Projects & Techniques from the Southwest
Beadwork has been steadily gaining popularity among crafters, and no area of the genre garners more interest than the intricate designs of the
Grape Dumplings – Comache
Offered by Teressa Couch ... who learned this from my Comanche
Indian Beadwork Crafts
Native Americans used beads in crafts approximately 8,000 years before Europeans came to North
Savage Skies by Cassie Edwards
Shirleen has always been self-reliant and adventurous, but after dealing with a husband who beat
Chief Red Nose: Saga of a Comanche Warrior
Red Nose is elected chief and governs his tribe in the time that the white man is coming to war with the Comanche, in this final book, old friends meet and Chief Red nose is captured by white
Comanche Rose by Anita Mills
Annie Bryce had a stain on her name and an aching hollowness in her heart.
Tomo Pui: Comanche Maiden (Saga of a Comanche Warrior)
Author Max Oliver has accomplished what few authors can, and that is immersing the reader within a culture that is completely foreign and allowing the reader to feel at home. This series tells the
Walks with Bears: Book 3 of the Comancheria Series
When an international conspiracy leads to kidnapping and murder, it’s once again up to Reid Matthews and his mysterious Comanche powers to save the day.
Straight Arrow, son of a great Comanche warrior and well on his way become one
American Eagle (The Mightiest of the Crow)
Prize comics was one of the first of the comic books, it like so many started out with
Comanche Bride by Emma Merritt
When stunning Dr. Zoe Randolph headed to Mexico to halt a cholera epidemic, she didn't think twice about traversing Comanche
War Dance at Fort Marion: Plains Indian War Prisoners
War Dance at Fort Marion tells the powerful story of Kiowa, Cheyenne, Comanche, and Arapaho chiefs and warriors detained as prisoners of war by the U.S.
War Dance at Fort Marion tells the powerful story of Kiowa, Cheyenne, Comanche, and Arapaho chiefs and warriors detained as prisoners of war by the U.S. Army. Held from 1875 until 1878 at Fort Marion