By John H. Hann, Bonnie Gair McEwan
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Of San Augustine County's five candidates for the two seats, he polled the fewest votes, his ninety-two being twenty-four less than those of his closest rival. This defeat was convincing; for the next few years John Ford eschewed politics. Possibly to prepare himself for future political activity, he began to read law and was busily pursuing the study, according to Oran M. 12 In due time, after examination and recommendation by Thomas Johnson, David S. Kaufman, and William G. 13 However, there is no evidence to show that he ever followed the profession in a regular sense.
Austin was then truly a frontier settlement. Only one year earlier, residents had fled indoors when a migrating buffalo herd had invaded the streets. Shortly before the convention met, Indian raiders had killed a girl and stolen a boy. The high palisade around the capitol grounds was a necessity. " in what Ford described as a "kind of 'hark from the tombs' intonation . " There was a gathering of the clans. A motley crowd it was, numbering about one hundred. .. With bold front and manly strides they moved upon the foe at the mouth of Shoal Creek.
1 He continued his interest in books and things western, receiv- 1Katherine Hughes to John N. Drayton, December 12, 1989, in possession of the author. D. from Texas Tech University in 1959, after specializing in frontier and western history. He first taught at Dakota Wesleyan University, in Mitchell, South Dakota, and then, in 1962, joined the faculty at Mankato State University, in Mankato, Minnesota. Students and colleagues admired his ability as a teacher and especially remembered his artful storytelling.
The Apalachee Indians and Mission San Luis by John H. Hann, Bonnie Gair McEwan