Round Timbers

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19 May 1872; Westover, Texas: A band of Comanches and Kiowas including Kom-pai-te, the young brother of Kiowa chief White Horse, attacked a survey party, led by L.H. Luckett, seven miles east of Round Timbers, about 25 miles northwest of Fort Belknap near present-day Megargel, Texas. One of the surveyors was killed; Kom-pai-te and another Kiowa boy were also killed, and Pohocsucut, brother of Comanche chief Tabananica, was wounded. More

Encyclopedia of Indian Wars by Gregory F. Michno
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