Comanche Religion?

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The Comanche were called the plains Indian tribe who were located in New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona, Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas. Historically, these people were hunter and gathers with a horse culture. In the late 18th century, there were around 45,000 Comanches. The languages spoken within this tribe were English and Comanche. The religions practiced by these people included Christianity, native American church, and traditional tribal religion. The government consisted of tribal chair people who made the tribes decisions.
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