The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 30, July 1926 - April, 1927 Page: 238
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238 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
the West; when it rises it is day, when it sets it is night."
And an old paper of the county carried the advertisement, "Six
likely negros for sale."
And there were nondescript articles sufficient in number to
hold one's interest for hours. Among others was a pipe, evi-
dently of Indian make, long of stem, enormous of bowl, beaded
and carved; a small, nail-studded chest, said to have been brought
to the country full of gold; the old jail key, worn and rusted
Altogether the exhibition was varied and complete. Nor was
it interesting from idle curiosity only; it had a high educational
value; showing, as no printed page could do, ways of living when
Texas was in the shaping.
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