Today's Tejano Heroes
Sixteen Texans--who, with their Spanish language backgrounds, are identified as Tejanos--are profiled in the author's second book on those who have excelled in their life's vocation and have become role models for ail young Americans. Sammye Munson makes her home in Houston.
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