NOVEMBER 12, 1883

Stone, Ron
January 1984
Book of Texas Days;1984, p191
The article deals with the history of cattle business in Texas in the 1880s. During the winter of 1883, cattlemen finally settled in with the truth that the presence of bard wires to keep their cattle either in or out would not be changed. Until a special meeting of cowmen was conducted to urged them of changing their trading behavior. From that meeting came a call for the legislature to pass laws to protect property rights whether they be farmer's or cowman's.


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