Albert Bacon Fall made his first great expedition in the world when, aged 10, he accompanied his parents from Frankfort, Ky., his birthplace (1861), to Nashville, Tenn.

In 1883 he made a trip back to Texas, to marry Emma Garland Morgan. A few years later he rode in the first Mexican Central train from Mexico City to El Paso, whence he went to New Mexico.

In 1898 he went with Company H, 1st Territorial Volunteer Infantry, to fight in the Spanish War.

In 1912, he made a splendid trip to Washington. He was...

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