The Comanche, an offshoot of the Shoshone tribe, were a nomadic tribe in the lower Great Plains who were primarily hunters and gatherers. Horses were critical to their tribal culture, and they had a fierce and violent re... More » History Modern History US History

The Comanche Indians originally lived in the Great Plains region of North America and were considered a branch of the Shoshone tribe. In 1700, the Comanche split from the Shoshone tribes and moved into the southern plain... More » History Ancient History Ancient America

Buffalo was the Comanches' staple meat, supplemented by small game and fish. On a day-to-day basis, the majority of the food they ate was plants, nuts and berries gathered by the women. More » World View Social Sciences Cultures & Traditions
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