The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 1, July 1897 - April, 1898 Page: 120
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120 Texas Historical Association Quarterly.
dense thicket, and Captain Williams advised us not to attack them;
as they would have greatly the advantage.
On July 5th, Judge Randolph, of Austin, Treasurer of Texas,.
came along. We told him of the men wounded the day before,
and he allowed us the use of his ambulance to haul them to Bur-
In order to ascertain the exact loss of the Kickapoos, Leroy W.
Trimble went to Santa Rosa, Mexico. He there learned that in the
fight of July 4, 1865, the Indians lost six killed and thirteen
wounded. The Kickapoos had no idea Trimble knew anything of.
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