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    Gunner Fife inspects two different kinds of arrows that were used by the Comanche Indians during the Battle at Walker’s Creek. Fife and others attending Junior Texas Ranger Day Camp on Saturday at the Texas Ranger Heritage Center to learn more about the Texas Rangers in the late 1800s. — Standard-Radio Post/McKenzie Moellering
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    Living History Reenactors Cy Young, left, and Glenn Hadeler explain the advantages of using a bow over a long rifle during the Battle at Walker’s Creek.
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    Living history reenactor Glenn Hadeler shares details about the weapons used during the Battle of Walker’s Creek. June marked the 175th anniversary since the battle between the Texas Rangers and the Comanche Indians.
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    Junior Texas Ranger Day Camper Rachel Frisbie peeps through a sight of a pistol once used by Texas Rangers in the late 1800s. The Saturday camp, put on by the Texas Rangers Heritage Center, included arts and crafts, education programming and more for area children.

Discovering the Texas Rangers

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