North Fork of the Concho River

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12 February 1857; Sterling City, Texas: Lt. Robert C. Wood, with Company B, 2nd Cavalry, was scouting out of Fort Mason along the North Fork of the Concho River. After tracking a Comanche trail for three days, the soldiers found and attacked the Indians. Three Comanches were killed and two were taken prisoner. Lt. Wood was wounded.

Encyclopedia of Indian Wars by Gregory F. Michno
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