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Birth:1827
Death:1870
Name:Cynthia Ann Nocona/Parker
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Text:"... at the mouth of Mule'Creek a sluggish little, stream flowing into the Pease river, nine miles northwest of Crowell. Under the tjowejyug cottonwoods of this ‘picturesque setting CynthiaAnnParker, a memorable..."
Date:Nov 16 1928
Publication:Bryan, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... of CynthiaAnnParker and Chief Nocona. CynthiaAnn was a white child, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Parker. She was captured by the Comanches and Kiowas in 1837 at Parker's Fort near present Groesbeck..."
Date:Dec 7 1967
Publication:Quanah, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... ■ from SAFB. I-C337. ' LOOK IN YOUR SUNDAY TIMES THIS IS NOCONA—Named for tlie famous Comanche chief who. was the hu.sband of CynthiaAnnParker, Nocona is the leather Koods center for the Southwc..."
Date:Oct 22 1954
Publication:Wichita Falls, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... persons were expected to attend the meeting at old Ft. Parker, where the story began. A band of Comanche and Kiowa Indians raided Ft. Parker in 1836 and stole blonde, blue-eyed CynthiaAnnParker..."
Date:July 6 1963
Publication:Lubbock, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... was The topic came up several weh an(t ■bb h* control. Indonesian observers here (See NOVELS on Page 2) came a legend of the south western plains. Prairie Flower was the daugh ter of CynthiaAnnParker anc..."
Date:Oct 3 1965
Publication:Amarillo, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... erected Parker's Fort." On the night of May 18, 1836, several hundred Comanche and Kiowa Indians swarmed upon the fort. Only a few persons were captured the remainder were kilbd CynthiaAnnParker, 9..."
Date:Apr 19 1953
Publication:Mexia, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... of CynthiaAnnParker and Comanche Chief Peta as High School Junior College Boards are greatly over Too many secondary school students are bedeviled by the then the results College My philosophy on College..."
Date:Oct 5 1965
Publication:Tokyo, Japan, Japan
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Text:"... as the "law of the Cimar- ron" and who fired the starting gun at the opening of the Cherokee atrip In Ifl93; Baldwin Parker, aon of the late Chief Quanah Parker of the Comanchea and grandson of CynthiaAnn..."
Date:Oct 31 1937
Publication:Galveston, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"...; H turned out, was CynthiaAnnParker, who 24 years earlier, at age 9. had been taken captive, along with other women and children, following an Indian raid on Parker’s Fort in East Texas. Cynthia Ann..."
Date:Feb 29 1976
Publication:Wichita Falls, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... with Weatherford as Its county seat, was named for Isaac Parker, the uncle of CynthiaAnnParker, captured by Indians at Fort Parker near Grosbeck. CynthiaAnn's husband, Peta Nocona, was the man Nocona was named..."
Date:Jan 11 1973
Publication:Nocona, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... to CynthiaAnnParker pete Nocona last of ftommanche chiefs and to Quanah for whom tha as named It has been pro ii WPA project THIS CURIOUS WORLD V William Ferguson WILL SPAWN IN ANV BODV OF BUT TOADS..."
Date:Oct 14 1935
Publication:Emporia, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:".... and Mrs. Preston Parker. Preston is from Nocona, and Franklin, the baby’s mother, is from Quanah. And so it is that the new CynthiaAnnParker, although only days old. is already heavily entangled..."
Date:Mar 11 1955
Publication:Nocona, Texas, United States of America
Cynthia Ann Nocona (born Parker) ...
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Text:"... are literally filled with early day relics and curios picked up here and there by Mr. Hol- land over a period of years. Among the relics Is a buf- falo robe once worn by CynthiaAnnParker, white wife..."
Date:Sep 13 1940
Publication:Mexia, Texas, United States of America
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Text:".... A determined charge, CynthiaAnn kept crying, and Nocona, a noted warrior of great repute, with a young girl about fifteen years of age mounted on fifteen years of age this horse behind him, and CynthiaAnn..."
Date:Nov 4 1927
Publication:Quanah, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"...; 59'to _ is human" 60town in TX or Nevada 61Texan for "amateur" 64 CynthiaAnnParker was Chief Nocona'S ¿1/Charley & Guy Or bison Amistad in Oct. 31an explosive 32Ft. Worth mayor Kay..."
Date:Nov 12 1992
Publication:Duncanville, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... building ban. OLD FORT -Continued From Page I harrowing experiences. But CynthiaAnnParker and her younger brother John in separate tribes became acclimated to life with the Indians. John made a name..."
Date:June 15 1977
Publication:Ennis, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"...- Ihcir last years of terror in th Southwest. Quanah Parker, son of famous chief, Peta Nocona, CynthiaAnnParker, a whit captive from Fort Parker, w in his lifetime converted from fierce warrior who..."
Date:Apr 28 1963
Publication:Abilene, Texas, United States of America
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Text:".... B. Patterson was well acquainted with Quanah Parker, for whom the town was named. Several years before the Pattersons moved to Clay County, Capt. Sul Ross had captured CynthiaAnnParker, the wife..."
Date:Feb 13 1949
Publication:Wichita Falls, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... with early ii a y relics and curios picked up here and there by Mr. Holland over a period of years. Among the relics is a buffalo robe o n c e worn by CynthiaAnnParker, white wife of the Indian chief, Feta..."
Date:Sep 12 1940
Publication:Menard, Texas, United States of America
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