Frontier Times Magazine
Vol 2 No. 11 - August 1925
Alexander; Capt John B. Armstrong; John B. Lt Armstrong; Capt G. W. Arrington; Austin; K. H. Aynesworth; Dot Babb; John Barton; George W. Baylor; Col George W. Baylor; ; Ellis P. Bean; Roy Justice; H. G. Bedford; Hamilton P. Bee; Trav Bell; Alex Bennett; Bill Bennett; Claude Bennett; H. Bensemann; Chief Big Tree; John D. Birdwell; G. C. Bitties; Ephraim Blackburn; Henry Bonnet; Capt J. S. Bourland; Jane Bowen; st Sgt W. C. Bradley; Lt F. Breazel; Dr Brooks; Pres S. P Brooks. ; Buckelew; Aaron Burr; Gen Byrnes; Sam Callahan; Joseph Camp; Dr Joseph Camp; Mary Ann Camp; Gen Castrillon; W. D. Chipley; Alvin Clark; Pvt Amasa Clark; Don Jesus Cobas; Richard Gov Coke; Frank Conley; John Connor; Gen Cos; Col D. B. Culberson; Gov Culberson; Mariano Capt Culmanaris; F. S. Curtis; JeffersonDavis; Rev J. M. Dawson; G. M. Day; Gen Delgado; Hartman Dignowity; Bud Dixon; Tom Dixon; Dobell; Dobell; Dobie; Chris Capt Dorbant; A. J. Dowell; Jack Duncan; Pvt Duncan; John Dunn; J. A. Lt Durand; Duval; Capt Eldridge; Julia Estill; Lt D. H. Farr; John R. Capt Fenn; Gov Ferguson; Bob Fitzsimmons; G. W. Forbes; Emory Foster; Jack Foster; Frank Freeman; Uriah Gasaway; Chief Geronimo; Ed Gibson; William Gill; Gillett; Daniel Gonder; Malone W. Graham; Col Benjamin H. Grierson; Gen Grierson; N. Capt Gussett; Dr Edward Everett Hale; Alexander Hamilton; Harvey Hammer; John G. Hardin; ; John Wesley ; C. W. Judge Harris; Nat Corp Harrison; Geo Hay; Col James M. Holmes; Pvt Holmes; ; Gen Houston; Gov Hubbard; Lt Hudson; Dr Johnson ; Mont Hurst; Sheriff W. H. Hutchinson; Alpheus Hyatt; Harriet R. Hyatt; Lt J. Hynes; David Irvin; Pres Thomas Jefferson; Rufus Jenkins; Will Jenkins; Lee Jenkius; Sgt Richard Jones; Capt Wm E. Jones; Capt Henry Karnes; A. B. King; Aaron B. King; H. C. King; H. C. Sen King; J. Lt King; Virginia King; A. Klappenbach; Capt E. Krauskopf; Gen Lamar; J. C. Landrum; Abraham Lincoln; Buck Lock; ChiefLone Wolf; James P. Magill; Peter Maher; Jim Mann; Anna Martin; Gen Brig J. D. McAdoo; Capt McCulloch; Capt McCullough; Capt Bill McDonald; James L. McElroy; Bob McKinney; C. C. McKinney; John McKinney; Tol McKinney; Tom McKinney; A. R. McTee; Capt Bladen Mitchell; Albert Mullins; M. Lt Musquiz; Gen Pedro de Nava; Chief Jim Ned; Lt Chas Nevill; Capt Nolan; Philip Nolan; G. H. Judge Noonan; Col Norton; Mack Park; Billy Parks; David Parks; Dr L. W. Payne; Pauline Periwinkle; T. O. Plunket; Pres Polk; David D. Porter; A. J. Purdue; J. E. Ranck; Fannie Ratchford; Capt Reynolds; Virgil Ridgeway; Capt Geo Robbins; Capt Roberts; O. M. Chief Justice; James M. Robertson; George Robinson; Harry Robinson; Pres Roosevelt; Sheriff Daniel Rugh; Cephus Corp Rush; John Rutledge; P. D. Saner; Todos Santos; Chief Satank; Chief Satanta; Gen Scott; Roy P. Scott; Corp W. Scott; Winfield Scott; Brown Seay; Jim Shaw; Gen Sheridan; Gen Philip Sheridan; Gen Joshua W. Sill; A. Silver; Maj Simms; Deaf Smith; J. T. Smith; Victor J. Smith; Noah Smithwick; Will Snurley; Doc Spears; Robert Starkey; Louisa Stearns; William B. Stearns; Gen Steele; W. R. Stonebraker; Oliver J. Stough; John K. Stracken; John K. Strecker; Gen Taylor; Jim Taylor; Dr T. U. Taylor; Zachary Taylor; Col Joaquin Terrazas; Capt J. Tom Thompson; Sgt L. S. Turnbo; Sgt L. S. Turnbo; Gen Twigg; Gov Vance; Chief Victorio; Allen Vince; Wm S. Wahrmund; P. Lt Waldrip; W. R. Corp Waller; Thos Watkin; Charles Webb; A. Lt Webber; John Wedig; Capt West; W. A. Whatley; A. G. Wiley; Gen Wilkinson; J. A. Wilkinson; Gen James Wilkinson; Capt Williams; Pres Wilson; Joe Wilton; Capt Wolhersdoff; Capt Wyatt; Wuthrich;
