One of the first generation of children settled in Cache, Oklahoma by the United States Army under the Jerome Agreement of 1892.
The Mennonite's allowed the Comanches to keep their given name and issue them a first name for registries purposes.
She was one of the first Comanche females to attend the Indian School established by the U.S. Army to civilize the Comanches.
Shown here dressed by the Mennonite women, in one of the first photographs taken at the Indian School.
She latter married a man know only as "Nahdayaka" from the Shoshone tribes of the Rocky Mountains who had lost all cultural contact with their onetime kinsmen who migrated South, and became Comanches.
Hugh Pebeahsy (1924 - 1952)*
Cache Kiowa Comanche Apache Intertribal Cemetery
Created by: Clay Homister
Record added: May 28, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 27161536
Added: Dec. 2, 2010
My memories of your soft hands, warm hugs, big bed you put us in, so soft we sunk down deep in. The mint you grew beside the house to put in your tea. You are truly one of the Greatest Women I have to have walked this earth. You're Spirit rises in the ...(Read more)|
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