The allies crossed the Red
River, the dividing line between Texas and Oklahoma, and rode south onto the frontier. By January, they were camping on Cow Bayou near present-day Waco, planting corn for the winter. The presence of a nearby Texas Ranger company scared them
off, however, and they headed west before harvesting the corn crop.
Sources: McReynolds 261, Webb 133.
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