Forty years at El Paso, 1858-1898; recollections of war, politics, adventure, events, narratives, sketches, etc., by W. W. Mills. Page: 73 of 163
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FORTY YEARS AT EL PASO.
greatly excited and told me that he had seen a corner
of my Mexican blanket projecting from a little sandhill
near the house where the thief had been caught. Every
article which lhad been stolen was found tied in that
blanket and uninjured. The Indians in going around
the house to find any trail which might be going out
had taken too wide a circle, or they would have found
where the articles were buried.
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Mills, William W. Forty years at El Paso, 1858-1898; recollections of war, politics, adventure, events, narratives, sketches, etc., by W. W. Mills., book, 1901; Chicago. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth6112/m1/73/?q=Forty%20Years%20at%20El%20Paso,%201858-1898:%20Recollections%20of%20War,%20Politics: accessed February 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .