Loyal to the Land: The Legendary Parker Ranch. 1950-1970, the senior stewards
This heartfelt and often personal work continues the story of the Big Island's Parker Ranch, one of the largest and most beautiful cattle ranches in the United States.
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Page x - III still a minor at the time of his death, in addition to the fact that he had made no will, one-third of the inheritance would, under ordinary circumstances, go to his widow, Elizabeth Dowsett Parker (Tootsie), and two-thirds to the child. Tootsie, however, had relinquished her dower right in favor of little Thelma. Consequently, in 1894 the little girl came into full ownership of her father's halfshare of the estate.