Battle of Palo Duro Canyon
Claudia Flores 6th period
The Battle of Palo Duro Canyon
Early November Native Americans were making there way to the reservations. A harsh winter came and many died. The Kwahadies were the last remaining Comanche Band who surrendered June 1875 at Fort Sill in Indian Territory. Among them was Quanah Parker.
Parker represented his people and worked as a mediator to settle disputes among the Native American regions. He fought for Native American rights and represented thier intrest to the federal goverment in Washington D.C. The KIckapoo and Apache warriors continued thier struggle for a few more years in the border country along the Rio Grand.