Black and white photograph of a ruined frontier house in Comanche country. Pontotoc, Texas was first settled in 1859 on the frontier of West Central Texas in what was, at the time, Comanche territory. It wasn’t Comanches but typhoid that plagued the town in the 1880s, creating a need for two cemeteries.
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Black and white photograph of a ruined frontier house in Comanche country. Pontotoc, Texas was first settled in 1859 on the frontier of West Central Texas in what was, at the time, Comanche territory. It wasn’t Comanches but typhoid that plagued the town in the 1880s, creating a need for two cemeteries.

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