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1 Die Kettner Briefe on Wed Oct 06, 2010 10:06 pm

I have not yet finished reading this book, but already it is proving a great resource. It is available through Amazon Die Kettner Breife

Franz was an early farmer and stockman in Comal, Gillespie, and Mason Counties. He participated in several campaigns with the Texas Rangers and later, during the Civil War, was a member of the Minute Men (local militia).

I'm finding it very informative and am enjoying reading it.

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2 Re: Die Kettner Briefe on Sun Oct 10, 2010 10:07 pm

Great resource. A lot of information about antebellum Texas. Not too much during the war though. I recommend this to anyone interested in 19th Century Texas and not just the German population.

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