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Vol 13 No. 12 - September 1936
The Story Of A Young Emigrant's Suffering
Account of a settler, a Scotchman, "McLeod" and his Irish wife Nora, who ...
Vol 14 No. 02 - November 1936
The Indian Hollow Fight In Llano County
By Joe V. Latham.
INDIAN HOLLOW is situated in the southeastern part of ...
Vol 14 No. 03 - December 1936
Big Celebration At Denison In 1874
By W. W. Hornbeck, Mountain Home, Texas.
Account describes the events associated with the arrival ...
Vol 12 No. 04 - January 1935
The Adams Diggings
By Max Coleman, Lubbock, Texas.
Coleman says, “there are a thousand and one explanations, stories and legends ...
Vol 12 No. 05 - February 1935
A Texan's Opportunity
By Max Coleman, Lubbock, Texas.
Story of a cowboy opportunist, John B. Kendricks. He grew up to ...
Vol 12 No. 06 - March 1935
The Fall Of The Alamo
Account of the notable event which inspired the victory of San Jacinto, and Texas’ freedom.
Vol 12 No. 08 - May 1935
The Great Southwest
By Purple Sage (P. S. McGeeney)
From "Idle Moments of a Vagabond," revised from "Memory's Archives." Mentions: ...
Vol 12 No. 09 - June 1935
Texans In Utah In 1857
By Charles Kelly, Salt Lake City, Utah
NEARLY everyone who has read western history knows something ...
Vol 12 No. 10 - July 1935
Expedition To Re-Establish Old Ft. Phil Kearney
By Upton Lorentz, Comfort Texas
In 1874, Grant being president and General Sherman in ...
Vol 13 No. 02 - November 1935
Frontier Sheriffs Played Important Role
By Max Coleman, Lubbock, Texas
Among all of the important roles played by pioneer settlers ...
Vol 11 No. 04 - January 1934
Passing of a Stage Driver
by J. Marvin Hunter. Account of well known frontier character, William J. Ellis, describes events ...
Vol 11 No. 05 - February 1934
A Cowboy Poet
by John White
Account of famous cowboy poet, D. J. O'Malley.
Mentions: the N-Bar-N ranch in Eastern ...
Vol 11 No. 07 - April 1934
Zachary Taylor's Encampment at Corpus Christi
By Coleman McCampbell. CORPUS CHRISTI first came into national prominence with the encampment ...
Vol 11 No. 09 - June 1934
The Texas Petroleum Industry
It was in 1895 that the American Well and Prospecting company, contractors, while sinking a well for ...
Vol 11 No. 11 - August 1934
Fort Davis Opened Trail Through Bad Lands of Texas
San Antonio Express. This is an excellent, detailed and fairly lengthy ...
Vol 11 No. 12 - September 1934
Ben Thompson, Slain 50 Years Ago, Still Talked About
San Antonio Express. On the night of March 11, 1884, Ben Thompson and John ...
Vol 12 No. 01 - October 1934
Ben Thompson and Billy Sims
by Captain J. B. Gillett. Mentions lesser known details regarding the exploits of notorious Ben ...
Vol 12 No. 02 - November 1934
Sarah Ware Kincheloe - Frontier Heroine
By Aileen Penley Baldwin. Remarkable and riveting account of a true heroic pioneer. Sarah ...
Vol 23 No. 06 - March 1946
Ludwig Spaeth Killed by Indians
By J. Marvin Hunter
Among the many tragedies of the early frontier, there was none ...
Vol 26 No. 11 - August 1949
Gen. Houston at San Jacinto
The San Jacinto campaign lasted one month and 11 days, beginning properly on March 11, 1836, ...