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Written Materials:

  • Braudaway, Douglas; Del Rio - Queen City of the Rio Grande; Arcadia Publishing; Chicago, IL; 2002

  • Carlson, Paul Howard; Amarillo: The Story of a Western Town; Texas Tech University Press, 2006.

  • Fowler, Zinita; Ghost Stories of Old Texas

  • Halicki, Diane and Robson, Ellen; Haunted Highway - The Spirits of Route 66; 1999; Golden West Publishers, Phoenix, AZ.

  • Henson, Michael Paul; Sam Houston's Pet Indians; Lost Treasure magazine; December, 1984

  • Maddox, Denise; The Lee Peacock Feud, 1997

  • Montgomery, Murray; The Lost Treasure of Padre Island, Lone Star Diary - December 11, 2004 column

  • Nash, Robert; Encyclopedia of Western Lawmen & Outlaws; De Capo Press; New York, NY, 1994.

  • Levesque, Numa; Cursed Treasure; Treasure Cache magazine, Lost Treasure, Inc.;1993

  • Palmore, Frank E.; Gold at Rock Crossing; Treasure magazine, October, 1989.

  • Paul, Lee, The Headless Horseman; The Outlaws.com
  • Robinson, Charles M. III; Men Who Wear the Star - The Story of the Texas Rangers; 2000, Random House, New York, NY
  • Roff, Joe T.; Reminiscences Of Early Days In The Chickasaw Nation; Chronicles of Oklahoma, Volume 13, No. 2, June, 1935

  • Texas State Travel Guide - 2004; Texas Department of Transportation.


Amarillo High School Alumni Association

Amarillo Globe

Amarillo - Step Into the Real Texas

Coin World

Fannin County TXGenWeb

Ghosts of Fort Brown

Gray County GenWeb  Project

Handbook of Texas On-Line

Jackson Family Gravesites - Roots Web

Lost Treasure

Oldham County Chamber of Commerce

The Outlaws

The Road Wanderer

Texas Escapes

Texas Department of Public Safety - Texas Rangers

Texas Ranger Hall of Fame

Travel Texas

Uvalde County

Visit Amarillo






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