2 edition of Palo Pinto story. found in the catalog.
Palo Pinto story.
Mary Whatley Clarke
|LC Classifications||F392.P165 C4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 172 p.|
|Number of Pages||172|
|LC Control Number||57023194|
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The first Palo Pinto County Courthouse was built inand a two-story stone jail was built soon after. ByPalo Pinto had a hotel, a law firm, several saloons, and its own school. The Civil War, however, had a dire effect on commerce in the community, forcing several businesses to : Palo Pinto.
Palo Pinto Personals In the Palo Pinto area Satur-day the weather was ideal for picnics and reunions. After a slight sprinkling of rain, and the early morning clouds abat-ed, the sun came out to make the day warm and summer-like.
Gusts of wind blew in a good rain Saturday night and it con-tinued to fall up into the day on Sunday. Palo. Palo Pinto County, Texas The following story is from the book, The West Texas Frontier, by Joseph Carroll McConnell.
DuringBenjamin Franklin Baker settled near the foot of Wynn Mountain, at a spring formerly known as Baker's Spring, and. Palo Pinto General Hospital, Mineral Wells, TX.
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The Doyle Marshall book, A Cry Unheard, can be purchased from Mary Kemp, South Main, Weatherford TX ; ; for $40 plus $5 is a tremendous book about the Indian depredations in Parker and Palo Pinto Counties.
Time Was in Mineral Wells, A. Weaver, Houghton Printing Co., Mineral Wells, TX. Scrapbook containing newspaper clippings, photographs, and other materials to document important people, organizations, places, and events of significance to the history of Palo Pinto County and Mineral Wells, Texas.
It includes a rough table of contents with page numbers for some of the highlights. Larry will do lookups in his Palo Pinto Co. cemetery books. Anna Hankins. Anna will do lookups in her book, Complete Cemetery Census of Palo Pinto County Texascompiled by Nelda Moren, Jack Loftin, and Marie Loftin.
She purchased this book from the County Seat Grocery Grill & Motel in Palo Pinto, and paid $41 for it. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
The Palo Pinto story by Mary Whatley Clarke,Printed by the Manney Co. edition, in English. (3) The Ramsey's, a family Story by John Paul Black, Anna Hankins. Anna will do lookups from: Complete Cemetery Census of Palo Pinto County Texascompiled by Nelda Moren, Jack Loftin, and Marie Loftin.
She purchased this book from the County Seat Grocery Grill & Motel in Palo Pinto, and paid $41 for it. But that’s another story. Let me tell you about the Palo Pinto Mountains, Possum Kingdom Lake, and Hell’s Gate. It tickles me that the fictional name in my book is the one that sounds logical, Radford Springs, the town where Brendan Hunter is a police detective and where Blossom Hunter owns a health food store.
Mary Whatley Clarke, The Palo Pinto Story (Fort Worth: Manney, ). Koen, A Social and Economic History of Palo Pinto County (M.A. thesis, Hardin-Simmons University, ). Palo Pinto Historical Association, History of Palo Pinto County (Dallas: Taylor, ). Six generations later, that ranch still exists.
Centering on the history of the Belding family, Painted Pole tells the story of brutal conflicts between the settlers and Native Americans in Palo Pinto, and of the settlers' struggle to establish themselves Reviews: 3.
Reaching Palo Pinto County he traded one of the horses for a twenty-two acre pre-emption claim, selling it later on, and in purchased a section of railroad land, the location of his present home ranch.
He has since added to it until his ranch at present consists of some 3, acres. The year wasand it all started when a reporter for Frontier Times Magazine came looking for a story in the small Texas town of Palo Pinto. Drawn into a conversation with two old timers playing dominoes in the local saloon, the reporter learns of the time when two Texas Rangers - a grizzled veteran and a fresh faced new recruit - captured.
Loving's Valley Fight: Palo Pinto County, Texas: Duringthe Bevers, J.C. Loving, and C.C. Slaughter outfits were gathering cattle in Loving's Valley, near the present town of Salesville, in Palo Pinto County.
The above story is from the book, The West Texas Frontier, by Joseph Carroll McConnell.