Saga of a Texas Ranger–Series by Jeff Robenalt

Texas history and then some.

John Meusebach

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Meusebach Fredericksburg

Meusebach Fredericksburg

Meusebach Prince Karl of Solms-Braunfelsl
Meusebach Prince Karl of Solms-Braunfelsl

 

In the early spring of 1847, a remarkable treaty between German settlers and Native Americans was negotiated on the banks of the San Saba River in the hill country north of Fredericksburg, Texas. The unlikely parties in the long-lasting agreement that was to eventually open up nearly four million acres for settlement were a former German Baron and the representatives of the fierce Penateka Comanches. *** BE SURE to read the new article¬†posted on this web site at “A Glimpse of Texas Past. ***

Meusebach Braunfels-Schloss
Meusebach Braunfels-Schloss

 

Meusebach
Meusebach

 

Meusebach Covered Wagon
Meusebach Covered Wagon

 

Meusebach Comanche Camp
Meusebach Comanche Camp

 

Meusebach Councils with Comanches
Meusebach Councils with Comanches

 

Meusebach Bust in Fredericksburg
Meusebach Bust in Fredericksburg

 

Meusebach-Comanche Statue in Fredericksburg
Meusebach-Comanche Statue in Fredericksburg

 

Meusebach Treaty Marker
Meusebach Treaty Marker

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