The Literary digest, Volume 41By Edward Jewitt Wheeler, Isaac Kaufman Funk, William Seaver Woods, Wilfred John Funk, Arthur Stimson Draper
Beginning on Page 226
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... This story is indeed "a pitiful one." says the New Orleans Times- Democrat "and puts the slaughter in a very bad light."
"White supremacy is in danger nowhere in Texas, so far as we have been informed, and at this distance we know of no other cause adequate to condone the horrible slaughter which was reported."
Other Southern papers speak as strongly, The Richmond Times-Dispatch characterizing this "brutal butchery of innocents" as a "reproach to the State and an offense to humanity." And in Texas the Houston Chronicle cries out against such indiscriminate butchering of negroes because of some crime committed by an individual member of the race....
There are plenty plantations in West Texas as well.
I want to know EXACTLY where the Perry Hunting Ranch got its name!
I want to know its heritage and I want to know whom is buried on it!