Texas Indian troubles. The most thrilling events in the history of Texas illustrated Page: 3
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We, the undersigned, have carefully examined the manuscript
of tbe book written by H. G. Bedford, and we pronounce it an
authentic account of our early Indian troubles, accurately and
truthfully written by the author, who was an eye witness to, and
participated in, many of the scenes portrayed in his excellent work.
For fifty-four year the author has lived in Texas, and, during
the whole time has been on the frontier, blazing the way for the
settler and making it possible for Texas to become the greatest
State in the Union. The book is truthfully and very beautifully
written, and is replete with adventure, pathos and romance.
R. P. DIMMITT,
Representative, 104 District.
J. M. MORGAN,
Judge of 50th Judicial District.
R. M. ELLARD,
District Attorney 50th Judicial District.
C. E. COOMBES,
County Judge, Knox County, Texas.
C. E. YOUNG,
Dist. and County Clerk, Knox Co., Tex.
D. J. BROOKERSON,
County Attorney, Knox County, Texas.
P. C. SAMS,
County Commissioner, Knox Co., Texas.
W. F. BISBEE,
Editor of Benjamin Reporter.
G. B. STEWART,
Stewart Bros. & Co., Merchants.
W. M. MOORE,
County Judge elect, Knox Co., Texas.
0. W. LEE,
Deputy Sheriff Knox County, Texas.
J. R. REEVES,
Sheriff, Knox County, Texas.
A. C. TACKETT,
Knox City, Texas.
W. A. JONES,
County Attorney, Baylar Co., Texas.
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Bedford, Hilory G. Texas Indian troubles. The most thrilling events in the history of Texas illustrated, book, 1905; Dallas, Tex.. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth33017/m1/3/?q=wilbarger: accessed November 23, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dallas Public Library.