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Texas (Texas, United States) (search for this): article 5
Indians in North Texas. --The following is an extract from a responsible letter from Carnesville, Cook county, Texas, dated February 13th, 1863; "We have the Indians in our county. They have stolen several horses, and have killed four persons, two of whom were near Montague, by the same of Moore. They were out spatting rails when they killed them. They out off their cars and hands and ped them. The two others were named Stump and Seiley. They were stripped of all their clothing nd signs is plenty all over the country, and there is much excitement here about it"
Cook county (Illinois, United States) (search for this): article 5
Indians in North Texas. --The following is an extract from a responsible letter from Carnesville, Cook county, Texas, dated February 13th, 1863; "We have the Indians in our county. They have stolen several horses, and have killed four persons, two of whom were near Montague, by the same of Moore. They were out spatting rails when they killed them. They out off their cars and hands and ped them. The two others were named Stump and Seiley. They were stripped of all their clothing nd signs is plenty all over the country, and there is much excitement here about it"
Montague, Mass. (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): article 5
Indians in North Texas. --The following is an extract from a responsible letter from Carnesville, Cook county, Texas, dated February 13th, 1863; "We have the Indians in our county. They have stolen several horses, and have killed four persons, two of whom were near Montague, by the same of Moore. They were out spatting rails when they killed them. They out off their cars and hands and ped them. The two others were named Stump and Seiley. They were stripped of all their clothing nd signs is plenty all over the country, and there is much excitement here about it"
Indians in North Texas. --The following is an extract from a responsible letter from Carnesville, Cook county, Texas, dated February 13th, 1863; "We have the Indians in our county. They have stolen several horses, and have killed four persons, two of whom were near Montague, by the same of Moore. They were out spatting rails when they killed them. They out off their cars and hands and ped them. The two others were named Stump and Seiley. They were stripped of all their clothing nd signs is plenty all over the country, and there is much excitement here about it"
February 13th, 1863 AD (search for this): article 5
Indians in North Texas. --The following is an extract from a responsible letter from Carnesville, Cook county, Texas, dated February 13th, 1863; "We have the Indians in our county. They have stolen several horses, and have killed four persons, two of whom were near Montague, by the same of Moore. They were out spatting rails when they killed them. They out off their cars and hands and ped them. The two others were named Stump and Seiley. They were stripped of all their clothing nd signs is plenty all over the country, and there is much excitement here about it"