James W. Harris (1863-1897) & Judge George Bruce Gerald (1836-1914) duel site

James W. Harris (1863-1897) & Judge George Bruce Gerald (1836-1914) duel site (StreetView)
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By WacoKidd110 @ 2011-10-04 18:50:27
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(November 19, 1897)
James W. Harris (1863-1897), editor of Waco's "Time -Herald" and Judge George Bruce Gerald (1836-1914) argued over an article the Judge wrote. It supported William Cowper Brann's controversial magazine, "The Iconoclast", which denounced, among other things, Baptists and Baylor University. After a fist fight which Harris won, the Judge distributed a handbill branding Harris "a liar, coward and cur" and challenged him to a duel. Harris and his brother met Judge Gerald near this intersection in a pistol battle. The Harrises were killed and the Judge wounded. Judge Gerald won reelection in 1900.
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