Unfortunately, that's on hold right now. The ms has been accepted by Nebraska Press, but I need to go back and check my editing against the originals. Also, UNLP wanted some minor additions to the Intro, which I have not been able to get to, but I hope to get them done this Fall.
I am in search of a photo of Worobeah, Horse Backs former wife, as well as Edaika a close realative if Horse Back who was an older woman around 1872. Worobeah died of pneumonia in November of 1872. Any photo will be extremely helpful.
Back to Terheryahkwahip... In this photograph from “Comanches of the New West” by Noyes/Gelo is another son of Horseback. Keithtahroco. According the information in the book he lived from 1875 to 1909. I think he resembles his brother a lot. Or is it more likely his father?
Big John Pewewardy, Keithtahroco & Pahkumah
It is interesting to note that in the same book we learn that the name of "Pahkumah" in the photo, was said to translate as "Edge Of The Water."
"Be good, be kind, help each other." "Respect the ground, respect the drum, respect each other." --Abe Conklin - Ponca/Osage, (1926-1995)