Contents of this volume:
Only 19 Survivors Of The Mexican War
An excellent beginning has been made in the K. H. Aynesworth Library of Texas History, which is a notable part of Baylor's library, consisting of several thousand volumes and documents relating to Texas, some of them of great value gathered by the donor through long years. In its collection may be found abundant references to Philip Nolan of a more elaborate sort than those in the popular histories…The story of Philip Nolan, one of the most romantic annals of the Southwest and one of the most significant in the history of the United States, has been much confused. Dr. Edward Everett Hale made Philip Nolan the unhappy hero of his "Man Without a Country." …With all the historical research thus far historians are not agreed as to whether Philip Nolan, as stated by one Richards, who deserted from Nolan's party, intended to build a fort from whose base 'he would explore the country, locate mines and after getting enough horses would lead an army of Americans to the conquest of Texas, was merely engaged in the profitable if hazardous contraband business of buying and selling wild horses, was responding to a scientific request of President Thomas Jefferson, was unconsciously the agent of President Jefferson in collecting information about the little known country of the Tehas, or was acting with Aaron Burr with treasonable designs upon the United States in the hope of establishing a kingdom in the West.
It appears that after many trips into the Spanish territory in the business of catching wild horses, the dashing, young Irishman, Philip Nolan received a letter from Monticello from Jefferson, dated June 24, 1798, in which it was stated that the-,President had heard much of him as knowing more than any one else about the large herds of wild horses west of the Mississippi, and that there was a…"
Includes events in and around Davis Mountains, Sacramento Mountains, Eighteen mile water hole, Eagle Springs, Fort Quitman, Borach Mountains, Don Jesus Cobas, Carrizo Springs, Col. Joaquin Terrazas, Graham, Grant, Morgan, Crenshaw, Nat Harrison, Chas Neville and Diablo Mountains.
To Arroya Negro where afterwards a terrible fight followed. – Another great first-hand, eye-witness account. While reading these, you have to remind yourself, you’re not reading the fancies of L’amour, but REAL LIFE HISTORY!
He had wailed in pain till. o'er his brow death's shadows fast were gathering now He thought of his home and his loved ones nigh, As the cowboys gathered to see him die…
" Oh, bury me not on the lone prairie,
Where the wild coyotes will howl o'er me
In, a narrow grave just six by three,
Oh, bury me not on the lone prairie. etc, etc, etc
J. C. Duval. 10th Installment (we have the rest – just ask). More on events of Mexican war around Coletto, Goliad…of Col. Fannin, Holliday and the daring & incredible escape of Wm. Hunter. Gripping story.