Dallas Daily Herald, November 17, 1858. Flake’s Daily Bulletin (Galveston), September 12, 1868. Legislative Reference Library of Texas: Albert Walker (https://lrl.texas.gov/legeLeaders/members/memberDisplay.cfm?memberID=5004&searchparams=chamber=~city=~countyID=0~RcountyID=~district=~first=~gender=~last=walker~leaderNote=~leg=~party=~roleDesc=~Committee= ), accessed December 9, 2020. “Letter from AG Walker's Son,” July 11, 1911, Heritage Room, Learning Resources Center, Tarrant County Community College, Northeast. Joseph C. Terrell, Reminiscences of the Early Days of Fort Worth (Fort Worth, 1906).
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