Forty-three true stories of Indian troubles on the Texas frontier, compiled and published originally by Mr. Hilory Bedford in 1905. At that time he had lived fifty-four years in Texas, most of them on the frontier. He was an eyewitness and participant in many of the heartbreaking and terrifying events. The rest he got straight from the mouths of those who were there or from their surviving kin. From the scalping of Josiah Wilbarger to the raid on Parker's Fort, it is here in disturbing detail, available for the first time in more than a century.