Fort Stockton, CSA

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After federal evacuation at start of Civil War, occupied by 2nd Regiment Texas Mounted Rifles. On far western frontier defense line. Supply post for troops going to and from Arizona-New Mexico campaign 1861-1862, designed to make confederacy an ocean to ocean nation. At times this area was the center of Comanche and Apache activities. California union troops dominated area 1862-65. Stopover on way west for many union sympathizers and people wanting to avoid conflict of war.

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Comments (3)

J. Stephen Conn on November 3, 2012

I love to see monuments like this documented online and added to Google Earth. Also, welcome to our new group - Confederate States of America. I hope you'll be adding many more images.

Idawriter on March 1, 2013

Neat. I see you've made it to Fort Stockton as well. Does that mean you've also driven down into Big Bend? -Malcolm

c. bayernengel on March 17, 2013

tolles Bild ♥ like. ♥
Liebe ♥ Grüße sendet dir, der bayernengel. ❀

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