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If Jefferson Davis had had his way, the U.S. Cavalry would have pursued Comanches on camelback. The Indians, riding mustangs that initially would have widely outdistanced the camels, would have galloped confidently...
January 12, 1976 | Edited by Robert W. Creamer
•Jim Murray, Los Angeles Times columnist, foreseeing disaster for baseball if the reserve clause disappears: "A society or industry built on slavery cannot survive emancipation. Just ask Jefferson Davis."
March 11, 1963 | Alice Higgins
The Arabian is now a popular U.S. breed and his own show is a first-rate affair