Calico Chronicle: Texas Women and Their Fashions, 1830-1910
Calico Chronicle is the source book for teachers, students, historians, customers, re-enactors, of history buffs searching for custom history of the Texas frontier and the American West - an area which has had scarce priceless pieces of the past found in excerpts from letters, diaries, oral histories, historic journals, and even police blotters, to compile and account that reveals much about the lifestyles of frontier women.
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