, Religion, Oklahoma,
Structuralism , Ethnology [Dissertation]). New Jersey: Rutgers, 1986. [SWC]
_____. “’Comanche Land and Ever Has Been’: A Native Geography of the
Nineteenth-Century Comancheria,” Southwestern Historical Quarterly, v.103,
no.3 (January 2000), p.273-308.
_____. “Comanche Songs, English Lyrics, and Formal Continuity,” European Review of
Native American Studies, v.2, no.2 (1988), pp.2-7.
_____. “Comanche Songs with English Lyrics: Context, Imagery, and Continuity,”
Storia Nordamericana, v.5, no.1 (1988), pp.137-146.
_____. “The Comanches as Aboriginal Skeptics,” American Indian Quarterly,
v.17, no.1 (Winter 1993), pp.69-82.
_____. From Dominance to Disappearance: The Indians of Texas and the Near
Southwest, 1786-1859. Journal of American History, v.93, no.3 (December
_____. “On a New Interpretation of Comanche Social Organization,” Current
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_____. “Powwow Patter: Indian Emcee Discourse on Power and Identity,” Journal of
American Folklore, v.112, no.443 (Winter 1999), pp.40-57.
_____. “Recalling the Past in Creating the Present: Topographic References in
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Gelo, Daniel J. (ed., trans.) et al. Comanche Vocabulary: Trilingual Edition. Austin:
University of Texas Press, 1995.
George, Charles. The Comanche. Farmington Hills: Greenhaven Press, Incorporated,
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Gibson, Alex M. “Confederates on the Plains: The Pike Mission to Wichita Agency,” Great
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_____. Comanche Days. Dallas: SMU Press, 1974. [SWC]
_____. “Polygamy in Comanche Country,” Southwest Review, v.51, no.3
_____. “The Southwestern Indian and his Drugs,” Southwest Review, v.55, no.2 (1970),
_____. “Wer-que-yah, Jesus-Man Comanche,” Southwest Review, v.53,
no.3 (1968), pp.277-291.
Gladwin, Thomas Favill. “Comanche Kin Behavior,” American Anthropologist, new
series v.50 (1948), pp.73-94.
Goldstein, Marcus S. “Anthropometry of the Comanches,” American Journal of Physical
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Gravier, Claudia. Teyuwit: A Comanche Life (Honors Thesis). Abilene, TX: McMurry
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and Southern New Mexico during the Spanish and Mexican Periods,” Kiva, v.50,
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Grinde, Nick. “Handmade Language,” Saturday Evening Post, v.221, no.2
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Gunnerson, James H. “Plateau Shoshonean Prehistory: A Suggested Reconstruction,”
American Antiquity, v.28, no.1 (July 1962), pp.41-45.
Hagan, William T. “Kiowas, Comanches, and Cattlemen, 1867-1906: A Case Study of
the Failure of U. S. Reservation Policy,” Pacific Historical Review, v.40, no.3
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_____. United States-Comanche Relations: The Reservation Years. Norman:
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Hail, Barbara A. “Gifts of Pride and Love: Kiowa and Comanche Cradles,”
American Indian Art Magazine, v.25, no.1 (Winter 1999), pp.42-55.
_____ (ed.) Gifts of Pride and Love: Kiowa and Comanche Cradles. Norman: University
of Oklahoma Press, 2000. [SWC]
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University of Oklahoma, 1940.
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_____. The Comanche Empire: A Study of Indigenous Power, 1700-1875
(Thesis). University of Helsinki, 2001; also New Haven: Yale University Press,
2008.; also New Haven: Yale University Press, 2008
_____. “The First Phase of Destruction: Killing the Southern Plains Buffalo, 1790-1840,”
Great Plains Quarterly, v.21, no.2 (2001), pp.101-114.
_____. “The Western Comanche Trade Center: Rethinking the Plains Indian Trade
System,” The Western Historical Quarterly, v.29. no.4 (Winter 1998),
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American Anthropologist, new series, v.67, no.5, Pt.2 (October 1965), pp.65-106.
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Hanson, Jeffrey R. The Late High Plains Hunters. Lawrence: University Press of
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Harris, LaDonna, et al. “Returning to Harmony: A Comanche Effort to Reactivate the
Wisdom of the People,” Native Americas, v.13, no.3 (1996), pp.48-53.
_____. “Wisdom of the People: Potential and Pitfalls in Efforts by the
Comanches to recreate Traditional…,” American Indian Quarterly, v.25, no.1
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Historical Sources (Dissertation). University of New Mexico, 1971.
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Oklahoma Press, 2003.
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Herring, Rebecca Jane. “The Creation of Indian Farm Women: Field Matrons and
Acculturation on the Kiowa-Comanche Reservation, 1985-1906,” in Wunder,
_____. Failed Assimilation: Anglo Women on the Kiowa-Comanche Reservation,
1867-1906 (Thesis). Lubbock, TX: Texas Tech University, 1983.
_____. “Their Work was never Done: Women Missionaries on the Kiowa-Comanche
Reservation,” Chronicles of Oklahoma, v.64, no.1 (1986), pp.68-83.
Hester, James J. Rance Hood: Mystic Painter. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico
Press, 2006. [SWC]
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[Photographs],” Whispering Wind, v.27, no.3 (1995), pp.22-25.
Hobson, Barbara Torralba. Cultural Values and Persistence among Comanche College
Students (Dissertation), Norman: University of Oklahoma, 1994.
Hoebel, Edward Adamson. “Comanche and Hukandika Shoshone Relationship Systems,”
American Anthropologist, new series v.41 (1939), pp.440-457.
_____. “Comanche Had Distators,” Palacio, v.17, (1940), pp.211-212.
_____. “Comanche Sun Dance and Messianic Outbreak of 1873,”American
Anthropologist, new series v.43, no.2, pt.1 (April/June 1941),
_____. Political Organization and Law-ways of the Comanche Indian (Dissertation.)
New York: Columbia University, 1941.
_____. The Political Organization and Law-ways of the Comanche Indians
(Dissertation). New York: Columbia University, 1940.; New York: Kraus
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