The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 62, July 1958 - April, 1959 Page: 397
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ranges comprehensively from the geological and archaeological
past to the changes that have taken place in the county since
World War II.
Through the generosity of John Schroeder of La Grange, the
Association has received a copy of a picture of Colonel John H.
Moore, the noted La Grange colonist, planter, and frontiersman.
The picture has been placed in the archives of the Eugene C.
Barker Texas History Center for permanent preservation.
An interesting communicative piece of information has been
received from the Mackenzie Trail Memorial Association, P. O.
Drawer 1146, Stamford, Texas, which will be of interest to many
members of the Association. It is pointed out that during the
twenty years from 1876 to 1896 the Mackenzie Trail was the most
important in West Texas.
THE MACKENZIE TRAIL IN WEST TEXAS
Thousands and thousands of families went West to settle along its
path. Earlier it had marked the way along which soldiers passed to
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