Item # 104380
The Comanche raided everywhere. They preyed upon the Navajo, who were in New Mexico and Arizona, but the Comanche didn't limit their raids to them. They hit the Apache; they hit everybody. They stole all the horses they could lay their hands on.
The horse in the foreground bears on his flank an image symbolizing that a man was ridden down in battle by the owner of this horse. Different tribes had different ways of expressing it, but that was the general way of showing it. This horse's rider wears a buffalo-horned, full-feathered headdress. The Indians decorated their headdresses with all kinds of things, sometimes even an entire bird, but horns were fairly prevalent.
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