From Angels to Hellcats: Legendary Texas Women, 1836 to 1880

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Mountain Press Publishing Company, 2001 - Biography & Autobiography - 149 pages
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A gun-wielding madam, a brave young mother, a flame-haired card shark, a heroic slave girl, a sharp-shooting horse trader, an "angel" in black--these are some of the memorable women in From Angels to Hellcats, eight tales of adventure, crime, courage and

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Contents

The Angel of Goliad
23
The Yellow Rose of Texas
41
She Dealt with the Best ofThem
53
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About the author (2001)

Don Blevins, a native of Tennessee, retired from the U.S. Air Force in 1972 after twenty-one years of service and moved to San Marcos, Texas, where he took up a pen. His articles have been published in more than fifty regional, travel, and special-interest periodicals, and he is the author of five previous books, including From Angels to Hellcats: Legendary Texas Women, 1836 to 1880 (Mountain Press Publishing, 2001).

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