The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 3, July 1899 - April, 1900 Page: 152
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152 Texas Historical Association Quarterly.
fields below them, they saw the Indians pursuing Bell and Cole-
Some of those who were present where the little boy who had
been shot by the Indians was lying urged Dr. Robertson to extract
the arrow while the boy was yet living; but seeing that it was im-
bedded in or near the spine he sternly refused. After the death of
the child it took the strength of a man to draw the arrow out.
The party pursuing the Indians passed between the State ceme-
tery and Watson's Hill, where Tillotson Institute is now located,
back of the City Cemetery and the old reservoir, on to what was
afterward the old fair ground, overtaking them just where the
grand stand subsequently stood.
The spot where the little boy was killed was marked for many
years by two small leaning trees.
JULIA LEE SINKS.
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