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Joel Baggett Killed By Indians

I do not have a photo of Joel Baggett. This is his brother, John, and his family. John was just a toddler when Joel was killed.

The Baggett family lived in Cora, Texas in Comanche County. However, the family moved from Cora into what eventually became known as the Baggett Community, leaving vacant their cabin in Cora. According to Bill McCool, when Comanche County was created … Continue reading

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Visiting The Ghost Town That Was Terlingua

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Looking For A Texas Adventure? From time to time here on Texansunited.com, we bring you a Texas site that we think is worth the time and effort to visit. This week United took a look at Texas’ most visited ghost … Continue reading

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Visiting Telegraph, Texas And Its Roots In Texas History

TELEGRAPH, TEXAS

If you’ve lived in Texas for quite some time, and if you have an interest in Texas roots or cool Texas names, you’ve heard of Telegraph, Texas. I’ve heard the name for years, have even flown through the “town” with … Continue reading

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The Murder of Joe Baggett By Indians

THE VIEW FROM THE OLD OAK TREE

The Baggett family lived in Cora, Texas in Comanche County. However, the family moved from Cora into what eventually became known as the Baggett Community, leaving vacant their cabin in Cora. According to Bill McCool, when Comanche County was created … Continue reading

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