23-foot arrows point to area's Comanche history, legacy

Amarillo Globe-News-At the gathering, Texas Tech University Southwest Collection Deputy Director Tai Kreidler said the Texas Panhandle was once prime grounds for Comanche, Apache and other Native American tribes to live and hunt.

Sculpture artist Charles A. Smith hopes to preserve a fragment of Native American history with each 23-foot Comanche arrow he sets in place to mark the Quanah Parker Trail.

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At the gathering, Texas Tech University Southwest Collection Deputy Director Tai Kreidler said the Texas Panhandle was once prime grounds for Comanche, Apache and other Native American tribes to live and hunt.

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