Named for Quanah Parker, the last great chief of the Comanche tribe, and son of a Comanche chief and captive anglo Cynthia Ann Parker. (See Old Fort Parker listing in GROESBECK in PRAIRIES & LAKES region.)
Historic sites around the city include the Hardeman County Courthouse, Quanah Parker Memorial & Walkway, Hardeman County Veterans Monument, Trinity Episcopal and First Presbyterian churches, and the Capt. Bill McDonald marker. Quanah is a Texas Main Street City with restored buildings that house restaurants and shops.
Annual events include a rodeo, Fall Festival, Christmas parade/festival and Three Rivers Cowboy Ball and more.
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