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Vol 25 No. 04 - January 1948

The Beginning of Civilized Texas
“The story of Texas begins with the time when the first civilized man beheld its ...

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Vol 25 No. 05 - February 1948

Henry Nowlin Kerr County Pioneer
J. Marvin Hunter, Sr.
Account of the life of one of the Texas Hill country's ...

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Vol 25 No. 06 - March 1948

Captain Neal Coldwell
By A. J. Sowell
Account of Captain Neal Coldwell who was born in Dade county, Missouri, in ...

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Vol 25 No. 07 - April 1948

Some Early Settlements in Texas
By August Santleben
Account describes the earliest settlers and settlements of the region originally designated ...

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Vol 25 No. 08 - May 1948

Philip Nolan
From the Texas Almanac, 1868. Account of Philip Nolan, of Irish origin, who became, through his numerous trading expeditions ...

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Vol 25 No. 09 - June 1948

Avis Brown Baker
By Avis Lott Sheppard
(As told to Gertrude Harris Cook)
Account of “Grandmother” Avis Brown Baker who ...

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Vol 25 No. 11 - August 1948

A Texas Frontier Journalist
V. O. Key, Jr.
"Two-gun" men, "boot" hills, bank robbers, cattle "rustling" fence wars, reckless cowboys ...

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Vol 25 No. 12 - September 1948

An Early Day Texas School
J. Marvin Hunter, Sr.
Account of the frontier school which stood on the bank of ...

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Vol 26 No. 01 - October 1948

Uncle Sam's Camels
Taylor-Trotwood Magazine
Several camel-laden vessels docked at Galveston during the years between 1856 and 1859. The camels were imported ...

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Vol 26 No. 02 - November 1948

Robert Edward Lee
Robert L. Taylor
Mr. Taylor offers this excellent sketch of the life of this consummate man of ...

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Vol 26 No. 03 - December 1948

Revolution of Texas in 1812
From Texas Scrap Book, 1875
“In 1811 and 1812 Colonel W. D. C. Hall was residing at Nachitoches, and ...

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Vol 25 No. 10 - July 1948

Origin and Development of the Santa Fe Trade

This article is taken from "Commerce of the Prairies" a book published ...

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Glad to get networked with you Jim. I have really had a lot of success  with my research thanks to Frontier Times and yourself of course. Mr.  Hunter was a God send in helping record enough information to help  future generations track our history. When our families arrived here in  Texas they were ahead of government, counties, etc. so it is a great  task to piece together details. Thanks and have a Merry Christmas  brother!