The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 43, July 1939 - April, 1940 Page: 84
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84 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Such was the stage in the progress of Post's colonization activ-
ities in West Texas, when, early in May, 1914, the hand of death
cut short the work of a dreamer, experimenter, and "individualist,"
with his vision of a Utopian community, in "wealth, comfort,
peace, and contentment"; and "able to rope and hog-tie any
outfit of rainbow-chasers that ever existed."
Texas Technological College.
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