Ron Parker is a great-grandson of Quanah Parker, the last Comanche Chief. Establishing the Quanah Parker Society & Center is his lifetime dream.
501 (c)(3) nonprofit public charity
To strategically & sustainably promote the history & cultures that preserve the legacy of the Comanche people & the settlers who came together to courageously create Quanah, Texas,
in the 1800's.
Quanah, TX - Where PUHA lives.
To educate, heal, unite & grow communities who share or are invested in the history & lineages of the Comanche people, the role of the Quanah, Texas, area & the courageous settlers who came
with a vision & intention
to create Quanah.
Experience Quanah, TX - where legends come alive.
There is much to see & hear in Quanah--where legends come alive & stories abound of history & cultures. Please bring your stories of ancestors & share with us at the Quanah Parker Center & events, in the town where Puha (Spirit) lives. As a nonprofit, we depend on individuals such as yourself for support. Thank you!
P O Box 367 - 123 S Main Street, Quanah, TX 79252
We are very busy preparing the Quanah Parker Center to open in September.
Please see the above Contact Us section if you need to speak to us during this Covid19 time.
Thanks to the Treemendous Quanah initiative of the E. Eugene Johnson Memorial Foundation, a dedication and ceremony was made on September 26, 2020, for marker trees at the Hardeman County Historical Museum and Downtown Medicine Mound Museum