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Jack County
Jack County Active Battle Map
Jack County, Texas Historical Markers
Jacksboro Community
Jacksboro, Indian Fight in the Edge of Jacksboro
Jacksboro Through Keechi Valley
Jackson County, Texas Historical Markers
Jackson, Henry
Jackson, Lewis
Jackson, Mose
Jackson, Murder of Mr.
Jamestown
Jasper County, Texas Historical Markers
Jeff Davis County, Texas Historical Markers
Jefferson County, Texas Historical Markers
Jemez
Jenkins, William
Jennings, Sam B.
Jim Hogg County, Texas Historical Markers
Jim Wells County, Texas Historical Markers
John Day's Road
Johnson, Brit
Johnson, Brit; Dennis Cureton and Paint Crawford
Johnson, Britt and David White
Johnson County, Texas Historical Markers
Johnson, Frank
Johnson, Proffit & Carrollton
Johnson Draw
Johnson, Peter (Sr. & Jr.)
Johnson, W.A. & Arch
Johnson, Waford (Wife & Children)
Johnson City, Indian Fight Southeast of
Johnson City, Running Fight Fives Miles South of
Johnston's Station
Jones County, Texas Historical Markers
Jones, Henry
Jones, St. Clair
Jones, Wright
Jones Creek, Battle of
Jones's Fight
Jonesboro
Jornada del Muerto
Journey's Men Fight Indians Near Fort Worth, Captain
Jowell Brothers
Joy, Mrs. Wylie
Julesburg
Julesburg and Fort Rankin, Cheyenne Attack on
Junction Community

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Kaiser, F.C.
Kanopolis Community
Kansas Historical Markers
Karnes' Arroyo Seco Fight
Karnes Comanche Fight
Karnes County, Texas Historical Markers
Kaufman County, Texas Historical Markers
Kechum Brothers and Others, Murder of
Keechi, Indian Fight Near the Mouth of Big
Keechi Valley Drive
Keep Ranch Fight
Keith and Others, Berry (Coon)
Keith, Indian Experience of Mrs. Sarah Jane
Keith, Wilson S.
Kelley, Peters and Negro
Kelly Wagon Train
Kemp, Sarah and Elonzo White
Kendall County Citizens Encounter Indians on Curry Creek
Kendall County, Texas Historical Markers
Kendall's Sheepmen, Major
Kenedy County, Texas Historical Markers
Kenon and Paschal Families
Kensing, Heinrich and Johanna
Kensing, Mr. and Mrs.
Kent County, Texas Historical Markers
Kentucky Military History Museum
Keokuk Falls
Kerr County Active Battle Map
Kerr County, Texas Historical Markers
Keyser and His Father, Narrow Escape of John; Killing of McGee, Hill and Hodges
Kickapoo Battlefield
Kickapoo Creek
Kickapoo Springs
Kidd, Wm. S. & Harve Putman
Kidder Massacre
Kilgore
Kilgore, Jack and Daniel Wainscott
Killdeer Mountain
Killen, Thomas
Killough Massacre
Kimble County Active Battle Map
Kimble County, Texas Historical Markers
Kincheloe, Mrs. R.H.
Kindla, Theodore
King County, Texas Historical Markers
King, Ed & Capt. John Williams
King Philip's War
King's Fort
Kinney County, Texas Historical Markers
Kiowa Village, Osages Attack
Klamath Cave and Ferry
Kleberg County, Texas Historical Markers
Knight, Isaac F.
Knight, James
Knox County, Texas Historical Markers
Knox, Lieutenant
Koozer, Goddleck
Korn, Adolph
Kountz, Isaac N.
Krawitz Children
Kuykendall, Samuel

