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This is one of the stories of the Kidd and Carter families, whose saga stretched from Virginia, Kentucky and Tennessee to Texas and the Territory of New Mexico. Some of them came to Texas before Independence, but returned east to fight in the Civil War. They were farmers, ranchers, freighters, miners, soldiers, Army officers, blackguards, and even preachers. Generation after generation have verbally repeated their epic of moving to West Texas and to the Territory of New Mexico. Some information was gleaned from diaries, genealogy studies and a little from history. But, more importantly, these stories are about courage, forgiveness, love, tenacity and the belief in God and country. Nate Carter was a member of one of these families. In his own words, he was ". . . a low-down, sorry skunk." Most of the people who thought they knew him believed so, as well. However, they probably didn't know the real Nate. Read this story and you just might form a different opinion about him.
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William Meador teaches American and Texas History in Midland, Texas. There he does his research and writes books of West Texas and the Territory of New Mexico.
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