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THREE MONTHS AMONG THE INDIANS (Part 2 of 2)

Published August 29th, 2018 by Frontieradmin

Written by Ole T. Nystel, of Meridian, Texas Part 2 of 2 Attempt To Escape.  On the following afternoon I was set to digging roots for food. One Indian stood near ...
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THREE MONTHS AMONG THE INDIANS (Part 1 of 2)

Published August 28th, 2018 by Frontieradmin

Written by Ole T. Nystel, of Meridian, Texas THE author of this work, Ole Tergerson Nystel, was born in Henderson county, Texas January 4. 1853. My parents immigrated from Norway, Europe, to ...
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THE CAPTURE OF MRS. WILSON

Published September 7th, 2017 by Frontieradmin

From Hunter’s Frontier Times Magazine, June, 1924 In the spring of 1853 a party of immigrants started from Northeast Texas overland to California. There were ten or twelve men, one ...
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WHITE SQUAW OF THE COMANCHES - Tragic Tale of Cynthia Ann Parker

Published July 26th, 2017 by Frontieradmin

By J. Marvin Nichols From J. Marvin Hunter’s Frontier Times Magazine, March, 1927 MORE than 90 years, 91 next May to he exact, have gone by since Cynthia Ann Parker was lost ...
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WHITE BOY BECOMES AN INDIAN

Published February 19th, 2016 by Frontieradmin

Narrative by Charles Morris, of Kerrville, Texas A family by the name of Fischer lived just below the Morris Ranch in Gillespie county in the early days, and in about 1868 ...
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TERRIFYING CAPTURE OF MRS. LUSTER

Published January 15th, 2016 by Frontieradmin

By J. Marvin Hunter From J. Marvin Hunter's Frontier Times Magazine, August, 1941 The heroism and bravery of the women on the Texas frontier has never been equalled by any other ...
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DOT BABB, INDIAN CAPTIVE PASSES ON

Published March 30th, 2014 by Frontieradmin

[This fascinating and tragic account is from Hunter's Frontier Times Magazine, November, 1936] ON AUGUST 10, 1936, there passed away at his home in Amarillo, Texas, Theodore Adolphus Babb, better known to ...
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