Kiowa-Comanche mythology

The Kiowa-Comanche mythology brings together the following Native American peoples: Kiowa, Comanche

The Kiowas are a Native American nation that lived primarily in the plains of western Texas, Oklahoma, and eastern New Mexico at the time of European arrival. Pushed south by the Cheyenne and Sioux invaders, themselves pushed out of their lands of the Great Lakes region by the Ojibway tribes, the Kiowa migrated in the Platte River basin to the Arkansas River area. . There they faced the Comanches, who occupied the place. Around 1790, the two groups agreed to share the region. From that moment on, the two peoples were closely linked: they hunted, traveled and waged war together. The Plains Apaches (also known as Kiowa-Apaches) also joined the Kiowas at this time.

Kiowa-Comanche mythology

Kiowa-Comanche mythology (texts)