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Paul P. Steed, "The Texas Panhandle of Yesterday," The Daily
Panhandle (Amarillo), September 21, 1915.
Phoebe K. Warner, "Mrs. Charles Goodnight Was Panhandle's
First White Woman," Amarillo Daily News (Amarillo), April 16,
1926.
Phoebe K. Warner, "Mary Ann Goodnight, Mother of the Pan-
handle," Clarendon News (Clarendon), May 6, 1926.
"How the Early Cattle Trails Figured in the Live Stock Market
Development," Southwest Plainsman (Amarillo), June 26, 1926.
"The Texas Panhandle of Today," The Daily Panhandle (Ama-
rillo), September 29, 1915.
"MacKenzie's Expeditions, Successful Battles with Kiowas and
Comanches," Galveston News (Galveston), October 22, 1874.
INTERVIEWS
Interview with M. E. (Mitch) Bell, Clarendon, Texas, 1926
and 1927.
Interview with Charles Goodnight, Goodnight, Texas, 1926 and
1927. (Colonel Goodnight moved to Clarendon in January, 1927).
Interview with T. D. Hobart, Pampa, Texas, 1926 and 1927.
Interview with Joe Horn, Clarendon, Texas, 1926 and 1927.
Interviews with Clinton Henry, Paloduro, Texas, 1926 and 1927.
Interview with M. T. (Doc) Howard, Clarendon, Texas, 1926.
Interviews with J. W. Kent, Paloduro, Texas, 1926 and 1927.
Interviews with Fain (Huck) Kent, Paloduro, Texas, 1926 and
1927.
Interviews with Ernest (Tunnie) Kent, Clarendon, Texas, 1926
and 1927.
Interviews with J. W. (Johnnie) Martin, Clarendon, Texas,
1926 and 1927.
Interviews with Jimmie Moore, Paloduro, Texas, 1926 and 1927.
Interview with Mrs. Rex Rogers, Tulia, Texas, 1926.
Interviews with Henry W. Taylor, Clarendon, Texas, 1926 and
1927.
Interviews with Jim Wilson, Paloduro, Texas, 1926 and 1927.

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