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Chapters on white colonization of Nebraska and Texas, pulled together by W. Straley, editor of the Nuckolls County Herald in Nelson, Nebraska and the News-Review in Hico, Texas.
- Ox Team Days
- Trying Times in 1873
- Early Days in Nuckolls County
- Recollections of Pioneer Life
- Some First Things
- Reminisences of 1873-4
- Death of James Parkerson, Aged 118 Years
- The Famous Dove Creek Fight
- Murder of Ann Whitney and Amanda Howard's Bravery
- The Beautiful Steer
- Interesting Events of Early Days
- First Wagon Though Town of Indian Gap
- First Election Held in Bosque County
- Early Schools of Dublin, Texas
- Death of Prof. Albert D. Wallace
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Nebraska, Texas, Settler colonialism--United States--History, Frontier and pioneer life
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Straley, W., "Pioneer Sketches Nebraska and Texas" (1915). Special Collections. 58.