Museum Exhibits at Fort Concho

The Bill Stebbins Weaponry Collection

These donated weapons and artifacts, from long time Fort Concho Volunteer Bill Stebbins, represent the U. S. military from the mid to late nineteenth century.  The collection consists of both original and reproduction items included rifles, pistols, edged weapons, and accoutrements.  The collection is on display in the Barracks 1 Visitor Center.

2013 Exhibits

Quanah Parker:
A Man in Two Worlds
May 18 - June 27

Fort Concho will host a special photograph display on Comanche Chief Quanah Parker in the Barracks 1 Visitor Center. The exhibit will run from May 18 - June 27. The display includes over 30 images of Quanah and his family from the 1890s through the early 20th Century. Quanah's mother Cynthia Ann Parker, who was also split between two worlds, will additionally be highlighted. This display was created under the direction of the Texas Lakes Trail, a heritage tourism program of the Texas Historical Commission. There is no admission charge and the exhibit will be open during the fort's regular business hours.  

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