Rails to the rio

Rails to the rio

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An account of the construction of the St. Louis, Brownsville and Mexico Railway with history of the towns and ranch stations created as a result. History of Raymondville, Tex. emphasized on the occasion of its centennial.La Sal Vieja and El Sal del Rey agt; Early Salt Gathers The Karankawa Indians once lived here. ... Their purpose was to satisfy Spanish law by the manual delivery of the kinga#39;s land grant to Capt. ... the Capt. by the hand about the grant, pulling grass and throwing stones as evidence of investiture of title in 315, 491 acres covering parts of Hidalgo and Willacy Counties. ... Earlier mule trains carried packs of salt and the Indians prior that took as much salt as nomadic people could carry.


Title:Rails to the rio
Author: Glenn T. Harding, Cindy Lee
Publisher: - 2003
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