Thursday, August 25, 2011
Even though coming from the actual thoughts of American's today, the Battle of Pease River seemed to be a characterizing moment in our own history that's about to uncover achievement through the Natural Law of Cause and Effect.
It was late-December around 1860 when twenty-three-year-old Sul Ross lead a gaggle of Texas Rangers right up the steep canyon walls of the Pease River Valley alongside Mule Creek (near present-day Fort Worth) bent upon obliterating a Comanche Indian camp. Merely whatever they discovered wasn't one of several small nomadic groups that popped up around the Great Plains, nevertheless the primary artery of the Comanche Region. Charles Goodnight, a twenty-four-year-old "destined to turn into one of Texas wonderful livestock ranchers" , had started a full expedition from Fort Belknap to Pease River and recruited Ross as being the commander.