Quanah Parker Exhibit at the National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum

Quanah Parker Exhibit and Presentations

The National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum presents

Quanah Parker Exhibit November 6 – December 18, 2019

The “Quanah Parker Exhibit | One Man, Two Worlds”,  is a traveling exhibit of rarely seen photos of Quanah Parker and his mother, Cynthia Ann Parker. The photo exhibit will be on display from November 6, 2019 through December 18, 2019, at the National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum, 2029 North Main Street, Fort Worth, Texas, 76164. 
Exhibit Tickets
11-16-2019 | 1-2PM | Lance Tahmakera Presentation

Lance Tahmahkera, the great-great grandson of Comanche Chief Quanah Parker, will discuss Comanche history, culture, and life on the plains. Mr. Tahmahkera will bring heirlooms such as buckskin clothing, bead work, regalia, and more. The discussion will include a Q&A period. NOTE: This presentation is suitable for older teens and adults. Free Admission and Parking. RSVP requested online or call 817.534.8801.
RSVP HERE

11-20-2019 | 5:30-7 PM Reception with Curators of Exhibit
The reception will provide wonderful opportunity to visit the Quanah Parker Exhibit and hear from those who curated the exhibit; and, explore the National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum. Free Admission and Parking. RSVP requested online or call (817) 534-8801.
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12-7-2019 | 1:30-2:30 PM | Sylvia Mahoney Presentation
Sylvia Mahoney is a Literary Agent, that offers services for manuscripts, publishing, publicist, and marketing. She is the author of two non-fiction books: College Rodeo: From Show to Sport, Texas A&M Press, 2004 and Finding the Great Western Trail, Texas Tech Press. Sylvia’s presentation will include a PowerPoint & Talk – “Great Western Trail: Quanah Parker’s Friendship with the Doan’s Family.”, followed by Q&A. Free Admission and Parking. RSVP requested online or call 817.534.8801.
RSVP HERE

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