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by Francis Edward Abernethy

  • Author: Francis Edward Abernethy
  • ISBN: 0929398750
  • ISBN13: 978-0929398754
  • ePub: 1669 kb | FB2: 1766 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Americas
  • Publisher: University of North Texas Press; Reprint, Subsequent edition (July 1, 1994)
  • Pages: 249
  • Rating: 4.1/5
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Legendary Ladies of Texas (Publications of the Texas Folklore Society) ePub download

Legendary Ladies of Texas. has been added to your Cart. Texas women were activists. They ran ranches, branded cattle, lobbied the halls of the Texas Legislature, led strikes, ran hospitals, preached the gospel, go elected to public office and built major institutions.

Legendary Ladies of Texas. Women brought civilized life to hundreds of Texas towns by organizing libraries, museums, parks, symphony orchestras, Sunday schools, literary clubs and charitable organizations. Series: Publications of the Texas Folklore Society (Book 43). Paperback: 249 pages.

FRANCIS EDWARD ABERNETHY was Regents Professor Emeritus of English at Stephen F. Austin State .

Legendary Ladies of Texas book. Included are Emily Morgan, Belle Starr, Elizabet Ney, and Miriam Ferguson, among others.

Abernethy, Francis Edward 1994. This book is part of the collection entitled: Texas Folklore Society Publications and was provided by UNT Press to Digital Library, a digital repository hosted by the UNT Libraries. It has been viewed 6483 times, with 45 in the last month. The University of North Texas Press was founded in 1987 and published its first book in 1989. Though it is the newest university press in North Texas, it has quickly become a leading press with the most titles in print (more than 300) and published (15 to 18 each year). The Texas Folklore Society is pleased to be pulling in tandem with the Texas Foundation and doing its bit in belated but heartfelt recognition. It's a book about Texas women whose deeds have so struck the public imagination that they have become archetypes, representing the virtues and values that people have found interesting and admirable, characteristics that have survival value. The fact that the stories of these ladies have not been adequately documented down through the years is an error of omission that the Texas Folklore Society would like to do its part to correct.

A book of folk building in Texas, Built in Texas ranges across the state in word and photograph to explore the building of: settlers who tarried . Series: Publications of the Texas Folklore Society (Book 42). Paperback: 291 pages.

Series: Publications of the Texas Folklore Society (Book 42).

Texas Folklore Society Publication XLIX. The idea of living off the bounty of the land is where this book got its title, more particularly from R. A. Hill's "The Bounty of the Woods

Texas Folklore Society Publication XLIX. Printed in the United States of America. Hill's "The Bounty of the Woods. I do not know when I have received a paper that I enjoyed as much as Rusty Hill's reminiscences of living off the land and trapping in the Big Bend and West Texas during the late Twenties. Rusty's double first cousin, Roland Broaddus of Dallas, had a copy of Rusty's hand-written memoirs which he was kind enough to send me in typed form.

The Texas Folklore Society is a non-profit organization formed in 1909. John Avery Lomax and Leonidas Warren Payne, J. conceived the idea for the Society and served as its first officers. The Society’s annual meetings have been held regularly since 1911, except for interruptions caused by the two world wars.

This is an exploration of Texas women and the conflicting images and myths that have grown up about them. The Texas Folklore Society offers these accounts, written by a variety of authors, about the women who have shaped Texas history with their accomplishments and character. Included are Emily Morgan, Belle Starr, Elizabet Ney, and Miriam Ferguson, among others.
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A study of Texas women and the conflicting images and myths that have grown up about them. Texas women were activists. They ran ranches, branded cattle, lobbied the halls of the Texas Legislature, led strikes, ran hospitals, preached the gospel, got elected to public office and built major institutions. Women brought civilized life to hundreds of Texas towns by organizing libraries, museums, parks, symphony orchestras, Sunday schools, literary clubs and charitable organizations.
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