In Stem's Gap at the big bend to the north on 61, Major Stem and his friend Mr. Lepperman, both from Ohio from which Stem had relocated in 1850 after being appointed Special Indian Agent at the Lower Reservation, was killed late in the afternoon...
Back up near Jermyn, several miles east of 1199, in 1864, a handful of cowboys were looking for strays at Wynn Hill when they were attacked by Indians and forced to take refuge in the timber. Milton Wynn was mortally wounded; B. L. Ham and Buck...
In 1871, Captain McAdams and son, David, were attacked but stood their ground against a handful of raiders, one of which was wounded during their retreat. On June 26th, 1872, Indians chased and killed Chesley S. Dobbs on his way home from Palo Pinto...
Take Highway 82 to Nocona for a side trip (17 miles) up 103 to the site of Old Spanish Fort. Drop down to Montague on Hwy. 175 and continue on to Bowie on Hwy. 59. Try the buffet at the Catfish Hole on the west end of town. You can follow Hwy. 59...
Indian Captured at Battle Creek
Levi Current & Green Cox
Spencer O'Neill & George
W. C. McGough
Citizens Charge Indians
Lucinda Wood & Liddie Lemley Relations with Reserve Indians Wilkins Family Newt Price Motheral Gap McDow & Son J. H. Parr & Others John Elkins Jowell & Bettie Baggett Bloody Raid in Bell & Coryell Counties Dan Roberts John Pruett...
E. B. Dennis Jeremiah Green Rigman Bryant Bernard's Trading Post #2 Phillip Nolan Marker Colonel O'Neal (Neill) Captain Barry Monument Peter Johnson Sr. & Son Monroe Brothers Bloody Raid in Bell & Coryell Counties Mr. Dillard Blood Trails in...
Captain Culver's Men Encounter
Indians in Palo Pinto County
Indians Ambush W. J. Hale on
Steve Brannon & Grandma
Stephenville Blood Trail Map