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La Grange Community
La Junta Community
La Salle County, Texas Historical Markers
Lackey, Bob and McLeroy Children
Lac qui Parle Mission
Lacy's Fort
Laguna
Lagunas Quatras
Lajitas Community
Lake Creek Mts., Indians Treed in the
Lake Massacre
Lake Okeechobee
Lake Quemado
Lake Trinidad
Lamar County Civil War Era
Lamar County, Texas Historical Markers
Lamb County, Texas Historical Markers
Lampasas, Comanche County Citizens Fight Indians on the Headwaters of the
Lampasas County Active Battle Map
Lampasas County, Texas Historical Markers
Lampasas Raid
Landman Family
Landrum, Thomas
Lane, Alfred
Lane, Sammy
Laredo
Laredo Community
Larned Community
Las Animas Creek
Las Cruces Community
Las Raices Creek
Las Vegas Community
Lasater Brothers
Lasater and her Children, Mrs. F.A.
Lasater, Green
Lasater, Marion; Wes Sheek & Others
Lauderdate Massacre
Lavaca County, Texas Historical Markers
Lawrence, Josh
Lawton Community
Leaky, John
Lean Bear
Leaper, Johnnie
Lease, Wayne
Leavenworth, Camp
Leavenworth Community
Lebo Fight
Ledbetter, John
Ledbetter Salt Works, Fierce Fight at
Lee and His Solders' Experience with Indians on the Seco, General Robert E.
Lee County, Texas Historical Markers
Lee Home, Indians Storm the
Lee, Nick
Leech Lake Fight
Legacy
Legion Valley Raid
Lehman Children
Lemley Girls and Mrs. Lucinda Wood
Lemons, Dick
Lemons, George
Leon County, Texas Historical Markers
Leslie, Robert
Lewis, Mr.
Lewis Family
Lewis, W.W.
Lewis, William
Liberty
Liberty County, Texas Historical Markers
Light, W.L.; wife, Mary and baby, Dora
Lillie's Ranch
Limestone County, Texas Historical Markers
Lindsey, Owen F.
Links to Other Sites
Linn, Benjamin F.
Lipan Indian Fight
Lipscomb County, Texas Historical Markers
Little Bighorn, Battle of
Little Blue River Raid
Little Cheyenne Creek
Little Colorado River and Expedition
Little Coon Creek
Little Dry Creek
Little, James
Little Muddy Creek
Little River Fort Blood Trail
Little River Fort
Little River Settler's Attack
Little Wichita, Battle of
Littlefield, M.Y. (Roe)
Littlefield, R.W.
Littleton's Home, Joe
Live Oak County, Texas Historical Markers
Live Oak Creek
Live Oak Creek (Iraan, Texas)
Llano County Active Battle Map
Llano County, Texas Historical Markers
Llano River
Llano River, Headwaters of the
Lloyd's and Slocum's Ranches
Local Citizens Fight Savages
Loftin (Jack) - Battle of Stone Houses and Other Ranger Expeditions
Loftin (Jack) - Cavalry Tracks (Little Wichita Battle)
Loftin (Jack) - Home Page
Loftin (Jack) - R.S. Neighbors
Loftin (Jack) - Tracks of Murder, Retaliation and Exodus
Loftin (Jack) - Tracks of Protection
Loftin (Jack) - Tracks Settle Down
Loftin (Jack) - Tracks of Trade and Immigration
Lofton, Kendall
Lone Camp
Lone Tree Massacre
Lone Wolf's Revenge Raid
Lone Wolf's Revenge Raid Drive
Lonesome Dove, Real
Long, Captain Ira
Long, Francis M.
Long, Killing of
Looking Glass Creek
Lookout Point
Lookout Station
Lopp, John
Los Animas
Lost Valley
Lost Valley Pen, Night Fight at the
Loup River, Cheyennes Attack Pawnees on
Love's Defeat
Loving County, Texas Historical Markers
Loving, Oliver
Loving's Fight
Loving's Valley Fight
Lubbock Community
Lubbock County, Texas Historical Markers
Lyman Wagon Train
Lynch Killed in Lampasas County, Captain
Lynn County, Texas Historical Markers
Lynn, Pete

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