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Legends and Stories of the Big Bend Area

This page is devoted to the various Legends and Stories that abound about the Big Bend Area.

Henry Skillman--Hero of Far West Texas
William Box Hancock
W. L. "Cap" Barler
Mystery Apache Pair Once Left Tracks in Big Bend
Paisano Baptist Encampment
Tombstone Stands Lonely Vigil
The Kelly Marker in "A" Mountain Cementery
Man in Black Tamed Brawling Fort Stockton
How The Graveyard At Alpine (Then Murphyville) Was Started
Rebel, Yank Veterans buried Side by Side
The Oldtimers Talk by Katheryn W. Walker (1968)
The Oldtimers Talk by Katheryn W. Walker (1968)
U.S. Army Camels in the Southwest
Brewster County Marble
New Natatorium To Be Called Hancock Pool
Burrel Q. Musgraves- Contractor and Builder
How the Alpine Avalanche Newspaper Got It's Name
Alpine Outgrowth of Man's Dream But Community Couldn't Maintain Long Name

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