The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 70, July 1966 - April, 1967 Page: 92
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92 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
Command was duly recognized by both the Govts. of the U. S. &
Texas as a legal Organization & that their claims for Indemnity
would be duly recognized as proper presentation. How it was defeated
has already been explained. yours Truly,
[Signed] Hugh F. Young
It must be borne ,[in mind] that the facts concerning the Snively
Expedition are made on the authority of Col. Young, particularly
those in reference to Capt. Warfield. Col. Young has died since
the above was written. He was a gentleman who always aimed to
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