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INDIAN WARS AND PIONEERS OF TEXAS.
George Altgelt, of San Antonio. The sons are
among the leading business men of that city. The
elder, Mr. George H. Kalteyer, being the senior
member of the firm of F. Kalteyer on
County one hundred and seventy-two acres of
and upon which the city of Georgetown is locaed
and which place was named in honor of him.
'o the building up of Georgetown and Williamson
'ounty he devoted much of his energy, time and
leans. He moved to Austin, Travis County, in
853, where he resided until his death, in 1868.
rom 1850 to the time of his death he filled many
nportant positions. He represented Travis and
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