Telegrams on Trouble at Sandy Point,


July-August, 1877

Page 5

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Trouble at Sandy Point, page 5

did are to steal nineteen


armed negroes went on the


prairie and shot down four


beeves and took what they


wanted and left the rest


where they killed them and


then boasted that no damned


white man should arrest one


of them and if it


was attempted they would


kill every one in Co


We are pretty weak and


should an outbreak occur we


will send for help from


Houston we are now twenty

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Telegrams on Trouble at Sandy Point, July-August, 1877, Records of Richard Hubbard, Texas Office of the Governor, Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

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