Palo Pinto County

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Uncommemorated Sites from North to South
Detachment of Capt. Dillahunty's Company Encounters a Band of Wild Indians Near Old Black Springs | Arrow in the Water Bucket | Murder of Mullen's and Fight of W.C. McAdams and Others | Loving's Valley Fight | Captain W.C. McAdams Fight in the Northwestern Part of Palo Pinto County | Indian Fight Near the Mouth of Big Keechi in Palo Pinto County | George Dodson Kills Indian in Palo Pinto County | Ben & John Caruthers, Lim Vaughan and Four or Five Others Encounter Indians | Turkey Creek Fight of 1864 | Jowell Brothers and Others Encounter Indians on Turkey Creek | Henry Welty | Observation Point | Goodnight/Loving Pasture | Chesley S. Dobbs | Crawford Fight on Chick Bend Mountain | Experience of George Eubanks | Thomas Eubanks | Indian Fight About Six Miles from the Present City of Mineral Wells When Elbert Doss was Killed - April 24, 1869 | Citizens of Palo Pinto Encounter Indians Near the Mouth of Ioni | William M. Peters | Indians Ambush W.J. Hale on Ioni | Indians Charge Dr. D.B. Warren's Camp | Palo Pinto | Several Local Citizens Have Fight with Savages About Three Miles South & East of Palo Pinto | Benjamin Franklin Baker | Chesley S. Dobbs | Wesley Cravens | Fight at the Dick Lemons' Farm, About Five Miles Southeast of Palo Pinto | Indians Treed in the Lake Creek Mts. | Lone Camp | Ward Mountain Fight | Captain Culver's Men Encounter Indians in Palo Pinto Co. | Fort Stubblefield | Fred Colley, Coler or Colter | Experience of George Lemons and Elic Hestelow | Steve Brannon and Grandma Cohen | T.H. Major's Fight on Buck Creek | Nick Lee | Tipton Seay
Uncommemorated and Unmapped Sites
Big Foot Wallace | Capt. J.J. Cureton's Wolf Creek Fight | The Citizens, Rangers, and Soldiers Retaliate | Double Mountain Gap Fight | Oliver Loving | Indian Experience of Dalton, Terry, Denton | J.B. Slaughter Wounded | Brandon Raid | Choctaw Tom | Indians Attack the Rolland Boys and Davy Crockett
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Detachment of Capt. Dillahunty's Company Encounters a Band of Wild Indians Near Old Black Springs Lone Camp Fort Stubblefield Captain W. C. McAdams Fight in the Northwestern Part of Palo Pinto County Observation Point Goodnight/Loving Pasture Chesley S. Dobbs Crawford Fight on Chick Bend Mountain Citizens of Palo Pinto Encounter Indians Near the Mouth of Ioni Indians Ambush W. J. Hale on Ioni Indians Charge Dr. D. B. Warren's Camp William M. Peters W. J. Hale's Indian Fight, About Eight or Nine Miles North and East of Strawn Fred Colley, Coler or Colter Experience of George Lemons and Elic Hestelow Steve Brannon and Grandma Cohen Captain Culver's Men Encounter Indians in Palo Pinto Co. Indians Treed in the Lake Creek Mts. Palo Pinto Several Local Citizens Have Fight with Savages About Three Miles South & East of Palo Pinto Ward Mountain Fight Nick Lee Tipton Seay T. H. Major's Fight on Buck Creek Fight at the Dick Lemons' Farm, About Five Miles Southeast of Palo Pinto Chesley S. Dobbs Wesley Cravens W. J. Hale's Exciting Chase South of Mineral Wells Benjamin Franklin Baker Indian Fight About Six Miles from the Present City of Mineral Wells When Elbert Doss was Killed - April 24, 1869 Thomas Eubanks Experience of George Eubanks Henry Welty George Dodson Kills Indian in Palo Pinto County Indian Fight Near the Mouth of Big Keechi in Palo Pinto County Jowell Brothers and Others Encounter Indians on Turkey Creek Arrow in the Water Bucket Murder of Mullen's and Fight of W. C. McAdams and Others Loving's Valley Fight Ben & John Caruthers, Lim Vaughan and Four or Five Others Encounter Indians Turkey Creek Fight of 1864 Further Activities of Indians During This Same Raid