Women in Texas: Their Lives, Their Experiences, Their Accomplishments
Thirty-two of Texas' most noted women from "Mother of Texas" Jane Long to Governor Ann Richards, are portrayed in this newly revised and expanded edition of the popular book first published in 1982.
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Jane Wilkinson Long
Trials and Troubles in Texas
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