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In the American west of the late 1800's and early 1900,s many law men wore more than one badge to up hold justice. These badges presented on the same day to both men. Tanner Oaks (Ta Noaks) was a full blood Comanche Indian. His band of Comanche tribes men were the first on the Fort Sill reservation. Tanner Oaks received a white mans education at Fort Sill and was sent to a college in Tennessee for his education of higher learning. When he returned to the reservation, finding his people starving to death from bad food or no food furnished by the agency, he took his immediate family that was still alive and headed west. With the aid of his friend they started the Bell Ranch raising Appaloosa and Mustang horses. There was a lot of holdout Indians that came to live on the Bell Ranch. Along with Tanners friends the Ranch became a reality.
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