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Woolfolk – McCall Home

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(c. 1867)
This house is the second oldest brick residential structure in the city. It was constructed of sun-dried bricks made on the site. Originally constructed as a two-room dog- trot style, it was later enlarged with twenty-inch thick rock and plaster walls. Attorney Joseph Woolfolk, original owner, was the defense lawyer for Indian Chiefs Satanta, Satank and Big Tree in 1871. The chiefs were charged with the murders of members of the Henry Warren wagon train. Local legend states the chiefs were hidden in the basement during the trial. Attorney George McCall purchased the house in 1879. Texas Historical Landmark

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