Killing of Goodhart Near the Kendall-Comal County Line

    It was shortly after the close of the Civil War, and about 1866, that Mr. Goodhart was killed by the Indians while working in the cedarbreaks, about eight miles east of Boerne. Goodhart had stopped for dinner, and had led his horses about four hundred yards to water. Here he was killed and scalped by wild men.

    Ref: Same as preceding section.

The above story is from the book, The West Texas Frontier, by Joseph Carroll McConnell.


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