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Muesebach, Commanches and What Might Have Been or Fredericksberg Could Have Been the World

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The Commanches ruled Commancheria ruthlessly astride Spanish ponies. We here in Texas don't speak Spanish because of them. The German immigrant, John Muesebach (El Sol Colorado)signed a treaty with the Penateka Numunu that was never broken. If kindness and mutual respect had prevailed, children may have run the streets of Fredericksberg calling to each other in Numunu and German. The medicinal use of agarita would not be lost. The Pedernales Valley would ring with drums at Christmas.

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Son of Buffalo Hump by ebay

Buffalo Hump liked beer

Herr Muesebach bathed in the yard

with a pet deer and coon near by

He caught one who throws

eating his soap

saved the bar for

the perfect teeth marks

sent into the house

for strudel

the Indians politely

nibbled strudel

Buffalo Hump declined

Buffalo Hump liked beer


 

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