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It reads as follows: Indians attacked goat camp of Nick Coalson on June 1, 1877; son Arthur, 10, was killed; Johnny, 14, wounded. One year later he lost his wife Alice, a daughter, Etta Elizabeth (twin of Arthur), and infant stepson in another Indian raid. The victims' graves are near old homesite, on Half-Moon Prairie.
Captains Pat Dolan and Dan Roberts with Texas Ranger units, S. Coalson descendants are prominent in Texas history.
At one time the Hill Country, sometimes called the Edwards Plateau, was flat.
Then a thing called the Llano Uplift occurred -- a huge chunk of Central Texas got shoved up as the Gulf Coast Plains were being pushed down.
These rocks explain two things about the area: why there is so little farming here (no dirt), and why the water is so pure.
In most other topographies, rivers drain mountains and land rich with soil and in the process become muddy.
Before historic times -- that is, before the 1500s -- it is anyone's guess as to the cultural details of the area's inhabitants.It includes the counties of Real, Bandera, and parts of Edwards, Uvalde, and Kerr.It's some of Texas' most picturesque land, where large hills wooded with live oak, mesquite, and cedar divide grassy valleys, where clear streams run over broken limestone.While underground, this same limestone filters out dirt and most animals, and keeps the water cool.When it reaches the surface, it flows clean and cold.
The concept is frankly repugnant to Central Texans.