Lizzie Johnson: Texan Cowgirl: Texan Cowgirl
Through hard work and determination, Lizzie Johnson built one of the largest cattle herds in the country, earning her the nickname "Cattle Queen of Texas." This interesting and inspiring biography highlights the life of Lizzie as she made her way to being one of the most famous cattle ranchers of her time. Through the appealing images and fascinating facts, readers will learn about Lizzie's journey across the Chisholm Trail and how she used brush popping to help grow her large cattle herd. The easy to read text and accessible glossary and index help readers navigate their way through this book and help further develop vocabulary skills.
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