Rough Times, Tough Fiber: A Fragmentary Family Chronicle
Palo Duro Press, 1976 - 196 Seiten
Tracing the movements of the Haley, Evetts and Puett families from Virginia through the Tennessee backwoods, the deep South, and on to Texas, this book provides both genealogy and colorful insight into the sorrows of Indian removal, and the lives of Texan ranchers and cowboys through the experiences of these families.
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THE LAND There Is Just Something About It
To Troubled Texas
Bill Everts and Allie Puett
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