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Choctaw Indian, Cherokee Indian

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George Washington Papers

Loyalist Institute

Colonel Richard Pearis Descendants Paf File

Amherst and Smallpox

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Ancestral Lineage

Brazee

Colonel Richard Pearis

Dean

Graphics

J.O.D.'s Old Fashioned B&W Clip Art Collection

MAN O'WAR !

SEABISCUIT !

ROCK HARD TEN !

ZIPPY CHIPPY !

SCRAPPY T. !

STOP HORSE SLAUGHTER!

My Great Great Grandfather Stephen Tullos caught and raised Mustangs in Texas. He loved and respected these creatures and never used any violent or harmful methods in his care of them. He crossed the Mustangs with Quarter Horses to develop a stronger and larger horse suitable for the times in Texas. Be kind to horses! My Great Grandmother Ceola Tullos had many memories of her childhood in early Texas. She told the family that one night the family was attacked by the Comanche. They had relatives visiting and one of them had red hair. They hid him in the hayloft with them when the Comanche attacked. At that time red scalps were taken by the Indians. The Comanche did not go after them but their horses were stolen.

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