American Indian Heritage
8:01 pm
Thu October 31, 2013

Arrow Planting for Quanah Parker Trail in Potter County Saturday

The first Comanche arrow planted on the Quanah Parker Trail, in downtown Matador, TX in August of 2011.
Credit Carol Campbell

A giant steel Comanche arrow lands at the Wildcat Bluff Nature Center west of Amarillo on Saturday morning.

The large sculpture is part of a larger project in which identical arrows have already been planted at various historical sites throughout the Texas Panhandle region. The arrows and their locations represent the historical range and serve as a physical reminder of the nomadic Comanches of the 19th century.

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