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The Old City Spring was an early-day watering spot for explorers, Confederate Camp Henderson , cowboys riding the Chisholm Trail and settlers. People came many miles to wash, haul water and visit. At a nickel a bucket, boys toted water to merchants. The brick-lined pool often was dipped dry, but the spring always refilled it. 
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The Old City Spring was an early-day watering spot for explorers, Confederate Camp Henderson , cowboys riding the Chisholm Trail and settlers. People came many miles to wash, haul water and visit. At a nickel a bucket, boys toted water to merchants. The brick-lined pool often was dipped dry, but the spring always refilled it. 
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