In 1842, Fred Barnett Miller of New Orleans – an employee of the Federal government – was told to relocate “out west” to a little settlement called Rillo. So Fred made the trip to Rillo and immediately went to the telegraph office. Upon his arrival he paid the telegraph operator to respond to all telegraphs sent to Fred Barnett Miller as though the operator were, in fact, Fred Barnett Miller. His instructions to the telegraph operator were to strongly assure all inquirers – above all – “I’m in Rillo.” Then he returned to New Orleans and the French Quarter. The telegraph operator had never met anyone from New Orleans, so when Fred said, “Tell’em, above all, Ahm’i’rillo,” that’s exactly what the telegraph operator did. When he received his first telegraph intended for Fred Barnett Miller, he told the Feds everything was going “FANTASTIC” and that it was the greatest place he had ever been. And then he signed it precisely as he had been instructed. “Above all, Amarillo!” A few weeks later, wagon trains of happy settlers headed west toward this prairie wonderland discovered by Fred Barnett Miller. According to Wikipedia, a cousin of Fred’s was responsible for the settling of Greenland.