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a member of the Shoshonean people who formerly lived between Wyoming and the Mexican border but are now chiefly in Oklahoma

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the Shoshonean language spoken by the Comanche

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By 1941 the long and storied history of the Comanche people mixed with the integration into the American lifestyle helped to make the Comanche Code Talkers not only possible but an important part of the United States military efforts in Europe.
A case in point involves the migration and geographical mobility of the Comanche people.
Resultant tribal distinctions in belief and praxis, while often matters of degree, are important to contemporary Comanche people and should be important to anthropologists.
If you are interested in a comprehensive and revisionist history of the Comanche people and their powerful role in shaping the American Southwest, The Comanche Empire is required reading.
Puzzling Park: The Comanche people used to ride their horses in these mountain.
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