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Who were the Comancheros?
The Comancheros were natives of northern and central New Mexico who conducted trade for a living with the nomadic plains tribes, often at designated areas in the Llano Estacado... Read More
A Brief Introduction to Local History
Stone artifacts from the Clovis era people are scattered within this area. The first "civilized" record about this part of Texas was given by the Coronado expedition of 1541... Read More
Comanchero Canyons Museum, Quitaque, Texas
Comanchero Canyons Museum is a nonprofit organization in Quitaque, Texas, covering history from the counties of Swisher, Briscoe, Hall, Floyd, Motley, and Crosby.
Here at the museum, art and artifacts come together to illustrate our local history. They tell stories about Comancheros, wild bison, Native Americans, the US military, expeditions, battles, and more. You may have heard fragments of these tales, shared through generations. Or maybe you've never heard, but are eager to know. We invite you to come and experience the whole story. History awaits.
2021 Comanchero Rendezvous
History was being shared and made at the annual gathering or rendezvous of the Comanchero Canyons Museum...Read More
Stagecoach at the Museum
The original 1880 Journey/Silver Dollar City Stagecoach and Crew will be coming to Silverton to deliver pen pal letters...Read More
CCM Historical Hero: Brett Cruse
Brett Cruse, an archaeologist and native of Turkey, Texas, has been nominated...Read More