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By Richard Denney, September 10, 2012
Wild Rose Pass Marker in context
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1Texas (Jeff Davis County), Fort Davis — 10490 — Wild Rose Pass
In early days the Indian trail through these mountains followed the gorge below known as Limpia Canyon. To avoid the floods travelers over the San Antonio - El Paso Road, emigrants, U.S. troops and supply trains, and the mail chose this higher pass . . . Map (db m59709) HM
2Texas (Jeff Davis County), Fort Davis — 10478 — Fort Davis
Established by Lieut. Col. Washington Seawell with six companies of the Eighth U.S. Infantry in October 1854 for protecting travelers on the San Antonio-El Paso Road. Named in honor of the then Secretary of War, Jefferson Davis, it was . . . Map (db m26357) HM
 
 
  
  
  
 
 
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Aug. 17, 2022