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Vol 26 No. 04 - January 1949

W. D. Boydstun, Pioneer Merchant
Account of Will D. Boydstun, long-time pioneer dry goods merchant of Baird, TX. Mr. Boydstun ...

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Vol 26 No. 05 - February 1949

Sam Houston's Letter to Santa Anna
When General Santa Anna, president of Mexico, was captured by the Texas forces after ...

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Vol 26 No. 06 - March 1949

The Chihuahua Trail
Much history has been written about the Santa Fe Trail; little about the Chihuahua Trail. Yet, statistics ...

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Vol 26 No. 07 - April 1949

Sam Houston's Spirit Lives Forever
“Sam Houston was surely the most gloriously romantic and glamorous figure who ever stalked across ...

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Vol 26 No. 08 - May 1949

Erath's Famous Fight
Late in 1836, in accordance with a previously agreed plan looking to the special protection of Robertson's Colony, ...

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Vol 26 No. 09 - June 1949

The Old Time "Fool Cowboy
Albert W. Thompson
Account of ranches, cattlemen and cowboys along the Canadian river in early 1880...

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Vol 26 No. 10 - July 1949

Mrs. Mary White, Pioneer Mother
J. Marvin Hunter, Sr.
Account of the life of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip White, who ...

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Vol 27 No. 01 - October 1949

An Octogenarian Writes A Book
J. Marvin Hunter, Sr.
“The father of Frank S. Gray moved to San Saba county ...

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Vol 27 No. 02 - November 1949

The Great Storm at Ogallala in 1882
Edgar Beecher Bronson
Account describes a tremendous, sudden storm and the subsequent flood that ...

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Vol 27 No. 03 - December 1949

Joseph Young Latham, Early Day School Teacher
Miss Rina Latham
Joseph Young Latham, (familiarly known as Dode Latham), was born ...

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Vol 26 No. 11 - August 1949

Gen. Houston at San Jacinto
Tex Oran

The San Jacinto campaign lasted one month and 11 days, beginning properly on March 11, 1836, ...

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Our Testimonials

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!