Magazines & Instant Downloads
Vol 01 No. 04 - January 1924
The Killing of Ludwig Spaeth
By Leonard Passmore.
Account of extraordinarily brutal slaying of German Immigrant, Mr Spaeth by Indians ...
Vol 01 No. 05 - February 1924
An Early Day Sheriff's Experience
By J. B. Gillett, Ex-Sergeant
Account of J. H. Comstock sheriff of Menard county. Interesting ...
Vol 01 No. 06 - March 1924
The Lost Gold Mine of the Guadalupe Mountains.
L. H. Davis. This interesting story appeared in the El Paso Times ...
Vol 01 No. 07 - April 1924
Faithful Negro Wields Axe in Big, Fight.
April, 1848 Account of one of the most desperate hand-to hand struggles known in ...
Vol 01 No. 08 - May 1924
Murder of James H. Sewell by Indians in 1871.
By John Warren Hunter.
This eye-witness account of the murder of James ...
Vol 01 No. 09 - June 1924
The Battle of Adobe Walls.
Olive K. Dixon.
The location of these much talked of battle grounds is in Hutchinson ...
Vol 01 No. 10 - July 1924
Remarkable Story of a Very Old Man – Amasa Clark
By J. Marvin Hunter
Indeed, a remarkable story of a ...
Vol 01 No. 11 - August 1924
Across the Plains in 1849
Uncle Larry Gooding, well known in printing and newspaper circles in North Texas in the early ...
Vol 01 No. 12 - September 1924
Desperate Fighting at Adobe Walls
What is known as the Adobe Walls fight on the Canadian River in Hutchinson County, 1874, ...
Vol 02 No. 01 - October 1924
An Indian Gave Masonic Distress Sign
Account by W.R. Russell, of band of Lipan Indians near town of Leakey ...
Vol 02 No. 02 - November 1924
Gerome Shield, the Fearless Sheriff
Gerome W. Shield, Cattleman, resident of Tom Green county since 1883, hide and animal inspector from 1888 ...
Vol 02 No. 03 - December 1924
Came to Texas in an Ox-Wagon
Mrs. Florence Lanham, Nimrod, TX. Jane Wetherby Ferguson was born in Lawrence county -....