Texas tears and Texas sunshine: voices of frontier women

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Texas A&M University Press, 1985 - History - 275 pages
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Sixteen women tell their stories, providing a personal history of the state of Texas.

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Review: Texas Tears and Texas Sunshine: Voices of Frontier Women

User Review  - Jill Hennegan - Goodreads

Interesting Texas history about the women in early Texas. Of course,some excerpts from journals and memoirs were better written than others. It is a slow read but still I the resting if you like Texas history. Read full review

Review: Texas Tears and Texas Sunshine: Voices of Frontier Women

User Review  - Jim Sharp - Goodreads

Excellent book! I knew more women than men went West and this book explains their experiences highly recommend!! Read full review

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Contents

Mary Crownover Rabb
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Mary Sherwood Wightman Helm
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Christ Episcopal Church Matagorda
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About the author (1985)

JO ELLA POWELL EXLEY is herself a fifth-generation descendant of Texas pioneers. She is a longtime schoolteacher in the Houston area.