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By Richard Denney, February 15, 2014
Pinta Trail Marker
Texas (Gillespie County), Fredericksburg — 10096 — Pinta Trail
Origin of the Pinta Trail is attributed to nomadic Plains Indian tribes. Early Spanish and Mexican expeditions followed the general route of the trail, which extended from San Antonio de Bexar to the San Saba River near present Menard. A survey by . . . — Map (db m126960) HM
Texas (Menard County), Menard — 3976 — Pegleg Crossing on the San Saba
Hourglass-shaped pass through the hills where McDougal Creek joins San Saba River. For years a favored Indian campground, it entered written history, 1732, as site of Spanish-Apache battle. Saw passage of adventurers, mustang hunters, Indian . . . — Map (db m72083) HM

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