The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 53, July 1949 - April, 1950 Page: 201
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that inhabits the swamps of their rivers Still this evil may be
prevented with a few hundred Soldiers posted at proper stations
the other objections which might be enumerated are common to
A list of towns passed through on our way to Texas. Mississippi:
Cotton Gin Port, Greenville,25 Canton, Livingston, Raymond,
Clinton, Gibson Port, Rodney. Louisiana: Harrisonburgh, Alex-
andria, Fort Jasup (garrison). Texas: Augustine; Liberty on
Trinity; San Felipe, Brazos River; Mina, San Antonio Road.
List of rivers with ferries [and prices in dollars]. Tombecbee
.87, 2 Bayo Pierre .88, Mississippi 7.00, Tensaw 1.75, Bayo Louis
1.75, Washeta 1.75, Little River 1.75, Red River 1.25, Sabine
1.5o, Angelina 1.5o, Naches 1.25, Trinity 1.1212, Brazos .75, Col-
25This is not the modern town of Greenville on the Mississippi River, but the
now abandoned town of Greenville in Jefferson County. The latter was on the
Natchez Trace (Riley, "Extinct Towns and Villages in Mississippi," 345-346).
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