Lest We Forget - African American Military History by Researcher, 
				Author and Veteran Bennie McRae, Jr.

Warren Perryman

Warren Perryman

Warren Perryman, son of Lipan Princess, Tersita, who was captured at Remolina with her father, Chief Costilietos. Teresita married Seminole Scout James (Jim) Perryman. Teresita acted as guide in Mexico for Lt. Bullis and detachment of Seminole Scouts. Bullis replaced her as guide in Mexico because he felt she was misleading them on purpose. When the order was issued in 1914 to discontinue the Seminole Scouts and discharge them the order authorized 25 could remain at the Seminole Village at Ft. Clark. Warren was authorized to remain as aide to his father until he died.

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TEXT AND PHOTO: Courtesy Fort Clark Museum, Brackettville, Texas

Category: Western Frontier | Subcategory: Seminole Negro Indian Scouts | Tags: Fort Clark , Brackettville , Texas
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