The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 63, July 1959 - April, 1960 Page: 45
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The Mooar Brothers, Buffalo Hunters 45
rado City to the Quitaque section of Charles Goodnight's ranch
and provisions for a Texas Ranger camp in Blanco Canyon. Each
time he came back with a load of buffalo bones, for which he
usually received $12.50 a ton. By the time he had delivered all
the wire, he had been paid more than $1,500 for bones.
Each of the Mooar brothers married and settled in West Texas,
John in Colorado City, where he was a carriage dealer and a
landowner, and Wright on a ranch near Snyder. John lived until
1918 and Wright until 194o, but neither found any new adven-
ture to match those of the buffalo range.
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